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Gypsy Woman (2001)

At first sparks fly when a beautiful gypsy widow and a lawyer widower meet. He later tries to get her to sign a settlement concerning the death of her husband and in the process they get to know each other better as do their daughters.

Director:

Sheree Folkson

Writer:

Steven Knight (as Steve Knight)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jack Davenport ... Leon
Jack Warren Jack Warren ... Gypsy Boy
Neve McIntosh ... Natalie
Julian Wadham ... Stanley
Forbes Masson Forbes Masson ... The Coroner
Terry Bird ... Callaghan
William Beck ... Gary
Corin Redgrave ... Devine
Lalage Lumley Lalage Lumley ... Tania
Scott Sayer Scott Sayer ... Boy in School Play
Nick Brimble ... Manni
Ricky Clark Ricky Clark ... Thomas
Hazel Monaghan Hazel Monaghan ... Sarah
Sion Probert Sion Probert ... Farmer
Rhodri Hugh Rhodri Hugh ... Policeman #1
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At first sparks fly when a beautiful gypsy widow and a lawyer widower meet. He later tries to get her to sign a settlement concerning the death of her husband and in the process they get to know each other better as do their daughters.

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widow | widower | romany | gypsy | See All (4) »

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Fall under her spell See more »

Genres:

Romance

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 September 2002 (South Africa) See more »

Also Known As:

Cigánylány See more »

Filming Locations:

Isle of Man See more »

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Pleasant English Romantic Comedy
10 August 2004 | by macnificoSee all my reviews

The leading actors (Jack Davenport, whose next picture was "Pirates of the Caribbean") and Neve McIntosh are very good as the "Opposites Attract" couple. Although the plot is formulaic, the charm of the leads make it a very pleasant romantic comedy. She is a Gypsy with a young daughter, he is a snobbish Englishman with a young daughter. They met in a very improbable way, and you can fill in the rest. But even if the formula is adhered to, the beauty of the English (Scottish?) countryside, and the obvious chemistry between the leads lift this charming little picture above the formulas and into its own territory. Highly recommended to the fans of this genre.


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