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Victory (1995)

Director: Mark Peploe

Writers: Mark Peploe; Frederick Seidel

From novel: Victory by Joseph Conrad

Music Composed and Conducted by: Richard Hartley

Producer: Simon Bosanquet

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Simon Callow
13-Jun-1949   British theatre actor
Willem Dafoe
22-Jul-1955   Last Temptation of Christ
Sam Neill
14-Sep-1947   Played Reilly, Ace of Spies
Rufus Sewell
29-Oct-1967   Dark City


Willem Dafoe   ...   Heyst
Sam Neill   ...   Mr. Jones
Irčne Jacob   ...   Alma
Rufus Sewell   ...   Ricardo
Jean Yanne   ...   Schomberg
Ho Yi   ...   Wang
Bill Paterson   ...   Capt. Davidson
Irm Hermann   ...   Mrs. Schomberg
Graziano Marcelli   ...   Pedro
Hansi Jochmann   ...   Mrs. Zangiacomo
Simon Callow   ...   Zangiacomo
Michael Lee   ...   Chinese Gentleman
Leonard Maguire   ...   Old Trader McNab
Didi Saad   ...   Wang's Wife
Topan Setiadji   ...   Young Chinese Houseboy
Patrick Field   ...   Wounded Gambler
Jack Galloway   ...   First Billiard Player
Edward Kelsey   ...   Second Billiard Player
Joseph Sumner   ...   Disgruntled Gambler
Megan Copley   ...   Alma as a Child
Joe Lacey   ...   Alma's Father
Orchestra Girls
Catherine Crigull   ...   Drums
Tina Teubner   ...   Violin
Katharina Kowalski   ...   Violin
Eva Sänger   ...   Violin
Astrid Hengst   ...   Viola
Susanne Claus   ...   Viola
Barbo Maj Britt Juckel   ...   Clarinet
Dagmar Thimm   ...   Clarinet
Katja Nippe   ...   Double Bass
Elke Funk   ...   Cello
Astrid Richter   ...   Cello
Monika Hartmann   ...   Piano / Ticket Seller


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