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These Foolish Things (film)

These Foolish Things
File:These Foolish Things FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by Julia Taylor-Stanley
Written by Noel Langley
Julia Taylor-Stanley
Starring Zoe Tapper
David Leon
Lauren Bacall
Angelica Huston
Julia McKenzie
Terrence Stamp
Release date(s)Template:Plainlist
Running time 107 mins
Country United Kingdom
Language English

These Foolish Things is a 2006 film based on Noel Langley's novel There's a Porpoise Close Behind Us and directed by Julia Taylor-Stanley. It stars Zoe Tapper, David Leon, Lauren Bacall, Anjelica Huston and Julia McKenzie. The drama was largely filmed on location in Bristol,[1] Cheltenham and surrounding areas of Gloucestershire.[2]

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  • Internet Movie DatabaseTemplate:2000s-romantic-drama-film-stub
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