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Sezgin Şahin over 5 years ago
reminds me of "a clockwork orange" in most ways.
Robyn Hamilton almost 7 years ago
It was good but it really put me on edge and I don't ever want to watch it again.
erin 7 years ago
Peter Gray over 7 years ago
The Butcher Boy is an 1997 Irish tragicomic drama film adapted to film by Neil Jordan and Patrick McCabe from McCabe's 1992 novel of the same name. Set in the early 1960s, The Butcher Boy is about Francis Brady (Eamonn Owens), a 12-year-old boy, who becomes a problem child due to his dysfunctional family, and displays uncontrollable brutality when he grows up. The film won the Silver Bear for Best Director at the Berlin Film Festival in 1998 and a Special Mention for Owens' "astonishing lead". It also won the European Film Award for Best Cinematographer for Adrian Biddle. The Butcher Boy is Neil Jordan's tenth feature film and Geffen Pictures' final production. The film was released on DVD on 13 February 2007. Ireland in the early 1960s in the small town of Clones; Francie Brady (Eamonn Owens) is a 12-year-old boy whose imagination is fuelled by television - aliens, communists, the Atomic Age. When his mother (Aisling O'Sullivan) suffers a nervous breakdown, he is left in the care of...
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