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Romulus, My Father (20-May-2007)

Director: Richard Roxburgh

Writer: Nick Drake

Based on a book: Romulus, My Father by Raimond Gaita (memoir)

Original Music: Basil Hogios

Producers: Robert Connolly; John Maynard

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Eric Bana
9-Aug-1968   Hulk, Chopper
Marton Csokas
30-Jun-1966   Borias on Xena, Warrior Princess
Franka Potente
22-Jul-1974   Run Lola Run


Eric Bana   ...   Romulus
Franka Potente   ...   Christina
Marton Csokas   ...   Hora
Kodi Smit-McPhee   ...   Raimond
Russell Dykstra   ...   Mitru
Jacek Koman   ...   Vacek
Alethea McGrath   ...   Mrs. Lillie
Terry Norris   ...   Tom Lillie
Esme Melville   ...   Miss Collard
In order of appearance
Nick Peace   ...   Teacher
Geoffrey Graham   ...   Man in Cafe
Trevor Nesbitt   ...   Man in Cafe
Zoe Boesen   ...   Young Woman in Cafe
Briega Young   ...   Young Woman in Cafe
Laurie Jensen   ...   Taxi Driver
Eve Parker   ...   Baby Susan
Tom McCathie   ...   Bearded Man
Veronica Sywak   ...   Lidia
Madeleine Greaves   ...   Alice
Felicity Soper   ...   Alice's Mother
Maddison Gargiulo   ...   Toddler Susan
Simon Maiden   ...   Town Lad
Gavin Alexander   ...   Policeman
Andrew Finlay   ...   Policeman
Rhys McConnochie   ...   Headmaster
John Arnold   ...   Priest
Julie Forsyth   ...   Nurse
Bodie Janka   ...   Toddler Rai
Heather Mitchell   ...   Television Presenter


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