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Papillons

Synopsis

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A film by Anthony Wilkinson
Written by Denis Constanduros and Anthony Wilkinson

The story of Robert Schumann the composer during his Leipzig period, 1830-40: his love affair with the celebrated child pianist Clara Wieck, and the bitter opposition of her father, the great piano teacher Friedrich Wieck.

Contributors

Producer/Writer: Anthony Wilkinson
Writer: Denis Constanduros
Pianist: Malcolm Binns
Choreographer: Leo Kharibian
Photography: Brian Tufano
Sound: Bill Chesneau
Sound: Stan Morcom
Make-up: Penny Bell
Costumes: Juanita Waterson
Design: Michael Young
Robert Schumann: John Stride
Clara Wieck: Francesca Annis
Friedrich Wieck: Mark Dignam
Ernestine von Ericken: Sally Faulkner
Nanny: Janet Burnell
Emperor Ferdinand: Richard Caldicot
Agnes Carus: Pamela Abbott
Ernest Becker: John White
Joseph de Banck: John Allison






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