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First published 2005 (SND, online supplement).

FILLUM, n. also feelim. Sc. form of Eng. film. wm.Sc. 1960s:
You young yins are eywis gaun tae the feelims.
Gsw. 1992 Herald 11 Dec 16:
They should make a modren fillum about it.
Gsw. 1999 Paul Foy in Moira Burgess and Donny O'Rourke New Writing Scotland 17: Friends and Kangaroos 49:
...it makes everythin look like it's in black an white an his hoose looks like it belongs in wan eh them auld black an white fillums oan the telly...

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"Fillum n.". Dictionary of the Scots Language. 2004. Scottish Language Dictionaries Ltd. Accessed 1 Jul 2022 <http://www.dsl.ac.uk/entry/snd/snd00090438>

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