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Stella Does Tricks ()


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A young Glaswegian prostitute in London tries to start a new life.

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Stella
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Mr. Peters
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Eddie
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Francis McGuire
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Fitz
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Chris
Lindsay Henderson ...
Young Stella
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lisa Adam ...
Young Stella's friend
Dimitri Andreas ...
Greek Hotelier
Andrzej Borkowski ...
Polish cafe owner
Antoine de Caunes ...
Himself (archiveFootage)
Claire Driver ...
Angry Post Office Customer (scenesDeleted)
Emma Faulkner ...
Belle
Joyce Henderson ...
Auntie Aileen
Molly Innes ...
Cake shop owner
Suzanne Maddock ...
Carol
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Edward
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Donald
Jennifer Todd ...
Young Stella's friend
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Mr. Peters' driver
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Coach Passenger (uncredited)

Directed by

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Coky Giedroyc

Written by

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A.L. Kennedy ... ()

Produced by

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Adam Barker ... producer
Eddie Dick ... co-executive producer
Madeleine French ... co-executive producer
Sally French ... line producer
Ben Gibson ... executive producer
Angus Lamont ... co-producer

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Nick Bicât

Cinematography by

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Barry Ackroyd

Film Editing by

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Budge Tremlett

Editorial Department

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Anna Turville ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Simone Pereira Hind ... (as Simone Ireland)
Vanessa Pereira

Production Design by

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Lynne Whiteread

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Tim Ellis
Joanna Tague

Costume Design by

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Annie Symons ... (as Annie Simmons)

Makeup Department

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Fiona Clegg ... makeup artist
Jacquetta Levon ... makeup designer (as Jaquetta)

Production Management

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Angela Topping ... executive in charge of production

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Simon Cooke ... third assistant director: London
Dawn Franklin ... third assistant director: scottish shoot (as Dawn Harvey)
Dawn Lee Harvey ... third assistant director: Glasgow
Nic Jeune ... first assistant director
Gareth Williams ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Rohan Banyard ... props buyer: Glasgow
Faiplay Barnes ... props
Brian Boyne ... stagehand: Glasgow
Colin H. Fraser ... construction manager / key constructor: Glasgow
Derek Fraser ... carpenter: Glasgow
Jim Patrick ... painter: Glasgow
Tony Sheridan ... dressing props: Scotland
Geoff Stainthorp ... standby carpenter (as Geoff Stainthorpe)
Ed Turner ... assistant art director
Karen Whitehead ... standby painter

Sound Department

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Stuart Bruce ... sound mixer
Fiona Carlin ... boom operator: Glasgow
St. Clair Davis ... boom operator: London
Tom Fawcett ... foley editor
Simon Gershon ... sound editor
Paul Hamblin ... re-recording mixer
Paul Hanks ... foley artist
Catherine Hodgson ... sound editor
Eddie Jones ... dialogue editor
Melissa Lake ... foley artist
Andre Schmidt ... sound editor (as André Schmidt)
Tim Partridge ... dolby sound consultant (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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John Markwell ... special effects supervisor

Camera and Electrical Department

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Jaspreet Bal ... trainee assistant camera
Joe Blackwell ... clapper loader
Matthew Butler ... electrician
Grant Cameron ... camera operator: Glasgow second unit
James Coulter ... grip: Glasgow
Neil Davidson ... second assistant camera: Glasgow
Robert Hind ... still photographer
James McCallum ... first assistant camera
Jimmy Mitchell ... electrician
Matthew Moffat ... gaffer
Robert Patterson ... first assistant camera: London second unit
Paul Sharp ... electrician
Judith Stanley-Smith ... grip: London
Simon Thirlaway ... best boy
Francis Todd ... camera operator: Glasgow second unit
Roger Tooley ... camera operator: London second unit

Casting Department

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Danielle Roffe ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Jemima Cotter ... wardrobe: London
John Cowell ... costume breakdown
Pam Dalton ... runner: costumes
Joanna Freedman ... wardrobe supervisor
Deidre Johnston ... wardrobe: Glasgow (as Dierdre Johnstone)
Maria Liljefors ... costume breakdown

Location Management

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Donald Cameron ... location manager
Brian Kaczynski ... location scout
Richard Page ... assistant location manager
Simon Vickery ... assistant location manager

Music Department

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Paul Sawtell-Smith ... music producer

Transportation Department

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Martin Alylmore ... driver (as Martin Aylemore)
Roy Tait ... driver
Paul Thompson ... driver

Other crew

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Julia Bennett ... production coordinator
Ben Curtis ... runner: London
Tim Daniels ... runner: London
Dee Emerson ... sales and marketing
Fiona Gosden ... trainee production assistant: FT2
Steven Hotchkiss ... runner: Glasgow
Roger MacDermott ... assistant production accountant
Iain MacDonald Young ... runner: Glasgow production office
Eliza Mellor ... script development
Martin Page ... cost controller
Roger Phillips ... title designer
Andy Powell ... technical supervisor
Shelley Simmons ... public relations
Ros Steen ... dialogue coach
Dee Taylor ... script supervisor
Andrew Torrence ... runner: Glasgow
Cath Wadling ... production secretary
Helen Walker ... trainee script supervisor
Nigel Woods ... production accountant

Thanks

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Marc Berlin ... thanks
Sue Boorman ... thanks
Janna Craze ... thanks
Claire Harvey ... thanks
Richard Marek ... thanks
Hayley Murt ... thanks
Melanie Slaughter ... thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Stella, a young Glaswegian girl working as a prostitute in London, heads back to Glasgow with her new boyfriend and attempts to start a new life, but finds it difficult to break free of the cycle of abuse she has become trapped in. Written by Alexander Lum

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Also Known As
  • De la part de Stella (France)
  • Stella - Die Lolita Prostituierte (Germany)
  • Stella ügyletei (Hungary)
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  • 99 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia The last line in the film "It's a story, but that's why I'm here to tell you stories, so picture the scene," is sampled as the first line in Wax Taylor's song "Our Dance". See more »
Movie Connections Features Fifteen to One (1988). See more »
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