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The Man with Rain in His Shoes (30-Aug-1998)

Original Title: Lluvia en los zapatos

Director: Maria Ripoll

Writer: Rafa Russo

Original Music by: Luis Mendo; Bernardo Fuster; Ángel Illarramendi

Producer: Juan Gordon

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Caprice Bourret
Model
24-Oct-1971   Model and actress and singer and whatever
Penelope Cruz
Actor
28-Apr-1974   Woman On Top
Lena Headey
Actor
3-Oct-1973   The Remains of the Day
Douglas Henshall
Actor
19-Nov-1965   It's All About Love
Elizabeth McGovern
Actor
18-Jul-1961   Cora on Downton Abbey
Mark Strong
Actor
30-Aug-1963   Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy

CAST

Lena Headey   ...   Sylvia Weld
Douglas Henshall   ...   Victor Bukowski
Penelope Cruz   ...   Louise
Gustavo Salmerón   ...   Rafael
Eusebio Lázaro   ...   Don Miguel
Mark Strong   ...   Dave Summers
Charlotte Coleman   ...   Alison Hayes
Neil Stuke   ...   Freddy
and
Elizabeth McGovern   ...   Diane
Antonio Gil Martínez   ...   Director
Heather Weeks   ...   Carol
Inday Ba   ...   Janice
Paul Popplewell   ...   Simon
Dave Spinxs   ...   Vendor
Dave Fishley   ...   Pianist
Robert Oates   ...   Driver
Toby Davies   ...   James
Emily Hillier   ...   Young Girl
Rafa Russo   ...   Shoplifter
Tim Griggs   ...   Bar Manager
Max Gold   ...   Young Customer / Usher
Emma Freud   ...   MC
Simon Meacock   ...   Young Actor
Caprice Bourret   ...   Presenter

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