A young Welsh soldier serving with the British Army in Northern Ireland is imprisoned for shooting a civilian while overcome with panic during a street disturbance. Despite his claim that he was acting under orders the Army makes him a scapegoat following a public outcry.
Director: Karl Francis. AKA Boy Soldier
Writer: Karl Francis.
Stars: Richard Lynch, James Donnelly, Bernard Latham, Simon Coady, Dylan Davies, Emer Gillespie, Russell Gomer, Bernard Hill, Dafydd Hywel, Terry Jackson, Timothy Lyn, Stephen Lyons, Roger Nott, Robert Pugh, Ian Saynor, Timothy Scott.
1987 Chicago International Film Festival – Nominated for the Gold Hugo.