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The Song of Lunch

The Song of Lunch
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Andi Soric Andi Soric
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Siubhan Harrison Siubhan Harrison
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Joseph Long Joseph Long
Massimo
Georgina Sutcliffe Georgina Sutcliffe
Young She
Christopher Grimes Christopher Grimes
Young He
Jamie Baughan Jamie Baughan
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Written by
Niall MacCormick Niall MacCormick
adapted for television by
Christopher Reid Christopher Reid
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Description: The Song of Lunch is a 2010 television adaptation of Christopher Reid's poem of the same name. It was directed by Niall MacCormick and stars Alan Rickman and Emma Thompson. Screened on 9 October 2010 during National Poetry Month, the production is unusual in featuring little spoken dialogue, the action instead being an enactment of incidents described by poetic monologue of the male character. The play tells the story of a reunion between two former lovers in a Soho Italian restaurant. Rickman's character ("he") is a London book editor who writes poetry in his spare time (unsuccessfully). Thompson's character (&quot ... (more)
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