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|Directed by||Phil O'Shea|
|Produced by||Michael Kelk
|Written by||Phil O'Shea|
|Music by||Terry Devine-King|
|Edited by||Rodney Holland|
|Distributed by||British Film Institute|
The film took place at the 36th London Film Festival in 1992.
- Jude Law ... Young man
- Lee Ross ... Burger bar manager
- Melanie Ramsay ... Young woman
- Callum Coates ... Burger bar skinhead
- Joseph Bennett ... Youth in wheelchair
- Isobel Raine ... nurse
- Ray Newe ... Evangelist skinhead
- David Schofield ... Evangelist
- The Crane at the Internet Movie Database
- The Crane at British Film Institute site
- on YouTube, attached by the BFI National Archive, 3 April 2009, accessed 15 April 2009.
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