Sorry, yes, I know it's Lindisfarne, and thanks for the link. I didn't make my question clear. What I meant to ask was whether the dialogue of the film itself makes this clear, or whether from the point of view of the film viewer the island is left anonymous. Having got the DVD and watched it I now know that it is indeed identified within the film, albeit slightly wrongly, as "Lindisfarne Island" and the castle is called - and this IS fiction - "Rob Roy". Also, the film version of the island seems to have only the castle on it - no village, priory etc. More exciting that way! Thanks again.