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Film 98 with Barry Norman


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Jeremy Irons joins Barry Norman in the studio to talk about his role in Lolita. an adaptation of the Nabokov novel, directed by Adrian Lyne. Also under review are romantic comedy Martha - Meet Frank, Daniel and Laurence; Pedro Almodovar 's version of Ruth Rendell 's Live
Flesh; The Man Who Knew Too Little starring Bill Murray ; and AmyFoster, thetaleofaservant girl and her immigrant lover starring Vincent Perez , Rachel Weisz and Ian McKellen.
Director John Simpson ; Producer
Bruce Thompson Repeated next Saturday onBBC2 Stereo


Unknown: Jeremy Irons
Unknown: Barry Norman
Directed By: Adrian Lyne.
Unknown: Pedro Almodovar
Unknown: Ruth Rendell
Unknown: Bill Murray
Unknown: Vincent Perez
Unknown: Rachel Weisz
Unknown: Ian McKellen.
Director: John Simpson
Producer: Bruce Thompson

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Film 98 with Barry Norman

BBC One London, 11 May 1998 23.35

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