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Zoe Telford film reviews

Zoe Telford

British actress


The Last Train

as Roe Germaine

The Sting 1999

Commuter train leaves the Sheffield and soon is crashed under collapsing tunnel. The survivors of the crash realize that decades passed between the crash and the moment they have left the train. One of the passengers knows how it is possible and why they can see no people around.


Deuce Bigalow

as Lily

The Sting 1999

Deuce Bigalow accidentally becomes a gigolo, when he is housesitting for professional escort Antoine Laconte. Even though Deuce is far from being handsome his approach to the clients makes all the difference.


Absolute Power

as Alison Jackman

The Sting 2003

Prentiss McCabe is a successful PR company from London. Here we have the chance to take a look how do they achieve their goals and how they don’t let such silly things as truth or morality to get in their way.


Hitler: The Rise of Evil

as Eva Braun

The Sting 2003

Story of Adolf Hitler from his childhood to the raise of power in whole Germany, but concetrated more on the influences rather than just events.


The Thick of It

as Marianne Swift

The Sting 2005

Department of Social Affairs is run by not very competent people under command of dawdling minister, but luckily they can count on Malcolm Tucker, who will give them wise advise or will scare them to death.


Yes Prime Minister 2013

as Claire Sutton

The Sting 2013

Modern version of Yes Prime Minister - the short story showing the events behind the economical crisis within European Union and how James Hacker struggles to overcome it by very unlike means.

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