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Based on the life of the young Guy Burgess, who would become better known as one of the Cambridge Spies.

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  • Nominated for 3 BAFTA Film Awards. Another 1 win & 1 nomination.
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Guy Bennett
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Tommy Judd
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Barclay
Robert Addie ...
Delahay
Rupert Wainwright ...
Devenish
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Fowler
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James Harcourt
Frederick Alexander ...
Menzies
Adrian Ross Magenty ...
Wharton
Geoffrey Bateman ...
Yevgeni
Phillip Dupuy ...
Martineau
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Head Boy
Jeffry Wickham ...
Arthur (as Jeffrey Wickham)
John Line ...
Best Man
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Trafford
Llewellyn Rees ...
Senior Chaplain
Arthur Howard ...
Waiter
Ivor Roberts ...
Chief Judge
Crispin Redman ...
Prefect
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Spungin (as Nick Rowe)
Kathleen St. John ...
Ivy
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Batsman 1
Christopher Milburn ...
Batsman 2
Tristram Jellinek ...
Nicholson
Tristram Wymark ...
Henderson
Ralph Perry-Robinson ...
Robbins
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Imogen Bennett
Betsy Brantley ...
Julie Schofield
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
James D.R. Hickox ...
Student (uncredited)
Earl Charles Spencer ...
Schoolboy extra (uncredited)

Directed by

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Marek Kanievska

Written by

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Julian Mitchell ... (screenplay)
 
Julian Mitchell ... (play)

Produced by

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Robert Fox ... executive producer
Alan Marshall ... producer
Julian Seymour ... executive producer

Music by

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Michael Storey

Cinematography by

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Peter Biziou

Film Editing by

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Gerry Hambling

Editorial Department

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Clive Barrett ... first assistant editor
Jeremy Strachan ... second assistant editor

Casting By

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Celestia Fox

Production Design by

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Brian Morris

Art Direction by

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Clinton Cavers

Costume Design by

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Penny Rose

Makeup Department

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Ross Carver ... hair stylist
Pat Hay ... makeup artist
Sarah Monzani ... makeup supervisor
Aaron Sherman ... special makeup effects

Production Management

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Simon Bosanquet ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Andy Armstrong ... first assistant director
Lee Cleary ... third assistant director
Christopher Cowles ... third assistant director
Christopher Figg ... second assistant director
Michael Zimbrich ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Frank Adam ... painter
Les Benson ... propman
Frank Berlin ... painter
Dennis Bovington ... carpenter
Christopher Bradley ... scenic artist
Jack Carter ... construction manager
John Cook ... stagehand
Peter Dunlop ... production buyer
Trevor Dyer ... carpenter
Steve Franklin ... props van
Wally Fraser ... carpenter
John Hedges ... carpenter
Michael Hedges ... carpenter
Robert Hill ... propman (as Rob Hill)
Thomas Hughes ... painter
Gordon Izod ... plasterer
Ken Langridge ... stagehand
Maxie McDonald ... property master
Brian Morris ... set designer
Eric Nash ... plasterer
Colin Pearce ... draper
Ian Ritchie ... art department trainee
Butch Roper ... painter
Steve Short ... propman
Peter Spencer ... propman
Paul Templeman ... scenic artist
Tony Wright ... storyboard artist (as Anthony Wright)

Sound Department

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John Chandler ... boom operator
Richard Daniel ... sound maintenance
Leonard Green ... assistant dubbing editor
Eddy Joseph ... dubbing mixer
Ray Merrin ... assistant sound mixer
Bill Rowe ... dubbing mixer
Ken Weston ... sound mixer

Visual Effects by

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Craig Chandler ... optical effects (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Tony Brown ... clapper loader
Clive Coote ... additional still photographer
Alfie Emmins ... electrician
Bob Freeman ... camera car
Roy Furness ... electrician
David Garfath ... camera operator
David James ... still photographer
Dickie Lee ... camera grip
Ray Potter ... chief electrician / gaffer
Terry Potter ... best boy / hand electrician
Jimmy Terry ... electrician
Bill Thornhill ... generator operator (as Billy Thornhill)
Terry Townsend ... electrician
David Williams ... rigger (as Dave Williams)

Casting Department

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Lucy Boulting ... additional casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Maureen Booth ... wardrobe assistant
Ken Crouch ... wardrobe master (as Kenny Crouch)
Mary Ellis ... wardrobe assistant
Pip Newberry ... wardrobe mistress (as Pip Newbery)
Nick Perry ... wardrobe bus

Location Management

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Christopher Knowles ... location manager (uncredited)

Music Department

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Bud Beadle ... musician
Simon Chamberlain ... musician
Mike Connaris ... music engineer
Helen Liebman ... musician (as Helen Liebmann)
Ray Singer ... musician
David Squibb ... choirmaster
Trinity Boys Choir ... sung by: "Hymns"
Peter Waygood ... choir coordinator
Gavyn Wright ... musician (as Gavin Wright)

Transportation Department

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Dan Cressy ... unit driver
Tommy Lee ... unit driver

Other crew

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Ronald Anscombe ... follow focus (as Ronnie Anscombe)
Harry Ayres ... construction van
Dave Bruyea ... construction van
Allen Burry ... unit publicist
Lee Cleary ... floor runner
Jonathan Cooke ... assistant to producer
Sally Feller ... secretary to producer
Peter Harris ... military advisor
Adrian Harrison ... production runner
William Hiley ... production runner
Debbie O'Brien ... contact: London
Maggie Phelan ... assistant production accountant
Ron Phipps ... production accountant
Patricia Poole ... assistant production accountant (as Pat Poole)
Mary Richards ... production assistant
Gilly Ruben ... contact: London
Alison Thorne ... script supervisor
Colm Villa ... attachment: N.F.S.
Lorna Young ... chaperone

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Based on the award winning play by Julian Mitchell, the film explores the effect of Public School life in the 1930's on Guy Bennett as his homosexuality and unwillingness to "play the game" turns him eastwards towards communist Russia. Written by Craig Wood

Plot Keywords
Taglines He outraged his friends . . . He rebelled against his family . . . And finally he betrayed his country [Australia theatrical] See more »
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Also Known As
  • Another Country: Histoire d'une trahison (France)
  • Otro país (Spain)
  • Друга страна (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
  • Druga zemlja (Serbia)
  • Sheseis prodosias (Greece)
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  • 90 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Loosely based on the life of Guy Burgess, a key figure in the Cambridge Spy Ring of the 1940's who eventually defected to Russia in 1951. The upper class establishment refused to believe he was a spy because he had been to public school. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in The Celluloid Closet (1995). See more »
Soundtracks I Vow to Thee, My Country See more »
Quotes Fowler: I have half a mind to ask Barclay for permission to beat you!
Tommy Judd: Well, you've half a mind. We can all agree on that.
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