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Screen Two: Aimee


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A new BBC film written by Guy Hibbert , following his much acclaimed debut
A Master of the Marionettes. Starring
Donald Sumpter Juliet Stevenson
A white Mercedes, the English countryside, a cathedral city, a haunted figure at the wheel with an overnight bag in the boot. Frank Summers has run away from a career as a fabulously successful rock promoter and an anguished private life. Now he's facing the hardest of all moral choices - a life or death decision which is to have a shattering impact on the lives of new friends who offer shelter, and on the new arrival on the seemingly tranquil scene.
Producer Michael Wearing Director Pedr James
0 FILMS: pages 31-37


Written By: Guy Hibbert
Unknown: Donald Sumpter
Unknown: Juliet Stevenson
Unknown: Frank Summers
Director: Pedr James
Frank: Donald Sumpter
Lucy: Juliet Stevenson
Pau/: Simon Chandler
Gemma: Christine Rose
Gerry: Jeremy Clyde
Peggy: Phillada Sewell
Dennis Fellows: Edward Burnham
Nursing home manager: Marilyn Finlay
Det Inspector Hollins: Lennox Greaves
Det Sergeant Grey: Kenneth Lodge
Receptionist: Kathryn Salt
Solicitor: Anthony Dawes
Judge: Tony Steedman
Undertaker: Peter Waddington

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