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Photographing Fairies

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Original title
Photographing Fairies
Year
Running time
106 min.
Country
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Director
Screenwriter
Nick Willing
Music
Simon Boswell
Cinematography
John de Borman
Cast
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Producer
Polygram Filmed Entertainment / British Screen Productions / Starry Night Film / The Arts Council / BBC / Dogstar Films
Genre
Drama. Fantasy | Supernatural. Photography. 1910s
Synopsis / Plot
After the sudden death of his young wife, Charles Castle devotes himself to his work as a photographer in World War I. After the war he works in trick photography and exposes frauds, but when a pair of little girls come forth with photos seemingly showing them dancing with fairies. The rational young man travels to the country to investigate the photos and gradually finds himself awakening to the possibilities he has long denied.
Awards
1997: Sitges Film Festival: Official Selection
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