Together in Pieces
Street Art & Politics in an Evolving Northern Ireland

Together in Pieces - Street Art & Politics in an Evolving Northern Ireland
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Isabella

I agree with Sarah. Subtitles would have been helpful. Otherwise, well done.

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Minami

Hey Isabella! You'll be able to enable English subtitles on this film by selecting "English" from the CC menu at the bottom right corner of the video player. Glad you enjoyed the film!

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Sarah

(mumbles) on the subtitles.. should have got a Northern Irish person to write them.. perfectly understandable to me!

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