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The story of Joan Stanley, who was exposed as the KGB's longest-serving British spy.

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Alfie Allen ...
University Graduate / Activist
Kim Allen ...
University Graduate / Activist
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Peter Kierl
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Student
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Max
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Young Joan
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Joan Stanley
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Detective Philips
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William Mitchell
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Prison Guard
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Leo
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Postman
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Uniformed Officer
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Ship's Captain
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Nick
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Detective Hughes
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Scientist
Irfan Shamji ...
Journalist
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Clement Attlee
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Patrick Adams
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Sonya
Stephen Underwood ...
Reporter
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Heckler at Rally
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Mysteriously suited man

Directed by

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Trevor Nunn

Written by

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Lindsay Shapero ... ()

Produced by

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Kelly E. Ashton ... executive producer
James Atherton ... executive producer
Andrew Boswell ... executive producer: for Twickenham Studios
Cleone Clarke ... associate producer
Alice Dawson ... co-producer
Tim Haslam ... executive producer
Ivan Mactaggart ... executive producer
Jan Pace ... executive producer
David Parfitt ... producer
Karl Sydow ... executive producer

Music by

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George Fenton

Cinematography by

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Zac Nicholson

Film Editing by

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Kristina Hetherington

Editorial Department

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Tom Cairns ... assistant colourist
Malcolm Crowe ... assistant editor
Inigo Manby ... assistant editor
John Percival ... on-line editor
Rene Taylor ... picture post producer
Vanessa Taylor ... digital intermediate colorist
Thora Woodward ... first assistant editor

Casting By

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Priscilla John
Orla Maxwell

Production Design by

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Cristina Casali

Art Direction by

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Sion Clarke ... supervising art director

Set Decoration by

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Tanya Bowd

Costume Design by

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Charlotte Walter

Makeup Department

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Jodie Al-Saiegh ... crowd makeup artist
Michele Davidson Bell ... hair & make up supervisor / personal make up artist to lead actress
Ann Fenton ... crowd hair/makeup supervisor
Sallie Jaye ... make up designer: hair designer
Lucy Oswald ... makeup assistant
Sam Smart ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Beth Timbrell ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Charlie Elson ... crowd second assistant director
Cordelia Hardy ... first assistant director
Toby Spanton ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Frances Bennett ... graphic designer
Wendy Marie Butterworth ... props
Russell Daly ... construction manager
Violet Elliot ... assistant set decorator: dailies
Gemma Louise Etherington ... store person
Sam Farr ... props
Michelle Field ... props
Lucy Fuest ... graphics assistant
Andrew Griffiths ... art department assistant
Elliott Haimes ... props
Douglas Ingram ... storyboard artist
Miranda Keeble ... junior draughtsman
Louise Lannen ... Standby Art Director
Harry Larkin ... Stand By Props
Joanna Maeva ... carpenter
Charlotte Meakin ... assistant art director
Emily Meech ... assistant buyer
Piotr Micyk ... props
Steve Register ... property master
Robin Richardson ... production buyer
Polly Stevens ... assistant art director
Caterina Vanzi ... stand-by props

Sound Department

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Nick Baldock ... adr mixer
Oliver Ferris ... foley assistant
Sue Harding ... foley artist
Sophia Hardman ... foley mixer
Craig Irving ... re-recording mixer
Guido Lerner ... second assistant sound
Tom Melling ... additional re-recording mixer
William Miller ... Assistant re-recording mixer
Dario Swade ... foley editor
Max Walsh ... re-recording mixer
Josh Ward ... first assistant sound
Will Whale ... production sound mixer

Special Effects by

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Peter Kersey ... special effects floor supervisor
Alister Reynolds ... special effects technician
Chris Reynolds ... special effects supervisor

Visual Effects by

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Oliver Cave ... 3D artist
Haluk Tarcan ... compositor

Stunts

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María Jesús Lucas ... stunt double: Sophie Cookson
Jo McLaren ... stunt coordinator
Nicholas Schodel ... stunts
Anthony Skrimshire ... stunt performer

Camera and Electrical Department

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Paul Brewster ... best boy
Wailoon Chung ... electrician
Alex Coverley ... key grip
Barney Davis ... steadicam operator
Ben Gadsden ... camera trainee
James Ian Gray ... video playback
Andy Long ... gaffer
Seán McDermott ... second assistant camera "b" camera
Mike Parsons ... electrician
Luke Redgrave ... camera operator: "a" camera
Paul Sallent ... electrician
Parisa Taghizadeh ... still photographer: additional
Nick Wall ... unit and specials photographer

Casting Department

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Andreya Lynham ... casting associate

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Pauline Bidegaray ... alterations
Martin Clarke ... costumer
Sally Crees ... costume assistant
Carmen Cristea ... wardrobe mistress
Lucy Porter ... costume trainee
Doina Raducut ... principal standby
Hannah Warren ... assistant costume designer

Location Management

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Tom Howard ... supervising location manager
Jenni Lewis ... location manager

Music Department

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Ashley Andrew-Jones ... assistant engineer
Paul Edmund-Davies ... musician: flute
Isobel Griffiths ... orchestral contractor
Julian Kershaw ... orchestrator
Dorina Markoff-McNulty ... musician
Samuel Pegg ... music editor
Tom Pigott Smith ... musician: violin
Graham Sutton ... music editor
Nick Wollage ... score engineer & mixer

Transportation Department

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Dew John ... transportation

Other crew

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Kim Armitage ... script supervisor
Ellie Coverdale ... assistant production coordinator
Alex Critchley ... floor runner: dailies
Lisa Jane Hanley ... accounts assistant
Paul Hillier ... insurance
Elfyn Wyn Jones ... production accountant
K.J. Lamb ... assistant accountant
Jj McAllister ... floor runner: second unit
Richard McNeill ... financial controller
Amelia Southgate ... production coordinator
Sarah Turner ... production assistant
Andrew Ward ... health & safety adviser
Jonathan Wayre ... 16mm film projection

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

English born Joan Stanley, a Soviet and communist party sympathizer, becomes employed as a British government civil servant, and gets recruited by the KGB in the mid 1930s. She successfully transfers nuclear bomb secrets to the Soviet Union (Russia), which enables them to keep up with the west in the development of atomic weapons, and remains undetected as a spy for over a half a century. Written by Unknownian

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Also Known As
  • La espía roja (Spain)
  • Код 'Красный' (Russia)
  • Tajemnice Joan (Poland)
Runtime
  • 110 min
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