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Roberta Hanley (writer)
Jeff Noon (play)
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  (in credits order)

Julie Cox ... Angela

Sammi Davis ... Denise Jones

Emily Lloyd ... Kim Patterson

Charlie Creed-Miles ... Stanley Jardine

Guy Pearce ... Jimmy Compton

Sarah-Jane Potts ... Louise

Johnathon Schaech ... Douglas Briggs

Noah Taylor ... Journalist

Ray Winstone ... The Colonel

Twiggy ... Viv

James Bannon ... Adam
Benedick Bates ... Ben
Kristian Taylor-Wood ... Liam

Chris Byrne ... Don
Andrew Clover ... The Prince

Chris Hanley ... American journalist

Phillip Rhys ... Julian Burns
Ryan Smith ... First soldier
Zac Sanders ... Kim's baby
Pat Faragher ... Mother of Louise

Louise Green ... Louise's Sister
Teresa Callow ... Mother with child
Peter Keenan ... Denise's roommate's boyfriend
Kate Whithers ... Denise's roommate
Cosmic Simkiss ... Kim's boyfriend
Matt James ... Barman at dance
Matt Freestone ... Soldier dugout
Wayne Freestone ... Soldier guardpost
Robert Fieldman ... Arnold Greene
Peter Firth ... Louise's Attacker
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Richard George ... Soldier (extra)
Stanley Karran ... Man in Town
David Lewis ... Soldier (extra)

Directed by
Roberta Hanley 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Roberta Hanley  writer
Jeff Noon  play

Produced by
Marc S. Barson .... co-executive producer
Lisa Collins .... co-producer
Jordan Gertner .... executive producer
Oscar Gubernati .... associate producer
Chris Hanley .... producer
Keith Hayley .... co-producer
Betty Mae .... co-producer
Jennifer Peckham .... co-executive producer
Timothy Wayne Peternel .... co-producer
Dan Sales .... executive producer
Bradford L. Schlei .... producer
Louisa Spring .... associate producer
Original Music by
Wendy Carlos 
Cinematography by
Alun Bollinger 
Jamie Fowlds (co-cinematographer)
Film Editing by
Andrew Marcus 
Casting by
Anne McCarthy 
Mary McCarthy 
Mary Vernieu 
Production Design by
Chris Roope 
Art Direction by
Tim Ellis 
Costume Design by
Lizzy Gardiner 
Makeup Department
Anthony Swaby .... assistant hair stylist: Isle of Man
Production Management
Ray Freeborn .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Joe McDougall .... first assistant director
Claire Peberdy .... third assistant director
Calvin Starnes .... second assistant director
Art Department
Terry Royce .... props
Sound Department
Barry Reed .... sound mixer
Keith Tunney .... sound editor
Chrissy Monk .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Jamie Fowlds .... camera operator: "b" camera
Jamie Fowlds .... director of photography: second unit
John Turley .... gaffer
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Brett Cooper .... assistant costume designer
Editorial Department
Robbie Adler .... associate editor
Location Management
Clive Miles .... location manager
Other crew
Angela Bond .... production coordinator
Alex Brindley .... floor runner
Sharon Burden .... first assistant accountant
Chris Byrne .... military advisor
Catherine Gore .... script supervisor
Richard James .... second assistant accountant
Robert Pfeffer .... production accountant
Drew Phillips .... executive in charge
Anna Wilding .... consultant
Peter Winstanley .... production accountant: wrap

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Also Known As:
"Brand New World" - USA (video title)
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USA:102 min
Color (Technicolor)
Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

The Colonel:Do you like me?
Jimmy Compton:Yes.
The Colonel:Do you love me?
Jimmy Compton:No.
The Colonel:[sad] Then you don't like me...
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6 out of 13 people found the following review useful.
A script that deserved better, 27 July 2000
Author: xilk from Helsinki, Finland

A disappointment, I must say, since it's based on a play by Jeff Noon, one of my favourite writers. A psychedelic futurism is sought, with lots borrowed from A Clockwork Orange, but the weird photography doesn't quite fly and it does all get a bit stagey. The cast is very good though, but again, the performances are more theatrical than cinematic. The script is in itself quite oddball enough, and could have taken a more deadpan, or highstrung, or subtle rendering. Just imagine Kubrick behind the camera. Some very memorable moments, my favourite: the prince visiting the newlyweds. It should have been better, but it's still worth seeing (for those who like this sort of thing); ordinary it ain't.

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