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Film 85


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with Barry Norman
2010 is a sequel to Stanley Kubrick's classic space odyssey. Also based on an ARTHUR C. CLARKE story, it stars Roy Scheider , John Lithgow and Helen Mirren.
Wetherby, written and directed by David Hare , involves Vanessa Redgrave , Judi Dench and Ian Holm in a suicide which shakes a small northern town.
In A Soldier's Story, the brutal murder of a black sergeant lays bare racial tensions on a Louisiana army base in 1944. The film has earned three Academy Award nominations including Best Film, and Best Supporting Actor for one of its stars, Adolph Caesar.


Unknown: Barry Norman
Unknown: Arthur C. Clarke
Unknown: Roy Scheider
Unknown: John Lithgow
Unknown: Helen Mirren.
Directed By: David Hare
Unknown: Vanessa Redgrave
Unknown: Judi Dench
Unknown: Ian Holm
Unknown: Adolph Caesar.
Director: Michael Parker
Producer: Judy Lindsay

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