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Naked Lunch (27-Dec-1991)

Director: David Cronenberg

Writer: David Cronenberg

From novel: Naked Lunch by William S. Burroughs

Music by: Howard Shore

Producer: Jeremy Thomas

Keywords: Drama, Psychedelic

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Judy Davis
Actor
23-Apr-1955   A Passage to India
Louis Ferreira
Actor
20-Feb-1967   Everett Young on Stargate Universe
Ian Holm
Actor
12-Sep-1931   Time Bandits
Sean McCann
Actor
24-Sep-1935   Lt. Jim Hogan on Night Heat
Julian Richings
Actor
8-Sep-1955   Todd and the Book of Pure Evil
Julian Sands
Actor
15-Jan-1958   Warlock
Roy Scheider
Actor
10-Nov-1932 10-Feb-2008 Jaws
Peter Weller
Actor
24-Jun-1947   The original RoboCop

CAST

Peter Weller   ...   Bill Lee
Judy Davis   ...   Joan Frost / Joan Lee
Ian Holm   ...   Tom Frost
Julian Sands   ...   Yves Cloquet
Roy Scheider   ...   Dr. Benway
Monique Mercure   ...   Fadela
Nicholas Campbell   ...   Hank
Michael Zelniker   ...   Martin
Robert A. Silverman   ...   Hans
Joseph Scorsiani   ...   Kiki
Peter Boretski   ...   Creature Voices
Yuval Daniel   ...   Hafid
John Friesen   ...   Hauser
Sean McCann   ...   O'Brien
Howard Jerome   ...   A. J. Cohen
Michael Caruana   ...   Pawnbroker
Kurt Reis   ...   Exterminator #1
Peter Boretski   ...   Exterminator #2
Justin Louis   ...   Exterminator #3
Julian Richings   ...   Exterminator #4
Jim Yip   ...   The Chink
Claude Aflalo   ...   Forgeman
Laurent Hazout   ...   Interzone Boy
Joseph DiMambro   ...   Interzone Boy

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