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Charlotte Gray ()


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A young Scottish woman joins the French Resistance during World War II to rescue her Royal Air Force boyfriend who is lost in France.

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Charlotte Gray
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Richard Cannerly
Abigail Cruttenden ...
Daisy
Charlotte McDougall ...
Sally
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Peter Gregory (as Rupert Penry Jones)
Robert Hands ...
Borowski
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Business Man at Party
Michael Fitzgerald ...
Business Man at Party
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Psychiatrist
Martin Oldfield ...
Assault Course Instructor
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Mr. Jackson
Mike Burnside ...
Morse Code Instructor
Damian Myerscough ...
Gun Instructor
Miranda Bell ...
Female Instructor
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Agent
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Andre
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Jacob (as Matthew Plato)
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Julien Levade
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Auguste
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Claire Monceau
David Birkin ...
Jean-Paul
John Pierce Jones ...
Monsieur Monceau
Louise Vincent ...
Madame Cariteau
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Madame Galliot
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Old Man Roudil
Carole Barbier ...
Housewife
Françoise Heraut ...
Housewife (as Francoise Heraut)
Severine Bouche ...
Housewife
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Sophie the Telephonist
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Renech
John Hug ...
Bartender
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Francoise
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Loque
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Bernard
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Levade
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Mirabel
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Gerard
Mathias Jung ...
German Sergeant
Jean-Pierre Rouane ...
Mayor
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Pichon
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German Corporal
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Oberlieutnant Lindermann
Maurice Yeoman ...
German Soldier
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Gendarme Claude
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Pregnant Mother
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German Soldier (uncredited)
John Perkins ...
German Guard (uncredited)
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German Commander (uncredited)
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British Officer (uncredited)

Directed by

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Gillian Armstrong

Written by

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Sebastian Faulks ... (novel)
 
Jeremy Brock ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Robert Bernstein ... executive producer
Sarah Curtis ... producer
Elinor Day ... co-producer
Hanno Huth ... executive producer
Catherine Kerr ... co-producer
Cathy Lord ... associate producer
Douglas Rae ... producer
Paul Webster ... executive producer

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Stephen Warbeck

Cinematography by

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Dion Beebe

Film Editing by

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Nicholas Beauman

Editorial Department

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Allison Gibbons ... apprentice editor
Kate Hilliard ... post-production assistant
Simon Klaebe ... associate editor
Basia Ozerski ... assistant editor
Noelleen Westcombe ... first assistant editor
Marcus Alexander ... assistant editor: Synxspeed (uncredited)
Simon Harris ... assistant editor: Synxspeed (uncredited)
William Parnell ... dailies editor (uncredited)

Casting By

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Kathleen Mackie

Production Design by

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Joseph Bennett

Art Direction by

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David Allday
Tatiana Macdonald ... (as Tatiana Lund)
Su Whitaker ... (as Sue Whitaker)

Set Decoration by

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Joanne Woollard

Costume Design by

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Janty Yates

Makeup Department

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Alison Elliott ... makeup artist
Jon Henry Gordon ... additional hair artist
Veronica McAleer ... makeup designer (as Veronica Brebner)
Heather Millington ... hair stylist / makeup artist
Carol Robinson ... hair stylist / makeup artist
Morag Ross ... hair designer: Cate Blanchett / makeup designer: Cate Blanchett
Kerry Scourfield ... additional makeup artist

Production Management

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Hilary Benson ... production manager
Sophie Couécou ... unit manager (as Sophie Couecou)
Lolli Kimpton ... production manager
Laurent Lasnon ... unit manager
Jean-Baptiste Leclère ... unit production manager
Peter McAleese ... executive in charge of production
Ashton Radcliffe ... unit manager
Sylvia Walker-Wilson ... post-production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Estelle Barris ... third assistant director
William Booker ... assistant director: second unit
Ben Dixon ... third assistant director
Spencer Dodd ... assistant director
Arnaud Esterez ... assistant director: France
Mark Layton ... key second assistant director
Eric Michel ... second second assistant director
Jez Oakley ... assistant director
Eddie Thorne ... assistant director
Mark Turnbull ... first assistant director
Marc Wolff ... aerial unit director
Sue Wood ... assistant director
Stephen Woolfenden ... first assistant director: aerial unit

