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.
23 August 2004 | bob the moo
Ignores major facts to make its case but is still a good film and an effective piece about injustice
Gerry Conlon is a small time Belfast thief who gets excluded from Northern Ireland by the IRA for anti-social ...
The character of Inspector Dixon is a combination of several police officers connected to the case.
It's not the stairs that are killing your father.
Gerry Conlon: Aye, what is it then?
Gareth Peirce: It's your lack of faith.
Gerry Conlon: Lack of faith? Faith in what?
Gareth Peirce: In yourself.
Gerry Conlon: No. I have faith in myself. Gerry Conlon. Lifer. 30-year sentence. And I know how to survive it, no problem.
Gareth Peirce: ...
In the credits, Giuseppe Conlon's name is spelled "Guiseppe."
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