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Trap for Cinderella (12-Jul-2013)

Director: Iain Softley

Writer: Iain Softley

From novel by: Sebastien Japrisot

Composer: Christian Henson

Producers: Robert Jones; Dixie Linder; Iain Softley

Keywords: Drama, Amnesia

A young woman charts a muddled journey to recovery after a bout with amnesia following a childhood friend's death in a fire.

ABSTRACT
Micky, a life-of-the-party photographer and attractive young woman enjoying a hard and fast existence in London, survives a devastating fire during a getaway in a French villa from her youth with unassuming childhood friend Do that leaves her pal dead, the residence decimated, and herself badly burned in more ways than one. Stricken with amnesia so intense that she finds herself unable to recall her own name, Micky must travel down a frightening path to recovery in a world where nothing will ever be quite the same for her again.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Kerry Fox
Actor
30-Jul-1966   An Angel at My Table

CAST

Tuppence Middleton   ...   Micky
Alexandra Roach   ...   Do
Kerry Fox   ...   Julia
Aneurin Barnard   ...   Jake
Stanley Weber   ...   Serge
Emilia Fox   ...   Dr. Sylvie Wells
Alex Jennings   ...   Chance
and
Frances de la Tour   ...   Elinor
Maisie Lloyd   ...   Young Do
Ciara Southwood   ...   Young Micky
Nathalie Paris   ...   Yvette
Erich Redman   ...   Dr. Muller
Elizabeth Healey   ...   Do's Mother
Pierre Boulanger   ...   Jean Claude
Tim Wallers   ...   Do's Father
Emma Dennis-Edwards   ...   Pub Waitress
Mandi Sidhu   ...   Chance's Receptionist
Neelam Bakshi   ...   Landlady

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