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Antonia & Jane

 
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From director Beeban Kidron, Antonia & Jane is a look at an enduring friendship between a pair of decidedly opposite people. Beautiful, sophisticated, and self-assured, Antonia (Saskia Reeves) has it all -- or so it seems to the pudgy wallflower Jane ... Read More
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Antonia McGill
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Howard Nash
Stephen Carlinsky
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Irwin Carlinsky
Young Jane
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