This beeg series goes beyond the traditional news and current affairs treatment of the marching season.
Buy: the twelfth
The Twelfth was a fast-turnaround event which was screened over 5 days during July 2003’s marching season. The producers secured the cooperation and involvement of the Orange Order and leading figures in Protestant communities from xvideos Fermanagh to the Shankill, from Donegal to…Ghana. While there is no escaping the ugly scenes which take place alongside the more contentious parades, this series examines its idiosyncratic mixture of faith, passion and politics, which is often ignored. Operating to a tight schedule, the series reacts to developments as they occur during the week.
Pre-recorded highlights include: the annual Orange youporn parade in the surfing resort of Rossnowlagh, Co. Donegal; the role of women in the male-dominated Orange Order and the place of the Ladies Lodge in the 21st century; the influence of the Orangeism around the world – as seen through the Order in Ghana; and the experience of one senior member, who travels to Northern Ireland from Accra for his first participation in the celebrations there.
Saturday night’s redtube half-hour documentary widens the focus into an overview of the season’s events and their broader significance. Using the same approach of close pendejas y pibeporno character study, we will explore the feelings of both communities and consider the contrasting perspectives of Orangeism in rural and urban areas of Northern Ireland.