The Raggedy Rawney

The Raggedy Rawney is a 1988 British drama film starring Bob Hoskins, Dexter Fletcher, Zoe Nathenson, and Zoë Wanamaker.wikipedia
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Bob Hoskins

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The Raggedy Rawney is a 1988 British drama film starring Bob Hoskins, Dexter Fletcher, Zoe Nathenson, and Zoë Wanamaker.
He directed two films that he also starred in: The Raggedy Rawney (1988) and Rainbow (1996), and produced Mrs Henderson Presents alongside Norma Heyman, for which he was nominated Golden Globe Best Supporting Actor for his performance in the film.

Zoë Wanamaker

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The Raggedy Rawney is a 1988 British drama film starring Bob Hoskins, Dexter Fletcher, Zoe Nathenson, and Zoë Wanamaker.

Dexter Fletcher

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The Raggedy Rawney is a 1988 British drama film starring Bob Hoskins, Dexter Fletcher, Zoe Nathenson, and Zoë Wanamaker.

1988 Cannes Film Festival

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The film was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1988 Cannes Film Festival.

Ian Dury

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Musician Ian Dury has a small role as a character named Weazel.
His other film appearances included roles in Number One (1985) starring Bob Geldof, the Bob Hoskins film The Raggedy Rawney (1988), and Split Second (1992) starring Rutger Hauer and Kim Cattrall.

Zoë Nathenson

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The Raggedy Rawney is a 1988 British drama film starring Bob Hoskins, Dexter Fletcher, Zoe Nathenson, and Zoë Wanamaker.

Rosemary Martin

Her film credits include It Shouldn't Happen to a Vet (1976), Tess (1979), Britannia Hospital (1982), Slayground (1983), Secret Places (1984), The Dressmaker (1988), The Raggedy Rawney (1988), A Dry White Season (1989) and The Object of Beauty (1991).

Drama (film and television)

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The Raggedy Rawney is a 1988 British drama film starring Bob Hoskins, Dexter Fletcher, Zoe Nathenson, and Zoë Wanamaker.

War

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The film involves the themes of the destruction and futility of war, the culture of the Romani people, and the bonds generated by love and family.

Romani people

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The film involves the themes of the destruction and futility of war, the culture of the Romani people, and the bonds generated by love and family.

Love

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The film involves the themes of the destruction and futility of war, the culture of the Romani people, and the bonds generated by love and family.

Family

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The film involves the themes of the destruction and futility of war, the culture of the Romani people, and the bonds generated by love and family.

Un Certain Regard

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The film was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1988 Cannes Film Festival.

World War II

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The film centres around the character of Tom, a young army recruit in an unnamed time and country (presumably World War II-era Eastern Europe) who deserts after an artillery barrage kills his sergeant, in the process blinding a sadistic officer who tries to stop him.

Eastern Europe

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The film centres around the character of Tom, a young army recruit in an unnamed time and country (presumably World War II-era Eastern Europe) who deserts after an artillery barrage kills his sergeant, in the process blinding a sadistic officer who tries to stop him.