TOMMY SHERIDAN: Filming the fight for right.
BACK the bid to bring our troops home from Iraq by visiting the Glasgow Film Theatre this weekend.
A film made by Aimara Reques and the Camcorder Guerrillas will be shown called Dear Mrs Blair.
It is a moving piece, centred around Rose Gentle and her fight to win justice for her son's memory.
Rose's son, Gordon, 19, was killed in Iraq on June 28.
And she has fought to prevent any other mother from suffering the terrible heartache she has been forced to endure.
Next week, on December 23, Gordon should have been celebrating his 20th birthday.
Instead, Rose, her two daughters, Maxine and Pamela, and her partner, George, will visit his grave.
Rose is determined no other young soldier's life should be sacrificed on an altar of lies and deceit for control of Iraq's oil reserves.
Come to the GFT at 7pm on Sunday. Support the campaign to bring all the troops home - not just for Christmas, but permanently.
GRIEVING: Rose Gentle
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|Publication:||The Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Dec 15, 2004|
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