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On the Black Hill (1988)

The story covers eighty years in the lives of a pair of Welsh identical twins with an unusual bond, as they go through war, love affairs, and land disputes.

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Credited cast:
Aled Baker ...
Lewis - aged 6
Rhys Baker ...
Benjamin - aged 6
Iona Banks ...
Aggie Watkins
Nicola Beddoe ...
Rosie
Anthony Benson ...
The Vicar
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Colonel Bickerton
Kim Caswell ...
2nd Preacher
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Reverand Latimer
Kim Dunn ...
Virgin Mary
Rob Edmunds ...
Thomas Philips
Claire Evans ...
Rebecca - aged 7
Huw Evans ...
Innkeeper
Lillian Evans ...
Mrs Redpath
Lynn Gardner ...
Rebecca
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2nd Doctor
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The story covers eighty years in the lives of a pair of Welsh identical twins with an unusual bond, as they go through war, love affairs, and land disputes. Written by Kathy Li

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19 March 1992 (Australia)  »

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Last film of Mark Dignam. See more »

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Lilli Marlene
Music by Norbert Schultze (as Schultze ) and lyrics by Hans Leip (as Leip), English lyrics by Tommie Connor (as Connor)
published by Peter Maurice Music Co. copyright 1944
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Mediocre novel adaption
30 September 2001 | by See all my reviews

It shows that this is a novel adaption. The first thirty minutes rush through the plot, introducing subplots that are never picked up again. The middle part and end is not bad, but overall it is just an average movie based on a much better novel.


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