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Martin Stellman (born in London, July 28, 1948) is a British screenwriter and director best known for writing The Interpreter starring Nicole Kidman and Sean Penn and the 1979 British cult classic Quadrophenia. He wrote and directed the action thriller For Queen and Country starring a young Denzel Washington playing a Falklands War veteran. He attended Bristol University, before joining the psychedelic band Principal Edwards Magic Theatre and is a graduate of the National Film and Television School. He often collaborates with British screenwriter and director Brian Ward.
The Interpreter (2005) Shoebox Zoo (TV series, 3 episodes) (2004) Tabloid (2001) For Queen & Country (1988) Defence of the Realm (1986) Babylon (1981) Quadrophenia (1979)
Harry (TV series, 3 episodes) (1993) For Queen & Country (1988)
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