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ScreenPlay: Next

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The first of a trilogy of films looking at the next Northern Ireland generation - from
Paris, from the past and from the Stretford End.
Scout by FRANK MCGUINNESS starring
Ray McAnally , Stephen Rea and Gerard O'Hare
Palmer has been United's scout for many generations of young footballers, sending across the water the best Irish talent regardless of background. As six more hopefuls gather at his isolated cottage for a weekend trial, their dreams of following George Best's path from Belfast to Old
Trafford are shattered by the violent return of a past graduate.
Designer PHIL RODGERS
Film recordist PETER LINDSAY Film editor DON O'DONOVAN
Film cameraman PHILIP DAWSON Directed by DANNY BOYLE
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Contributors

Unknown: Frank McGuinness
Unknown: Ray McAnally
Unknown: Stephen Rea
Unknown: Gerard O'Hare
Designer: Phil Rodgers
Unknown: Peter Lindsay
Editor: Don O'Donovan
Unknown: Philip Dawson
Directed By: Danny Boyle
Palmer: Ray McAnally
Marshall: Stephen Rea
Cherry: Colin Connor
Dodd: Michael Liebman
Turkington: Gerard O'Hare
Shields: Lloyd Hutchinson
Keevny: Jeremy Chapman
O'Toole: Paul Ryder

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