Fair Game

(1994)
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It is 1970, there is World Cup and General Election fever. Marco, a wealthy Italian has come to England to discover his true identity. Carl, a student is torn between canvassing for the Labour party, watching the World Cup or going on a walking holiday with his girlfriend Ellie. Their paths cross in Preston library and the three take an epic journey across the Pennines.

  1. Alan Dossor

    Director

  2. Stephen Bill

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Prunella Scales

    Prunella Scales

    Marjorie

  2. Lena Headey

    Lena Headey

    Ellie

  3. Julian Kerridge

    Carl

  4. Polly Hemingway

    Polly Hemingway

    Carl's Mother

  5. Massimo Bellinzoni

    Massimo Bellinzoni

    Marco

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Status Released

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  • June 11, 1994
    TV

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 48m

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