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Savage Grace (18-May-2007)

Director: Tom Kalin

Writer: Howard A. Rodman

Based on a book: Savage Grace by Natalie Robins and Steven M. L. Aronson

Original Score by: Fernando Velázquez

Producers: Iker Monfort; Katie Roumel; Pamela Koffler; Christine Vachon

Keywords: Drama, Biography

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Elena Anaya
Actor
17-Jul-1975   In the Land of Women
Hugh Dancy
Actor
19-Jun-1975   Galahad in King Arthur
Stephen Dillane
Actor
30-Nov-1956   Welcome to Sarajevo
Julianne Moore
Actor
3-Dec-1960   Boogie Nights, Short Cuts
Eddie Redmayne
Actor
6-Jan-1982   Red

CAST

Julianne Moore   ...   Barbara Baekeland
Stephen Dillane   ...   Brooks Baekeland
Eddie Redmayne   ...   Antony Baekeland
Elena Anaya   ...   Blanca
Hugh Dancy   ...   Sam Green
Abel Folk   ...   Carlos Durán
Anne Reid   ...   Nini Daly
Simón Andréu   ...   Jean Pierre Souvestre
Barney Clark   ...   Tony at 12
Mapi Galán   ...   Simone Lippe
Unax Ugalde   ...   Black Jake Martínez
Special Collaboration
Belén Rueda   ...   Pilar Durán
Martin Huber   ...   Aschwin Lippe
Minnie Marx   ...   Midge Vanden Heuvel
Jim Arnold   ...   Joost Vanden Heuvel
Melina Matthews   ...   Lorna Moffat
Lorea Uresberuéta   ...   Ticket Agent
Xavier Capdet   ...   Gate Man
Kándido Uranga   ...   Taxi Driver
Lina Lambert   ...   Missy Harnden
Peter Víves   ...   Mishka Harnden
Brendan Price   ...   PC Roberts
Pol Balibrea   ...   Baby Tony
Mariona Perrier   ...   Teeny Duchamp

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