Art Department

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Steve Bohan ... construction manager
Alastair Bullock ... assistant art director
Justin Chappell ... vehicle technician
Gary Crosby ... head painter
Gavin Gordon ... carpenter
Richard Hadley ... art department graphics
Rohan Harris ... model maker
Tommy Jolliffe ... scenic artist
Richard Mccarthy ... hod plasterer
Mitch Niclas ... props
David Packard ... scenic artist
Lee Sandales ... assistant set decorator
Graham Stickley ... props storeman
Hattie Storey ... art department runner
Lucinda Sturgis ... props buyer
Ashley Winter ... stand-by art director
Greg Winter ... assistant scenic artist
Graham Caulfield ... drapesmaster (uncredited)
Jason Knox-Johnston ... draughtsman (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Glenn Butler ... sound mix liason
Greg P. Fitzgerald ... re-recording mixer (as Greg Fitzgerald)
Sonal Joshi ... dialogue editor
Leah Katz ... assistant dialogue editor
Adrian Medhurst ... foley artist
Nada Mikas ... sound effects editor
Damon Mouris ... sound mixer assistant
Linda Murdoch ... sound effects editor
Bronwyn Murphy ... assistant sound editor
Barry O'Sullivan ... sound maintenance
Andrew Plain ... supervising sound editor
Livia Ruzic ... sound editor
Fabian Sanjurjo ... dialogue editor
John Simpson ... foley artist
Pete Smith ... re-recording mixer (as Peter D. Smith)
Robert Sullivan ... sound mixer
Lidia Tamplenizza ... assistant sound editor
Jon Thomas ... sound utility
Libby Villa ... supervising dialogue editor
Clive Winter ... production sound mixer
Garry Fiferman ... sound (uncredited)
Jane Paterson ... sound effects editor (uncredited)
Chris Roberts ... adr mixer: UK (uncredited)

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Michael Curran ... special effects technician (as Mike Curran)
Paul Dunn ... special effects supervisor
Wilma Dunn ... special effects coordinator
Laurence Harvey ... special effects technician
Tim Jordan ... senior special effects technician
Dave Keen ... special effects senior technician
Daniel Letch ... special effects
Scott MacIntyre ... special effects (as Scott McIntyre)
Kevin Mathews ... wire effects supervisor
Ian Mitchell ... special effects technician
Charlie Olsen ... special effects crew
Mark Phillips ... special effects technician

Visual Effects by

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Belinda Bennetts ... visual effects supervisor
Niki Bern ... digital compositor
Dan Breckwoldt ... Data I/O operator
Tom Debenham ... visual effects supervisor
Sarah Dowland ... visual effects producer: Animal Logic
David Dulac ... 3D supervisor
Morgane Furio ... lead Inferno artist
Michael Halford ... concept artist
Ivan Moran ... compositor: Animal Logic
Amber Naismith ... visual effects coordinator
Dane Rapaport ... systems administrator
Sandra Roach ... digital compositor
Kat Szuminska ... senior compositor
Ben De Luca ... systems administrator (uncredited)

Stunts

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Roy Alon ... stunts
Ben Bellman ... stunts
Andy Bennett ... stunts
Dani Biernat ... stunts
Stephanie Carey ... stunts
Gabe Cronnelly ... stunts
Ray De-Haan ... stunts
Eunice Huthart ... stunts
Ruth Jenkins ... stunts
Theo Kypri ... stunts
Tom Lucy ... stunts
Tina Maskell ... stunts
Kim McGarrity ... stunts (as Kim McGaritty)
Peter Miles ... stunts (as Peter 'Milsey' Miles)
Gareth Milne ... stunts
Chrissy Monk ... stunts
Ray Nicholas ... stunts
Darrell Parker ... stunts
Peter Pedrero ... stunts
Bean Peel ... stunt double: Cate Blanchett
Andreas Petrides ... additional stunt coordinator
Nick Powell ... stunt coordinator
Seon Rogers ... stunts
Gordon Seed ... stunts
Anna Stacey ... stunts
Dusty Weaver ... stunts
Chris Carey ... stunt double: Billy Crudup (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Tim Battersby ... assistant camera
Julian Bucknall ... focus puller: "b" camera, main unit
Jaap Buitendijk ... still photographer
Milly Donaghy ... clapper loader: second unit
Paul Edwards ... steadicam operator
Wick Finch ... gaffer
Will Finch ... electrician
Jeremy Gee ... camera operator
Philip George ... aerial filming
Alex Howe ... focus puller: second unit
John Jordan ... focus puller
Wayne Leach ... second unit gaffer
Joanne Lee ... camera trainee
Billy Merrell ... rigging gaffer
Chris Plevin ... director of photography: second unit
Robin Stone ... grip
Colin Strachan ... grip
Simon Werry ... aerial camera operator
Glyn Williams ... first assistant camera: aerial unit (as J. Glyn Williams)
Tom Debenham ... director of photography: additional unit (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Jane Cussons ... casting assistant
Sarah Dickinson ... extras casting: UK (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Andrea Cripps ... assistant costume designer
David Crossman ... wardrobe supervisor
Charlotte Finlay ... wardrobe assistant
Dan Grace ... wardrobe assistant
Sophie Lambe ... costume assistant
Yvonne Otzen ... costume assistant
Timothy Shanahan ... costume breakdown
Amanda Trewin ... costumer: Ms. Blanchett

Location Management

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Tom Chisman ... location scout
Bill Darby ... location manager
Pierre Dufour ... location scout
Duncan Flower ... assistant location manager
Hugh Gourlay ... location manager
Benjamin Greenacre ... location manager
Olivier Martin ... location manager
Duncan Muggoch ... location scout
Philippe Pangrazzi ... assistant location manager
Melanie Reynard ... location runner
Aurelia Thomas ... location assistant

