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Screen Two: Utz

Synopsis

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I A new BBC film starring I Armin Mueller-Stahl Brenda Fricker
Peter Riegert , Paul Scofield Utz, an impassioned and once wealthy nobleman, is reduced to living in a two-room flat in Stalinist Prague with his priceless collection of Meissen porcelain. Fischer, a New York art dealer, visits Prague on Utz's death to discover that the collection has vanished, a mystery that only Utz's maid Marta can explain. Hugh Whitemore 's screenplay is based on Bruce Chatwin 's celebrated novel.
Producer John Goldschmidt Director George Sluizer
0 STEREO; TELETEXT SUBTITLES: p 888 0 DRAMA: page 4
* FILMS: pages 38-41

Contributors

Unknown: Armin Mueller-Stahl
Unknown: Brenda Fricker
Unknown: Peter Riegert
Unknown: Paul Scofield
Unknown: Hugh Whitemore
Unknown: Bruce Chatwin
Producer: John Goldschmidt
Director: George Sluizer
Utz: Armin Mueller-Stahl
Marta: Brenda Fricker
Fischer: Peter Riegert
Orlik: Paul Scofield
AdaKrasova: Gaye Brown
Grandmother: Miriam Karlin
Curator: Pauline Melville
Favourite: Diva Verasoukupova
Head waiter: Adrian Brine
Janitor: Peter MacKriel
Young Marta: Caroline Guthrie
Doctor: Clark Dunbar
Utz (aged 18): Christian Mueller-Stahl
Utz (aged 11): Jakub Zdenek
Utz(aged 5): Christian Rabe






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