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Framed (2009)

When the National Gallery in London is flooded the Director, Quentin Lester, decides to transfer the entire collection to the Welsh caves where the collection was stored during World War II... See full summary »

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Andy De Emmony
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Trevor Eve ... Quentin Lester
Eve Myles ... Angharad Stannard
Robert Pugh ... Mr Davis
Sam Davies Sam Davies ... Dylan Hughes (as Samuel Davies)
Mari Ann Bull Mari Ann Bull ... Minnie Hughes
Nicola Reynolds ... Bethan Hughes
Mark Lewis Jones ... Daffyd Hughes
Nina Sosanya ... Marnie Pope
Margaret John ... Edith Sellwood
Gwenyth Petty Gwenyth Petty ... Edna Sellwood
Guy Henry ... Reynolds
Gwyneth Keyworth ... Marie Hughes
Matthew Aubrey Matthew Aubrey ... Tom Ellis
James Woolley James Woolley ... National Gallery Director
Aneirin Hughes Aneirin Hughes ... Petrol Rep
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When the National Gallery in London is flooded the Director, Quentin Lester, decides to transfer the entire collection to the Welsh caves where the collection was stored during World War II. The entire operation is supposed to be secret and the cover story is that they are a mining company looking to reopen the mines, good news to the economically depressed town nearby. It takes local school teacher, Angharad Stanner, all of a day however to learn what is really going on. She soon has the entire school at the site taking a tour but Quentin's refusal to open any of the packing crates leads to something of a falling out. Gradually, Quentin gets to know the locals, particularly the Hughes family. In the end, everyone benefits and learns from each other. Written by garykmcd

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 December 2010 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

En passion för Mr. Lester See more »

Filming Locations:

Wales, UK

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Frank Cottrell Boyce who wrote this had a cameo role. See more »

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They'd never do this to black people
3 September 2009 | by bingedrinkingisamazingSee all my reviews

I can't believe we're still making programmes depicting Welsh people as bumbling village idiots in 2009.

Stuff your PC rubbish, this is racism, pure and simple.

Also, why did every single person have a South Walian accent when it was set in North Wales? They'd never make a programme set in Liverpool and cast a bunch of Cockneys to play native born Scousers.

Do your research.

In fact, if you're going to make a programme this offensive and inaccurate, just don't bother.

It wasn't any good anyway.


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