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ScreenPlay: Continental Drift


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Three films about the shady deals and bizarre encounters that tell the unofficial story of the new Europe.
Springing Lenin
Geraldine McEwan stars as an eccentric Scottish spinster who greets the collapse of communism by snapping up a statue of Lenin on the cheap and towing it home across a bemused or hostile Europe.
Written by Patricia Hannah Director Andrei Nekrasov

Business with Friends
Two members of the British fascist movement bring fraternal greetings to their neo-Nazi counterparts in Berlin. With Christopher Eccleston and Adie Allen.
Written by David Spencer Director Uwe Janson

Can't Stop Me Dreaming
Marijke (Marion Van Thyn ) and Pieter (Walter Van Dyk) were in love. Now it has gone sour, but they still have to finish their George Formby documentary on location in Lancashire.
Written and directed by Bernard Rudden
ScreenPlay producer Tatiana Kennedy
Stereo: Teletext Subtitles: p.888


Unknown: Lenin Geraldine McEwan
Written By: Patricia Hannah
Director: Andrei Nekrasov
Unknown: Christopher Eccleston
Unknown: Adie Allen.
Written By: David Spencer
Director: Uwe Janson
Unknown: Marion van Thyn
Unknown: Walter van Dyk
Unknown: George Formby
Directed By: Bernard Rudden
Producer: Tatiana Kennedy

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ScreenPlay: Continental Drift

BBC Two England, 9 September 1992 21.00

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