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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Land Girls, The (1998) as District Commissioner
In 1941, World War II continues to rage. The young men of England have been called to the front to fight. So, back at home, the new regiment is formed. The soldiers? The Women's Land Army, or "land girls," young women of England who are dispatched across the countryside to pick up the slack and pitc
2.
As You Like It (1992) as Celia
3.
Little Dorrit (1988) as Milliner (The Marshalsea-Little Dorrit'S Childhood)
Adaptation of Charles Dickens' least known novel, which is a political indictment of early 19th century England.
4.
Biddy (1983) as Biddy
5.
Tamarind Seed, The (1974) as Rachel Paterson
Rival Cold War diplomats fall in love in the Caribbean.

Casting (feature film)

6.
Fool, The (1990) as Casting/Production Staff
Set in 1857 London, the story of an obscure theater clerk who crosses from one world into another by leading a double life as a carefree aristocrat.
7.
Dangerous Man, A (1990) as Casting
After his World War I triumphs in the Arab deserts, T.E. Lawrence encounters a collection of power-broker diplomats at the 1919 Paris Peace Conference, where he risks his reputation in order to fulfill his promise to create an Arab homeland free of foreign intervention.
8.
Little Dorrit (1988) as Casting
Adaptation of Charles Dickens' least known novel, which is a political indictment of early 19th century England.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

9.
Little Dorrit (1988) as Production Staff Member
Adaptation of Charles Dickens' least known novel, which is a political indictment of early 19th century England.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

10.
Impossible, The (2012)
Maria, Henry and their three sons are starting a relaxing winter holiday in Thailand when a massive tsunami hits the coastline.
11.
Nanny McPhee Returns (2010)
Once again, Nanny McPhee uses her magic to show a group of bickering children five valuable lessons, the most important of which is learning how to get along.
12.
Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging (2008)
A 16-year old girl keeps a diary about the ups and downs of being a teenager, including the things she learns about kissing.
13.
Boy in the Striped Pajamas, The (2008)
Eight year-old Bruno is the sheltered son of a Nazi officer whose promotion takes the family from their comfortable home in Berlin to a desolate area where the lonely boy finds nothing to do and no-one to play with. Crushed by boredom and compelled by curiosity, Bruno ignores his mother's repeated i
14.
Virgin Territory (2007)
Ten young nobles, decide to wait out the Florentine plague in their country estates, amusing each other every evening with earthy stories of love and adventure.
15.
Nanny McPhee (2006)
Nanny McPhee, a woman with special powers, enters the household of the recently widowed Mr. Brown and attempts to tame his seven children. In the process, the children begin to notice that their misbehaving has magical and startling consequences.
16.
Two Brothers (2004)
Set not so long ago in a distant land, the adventures of twin tiger cubs--one shy and gentle, the other bold and fierce--who are born among the temple ruins of an exotic jungle. However, on a fateful day, the brothers are separated by fate. The bold brother is sold off to a circus, where homesicknes
17.
Seven Years in Tibet (1997) as Acting Coach (1st Unit) (Argentina)
In the autumn of 1939, Heinrich Harrer, the famous Austrian mountaineer, and his countryman Peter Aufschnaiter, set out to climb Nanga Parbat, one of the highest peaks in the Himalayas. The self-centered Harrer, whose sole pre-occupation was the achievement of fame and glory, would experience an emotional awakening on his fantastic journey that would take him from the heights of conquests to the depths of internment in a British prisoner-of-war camp, then from escape and a harrowing two-year trek through the Himalayas to the mysterious Tibetan city of Lhasa. As a stranger in a strange land where few westerners have ever visited, Harrer was befriended by the young Dalai Lama, and was asked to tutor the religious leader in English, geography and the ways of the Western world. He would eventually spend seven years in Tibet, during a period of tremendous political upheaval in that country, graced with friendship and the spiritual enlightenment of the young Dalai Lama.

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