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BRIGHT YOUNG THINGS

by Stephen Fry

synopsis

1930s: nightclubs, dancing, jazz and speed. The characters' lives revolve around an endless series of parties and pleasure seeking: motorcars, jazz bands, gossip journalism, drugs, gramophones. Inevitably, however, the frantic pace of living takes its toll and one by one they begin to crash and burn in the search for newer and faster sensations.

original title: Bright Young Things
country: United Kingdom
sales agent: The Works International, Aktis Film International GmbH
year: 2003
genre: fiction
directed by: Stephen Fry
release date: UK 03/10/2003
screenplay: Stephen Fry
cast: Emily Mortimer, Stephen Campbell Moore, Dan Aykroyd, Jim Broadbent, Stockard Channing, Fenella Woolgar, James McAvoy, David Tennant
cinematography by: Henry Braham
film editing: Alex Mackie
art director: Michael Howells, Lynne Huitson
costumes designer: Nic Ede
music: Anne Dudley
producer: Gina Carter
production: Doubting Hall
distributor: Icon Film Distribution
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