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Losing Contact


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A seasonal ghost story by Nick Fisher , starring Bill Nighy as Richard and Caroline Harker as Madeline. Richard regrets the day he noticed E A P Opticals in a little Soho street.
With Federay Holmes , Jonathan Keeble , Deborah Berlin, Joshua Towb. Don McCorkindale and Tessa Worsley Director Celia De Wolff


Story By: Nick Fisher
Unknown: Bill Nighy
Unknown: Caroline Harker
Unknown: Madeline. Richard
Unknown: Federay Holmes
Unknown: Jonathan Keeble
Unknown: Joshua Towb.
Unknown: Don McCorkindale
Unknown: Tessa Worsley
Director: Celia de Wolff
Caroline: Helena Breck
Optician: Michael Tudor Barnes
James: Gavin Muir

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