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Screen Two: Will You Love Me Tomorrow

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Screenplay by ADRIAN SHERGOLD
DAVID SNODIN starring
Joanne Whalley Tilly Vosburgh
Phil Daniels , lain Glen
Freedom fascinates and frightens Jackie, encountering the real world for the first time in years. She clings to an ideal: 'What I want most in the whole world is to be in love, and to be loved.' 'Well you will.' 'Will I?' Reality can be harsh and unforgiving.
Original music
GORDON GILTRAP and KEN BOWLEY Film recordist GRAHAM ROSS Film editor IAN PITCH Designer JANE MARTIN
Photography STEVE SAUNDERSON Producer DAVID SNODIN
Director ADRIAN SHERGOLD
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Contributors

Unknown: Adrian Shergold
Unknown: David Snodin
Unknown: Joanne Whalley
Unknown: Tilly Vosburgh
Unknown: Phil Daniels
Unknown: Gordon Giltrap
Unknown: Ken Bowley
Unknown: Graham Ross
Editor: Ian Pitch
Designer: Jane Martin
Unknown: Photography Steve Saunderson
Producer: David Snodin
Director: Adrian Shergold
Jackie: Joanne Whalley
Debbie: Tilly Vosburgh
Sprint: Phil Daniels
Sailor: Iain Glen
Maggie: Joanne Allen
John: Peter Wight
Sam: Peter Bayliss
Barry: Richard Ireson
Beachcomber: Sam Kelly
Louisa: Suzan Crowley
Jackie (child): Rebecca Sowden
Barman: Ken Robertson
Policewoman on beach: Jane Hilary
Policewoman in cell: Beverley Sowden
Shirley: Susan Singfield
Maggie's sons: William Llewellyn
Maggie's sons: Gavin Renshaw






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