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Copyright 2002

[ June 5th 2002 ]

Aidan Quinn is to keep filming in Ireland even after his current project Dark Eagle finishes shooting. Quinn will stay on to work on a new movie called Raggy Boy according to reports in the Irish press last night. The film is reportedly based on a novel based on the Spanish Civil War by the Irish writer Patrick Galvin.

The Cork writer wrote the book Song for a Raggy Boy which tells the story of teacher who fought on the republican side of the Civil War. After seeing his lover and bestfriend killed he takes up a position in Ireland. The job is that of a teacher in a reform school for delinquent boys run by the Christian Brothers. The film is expected to be released by next year and is being made by Titan films.

Along with Quinn in the film will be the Scottish actor Ian Glen, who recently acted alongside Angelina Jolie in Tomb Raider. The movie will be directed by Aisling Walsh who has already worked on movies such as Sinners, Forgive and Forget and Joyriders.

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