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AN ANGEL FOR MAY

by Harley Cokeliss

synopsis

The tale of schoolboy Tom who is transported from the present to the time of the Second World War Tom's time tunnel is a burnt out fireplace in the ruins of an old farm yard and his time travel guide is a sheepdog called Tess. Tom finds himself in the same farm yard, but it's the 1940s and the farm is thriving. The farm is run by salt of the earth Sam Wheeler who is looking after orphaned evacuee May. Tom develops an immediate and strong friendship with May.

original title: AN ANGEL FOR MAY
country: United Kingdom
sales agent: Portman Film and Television
year: 2002
genre: fiction
directed by: Harley Cokeliss
film run: 95'
screenplay: Peter Milligan
cast: Tom Wilkinson, Hugo Speer, Geraldine James, Anna Massey, Dora Bryan
cinematography by: Stephen Smith
film editing: George Akers
art director: Michael Kane
music: Carl Davis
producer: Michael Cowan, Harley Cokeliss, Jason Piette
production: Barzo Prod., Gentian Prod., The Children's Film & TV Foundation, Yorkshire Media Production Agency
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