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Film 88


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Barry Norman presents his personal review of the week's cinema releases.
Michael J. Fox and Kiefer Sutherland star in Bright
Lights, Big City, based on the cult best seller by Jay Mclnerney. A young New Yorker turns to drink and drugs when he loses his mother, his wife and his job, all in the space of one year. Suspect features Oscar winner Cher as a lawyer defending Liam Neeson against a charge of murder. Dennis Quaid is on the jury, and the film is directed by Britain's Peter Yates.
John Cleese is writing, co-directing and starring in A Fish Called Wanda, which also features Michael Palin , Kevin Kline and Jamie Lee Curtis. Film 88 reports from the location at
Heathrow Airport. Producer JANE LUSH


Unknown: Barry Norman
Unknown: Michael J. Fox
Unknown: Kiefer Sutherland
Unknown: Jay McLnerney.
Unknown: Liam Neeson
Unknown: Dennis Quaid
Unknown: Peter Yates.
Unknown: John Cleese
Unknown: Michael Palin
Unknown: Kevin Kline
Unknown: Jamie Lee

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