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Code 46 (2-Sep-2003)

Director: Michael Winterbottom

Writer: Frank Cottrell Boyce

Music: The Free Association

Producer: Andrew Eaton

Keywords: Sci-Fi, Romantic Drama, Insurance Money

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jeanne Balibar
13-Apr-1968   Va Savoir
Mick Jones
26-Jun-1955   The Clash
Samantha Morton
13-May-1977   Sweet and Lowdown
Archie Panjabi
31-May-1972   Yasmin
Om Puri
18-Oct-1950   East is East
Tim Robbins
16-Oct-1958   The Player, Jacob's Ladder


Tim Robbins   ...   William
Samantha Morton   ...   Maria
Jeanne Balibar   ...   Sylvie
Essie Davis   ...   Doctor
Nabil Elouahabi   ...   Vendor
David Fahm   ...   Damian Alekan
Shelley King   ...   William's Boss
Natalie Mendoza   ...   Sphinx Receptionist
Archie Panjabi   ...   Check In
Om Puri   ...   Backland
Kerry Shale   ...   Clinic Doctor
Teo-Wa Vuong   ...   Tester
Nina Wadia   ...   Hospital Receptionist
Benedict Wong   ...   Medic
Togo Igawa   ...   Driver
Sarah Backhouse   ...   Weather Girl
Jonathan Ibbotson   ...   Boxer
Emil Marwa   ...   Mohan
Nina Fog   ...   Wole
Bruno Lastra   ...   Bikku
Christopher Simpson   ...   Paul
Lien Nguyin   ...   Singer in Nightclub
Mick Jones   ...   Himself
Taro Sherabayani   ...   Jim
Nina Sosanya   ...   Anya
Tuyet Le   ...   Apartment Security
Jennifer Lim   ...   Tester with Couple
Paul Barnes   ...   Man in Corridor
Louis Lin   ...   Sales Agent
Nabil Massad   ...   Jebel Ali Hotel Owner


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