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Director:
Writer:
Neil McKay (written by)
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Release Date:
31 January 2010 (UK) See more »
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Plot:
A revealing biopic about politician Mo Mowlam. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
Awards:
9 wins & 9 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
Julie is So Good See more (9 total) »

Cast

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Julie Walters ... Mo Mowlam
Emma Cambridge ... Ellen

David Haig ... Jon Norton

Lucy Boynton ... Henrietta Norton

Tony Maudsley ... Peter Kilfoyle

Gary Lewis ... Adam Ingram

Rebekah Staton ... Kate

Steven Mackintosh ... Peter Mandelson
Stella Gonet ... Dr Susi Strang

Toby Jones ... Dr Mark Glaser
Cathy White ... Radiographer
Katie Cecil ... Jo
Helena Bereen ... Elderly Woman

Adrian Dunbar ... David Trimble
Billy Clarke ... Harold Gracey
Drew Thompson ... Paramilitary Thug

Stephen Don ... Brendan MacCionnaith
Ellie Haddington ... Jean

Kerry Shale ... Bill Clinton

Terence Harvey ... Mr. Campbell-Grey
Ivan Little ... Himself

John Lynch ... Gerry Adams
Eoin McCarthy ... Martin McGuinness
Harry Ditson ... Sen. George Mitchell

Ian Beattie ... Michael Stone
Marc O'Shea ... Johnny Adair
Deborah Wiseman ... Centre Manager
Gary Henry ... Kevin
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Cherie Blair ... Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Tony Blair ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Gordon Brown ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Logan Bruce ... Labour Conference Delegate (uncredited)
Una C. ... Politician (uncredited)
John Major ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Ian Paisley ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Neill Stringer ... Waiter at conference (uncredited)

Directed by
Philip Martin 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Neil McKay  written by

Produced by
Lisa Gilchrist .... producer
Liza Marshall .... executive producer
Lisa McAtackney .... line producer
Neil McKay .... executive producer
Jeff Pope .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Nicholas Hooper 
 
Cinematography by
Julian Court (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Kristina Hetherington 
 
Production Design by
Ashleigh Jeffers 
 
Art Direction by
Gillian Devenney 
 
Makeup Department
Christina Baker .... makeup department head
Jilly Green .... hairdresser
Lesley Noble .... makeup artist/hair stylist
Lesley Noble .... makeup supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Stephen Darragh .... third assistant director
 
Art Department
Michael Cullen .... props
Kevin Fraser .... head painter
Neil McNally .... dressing props
Christopher Moore .... standby props
Sarah Speers .... production buyer
 
Sound Department
Lee Crichlow .... effects editor
Ronan Hill .... sound mixer
Martin Jensen .... dubbing mixer
Terry McDonald .... sound assist
Forbes Noonan .... adr recordist
Kallis Shamaris .... dialogue and adr editor
Catherine Thomas .... foley editor
 
Visual Effects by
Tanvir Hanif .... visual effects supervisor
 
Stunts
Joe Condren .... stunt coordinator
Paul Valentine .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Joss Barratt .... stills photographer
Sean Connor .... assistant camera
Andy Gardner .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Roland Keane .... camera facilities coordinator
Dáire Mac An tSaoir .... Camera Trainee
Davey Mayes .... generator operator: daily (as Davie Mayes)
Ruth Woodside .... second assistant camera
 
Casting Department
Jane Anderson .... casting associate
Kate Rhodes James .... senior casting director
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Heather Long .... wardrobe supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Clyde Kellett .... on-line editor
Mandy Miller .... post-production paperwork
Helen Sheridan .... assistant editor
 
Location Management
Trevor Currie .... assistant location manager
Catherine Geary .... location manager
 
Transportation Department
Ian Lewis .... driver: props truck
Roy McManus .... driver: cast
 
Other crew
Owen Brown .... assistant accountant
Julie Gardner .... production coordinator
Charlotte Ingham .... researcher
Ray Leek .... titles designer
Paul McAnearney .... production assistant
Katrina McBriarty .... assistant production co-ordinator
 

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101 min
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Julie Walters shaved her head to reproduce Mo Mowlam's hair loss due to the tumour, but she had to leave a small strip at the back for Mo's various wigs to be attached to.See more »
Goofs:
Anachronisms: During the scene in the salon trying on the wigs, Robbie Williams was singing "Angels" on the radio, which wasn't released as a single until December 1997 (and the album "Life Thru A Lens" was released in September 1997).See more »
Quotes:
[Tony Blair is giving a speech and is thanking all the people who played a part in the Peace Talks. When he mentions Mo Mowlam's name, the audience get to their feet and cheer]
Tony Blair:I think I can say without fear of contradiction that's the first time there's been a standing ovation in the *middle* of a speech. And the person getting the ovation isn't even the person making the speech.
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3 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
Julie is So Good, 13 February 2010
Author: beresfordjd from United Kingdom

Is there nothing Julie Walters cannot do? Everything she does is wonderful (with one exception-Mamma Mia-I do not know what she was like in that- I could not bear to watch enough to see her performance!) But in "Mo" she turns in a career-defining turn. Mo Mowlam herself would probably have loved to see what she did with it. Heartbreakingly sad, funny and profane all at once she carries the whole thing with aplomb. Surrounded by great support and a good screenplay, Julie holds the audience in thrall with her acting chops. I would love to think Mo Mowlam really was like this and she spoke as plainly to the Sinn Fein element and the Unionists. It certainly made for entertaining television drama. An incredible production with an incredible actress at it's centre, Mo is entertaining, educational and life-affirming, in spite of the inevitable end.

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