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(1985)

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Debut cinema movie of actor Hugh O'Conor.
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Liam Neeson has played Michael Lamb twice. Once in "Deception" and once in Lamb (1985).
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The film was made and released about five years after its source novel of the same name by Bernard MacLaverty had been first published in 1980. 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 lead top-billed starring role in a cinema movie of actor Liam Neeson.
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The film and source novel's "Lamb" title refers to the last name of the lead central character of Michael Lamb which is portrayed in the movie by actor Liam Neeson.
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First, final and only ever cinema movie produced by producer Neil Zeiger.
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Final cinema movie of actor Denis Carey.
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Debut feature film lensed by director of photography Michael Garfath.
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Liam Neeson, who plays Michael Lamb in the film, later portrayed a similarly named character with the same last name called Dr. Fergus Lamb in the later cinema movie Ruby Cairo (1992).
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The Camelot Castle Hotel in Tintagel (aka Trevena) on the Atlantic coast of Cornwall, England was used as the exterior of the borstal.
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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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