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Match Point (12-May-2005)

Director: Woody Allen

Writer: Woody Allen

Keywords: Crime

A washed-up tennis player looking for a new path in life falls in love with a suspicious character.

ABSTRACT
Retired tennis star Chris Wilton struggles to forge a path forward in life following his retirement from his favorite sport, ultimately taking a job as an instructor at an uppercrust London club. Though Chris attracts the attention of club patron Tom Hewett's sister Chloe almost immediately after beginning work at his new job, he takes a liking to Tom's fiancee Nola, embarking on a high-stakes romance with the tantalizingly attractive young woman at great risk to his livelihood.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ewen Bremner
Actor
23-Jan-1972   Julien Donkey-Boy
Brian Cox
Actor
1-Jun-1946   The original Hannibal Lecter
Mark Gatiss
Actor
17-Oct-1966   The League of Gentlemen
Matthew Goode
Actor
3-Apr-1978   Chasing Liberty
Scarlett Johansson
Actor
22-Nov-1984   Ghost World, Lost in Translation
Emily Mortimer
Actor
1-Dec-1971   Lovely & Amazing
James Nesbitt
Actor
15-Jan-1965   Adam Williams on Cold Feet
Jonathan Rhys-Meyers
Actor
27-Jul-1977   Velvet Goldmine
Colin Salmon
Actor
1962   Resident Evil
Margaret Tyzack
Actor
9-Sep-1931 25-Jun-2011 The Forsyte Saga
Penelope Wilton
Actor
3-Jun-1946   Ann on Ever Decreasing Circles

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