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Bright Star (15-May-2009)

Director: Jane Campion

Writer: Jane Campion

Music by: Mark Bradshaw

Producers: Jan Chapman; Caroline Hewitt

Keywords: Romantic Drama, Biography, Poetry

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Abbie Cornish
7-Aug-1982   Somersault
Kerry Fox
30-Jul-1966   An Angel at My Table
Thomas Sangster
16-May-1990   Ferb on Phineas and Ferb
Paul Schneider
16-Mar-1976   Mark Brendanawicz on Parks and Recreation
Ben Whishaw
14-Oct-1980   Perfume: The Story of a Murderer


Abbie Cornish   ...   Fanny Brawne
Ben Whishaw   ...   John Keats
Paul Schneider   ...   Mr. Brown
Kerry Fox   ...   Mrs. Brawne
Edie Martin   ...   Toots
Thomas Brodie-Sangster   ...   Samuel
Claudie Blakley   ...   Maria Dilke
Gerard Monaco   ...   Charles Dilke
Antonia Campbell-Hughes   ...   Abigail
Samuel Roukin   ...   Reynolds
Amanda Hale   ...   Reynolds Sister
Lucinda Raikes   ...   Reynolds Sister
Samuel Barnett   ...   Mr. Severn
Jonathan Aris   ...   Mr. Hunt
Olly Alexander   ...   Tom Keats
François Testory   ...   Dance Master
Theresa Watson   ...   Charlotte
Vincent Franklin   ...   Dr. Bree
Eileen Davies   ...   Mrs. Bentley
Roger Ashton-Griffiths   ...   Shopkeeper
Sally Reeve   ...   Landlady
Sebastian Armesto   ...   Mr. Haslam
Adrian Schiller   ...   Mr. Taylor
Alfred Harmsworth   ...   Charles Dilke, Jr.
Lucas Motion   ...   Suitor at Ball
Topper   ...   The Cat


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