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|Directed by||Francis Megahy|
|Produced by||Peter Shaw|
|Written by||Lyndon Mallet (book)
|Music by||Stanley Myers
|Edited by||Peter Tanner|
The plot concerns Taffin and his methods of executing justice, in order to save a local park in the town of Ballymoran.
A tough debt collector is asked by his local community to help rid the town of developers bent on building a chemical plant on the outskirts of town. The developers are ruthless and have sent their heavies into town to keep the locals quiet.
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Issues arose between the author Lyndon Mallet and the production company surrounding the casting of Pierce Brosnan in the role of Mark Taffin. This was due to the actual nature of the character in the book. In the book, Mark Taffin was never a handsome man; he was decidedly overweight and very unattractive, a very different image to that portrayed by Brosnan.
- Pierce Brosnan as Taffin
- Ray McAnally as O'Rourke
- Alison Doody as Charlotte
- Jeremy Child as Martin
- Dearbhla Molloy as Mrs. Martin
- Jim Bartley as Conway
- Alan Stanford as Sprawley
- Gerard McSorley as Ed
- Patrick Bergin as Mo Taffin
- Britta Smith as Mrs. Taffin
- Jonathan Ryan as Gibson
- Liz Lloyd as Valerie Gibson
- Ronan Wilmot as Deacon
- Liam O'Callaghan as Henderson
- Frank Kelly as Liam
- Dermot Morgan as Micky Guest
Time Out called the film "confused and unexciting," deeming that Brosnan was not up to his job. Time Out also criticized the script, a sentiment echoed by Apollo Movie Guide, which thought Taffin was a "disappointment for anyone expecting a smart Brosnan thriller with the Irish touch."
- "Taffin". Turner Classic Movies. Retrieved 15 March 2016.
- The Irish Filmography 1896-1996; Red Mountain Press (Dublin); 1996. Page 196
- "Taffin". Time Out. London. Retrieved 7 November 2016.
- Webster, Brian. "Taffin". Apollo Movie Guide. Archived from the original on 6 April 2003. Retrieved 7 November 2016.
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