Gypsy Woman (film)

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Gypsy Woman
Gypsy Woman DVD Cover.jpg
DVD release cover for 'Gypsy Woman'
Directed by Sheree Folkson
Written by Steven Knight
Starring Jack Davenport
Neve McIntosh
Nick Brimble
Julian Wadham
Hazel Monaghan
Jack Warren
Music by Joe Strummer
Cinematography Withold Stock
Production
company
Overseas Filmgroup
Wave Pictures
Distributed by Sky Pictures
Release date
9 September 2001 (Germany)
13 September 2002 (South Africa)
2 July 2005 (UK DVD)
Running time
87 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Isle of Man
Language English

Gypsy Woman is a 2001 film written by Steven Knight, filmed on location in London and The Isle of Man. It is a romantic comedy, set against the backdrop of the Black Mountains, Wales.

Plot Overview[edit]

'Leon Hawthorne (Davenport) is a recently widowed property developer left to raise his young daughter on his own. While at a coroner’s inquest into the death of one of his workers, Leon meets the dead man’s widow, Natalie (McIntosh). A bright and exotic woman, Natalie’s beauty captivates Leon and after the verdict of the court case comes, he sets out to track the widow down. This brings him into the countryside and on an unexpected journey full of humour, danger and self-discovery as he enters the world of the gypsies... With the help of Leon’s and Natalie’s daughters, they just might manage to sort it out.'[1]

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