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WONDROUS OBLIVION

by Paul Morrison

synopsis

Eleven year-old David Wiseman is mad about cricket but no good at it. He has all the kit but none of the skill, and he's a laughing stock at school. So when a Jamaican family move in next door and build a cricket net in the back garden, David is in seventh heaven. But this is 1960s England, and when the neighbours start to make life difficult for the new arrivals, David's Jewish family is caught in the middle.

international title: WONDROUS OBLIVION
original title: WONDROUS OBLIVION
country: United Kingdom
sales agent: Pathé International
year: 2002
genre: fiction
directed by: Paul Morrison
film run: 105'
screenplay: Paul Morrison
cast: Delroy Lindo, Emily Woof, Stanley Townsend
cinematography by: Nina Kellgren
film editing: David Freeman
music: Ilona Sekacz
producer: Jonny Persey
production: APT Films
distributor: Momentum Pictures, Senator Film International (DE)
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