R | | Biography, Drama
A man's coerced confession to an IRA bombing he did not commit results in the imprisonment of his father as well. An English lawyer fights to free them.
1 January 2005 | Philip Van der Veken
8 | Perhaps a bit too black and white but still very impressive.
Even though this movie seems a bit too black and white from time to time I must say that it still is an impressive ...
Gabriel Byrne had purchased the rights to Gerry Conlon's book "Proved Innocent." He'd intended to play Gerry, but decided to serve as executive producer instead and let Daniel Day-Lewis play the part.
Well, I think they ought to take the word 'compassion' out of the English dictionary.
In an interior prison scene, a sound dolly and technician are visible on the left side for a few seconds.
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