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Kiwi Cinema: Leave All Fair

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continues a major season of films from New Zealand.
Tonight starring John Gielgud Jane Birkin
John Middleton Murry is asked by his young wife,
Katherine Mansfield , to 'leave all fair' on her death. But as the years progress and her stature as New Zealand's greatest writer grows, Murry publishes her lesser writings. Years later Murry travels to France to approve a major new editing of his wife's works. There he meets his publisher's assistant - also a New Zealander - who bears a striking resemblance to
Katherine. She then disturbs him by questioning his motives in publishing
Katherine's lesser works.
This elegant film was shot on location in France and is based on fact.
Screenplay by STANLEY HARPER Produced by JOHN O'SHEA Directed by JOHN REID
(First showing on British television)
0 FILMS: page 19

Contributors

Unknown: John Gielgud
Unknown: Jane Birkin
Unknown: John Middleton Murry
Unknown: Katherine Mansfield
Unknown: Stanley Harper
Produced By: John O'Shea
Directed By: John Reid
John Middleton Murry: John Gielgud
Marie Taylor/KatherineMansfield: Jane Birkin
André: Feodor Atkine
Young John: Simon Ward
Lisa: Louba Guertchikoff
Alain: Maurice Chevit
Violetta: Mireille Alcantara
Alfredo: Leonard Pezzino

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Kiwi Cinema: Leave All Fair

BBC Two England, 23 August 1987 22.25






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