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The Delivered ()

Fanny Lye Deliver'd (original title)
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Set on an isolated farm in Shropshire in 1657. The story of Fanny Lye, a woman who learns to transcend her oppressive marriage and discover a new world of possibility - albeit at great personal cost. Living a life of Puritan stricture with... See more »

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Fanny Lye
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Captain John Lye
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Thomas Ashbury
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Rebecca Henshaw
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Arthur Lye
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The High Sheriff for the Council of State
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The Sheriff's Deputy
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Henry, the Constable

Directed by

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Thomas Clay

Written by

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Thomas Clay ... (written by)

Produced by

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Philippe Bober ... producer
Robert Cannan ... producer
Thomas Clay ... executive producer
Lizzie Francke ... executive producer
Celine Haddad ... executive producer
Tom Harberd ... associate producer
Richard Holmes ... executive producer
Phil Hunt ... executive producer
Joseph Lang ... producer
Michel Merkt ... producer
Jenna Mills ... line producer
Anthony Muir ... co-producer
Zorana Piggott ... producer
Evan Richards ... associate producer
Compton Ross ... executive producer
Sean Wheelan ... co-producer

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Thomas Clay

Cinematography by

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Giorgos Arvanitis

Film Editing by

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Thomas Clay

Editorial Department

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Noémie T.J. Phillipson ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Gemma Sykes
Jeremy Zimmermann

Production Design by

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Nenad Pecur

Costume Design by

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Michael O'Connor

Makeup Department

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Marina Altomare ... hair trainee / makeup trainee
Julie Atkins ... makeup artist
Daniele Nastasi ... hair stylist / makeup artist
Sandra O'Brien ... hair designer / makeup designer
Rubén Samos ... special makeup effects artist

Production Management

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Edward Rastelli-Lewis ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Mark Goddard ... first assistant director
Harry Guest ... third assistant director
Ina Lüders ... first assistant director
Charles Oakden ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Jen Ainsley ... stand-by props
Dean Pearson ... property master
Charlie Whiteway ... stand-by art director: art department

Sound Department

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James Barrett ... sound trainee
Steve Bond ... sound designer
Thomas Clay ... sound designer
Dean Humphreys ... re-recording mixer
Nick Roberts ... vo mixer
Heather Walker ... sound trainee
Vincent Watts ... sound designer
Andreina Gomez ... additional sound editing (uncredited)
Angel Perez Grandi ... dialogue editor (uncredited)

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Mark Meddings ... special effects foreman
Graham Povey ... special effects supervisor

Visual Effects by

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Alan Banis ... digital compositor
Jindrich Cervenka ... visual effects supervisor
Alldin Dauti ... fx technical director: Filmgate
Henrik Friberg ... visual effects producer: Haymaker
Rickard Germundsson ... visual effects producer: Haymaker
Christian Lindholm ... visual effects artist
Daniel Nielsen ... visual effects producer
Denis Reva ... digital compositor
Johan Rosenberg ... digital compositor
Kristian Talajic ... visual effects artist
Jirawadee Vittayopakorn ... restoration

Stunts

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Mark Johnston ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Léonidas Arvanitis ... focus puller "A" camera / Additional cinematography
Son Doan ... second assistant camera (as Hoang-Son Doan)
Elliot Dowson ... trainee grip: dailies
Dirk Eichler ... second unit cinematographer / steadicam operator
Matthieu Fabbri ... second assistant camera: additional focus puller
Davey Logan ... grip
Stu McOmie ... first assistant camera: dailies
Nikos Tseberopoulos ... video assist

Casting Department

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Irene Ilias ... casting associate
Claire Robinson ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Melanie Carter ... principle costumes
Josephine Gilbert ... costume trainee
Joanne Mosley ... assistant costume designer
Frances Roughton ... costume assistant
John Usher ... costume assistant

Location Management

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Rob Jones ... location manager

Music Department

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Piers Adam ... musician: recorders
David Blackadder ... musician: natural trumpet
Thomas Clay ... orchestrator
Grace Davidson ... score vocalist: soprano / soprano soloist
John Dowling ... musician: renaissance cittern
Geoff Foster ... music recording engineer
Isobel Griffiths ... orchestra contractor
Robert Hollingworth ... conductor: choir - I Faglioni
Andrea Inghisciano ... musician: cornetts
Sam Jones ... assistant orchestrator
Jakob Lindberg ... musician: lutes and theorbo
Jorgen Van Rijen ... musician: sackbuts
Anthony Weeden ... conductor / orchestrator
Warren Zielinski ... concertmaster / musician: violin

Additional Crew

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Rob Allott ... production assistant
Paul Ashton ... head of film
Andreas Bareiss ... legal counsel
Joseph Cobb ... pre production assistant
Victoria Colwill ... production assistant
Elliott Edwards ... daily runner
Nessa King ... production accountant
Lee Lewis ... Unit Medic
Corin Mellinger ... dialect coach
Matthew Mulligan ... production assistant
Edward Rastelli-Lewis ... production coordinator
Kerry Rousell ... daily runner
Angela Scurrah ... Legal Services
Ian Thackray ... blacksmith

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Plot Summary

Set on an isolated farm in Shropshire in 1657. The story of Fanny Lye, a woman who learns to transcend her oppressive marriage and discover a new world of possibility - albeit at great personal cost. Living a life of Puritan stricture with husband John and young son Arthur, Fanny Lye's world is shaken to its core by the unexpected arrival of two strangers in need, a young couple closely pursued by a ruthless sheriff and his deputy.

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Also Known As
  • Die Erlösung der Fanny Lye (Germany)
  • The Delivered (United States)
  • Fanny Lye liberada (Spain)
  • Fanny'nin Yepyeni Hayatı (Turkey, Turkish title)
  • Fanės Laj gundymas (Lithuania)
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  • 112 min
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Trivia The local accent in Shropshire and eastern Powys of the time was not recognisably "Welsh" or "West Midlands" in the way that might be expected today. See more »
Goofs When Rebecca finally wakes from her exhausted sleep, Fanny says 'Hello' to her. The word hello was not used to any great extent until the second quarter of the nineteenth century and was not popularized until the last quarter, following the invention of the telephone. See more »

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