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Years and Years

Years and Years



2019

UK

Russell T Davies

2019 - UK ⎮ Season 1 - 6x60' ⎮ World Premiere
10th April - 8:45PM
Auditorium Lumière - Palais des Festivals of Cannes
Cérémonie de Clôture 
In English with French & English subtitles
Ep. 1

Years and Years follows the Lyons, a busy Manchester family.
Daniel’s getting married to Ralph. Stephen and Celeste worry about their kids. Rosie’s chasing a new fella. Edith hasn’t been home for years. All presided over by Gran, the imperial Muriel. But when their lives all converge on one crucial night in 2019, the story accelerates into the future, following the lives and loves of the Lyons over the next 15 years.
And what a world! Everything we fear, and everything we hope for, happening around this tight-knit family. Society gets hotter, faster, madder, with the turmoil of politics, technology and distant wars affecting the Lyons in their day-to-day lives. Set against this, the Lyons have to navigate their everyday hopes and fears, knowing that one ordinary family could never change the world. Or could they?

 

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Russell T Davies

He created the cult British television series Queer as Folk which aired in 1999 on Channel 4, and then went on to revive Doctor Who in 2005, and launched its spin-off series Torchwood in 2006. In 2018, he wrote the three episodes of the mini-series A Very English Scandal.

Years and Years
Credits

Photo Credit : © BBC/Red Productions/Guy Farrow

Created & written by
Russell T Davies

Directed by 
Simon Cellan Jones & Lisa Mulcahy

Photography
Tony Slater Ling & Stephen Murphy

Editing
Billy Sneddon & Jonathan Lucas

Music
Murray Gold

Cast
Emma Thompson, Jade Alleyne, Maxim Baldry, George Bukhari, Sharon Duncan-Brewster, Dino Fetscher, Jessica Hynes, Rory Kinnear, Rachel Logan, Ruth Madeley, T’nia Miller, Anne Reid, Zita Sattar, Russel Tovey, Lydia West

Production
RED Production Company, a STUDIOCANAL Company, in co-production with BBC One, HBO & CANAL+

Sales 
STUDIOCANAL

Broadcaster 
BBC One (UK), HBO (US), CANAL+ (France)

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