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Sunday (1997)

Director: Jonathan Nossiter

Writers: James Lasdun; Jonathan Nossiter

From story: Ate, Memos or the Miracle by James Lasdun

Producers: Jonathan Nossiter; Alix Madigan; Agio Katsikakis; Andrew Fierberg

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Joe Grifasi
14-Jun-1944   The Bronx Is Burning
Jared Harris
24-Aug-1961   I Shot Andy Warhol
David Suchet
2-May-1946   Hercule Poirot


David Suchet   ...   Oliver / Matthew
Lisa Harrow   ...   Madeleine Vesey
Jared Harris   ...   Ray
Larry Pine   ...   Ben Vesey
Willis Burks   ...   Selwyn
Kevin Thigpen   ...   David
Bahman Soltani   ...   Abram
Arnold Barkus   ...   Andy
Jimmy Broadway   ...   Himself
Chen Tsun Kit   ...   Himself
Henry Hayward   ...   Sam
Yeon Joo Kim   ...   Suky Vesey
Joe Sirola   ...   Subalowsky
Fran Capo   ...   Judy, Madeleine's Friend
Spencer Patterson   ...   Johnny O
Joe Grifasi   ...   Scottie Elster
Featured Players
Gus Rogerson   ...   Featured Player
Tom Madigan   ...   Featured Player
Mrs. Tom Madigan   ...   Featured Player
Robert Packer   ...   Featured Player
Pia Davis   ...   Featured Player
Violet Lasdun   ...   Featured Player
James Lasdun   ...   Featured Player
Jason Nossiter   ...   Featured Player
Madeline Nossiter   ...   Featured Player
Josh Nossiter   ...   Featured Player
Jimmy Loiczoy   ...   Featured Player
Kim Loiczoy   ...   Featured Player
Adam Cvijanovic   ...   Featured Player
Allegra Bettini   ...   Featured Player
Benedicte Burrus   ...   Featured Player
Athan Giannikakis   ...   Featured Player
Fr. Iaonnis Antonopoulis   ...   Featured Player


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