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BEGINNER'S LUCK

by James Callis, Nicholas Cohen

synopsis

Mark Feinman has a dream; he's stranded alone on a desert island, but he doesn't know why. In a flash of inspiration he realises his dream is a premonition and immediately sets up a touring theatre company with his two friends, Hettie and Jason. Their mission: to bring a radical reinterpretation of Shakespeare's Tempest.

original title: BEGINNER'S LUCK
country: United Kingdom
sales agent: Icon Entertainment International
year: 2001
genre: fiction
directed by: James Callis, Nicholas Cohen
film run: 83'
release date: UK 21/06/2001
screenplay: James Callis, Nicholas Cohen
cast: Julie Delpy, Steven Berkoff, Christopher Cazenove, Tom Redhill, James Callis
cinematography by: Chris Preston
film editing: Alistair Waterson
art director: Tracy Ann Baines
music: Karl Wallinger, Tristan Norwell
producer: Harriet Evans-Lombe, Richard Osborne, James Harding
production: Latenight Pictures, Angel Eye Film & Television
distributor: Guerilla Films
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