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(1985)

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Liam Neeson has played Michael Lamb twice. Once in "Deception" and once in Lamb (1985).
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One of only five (it being the third) music scores (to date, February 2015) for a full length feature film composed by Northern Irish singer-songwriter and musician Van Morrison.
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Debut cinema movie of actor Hugh O'Conor.
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The film was released five years after its source novel, of the same name, by Bernard MacLaverty, had been published. MacLaverty also penned the screenplay for the movie.
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The majority of the children extras and background artists came from both the Bishop Douglass School and the Bodmin Comprehensive School in East Finchley in North London, England.
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First top-billed starring role in a cinema movie of Liam Neeson.
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The film and source novel's title refers to the last name of the lead central character of Michael Lamb, who is portrayed by Liam Neeson.
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Only cinema movie produced by Neil Zeiger.
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Final cinema movie of actor Denis Carey.
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Debut feature film of Director of Photography Michael Garfath.
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Liam Neeson, who plays Michael Lamb in the film, later portrayed a character with the same last name called Dr. Fergus Lamb in Ruby Cairo (1992).
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The Camelot Castle Hotel in Tintagel (a.k.a. Trevena) on the Atlantic coast of Cornwall, England, was used as the exterior of the borstal.
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