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Good (8-Sep-2008)

Director: Vicente Amorim

Writer: John Wrathall

From a play by: C. P. Taylor

Original Music Composed by: Simon Lacey

Producers: Sarah Boote; Kevin Loader; Dan Lupovitz; Billy Dietrich; Miriam Segal

Keywords: Drama, WWII, Nazis

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jason Isaacs
6-Jun-1963   Black Hawk Down
Gemma Jones
4-Dec-1942   The Duchess of Duke Street
Viggo Mortensen
20-Oct-1958   Aragorn in Lord of the Rings
Mark Strong
30-Aug-1963   Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy


Viggo Mortensen   ...   Halder
Jason Isaacs   ...   Maurice
Jodie Whittaker   ...   Anne
Steven Mackintosh   ...   Freddie
Mark Strong   ...   Bouhler
Gemma Jones   ...   Mother
Anastasia Hille   ...   Helen
Ruth Gemmell   ...   Elizabeth
Ralph Riach   ...   Brunau
Steven Elder   ...   Eichmann
Kevin Doyle   ...   Commandant
David de Keyser   ...   Mandelstam
Guy Henry   ...   Doctor
Adrian Schiller   ...   Goebbels
Rick Warden   ...   Brownshirt
Charlie Condou   ...   Bekemeier
and introducing
Tallulah Boote Bond   ...   Lotte
Benedict Segal   ...   Erich
Kelly Wenham   ...   Pretty Secretary
Declan Hannigan   ...   Handsome Doctor
Cseh Annamária Cseh   ...   Beautiful Woman (Movie Studio)
Paul Brennan   ...   Clerk
Matt Devere   ...   SS Motorcycle Officer
Mike Kelly   ...   Party Guest
Szatmári Attila   ...   Policeman
Péter Linka   ...   SS Officer
Görög László   ...   Neighbour


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