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Behold the Lamb is darkly comic road movie that follows Eddie, a fifty year old overweight and depressed accountant and Liz, a young tearaway as they travel across Northern Ireland to pick up a lamb. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Aoife Duffin ... Liz
Nigel O'Neill ... Eddie
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sandra Ni Bhroin ... Pharmacist
Barry Etherson ... Lorry Driver
Andrew Harris ... Boy with Lorry Driver
Rose Henderson ... Ivy
Jacynth King ... Cafe Attendant

Mickey Mason ... Joe
Louise Matthews ... Woman in Toilet Block
Cara McCaffrey ... 2nd Girl at Pool
Ellen McCaffrey ... 1st Girl at Pool
Shaun Paul Mcgrath ... Barry
Marta McIlduff ... Girl in Filling Station
Oisin Murray ... Kevin
Paddy Rocks ... Stan
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Directed by
John McIlduff 
 
Writing credits
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John McIlduff 

Produced by
Kevin Jackson .... producer
Steeven Petitteville .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
Brian Irvine 
 
Cinematography by
Steeven Petitteville 
 
Film Editing by
Nick Emerson 
 
Casting by
Patrick Duncan 
 
Costume Design by
Carla Barrow 
 
Makeup Department
Caroline Date .... makeup trainee
Maria Moore .... makeup designer
Aideen O'Hara .... makeup trainee
 
Production Management
Sarah McGreechen .... production trainee
Judy Wilson .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Stephen Darragh .... second assistant director
Darren Fee .... first assistant director
Hussain Yasin .... third assistant director
 
Art Department
Laura Campbell .... art department trainee
Pat McKane .... property master
 
Sound Department
Dan Acheson .... sound trainee
James M.H. Atkinson .... boom operator
Paul Maynes .... dubbing mixer
Deke Thompson .... sound recordist
 
Visual Effects by
Nick Morton .... visual effects supervisor
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Raymond Carlin .... first assistant camera
Ashling Graham .... camera trainee
Glynn Harrison .... grip
Jamie Jackson .... second assistant camera
Brian Livingstone .... gaffer
Seamus Lynch .... electrician
Aidan Monaghan .... stills photographer
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Ciaran Curry .... wardrobe assistant
 
Transportation Department
Dave Beakhurst .... tracking vehicle driver
Reggie Blain Jr. .... unit driver
Clark Tracey .... unit driver
 
Other crew
Steve Brookes .... script editor
John Carmichael .... vulture wrangler
Karen Carson .... lamb wrangler
William Carson .... lamb wrangler
Gordon Darragh .... safety boat crew
Ursula Devine .... development coordinator: Northern Ireland Screen
Paul Devlin .... colourist
David McKee .... assistant location manager
Ciara O'Kane .... driving double
Erin Vincent .... production coordinator
Andrew Wilson .... location manager
Ciara Wilson .... driving double
Helen. L Wilson .... script supervisor
 

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2 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
Disconnect, 18 October 2011
Author: RNQ from Canada

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

Nigel O'Neill's character isn't an accountant any longer, tough looking Aoife Duffin is less of a "young tearaway" than a mother whose child is being raised in a foster home. At the heart of the story her birthday gift is better appreciated by the adult males than by the child; if O'Neill's Eddie is a mule for drugs he's using the most unlikely means possible for conveying it. Initially there's fumbling for pills, disposing of a dead dog, falling into chill water. It's what you can expect in this movie. "Take care of yourself," one character tells another as they separate probably for good. Good luck. There's sympathy for natural things--birds, a lamb; there's countryside in damp snow; a sanctified overview, if you like, in the title. But the characters scarcely realize how befuddled their grip on things is. Should I feel sorry about that?

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