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The Screen Guide

CHARLOTTE GRAY is a moving story set in Vichy, France, during the Nazi occupation. It centres on a young girl who parachutes into France to help the Resistance and to search for her English lover, a pilot shot down over enemy territory. During her time there Charlotte becomes close to two Jewish children whom she tries to protect from Nazi persecution. When it is time for her to return home, Charlotte realises that her love of France and its people has become more important than anything else, including the man she thought she loved.

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Cast & Crew & Production Details

Director
Gillian Armstrong
Writers
Jeremy Brock
Producer
Sarah Curtis  Douglas Rae
Dir. of Photography:
Dion Beebe
Composer:
Stephen Warbeck
Editor:
Nicholas Beauman
Production Designer:
Joseph Bennett
Cast
Cate Blanchett - Billy Crudup - Michael Gambon
Production Completion Date
2001
Genre
Drama, History and national identity
Co-Production
Australia/United Kingdom Co-Production
Production Company
Charlotte Gray Limited  Pod CG Pty Limited
International Sales
Film Four Distribution Ltd

Selected Awards & Festivals

  • Las Palmas International Film Festival
    (2002)