The Brylcreem Boys starring Gabriel Byrne, Angus McFadden, Jean Butler and Joe McGann

The Brylcreem Boys (1995)

Based on actual events. The Brylcreem Boys is a passionate, moving and humorous story, which deals with the enduring themes of love, loyalty, betrayal, honour, separation and reconciliation.

Two inmates in an Irish detention camp during WW11, a Canadian pilot and a German aristocrat, compete for the affections of a local girl while planning their individual escapes.
producers:
Paul Madigan (Sherwood)
director(s):
Terence Ryan
cast:
Bill Campbell, William McNamara, Angus MacFadyen, John Gordon Sinclair, Gabriel Byrne and Jean Butler
photography:
August / September 1995

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