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Charlotte Gray is a 2001 British-Australian-German feature film directed by Gillian Armstrong, based on the novel of the same name by Sebastian Faulks. It is set in Vichy France, during World War II and stars Cate Blanchett, Billy Crudup, Michael Gambon and Rupert Penry-Jones. The story is based on the exploits of SOE's female agents that worked with the French resistance within occupied France (Charlotte Gray is a composite of operatives such as Pearl Cornioley, Nancy Wake, Odette Sansom and Violette Szabo). In 1942, a young Scot, Charlotte Gray, travels to London to take a job as a medical receptionist for a Harley Street doctor. On the train she talks to a man who enters her compartment, where he "interviews" her and gives her his card with the date, time and address of a book launch on the back. Despite the war, social life in London is in full swing and her friends convince her to go. While there she soon meets Flight Lieutenant Peter Gregory, but is interrupted by the man from...
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