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The meeting of the quiet Helen North and the charismatic Carla on a beautiful Greek island leads to tragic consequences.

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Diarmuid Lawrence

Writers:

Joanna Hines (novel), Barbara Machin
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Lesley Sharp ... Helen
Helen McCrory ... Carla
Iain Glen ... Daniel
Shaun Dingwall ... Paul
Michael Fassbender ... Rob
Henry Ian Cusick ... Matt
Eve Polycarpou Eve Polycarpou ... Sevasti
Dimitri Andreas Dimitri Andreas ... Manoli
Spyros Stavropoulos Spyros Stavropoulos ... Greek Boy
Su Elliot Su Elliot ... Mrs. Bryant
Philip Fox Philip Fox ... Mr. Carter
Melanie Kilburn Melanie Kilburn ... Mrs. Carter
Albert Welling ... Mr. Bryant
Vaggelis Kloufetos ... Detective Sireus
Spiros Zavras Spiros Zavras ... Police Officer
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The meeting of the quiet Helen North and the charismatic Carla on a beautiful Greek island leads to tragic consequences.

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Official Sites:

RDF

Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 September 2003 (UK) See more »

Filming Locations:

Kythira, Greece See more »

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RDF Media,West End Films See more »
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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Ugh
6 September 2013 | by passingviewSee all my reviews

Sought out this film for an Ian Glen performance. Could not stomach it even to get to his scenes. I am just sorry that such a good and interesting actor as Iain Glen has not been better taken up in film, with better parts. He is such a distinctive character, sensitive and having strength as well. This movie is just a mass of confusion and his contribution to it surely did not enhance his career. I credited his performance in Downton Abbey, Wives and Daughters and a smattering here and there. Sorry for him that he had to be involved with this turkey. He seems to have done well in "Thrones," a television vehicle. The lead female character here (not Carla herself) is a cow, unsympathetic and unattractive. Surely a low budget vehicle. Avoid.


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