Behold the Lamb
BEHOLD THE LAMB is a black comedy about a highly peculiar journey through the Irish province of Ulster, packed with biblical symbolism. Through a series of circumstances, young Liz is stuck in a car with Eddie, the depressed and epileptic father of her boyfriend. Having no prior relation and very little in the way of a common goal, they each go in search of something important to them: Liz wants to see her son who is growing up in a foster home, and Joe is on the look out for a lamb out of the ordinary.
John McIlduffs artistically varied background, with a degree in litterature from Queen's University in Belfast, a background in theatre from L’École de Theatre Jacques Lecoq in Paris, and experience with directing short films, makes for an interesting outset, culminating in his feature film debut, BEHOLD THE LAMB.