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Late Bloomers (18-Feb-2011)

Director: Julie Gavras

Writers: Julie Gavras; Olivier Dazat

Music: Sodi Marcizewer

Producers: Sylvie Pialat; Bertrand Faivre

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Kate Ashfield
1972   Shaun of the Dead
Simon Callow
13-Jun-1949   British theatre actor
William Hurt
20-Mar-1950   Altered States, Broadcast News
Joanna Lumley
1-May-1946   Patsy Stone in Absolutely Fabulous
Leslie Phillips
20-Apr-1924   Not Now Darling
Isabella Rossellini
18-Jun-1952   Blue Velvet, Big Night


Isabella Rossellini   ...   Mary
William Hurt   ...   Adam
Doreen Mantle   ...   Nora
Kate Ashfield   ...   Giulia
Aidan McArdle   ...   James
Arta Dobroshi   ...   Maya
Luke Treadaway   ...   Benjamin
Leslie Phillips   ...   Leo
Hugo Speer   ...   Peter
Joanna Lumley   ...   Charlotte
Simon Callow   ...   Richard
Tim Preece   ...   Master of Ceremony
Ben Onwukwe   ...   Doctor
Danny Rahim   ...   Leon, Swimming Instructor
Iona Warne   ...   Carolyn
Ryan Quartley   ...   Henry
Nicholas Farrell   ...   Francis
Lee Walters   ...   Rude Driver
Sushil Chudasama   ...   Sushil
Joanna Bobin   ...   Ponytail Karen
Gregorio Franchetti   ...   Young mMan on the Bus
Stuart Martin   ...   Nurse
Frances Jeater   ...   Grey Panther
Lin Blakley   ...   Grey Panther
Elsie Kelly   ...   A Grey Panther
Eileen Nicholas   ...   Grey Panther
Chris Wilson   ...   Paramedic
Erich Redman   ...   EU Representative
Austin Moulton   ...   Giulia's Twins
Freedy Downham   ...   Giulia's Twins


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