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Discussion in 'Movies' started by SteveGon, Sep 9, 2002.
I just saw this over at the IMDB:
Oh that's sad! I liked her in No Man's Land. I almost watched Claire Dolan AND Hotel Splendide within the last 2 weeks and passed them up for other things. I wish I'd watched them now.
Here's her full IMDB listing:
"Crime and Punishment" (2002/I) (mini) TV Series .... Katerina Ivanovna
Searching for Debra Winger (2002) .... Herself
From Hell (2001) .... Dark Annie Chapman
No Man's Land (2001) .... Jane Livingstone
... aka Nikogarsnja zemlja (2001) (Slovenia)
"Sword of Honour" (2001) (mini) TV Series .... Julia Stitch
Weight of Water, The (2000) .... Karen Christenson
Hotel Splendide (2000) .... Cora Blanche
Cinderella (2000/I) (TV) .... Goneril
Varya (1999) .... Varya
... aka Byssinokipos, O (1999) (Greece)
... aka Cerisaie, La (2000) (France)
... aka Cherry Orchard, The (2000) (UK)
Topsy-Turvy (1999) .... Madame
Lost Son, The (1999) .... Emily
Claire Dolan (1998) .... Claire Dolan
Hi-Life (1998) .... April
Saint-Ex (1997) .... Gabrielle de Saint-Exupéry
Tranceformer - A Portrait of Lars von Trier (1997) .... Herself
Career Girls (1997) .... Hannah
Breaking the Waves (1996) .... Dodo McNeill
Nightlife (1996) (TV) .... Robin
Merisairas (1996) .... Elena Polakov
... aka Seasick (1996)
3 Steps to Heaven (1995) (TV) .... Suzanne/Candy/Billie
Before the Rain (1994) .... Anne
... aka Pred dozhdot (1994) (Republic of Macedonia)
Look Me in the Eye (1994) .... Lover in Cafe
Nobody's Children (1994) (TV) .... Viorica
Naked (1993) .... Sophie, Louise's Roomate
... aka Mike Leigh's Naked (1993)
Eat the Rich (1987) .... Katrin
Sacred Hearts (1985) .... Doris
"Brookside" (1982) TV Series .... Lucy Collins I (1982-1988)
Thank you for posting the information Steve.
Man, that's a bit of a shock.
Too bad. I liked her on a consistent basis, but she was certainly outstanding in No Man's Land.
On a somewhat off-topic note, Cartlidge's role in No Man's Land seemed almost to be a reprise of her role in Before the Rain. Interesting, no?
Anyway, she'll be missed.
Dang. She was fantastic in Breaking the Waves. When the end credit rolled with images of each actor popped up, I felt like standing up and applaud, especially for her and Emily Watson.
I guess I'm a little late but I just found this out. I've always been familiar with her work, in particular, Claire Dolan. If you haven't seen it, it's definitely worth a viewing.
I was sad at the original news. Bumping the thread reminded me of her passing, as well as the fact she wasn't listed in the Oscar broadcast's retrospective on those who had died.