A Sense of Freedom Trailer

A Sense of Freedom Trailer (1979)

"They broke his body but not his spirit." 19 October 1979 Drama, Crime 85 mins

A Sense of Freedom is a 1979 British crime film directed by John Mackenzie for Scottish television. The film starred David Hayman and featured Hector Nicol & Fulton Mackay, is a based on the book of the true story of Jimmy Boyle, who was reputed to be Scotland's most violent man.

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Cast

David Hayman

as Jimmy Boyle

Martin Black

as Bobbie Dugan

Alex Norton

as Malkie

Fulton Mackay

as Inspector Davidson

Jim Boyce

as Sgt. Bobbie

Monica Brady

as Sheila

Jake D'Arcy

as Robbie

Hector Nicol

as Uncle Jody

Crew

Raymond Day

Raymond Day Executive Producer

Geoff Nixon

Geoff Nixon Production Design

Tudor George

Tudor George Costume Design

International Releases Dates

Germany 30 September 1986

United Kingdom 19 October 1979

Production Companies

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