LUNA - 1984

Eve Ferret - Luna - TV series 1984 Synopses: Luna is a British television series made for ITV in the early eighties. It's set in the year 2040 in the Efficiecity, a completely enclosed bureacratic city sealed off from the polluted and abandoned outside world. The series focuses on the dimini female (teenage girl) 72 Batch 19Y, and the misfit family she lives with. Officially, names are obsolete and everyone is known by batch codes, but 72 is given the name Luna because she was batched on the moon. She lives with Gramps, an old punk who grew up in the 1980s, and listens to "classical" music such as Human League; Brat, a dimini male from the same batch; and the robot Andy. The sector bureaubeing 80H is constantly embarrassed by the nonconformity of Luna's unit group.

Eve Ferret character: Banktelloid
in "A Bureaubreau in the Hand Is Worth a Pension" (Season 2, Episode 5)

TV series information:
Director: Chris Tookey
Writers: Micky Dolenz (creator), Colin Bennett, Colin Prockter
Genres: Sci-Fi, Comedy, Family
Country: UK
Language: English
Release Date: 22 January 1983 (UK)
Production Co: Central Television

Patsy Kensit (Luna in Season 1), Jo Wyatt (Luna as Joanna Wyatt in Season 2), Aaron Brown (Brat), Frank Duncan (Gramps), Colin Bennett (Andy), Roy Macready (80H), Vanessa Knox-Mawer (32C), Hugh Spight (Jazzmine), Linda Polan (Mother), Véronique Bernard (Andrea as Veronique Bernard), Joanna Dickens (Mrs. 80H), Eve Ferret (Banktelloid), Helene Hunt (Lady), Tim Potter (Rob)