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Screenplay: Shift Work


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by Lesley Bruce
with Maureen Lipman as Julie
It's Julie's last night as a mini-cab driver and it's a night full of adventures she'll never forget.
FEATURE: page 9


Writer: Lesley Bruce
Original Music: Mike Westbrook
Designer: Austin Ruddy
Film Editor: Ian Farr
Photography: Remi Adefarasin
Producer: Brenda Reid
Director: Angela Pope
Julie: Maureen Lipman
George: Stephen Dillon
Leon: Jeffrey Chiswick
Bin Yusuf: Tony Alleff
Hilary: Amy Rosenthal
Sammy: Adam Rosenthal
David: Max Murray-Barrows
Brendan: Christopher Chescoe
Jordan: Treva Etienne
Rosita: Yolanda Vazquez
Hospital doorman: Eddie Caswell
Doctor: Prue Clarke
Ambulance driver: Angus Kennedy
Police sergeant: David Bauckham
Young police officer: Richard Platt
Man without insurance: Ian Collier
Man with Jack Russell: Lockwood West
Undertaker: Robert Austin
Lorry driver: Jim Dunk

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