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Look at It This Way


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A three-part satirical portrait of London, adapted by Justin Cartwright from his own novel, and starring David Dukes Kristin Scott Thomas
Nathaniel Parker
Lionel Jeffries
Autumn 1990: in Regent's Park a lion feeds on the body of a man. How does this corpse connect an American writer, a glamorous advertising executive, a yuppie banker and a failed music-hall star?
Producer Kevin Loader Director Gavin Millar
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 ● DRAMA: page 4


Adapted By: Justin Cartwright
Unknown: David Dukes
Unknown: Kristin Scott Thomas
Unknown: Nathaniel Parker
Unknown: Lionel Jeffries
Producer: Kevin Loader
Director: Gavin Millar
Tim Curtiz: David Dukes
Victoria Rolfe: Kristin Scottthomas
MilesGoodall: Nathaniel Parker
Bernie Koppel: Lionel Jeffries
Simba Cochrane: Jimmy Jewel
Caretaker: Lila Kaye
Jacci: Sharon Hinds
Gemma Curtiz: Christina Ruggiero
Victoria's mother: Fiona Walker
Mike: Kevin Allen
Tate lecturer: Ian McNeice
Arnie Zwitters: Bob Sherman
Ed Kaplan: Keith Edwards
Zoo keeper: Ken Campbell
Kid Blumenberg: Stephen Lewis

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