Music Department

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Owen Bartholomew ... assistant music editor
Becky Bentham ... music supervisor
Rachel Bolt ... viola
Simon Changer ... scoring assistant engineer
Dermot Crehan ... musician: violin
Chris Dibble ... scoring mixer
Andrew Glen ... music editor
Isobel Griffiths ... orchestra contractor
Simon Leadley ... music editor
Dario Rossetti Bonell ... musician
Bruce White ... musician: viola
Katrina Schiller ... music editor: temp music (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Gerry Gore ... transportation captain
Enyo Mortty ... driver: Julian Armstong
Jean-Marc Pedoussaut ... driver
Ken Price ... driver: construction stand-by truck
Manfred Schumacher ... on-set action vehicles coordinator
Matthew Strange ... vehicles: 4x4
Ronnie Papaleo ... picture vehicle technician (uncredited)

Other crew

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Jennifer Allen ... aerial unit
Kim Ballard ... production finance: FilmFour
Libbie Barr ... script supervisor
Belinda Bennetts ... opening title designer
Charles Bodycomb ... armorer: UK
Lee Brazier ... assistant to Chief Executive Film Four - Paul Webster
Frédéric Cauvy ... weapons advisor: France
Greg Corke ... armorer
Guy de Glanville ... runner
Cheryl Doyle ... administrator
Steve Dyke ... caterer
Wendy Ellerker ... production accountant
Steve Fletcher ... on-set tutor
Linda Gamble ... unit publicist
Anwen Griffiths ... assistant to producer
Nikki Inwood ... stand-in: Cate Blanchett
Scott Jacobson ... floor runner / set runner
Nikki Kasperkiewicz ... production accountant
Alexandra Kosevic ... assistant production coordinator
Amandine Lartigue ... account assistant
Polly Leach ... accommodation coordinator: UK
Krista Look ... assistant: Ms. Blanchett
Sylvia Mackintosh ... assistant accountant
Rhys Maitland-Jones ... sync rushes
Fry Martin ... assistant accountant
Steve Morphew ... stand-in: Billy Crudup
Jack Murphy ... choreographer
Nina Sagemoen ... accommodation coordinator
Deryn Stafford ... production coordinator
Amanda Street ... international sales: FilmFour
Edwina Waddy ... assistant: Gillian Armstrong
Joan Washington ... dialect coach
Dominic Weisz ... armory modeller
Marc Wolff ... aerial director / pilot
Alan Walker ... pilot (uncredited)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Charlotte, a young Scottish woman, who has studied in France, is living in London during World War II. Within weeks she both falls in love with a young pilot and is recruited by the Secret Service to act as a courier for the French Resistance. However her mission behind enemy lines becomes a personal mission to find her lover who has been shot down. Assigned to a Communist Resistance group she encounters acts of betrayal from sometimes unexpected sources, but meets the violence of war and her own disappointment with hope.... Written by

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Taglines The story of an ordinary woman in an extraordinary time. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Die Liebe der Charlotte Gray (Germany)
  • Шарлот Грей (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
  • Charlotte Gray - Uma Paixão sem Fronteiras (Brazil)
  • Espionne par amour (Canada, French title)
  • Шарлотта Грей (Russia)
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Runtime
  • 121 min
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Budget $20,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United Kingdom GBP450,229, 24 Feb 2002

Did You Know?

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Trivia The true story of Nancy 'White Mouse' Wake inspired Sebastian Faulks' 1999 novel Charlotte Gray upon which the film is based. Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard said Mrs Wake was "a truly remarkable individual whose selfless valour and tenacity will never be forgotten". Born in New Zealand but raised in Australia, she is credited with helping hundreds of Allied personnel escape from occupied France. Working as a journalist in Europe, she interviewed Adolf Hitler in Vienna in 1933 and then vowed to fight against his persecution of Jews. After the fall of France in 1940, Mrs Wake became a French Resistance courier and later a saboteur and spy - setting up escape routes and sabotaging German installations, saving hundreds of Allied lives. She worked for British Special Operations and was parachuted into France in April 1944 before D-Day to deliver weapons to French Resistance fighters. At one point, she was top of the Gestapo's most wanted list. "Freedom is the only thing worth living for. While I was doing that work, I used to think it didn't matter if I died, because without freedom there was no point in living," Ms Wake once said of her wartime exploits. It was only after the liberation of France that she learned her husband, French businessman Henri Fiocca, had been tortured and killed by the Gestapo for refusing to give her up. She was Australia's most decorated servicewoman, and one of the most decorated Allied servicewomen of World War II. France awarded her its highest honour, the Legion D'Honneur; she also received Britain's George Medal, and the US Medal of Freedom. In 2004, she was made Companion of the Order of Australia. She died in London on August 8, 2011 aged 98. See more »
Goofs In the opening shot, a train carrying Charlotte to London is shown crossing a viaduct in the Scottish Highlands. The viaduct in question is the Glenfinnan viaduct, and in the distance you can see the Glenfinnan Monument to Bonny Prince Charlie. The train is clearly traveling North, away from London. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in I anodos kai i ptosi tou Nazismou (2008). See more »
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Quotes Psychiatrist: Of these three, which in your view is the most important: Faith, hope or love?
Charlotte Gray: Hope.
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