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Franklyn (16-Oct-2008)

Director: Gerald McMorrow

Writer: Gerald McMorrow

Music by: Joby Talbot

Producer: Jeremy Thomas

Keywords: Thriller, Dystopian

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Eva Green
5-Jul-1980   The Dreamers
Bernard Hill
17-Dec-1944   Boys from the Blackstuff
Art Malik
13-Nov-1952   Dr. Zubin Khan on Holby City
Ryan Phillippe
10-Sep-1974   Little Boy Blue
Sam Riley
8-Jan-1980   Control
Susannah York
9-Jan-1941 14-Jan-2011 They Shoot Horses, Don't They?


Eva Green   ...   Emilia / Sally
Ryan Phillippe   ...   Preest / David Esser
Sam Riley   ...   Milo
Bernard Hill   ...   The Individual / Peter Esser
James Faulkner   ...   Dr. Earlle / Pastor Bone
Stephen Walters   ...   Wormsnakes / Wasnik
Art Malik   ...   Tarrant
Susannah York   ...   Margaret
Richard Coyle   ...   Dan
Kika Markham   ...   Naomi
Helmut Christian Kirchmeier   ...   Street Preacher
Hilary Sesta   ...   Female Preacher
Matthew Flynn   ...   Cleric 1
Janetta Morrow   ...   Guilty Woman
Doug Allen   ...   Cleric 2
Roger Frost   ...   Washing Machine Preacher
Sam Douglas   ...   Saul
Mark Wingett   ...   Frank Grant
Dolly Wells   ...   Nurse
Tim Steed   ...   Medic 1
Ray Perrotte   ...   Medic 2
Dominic Copestick   ...   Young Milo
Natalie Simmons   ...   Young Sally
Gary Pillai   ...   Doctor
Georgia Mackenzie   ...   Teri
Liz White   ...   Laura
Stuart McQuarrie   ...   Clunes
Billy Geraghty   ...   Teacher
Shannon Cussens   ...   Sarah
Audrey Palmer   ...   Tarrant's Secretary
Jotham Annan   ...   Medic 3


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