This handsome and assured coming-of-age tale, inspired by Brendan Behan's autobiography, is the kind of film you respect like crazy but can't love. Shawn Hatosy as the young Borstal inmate fired by nationalistic Irish politics and inchoate homosexual urges convinces more as a politically beasty Borstal boy. In spite of decent acting all around, this melange of fierce pro-Irish politics, a World War II backdrop, the British boys reformatory that is more resort than prison and the slow-sim
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|Paul Myler||Line Producer||n/a||161||5000001|
|Brendan Behan||Source Material (from novel)||("Borstal Boy")||120793||4000003|
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|Michael Higgins||Art Director||n/a||183||9000002|
|Eva Birthistle||Actor||Liz Joyce||1||1000005|
|Michael York||Actor||Governor Joyce||1||1000006|
|Danny Dyer||Actor||Charlie Milwall||1||1000002|
|Nye Heron||Executive Producer||n/a||174||3000004|
|Jim Sheridan||Executive Producer||n/a||174||3000003|
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