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Closed for Winter (27-Feb-2009)

Director: James Bogle

Writer: James Bogle

From novel: Closed for Winter by Georgia Blain

Composer: Daniel Denholm

Producers: Ben Grant; Kent Smith

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Natalie Imbruglia
Singer/Songwriter
4-Feb-1975   Torn

CAST

Natalie Imbruglia   ...   Elise
Daniel Frederiksen   ...   Martin
Deborah Kennedy   ...   Dorothy
Danielle Catanzariti   ...   Frances
Tiahn Mabarrack   ...   Little Elise
and
Tony Martin   ...   John Mills
Sophie Ross   ...   Jocelyn
Guy O'Donnell   ...   Jim Hunt
Adam Philippou   ...   Pylon Lover
Teresa Loprete   ...   Pylon Lover
Susie Fraser   ...   Neighbour at Door
Patrick O'Neil   ...   Jetty Boy (Jumper)
Anthony Brdar   ...   Franco
Raffaele Spano   ...   Jelly Boy
Dean Polisena   ...   Jelly Boy
Jordi Colley   ...   Jelly Boy
Adam Morgan   ...   Foreman
Rohan Harry   ...   Workmate
Alice Darling   ...   Dune Lover
Mark Fantasia   ...   Dune Lover
Carmel Johnson   ...   Mrs. Brownsword
Rob MacPherson   ...   Simon Hughes
John Walter   ...   Stranger at Gallery
Antje Guethner   ...   Policewoman
Duncan Graham   ...   William
Geordie Taylor   ...   Sgt. Dodds
Michelle Ranaldo   ...   Girl from Car
Joe Rafalowicz   ...   Hooded Youth
Kaliopi Eleni   ...   Mrs. Mills
Michelle Nightingale   ...   Police Constable
Lincoln Zomer   ...   Police Constable
Flavio Anfiteatro   ...   Taxi Driver
Tamara Lee   ...   Neighbour at Fence

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