On Chesil Beach

On Chesil Beach (2018)

A different time. A different love.

  • Genre: Drama, Romance
  • Release Date: 2018-01-19
  • User Rating: 6.1/10 from 351 ratings
  • Runtime: 1h 50min
  • Language: English
  • Production Company: Number 9 Films
  • Production Country: United Kingdom
  • Director: Dominic Cooke
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From 351 Ratings
6.3

Summary

In 1962 England, a young couple finds their idyllic romance colliding with issues of sexual freedom and societal pressure, leading to an awkward and fateful wedding night.

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  • Saoirse Ronan

    as Florence Ponting
  • Billy Howle

    as Edward Mayhew
  • Anne-Marie Duff

    as Marjorie Mayhew
  • Adrian Scarborough

    as Lionel Mayhew
  • Emily Watson

    as Violet Ponting
  • Samuel West

    as Geoffrey Ponting
  • Andy Burse

    as Waiter One
  • Rasmus Hardiker

    as Waiter Two
  • Mia Burgess

    as Harriet Mayhew
  • Anna Burgess

    as Anne Mayhew
  • Bebe Cave

    as Ruth Ponting
  • John Ramm

    as Postman Terry
  • Barney Iley

    as Timothy
  • Mark Donald

    as Charles Morrell
  • Imogen Daines

    as Jenny
  • Molly Miles

    as Sonia
  • Victoria Hamnett

    as Elsbeth
  • Marianne Cecil

    as Young Florence
  • Martin Bassindale

    as Harold Mather
  • Daniel Boyd

    as Jack
  • Oliver Johnstone

    as Ted
  • Philip Labey

    as Bob
  • Tony Lucken

    as Man in Soho
  • Esther Coles

    as Woman in Soho
  • Christopher Rob Bowen

    as Cricket Captain
  • Anton Lesser

    as Reverend Woollett
  • Toby Dantzic

    as Bridal Shop Assistant
  • Tamara Lawrance

    as Molly
  • Bronte Carmichael

    as Young Chloe Morrell
  • Terenia Edwards

    as Tina
  • Roseanna Leathley

    as Dana
  • Jonjo O'Neill

    as Phil
  • Claudia Jolly

    as Jane
  • Esther Yoo

    as Violinist
  • Nadia Townsend

    as Older Chloe
  • Ty Hurley

    as Wigmore Concert Attendee
  • Mike Ray

    as Cricket Spectator
  • Claire Ashton

    as Recital Visitor
  • Caroline Garnell

    as Audience Member Wigmore Hall Concert
  • David Cradduck

    as Train Driver
  • Martin Bratanov

    as Blues Club
  • John Kinory

    as Oxford academic
  • Simon North

    as
  • Nigel Eaton

    as Employee in suit
Directing Dominic Cooke Director
Writing Ian McEwan Novel
Writing Ian McEwan Screenplay
Production Elizabeth Karlsen Producer
Production Stephen Woolley Producer
Production Caroline Levy Co-Producer
Camera Sean Bobbitt Director of Photography
Editing Nick Fenton Editor
Production Nina Gold Casting
Art Suzie Davies Production Design
Art Charlotte Dirickx Set Decoration
Art Keely Lanigan-Atkins Assistant Art Director
Art Susannah Brough Art Direction
Costume & Make-Up Keith Madden Costume Design
Production Robert Jones Executive Producer
Sound Karen Elliott Music Supervisor
Costume & Make-Up Karen Hartley-Thomas Hair Designer
Costume & Make-Up Karen Hartley-Thomas Makeup Designer
Production Joe Oppenheimer Executive Producer
Production Beth Pattinson Executive Producer
Production Norman Merry Executive Producer
Production Peter Hampden Executive Producer
Production Ian McEwan Executive Producer
Production Thorsten Schumacher Executive Producer
Production Chiara Gelardin Executive Producer
Production Zygi Kamasa Executive Producer
Directing George Walker First Assistant Director
Crew Polly Duval Post Production Supervisor
Production Louise Killin Unit Production Manager
Art Daniel Taylor Supervising Art Director
Sound Ian Voigt Production Sound Mixer
Editing Brenna Rangott Additional Editor
Sound Lee Herrick Supervising Sound Editor
Sound Robert Ireland Sound Designer
Sound Robert Farr Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Production Andrew Mackie Co-Executive Producer
Production Richard Payten Co-Executive Producer
Art Kevin Day Standby Property Master
Sound Dan Jones Original Music Composer

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