Between 1977 and 1994, thousands of people in Ireland were unknowingly infected with hepatitis C an incurable and potentially fatal disease which attacks the liver. Many of these were women who were given a particular blood product during childbirth. In the mid-90s a brave and dedicated doctor within the Irish Blood Transfusion Service blew the whistle and thousands of women were called in for tests. Frustrated with being pushed from pillar to post, these victims of medical negligence organised themselves into an energetic and vociferous campaign for truth and justice. This award-winning film about their fiercely fought battle against the authorities features a stunning performance from Academy Award-winning actress Brenda Fricker as a no-nonsense Irish woman whose death finally brings recognition and victory for these women. Maria Doyle Kennedy also starts.