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Another Year (15-May-2010)

Director: Mike Leigh

Writer: Mike Leigh

Music Composed by: Gary Yershon

Producer: Georgina Lowe

Keywords: Drama

British comedic drama follows an aging couple and their relationships through one calendar year.

ABSTRACT
Counselor Gerri Hepple and husband/geologist Tom, a happily-married couple living in the United Kingdom, find themselves surrounded by friends largely mired in undesirable or unhappy situations and the ever-looming specter of old age. Their interpersonal challenges are covered in Another Year, a dramatic comedy about family, love, laughs, and loss told within the time frame of one calendar year.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
David Bradley
Actor
17-Apr-1942   Argus Filch in Harry Potter films
Jim Broadbent
Actor
24-May-1949   Oscar-winning oddball English actor
Imelda Staunton
Actor
9-Jan-1956   Vera Drake

CAST

Jim Broadbent   ...   Tom
Lesley Manville   ...   Mary
Ruth Sheen   ...   Gerri
Peter Wight   ...   Ken
Oliver Maltman   ...   Joe
David Bradley   ...   Ronnie
Karina Fernandez   ...   Katie
Martin Savage   ...   Carl
Michele Austin   ...   Tanya
Phil Davis   ...   Jack
Stuart McQuarrie   ...   Tom's Colleague
and
Imelda Staunton   ...   Janet
Eileen Davies   ...   Mourner
Mary Jo Randle   ...   Mourner
Ben Roberts   ...   Mourner
David Hobbs   ...   Vicar
Badi Uzzaman   ...   Mr. Gupta
Meneka Das   ...   Mr. Gupta's Friend
Ralph Ineson   ...   Drill Worker
Edna Doré   ...   Allotment Lady
Gary Powell   ...   Man in Bar
Lisa McDonald   ...   Girl in Bar

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