The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society

Free-spirited writer Juliet Ashton forms a life-changing bond with the delightful and eccentric Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, when she decides to write about the book club they formed during the occupation of Guernsey in WWII.

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Film Cast:

  • Juliet Ashton: Lily James
  • Elizabeth McKenna: Jessica Brown Findlay
  • Sidney Stark: Matthew Goode
  • Dawsey Adams: Michiel Huisman
  • Isola Pribby: Katherine Parkinson
  • Mark Reynolds: Glen Powell
  • Eben Ramsey: Tom Courtenay
  • Eli Ramsey: Kit Connor
  • Amelia Maugery: Penelope Wilton
  • Charlotte Stimple: Bronagh Gallagher
  • Mrs. Burns: Bernice Stegers
  • Mr. Gilbert: Clive Merrison
  • Christian Hellmann: Nicolo Pasetti
  • Kit McKenna: Florence Keen
  • Eddie Meares: Andy Gathergood
  • Frank Hood: Tom Owen
  • Young Eli Ramsey: Gregory Mann
  • Barman: Richard Derrington
  • Nurse: Dilyana Bouklieva
  • Elegant Wife: Madeleine Domries
  • Guernsey Star Clerk: Philip Ridout
  • German Officer: Marek Oravec
  • German Soldier: Jack Morris
  • Audience Member #1: Stephanie Schonfield
  • Audience Member #2: Pippa Rathborne
  • Audience Member #3: Emily Patrick
  • Audience Member #4: Rachal Olivant
  • Sidney’s Secretary: Alexa Povah
  • Policeman: Steve Morphew
  • Woman at Market: Joanna Hole

Film Crew:

  • Casting: Susie Figgis
  • Director: Mike Newell
  • Foley Editor: Hugo Adams
  • Costume Design: Charlotte Walter
  • Producer: Graham Broadbent
  • Editor: Paul Tothill
  • Producer: Peter Czernin
  • Writer: Thomas Bezucha
  • Writer: Don Roos
  • Producer: Paula Mazur
  • Set Decoration: Sara Wan
  • Makeup Designer: Ann Buchanan
  • Foley: Sue Harding
  • Script Supervisor: Jane Jackson
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Becki Ponting
  • Still Photographer: Kerry Brown
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Chris Burdon
  • Property Master: Noel Cowell
  • Dolby Consultant: Robert Karlsson
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Markus Moll
  • Director of Photography: Zac Nicholson
  • Costume Supervisor: Christof Roche-Gordon
  • Digital Intermediate: Jonathan Collard
  • Production Design: James Merifield
  • Visual Effects Producer: Noga Alon Stein
  • Music Supervisor: Karen Elliott
  • Art Direction: Kirk Doman
  • Armory Coordinator: Ben Rothwell
  • Special Effects Supervisor: Chris Reynolds
  • Music Editor: Mark Willsher
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Paul O’Hara
  • CG Supervisor: Luca Zappala
  • Casting Associate: Kirsty Kinnear
  • Rigging Gaffer: Sam Kite
  • Casting Assistant: Sally McCleery
  • Armorer: Sam Dormer
  • Electrician: Jason Wells
  • Drone Operator: Chris Wilkinson
  • First Assistant Director: Jack Ravenscroft
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: James Roberts
  • Digital Intermediate: Charlotte Barnes
  • Art Department Assistant: Lavleena Korotania
  • Aerial Coordinator: Mike Woodley
  • Assistant Art Director: Kate Suzanne Hunter
  • Electrician: Matt Markham
  • Producer: Mitchell Kaplan
  • Digital Intermediate: Mhairi Wyles-Lang
  • Novel: Annie Barrows
  • Novel: Mary Ann Shaffer
  • Hair Supervisor: Angela Oxley Evans
  • Hairstylist: Lacey Corbould
  • Production Manager: Monique Mussell
  • Draughtsman: Philip A. Brown
  • Boom Operator: Jo Vale
  • Camera Operator: James Markwick
  • Electrician: Nathanael Bauer
  • Choreographer: Lucie Pankhurst
  • Original Music Composer: Alexandra Harwood
  • Assistant Editor: Tony Tromp

Movie Reviews:

  • TrentTX: High quality period piece although the book is supposed to be even better. I haven’t read the book so maybe you will want to do that first. Back to the movie. The cast is superb and the story is compelling. What more do you need? The story has great characters, and the the cast brings out all their emotional interests. The story unfolds in a series of flashbacks as several characters are unwilling to share what happened during the German occupation with intrepid writer Juliet. This works well to build suspense around the overall mystery. Juliet is dealing with her own tragic war memories which drive her character’s choices. Guernsey is like a character too and will probably be swamped with tourists in the near future.
    As far as the present, we can all have a very pleasant journey there by just watching this great movie.

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