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Talk of Angels (30-Oct-1998)

Director: Nick Hamm

Writers: Ann Guedes; Frank McGuinness

From novel: Talk of Angels by Kate O'Brien

Music by: Trevor Jones

Producer: Patrick Cassavetti

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Penelope Cruz
Actor
28-Apr-1974   Woman On Top
Ariadna Gil
Actor
23-Jan-1969   Pan's Labyrinth
Frances McDormand
Actor
23-Jun-1957   Fargo and Wonder Boys
Franco Nero
Actor
23-Nov-1941   Dragged coffin in Django
Marisa Paredes
Actor
3-Apr-1946   The Flower of My Secret
Vincent Perez
Actor
10-Jun-1962   Cyrano de Bergerac
Polly Walker
Actor
19-May-1966   Atia of the Julii on Rome

CAST

Polly Walker   ...   Mary Lavelle
Frances McDormand   ...   Conlon
Vincent Perez   ...   Francisco
and
Franco Nero   ...   Dr. Vicente
Marisa Paredes   ...   Doņa Consuelo
Penelope Cruz   ...   Pilar
Ruth McCabe   ...   O'Toole
Ariadna Gil   ...   Beatriz
Anita Reeves   ...   Harty
Britta Smith   ...   Duggan
Veronica Duffy   ...   Keogh
Rossy De Palma   ...   Elena, the Maid
and
Francisco Rabal   ...   Don Jorge
Jorge de Juan   ...   Jaime
Leire Berrocal   ...   Milagros
Ellea Ratier   ...   Leonor
Jaume Valls   ...   Pablo
Jose Maria Sacristan   ...   Carlos
Oscar Higares   ...   Matador
Tusse Silberg   ...   Aunt Cristina
Angelina Llongueras   ...   Ana
Jose Manuel Ortigosa   ...   Singing Boy

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