by Sarah Wooley
A comedy about neighbours, architecture, tradition versus modernism - and James Bond.
In the 1930s the Brutalist architect Erno Goldfinger bought a row of Georgian terrace houses in Hampstead. His plan was to knock down the houses and build a modernist dream home for his family to live in. The only problem was - the neighbours.
Directed by Gaynor Macfarlane.
|Erno Goldfinger||Justin Salinger|
|Ursula Blackwell||Melody Grove|
|Audrey||Sylvestra Le Touzel|
|Roland Penrose||Simon Harrison|
|Henry Brooke||David Seddon|
|Evelyn Fleming||Elaine Claxton|
|Ian Fleming||Monty d'Inverno|