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by Gillian Armstrong


Charlotte Gray, a young Scottish woman, is parachuted behind enemy lines into Southern France. Only she knows she has a dual mission. Officially, she has been recruited by the British Government on a special operation to liaise with the local resistance group, who are using guerrilla tactics against the occupying German Army. Unofficially, she is searching for her lover, Peter, an English airman missing in action after his plane is shot down.

international title: Charlotte Gray
original title: Charlotte Gray
country: United Kingdom, Australia, Germany
sales agent: Film Four International
year: 2002
genre: fiction
directed by: Gillian Armstrong
film run: 120'
release date: UK 22/02/2002, ES 19/04/2002, NO 3/05/2002, NL 8/05/2002, DK 9/05/2002, IT 21/06/2002, GR 12/07/2002, CZ 24/10/2002, DE 26/12/2002, AT 31/01/2003, HU 13/02/2003, IS 11/04/2003
screenplay: Jeremy Brock, Sebastian Faulks (novel)
cast: Cate Blanchett, Billy Crudup, Michael Gambon, Rupert Penry Jones
cinematography by: Dion Beebe
film editing: Nicholas Beauman
art director: Joseph Bennett, Joanne Woollard
costumes designer: Janty Yates
music: Stephen Warbeck
producer: Sarah Curtis, Douglas Rae
production: Ecosse Films, Senator Film Produktion, Pod Films (AU)
distributor: Film4 Distribution, Prooptiki (GR), Senator Film (DE), UIP (NL), UIP (IT), UIP y Cía (ES)
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