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Heavenly Creatures (12-Sep-1994)

Director: Peter Jackson

Writers: Frances Walsh; Peter Jackson

Original Music: Peter Dasent

Producer: Jim Booth

Keywords: True Crime, Lesbian

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Melanie Lynskey
Actor
16-May-1977   Heavenly Creatures
Kate Winslet
Actor
5-Oct-1975   Titanic

CAST

Sarah Peirse   ...   Honora
Diana Kent   ...   Hilda
Clive Merrison   ...   Henry
Simon O'Connor   ...   Herbert
and Introducing
Kate Winslet   ...   Juliet
Melanie Lynskey   ...   Pauline
Jed Brophy   ...   John / Nicholas
Peter Elliott   ...   Bill Perry
Gilbert Goldie   ...   Dr. Bennett
Geoffrey Heath   ...   Rev. Norris
Kirsti Ferry   ...   Wendy
Ben Skjellerup   ...   Jonathan
Darien Takle   ...   Miss Stewart
Elizabeth Moody   ...   Miss Waller
Liz Mullane   ...   Mrs. Collins
Moreen Eason   ...   Mrs. Stevens
Pearl Carpenter   ...   Mrs. Zwartz
Lou Dobson   ...   Grandma Parker
Jesse Griffin   ...   Laurie
Glen Drake   ...   Steve
Nick Farra   ...   Boarder
Chris Clarkson   ...   Boarder
Ray Henwood   ...   Professor
John Nicoll   ...   Professor
Mike Maxwell   ...   Professor
Raewyn Pelham   ...   Laura
Toni Jones   ...   Agnes Ritchie
Glenys Lloyd-Smith   ...   Miss Digby
Wendy Watson   ...   Mrs. Bennett
Jean Guérin   ...   Orson Welles
Stephen Reilly   ...   Mario Lanza
Andrea Sanders   ...   Diello
Ben Fransham   ...   Charles
Jessica Bradley   ...   Pauline 5 Years
Alex Shirtcliffe-Scott   ...   Juliet 5 Years
Barry Thomson   ...   Farmer / Policeman

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