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Intimacy (20-Jan-2001)

Director: Patrice Chéreau

Writers: Anne-Louise Trividic; Patrice Chéreau

From stories by: Hanif Kureishi

Original Music by: Eric Neveux

Producers: Patrick Cassavetti; Jacques Hinstin

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Marianne Faithfull
Singer/Songwriter
29-Dec-1946   Sister Morphine
Kerry Fox
Actor
30-Jul-1966   An Angel at My Table
Timothy Spall
Actor
27-Feb-1957   Auf Wiedersehen, Pet

CAST

Mark Rylance   ...   Jay
Kerry Fox   ...   Claire
Timothy Spall   ...   Andy
Alastair Galbraith   ...   Victor
Philippe Calvario   ...   Ian
and
Marianne Faithfull   ...   Betty
Susannah Harker   ...   Jay's Wife
Frazer Ayres   ...   Dave
Michael Fitzgerald   ...   Bar Proprietor
Robert Addie   ...   Bar Proprietor
Deborah McLaren   ...   Drama Student
Rebecca Palmer   ...   Girl in Squat
Greg Sheffield   ...   Jay's Child
Vinni Hunter   ...   Jay's Child
Joe Prospero   ...   Claire's Son
Siân Reeves   ...   Woman at Audition
Actors in La Ménagerie de Verre:
Paola Dionisotti   ...   Amanda
Marcello Walton   ...   Tom
Christian Malcolm   ...   Jim
and
Katie Campbell   ...   Supporting Cast
Roderic Culver   ...   Supporting Cast
Jonathan Emmett   ...   Supporting Cast
Gideon Gent   ...   Supporting Cast
Alison Lintott   ...   Supporting Cast
Xavier Loira   ...   Supporting Cast
Kate Orr   ...   Supporting Cast
Clare Wayland   ...   Supporting Cast

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