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Screen Two: Femme Fatale

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
This new BBC film is the latest Screen Two collaboration from writer Simon Gray and producer Kenith Trodd. Starring Simon Callow, Donald Pleasence, Colin Welland

Following the violent death of her parents, an Italian beauty marries and settles in an English village. But the sleepy inhabitants of Meryton are soon roused to desperate passions of their own, with tragic and ludicrous results.
Director Udayan Prasad
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Contributors

Writer: Simon Gray
Producer: Kenith Trodd.
Director: Udayan Prasad
Vicar Ronnie: Simon Callow
Victor: Donald Pleasence
Harty: Colin Welland
Maddalena: Sophia Diaz
Algie: James Fleet
Mary-Jane: Jacqueline Tong
Mrs Harty: Patsy Rowlands
Davey Harty: Jason Durr
Mrs Armitage: Margery Mason
Mrs Birt: Rosalie Crutchley
Mama: Antonello Squadrito
Papa: Robertonobile
Paolo: Ricardo Velez
Waitress: Anna Mazzotti
First cop: Al Ashton
Second cop: Stewart Harwood






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