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Talking to a Stranger ()


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A grown-up brother and sister's visit to their parents home culminates in a shocking tragedy. The events of the weekend are told over four episodes, each focusing on the point of view of one family member: the daughter Terry; the father,... See more »

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  • Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 1 win.
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Detective Sergeant Wilson
Gaynor Jones ...
Terry as a child
Keith Kent ...
Alan as a child
Terry Leigh ...
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Mother as a young woman
Frederick Pyne ...
Father as a young man
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Father's Friend
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Mrs. Hayter (as Mariann Turner)

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Mark McDonald

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Tony Wickert ... production assistant

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Plot Summary

A grown-up brother and sister's visit to their parents home culminates in a shocking tragedy. The events of the weekend are told over four episodes, each focusing on the point of view of one family member: the daughter Terry; the father, Ted; the son, Alan and finally the mother, Sarah. The full story of the dysfunctional family plays out through the use of repeating scenes, flashback, and monologue. Written by L. Hamre

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  • Talking to a Stranger (United Kingdom)
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  • 90 min
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Trivia Consisted of four episodes, telling the same events from each major character's point of view: * Anytime You're Ready I'll Sparkle (Terry's story) * No Skill or Special Knowledge Is Required (Father's story) * Gladly, My Cross-Eyed Bear (Alan's story) * The Innocent Must Suffer (Mother's story) See more »
Movie Connections Edited from Theatre 625 (1964). See more »
Quotes Terry Stevens - Daughter: I mean is it my fault? Misguided, too young to know, mistaken, too proud to listen, mislead, careless of danger, misunderstood, misjudge, misbegotten.
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