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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Danny Boyle; Andrew Macdonald; John Hodge; Allan Scott; Kerry Fox; Christopher Eccleston; Ewan McGregor; Brian Tufano; Masahiro Hirakubo; Simon Boswell; Kave Quinn; Kate Carin; Nigel Galt; Colin Nicolson; Graham Johnston; Zoe MacLeod; Film Four International.; Figment Film (Firm); Glasgow Film Fund.; Channel Four (Great Britain); PolyGram Video (Firm); Leftfield (Musical group)
|Notes:||Film noir; thriller; feature.
Playing time on release was 93 min. on release in the U.K. and 91 min. on release in Germany, according to: Internet movie database, July 28, 1998.
"Dolby Stereo SR in selected theatres."
Copyright notice on videocassette: c1994, Channel Four Television Corporation and the Glasgow Film Fund.
|Credits:||Director of photography, Brian Tufano. Editor, Masahiro Hirakubo. Music, Simon Boswell. Production designer, Kave Quinn. Production manager, Sara Barr. Title music, Leftfield. Costume designer, Kate Carin; sound editor, Nigel Galt; sound mixer, Colin Nicolson; casting director, Sarah Trevis; make up designer, Graham Johnston; art director, Zoe MacLeod. ... Shallow grave, performed by Leftfield, written by Nell Barnes and Paul Daley; My baby just cares for me, performed by Nina Simone, written by Walter Donaldson and Gus Kahn; Happy heart, performed by Andy Williams, written by James Last and Jackie Rae; Release the dub, performed by Leftfield, written by Neil Barnes and Paul Daley.|
|Cast:||Kerry Fox (Juliet Miller). Christopher Eccleston (David Stephens). Ewan McGregor (Alex Law). Ken Stott (Detective-Inspector McCall); Keith Allen (Hugo); Colin McCredie (Cameron); Victoria Nairn (woman visitor); Gary Lewis (male visitor); Jean Marie Coffey (Goth); Peter Mullan (Andy); Leonard O'Malley (Tim); David Scoular (cash machine victim); Grant Glendinning (bath victim); Victor Eadie (freezer victim); Robert David MacDonald (Lumsden); Frances Low (doctor); Bill Denistoun (master of ceremonies); John Bett (Brian McKinley); Tony Curren (travel agent); Elspeth Cameron (elderly woman); Paul Doonan (newspaper office boy); Billy Riddoch (newspaper editor); Kenneth Bryans (police officer); John Hodge (D.C. Mitchell); John Carmichael and his band.|
|Event notes:||"Filmed on location in Glasgow and Edinburgh, Scotland."|
|Other Titles:||Usual suspects--trailer.
Candyman 2--farewell to the flesh--trailer.
|Responsibility:||Film Four International ... present[s] ; a Figment Film production for the Glasgow Film Fund and Channel 4 ; director, Danny Boyle ; producer, Andrew Macdonald ; writer, John Hodge ; executive producer, Allan Scott.|