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Stone, Scissors, Paper 

Jean moves to a riverside cottage in an effort to escape her violent husband. There she meets Redfern, a married stonemason, with whom she forms a relationship.

Director:

Stephen Whittaker

Writer:

Richard Cameron
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Juliet Stevenson ... Jean
Ken Stott ... Redfern
Melanie Kilburn Melanie Kilburn ... Mary
John Bowler ... Frank
Ian Redford Ian Redford ... Brian
Ian Dunn ... Pete
Katherine Dow Blyton Katherine Dow Blyton ... Fran
Hazel Douglas ... Hannah
David Kay David Kay ... Shaun
Keith Humphries Keith Humphries ... Piano Player
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Justin Ellery Justin Ellery ... House Buyer
Jim Glaister Jim Glaister ... Estate Agent
Hope Johnstone ... Elderly lady
Joanna Knowles Joanna Knowles
Ben Maguire Ben Maguire ... Shaun
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Jean moves to a riverside cottage in an effort to escape her violent husband. There she meets Redfern, a married stonemason, with whom she forms a relationship. Written by Simon Shearn <simon@frieth.demon.co.uk>

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Drama

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 June 1997 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Schere Stein Papier See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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A beautiful film about two nice people who fall in love but one of whom is married.
16 August 2006 | by olaf-lizSee all my reviews

This film is of British quality with a wealth of emotional tension and subtlety. In every detail, it is perfect. Juliet Stevenson, especially, is magnificent. (Which does not mean that the other actors are not great.) The film is about questions of life and morality, but in a moving and subtle way. It was a television film and I saw it on Dutch television, several years ago. Ever since, I have waited for a release on VHS, and now I am hoping it will be released on DVD. I even asked the BBC if they had plans for releasing it (they did not). So, let anyone who has seen the film comment on it as well -- perhaps it will be released on DVD, then. By now, it is too long ago for me to remember anything about the technical quality, so I cannot say anything about that.


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