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Joe's Palace


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A stellar cast, led by Michael Gambon and Rupert Penry-Jones , star in this engrossing drama about relationships from writer/director Stephen Poliakoff. Elliot Graham is a reclusive billionaire with a dark secret. Unable to stay in the palatial house he has inherited teenager Joe takes care of the mansion, which is being used as the base for an illicit affair.
Producer Deborah Jones
Rupert Penry-Jones stars in Spooks on Tuesday at 9pm; Poliakoff's companion piece, Capturing Mary, will be shown next week on BBC2 Behind the scenes: page 8


Unknown: Michael Gambon
Unknown: Rupert Penry-Jones
Director: Stephen Poliakoff.
Director: Elliot Graham
Producer: Deborah Jones
Unknown: Rupert Penry-Jones
Elliot Graham: Michael Gambon
Richard Reece: Rupert Penry-Jones
Charlotte: Kelly Reilly
Joe Dix Danny: Lee Wynter
Tina: Rebecca Hall
Sally Dix Caroline: Lee Johnson
Mrs Hopkins: Carolyn Pickles
Dave: Clive Russell
Foster: Graham Padden
Middle-aged woman: Sarah Crowden
Laarni: Lourdes Faberes
Inventor: Sam Bond
Party woman: Belinda Stewart-Wilson
Dark lady: Olivia Carruthers
Whittle: Celyn Jones
Crying woman: Kerry Lyn-Hamilton
Antiques expert: Geoffrey Munn
Jason: Alfie Allen
Journalist: Tom McKay
Patricia: Michelle MacErlean
Young Mr Graham: Max Dowler

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