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Jill the Ripper -- A tough guy goes undercover on a personal mission of vengeance into the hardcore world of S&M, to find out who's responsible for the death of his brother.


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21 February 2000 (Slovenia) See more »
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A tough guy goes undercover on a personal mission of vengeance into the hardcore world of S&M, to find out who's responsible for the death of his brother. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Dolph Lundgren ... Matt
Danielle Brett ... Irene
Richard Fitzpatrick ... Eddie
Kristi Angus ... Frances
Charles Seixas ... 'Big Jim' Conway

Sandi Ross ... Mary O.
Greg Ellwand ... Peerse
Susan Kottman ... Mrs. Sorenson

Victor Pedtrchenko ... Joe Jujavia (as Victor Pedtchenko)

Kylie Bax ... Serena
Bruce McFee ... Officer Bob
Kathryn Albertson ... Mrs. Reed
Dave Nichols ... Corner
Diane Douglass ... Katz

Roberta Angelica ... Kaite

Rufus Crawford ... Man in Bar
Garry Robbins ... David Daniels (as Gary Robbins)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
C.J. Fidler ... Caged Woman (uncredited)

Layton Morrison ... Bar Thug (uncredited)
Michael Olah ... Boy (uncredited)
Kevin Rushton ... Bar Thug (uncredited)

Directed by
Anthony Hickox 
Writing credits
Gareth Wardell (written by) and
Kevin Bernhardt (written by)

Frederic Lindsay (based on the novel by) (as Fredrick Lindsay)

Produced by
Helder Goncalves .... associate producer
Damian Lee .... executive producer
Tracee Stanley .... producer
William B. Steakley .... line producer
Jim Wynorski .... producer (as Noble Henry)
Ashok Amritraj .... executive producer (uncredited)
Elie Samaha .... executive producer (uncredited)
Andrew Stevens .... executive producer (uncredited)
Original Music by
Thomas Barquee 
Steve Gurevitch 
Cinematography by
David Pelletier 
Film Editing by
Brett Hedlund 
Casting by
Maria Sant'Angelo 
Angelo Maria Santiamantini 
Production Design by
Tim Boyd 
Art Direction by
Andrew Hull 
Set Decoration by
Rick Gilbert 
Costume Design by
Judith England 
Makeup Department
Paulette Chatelaine .... hair stylist
Matthew Dewilde .... special makeup effects artist (as Matt Dewilde)
Peggy Kyriakidou .... hair stylist
Traci Loader .... key makeup artist
Kiisti Matsuo .... makeup artist
Lydia McDougall .... hair stylist
Porsha Peters .... assistant hair stylist
Porsha Peters .... assistant makeup artist
Production Management
Helder Goncalves .... production manager
Maureen Norton .... post-production supervisor
Alison Semenza .... executive in charge of production
Hanna Tower .... assistant production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Brian Backman .... trainee assistant director
Greg Edmunds .... trainee assistant director
Lorne J. Fortune .... trainee assistant director
Lynn Foster .... trainee assistant director
Kerric Macdonald .... second second assistant director
Sara MacDonald .... second assistant director
Steve Webb .... assistant director
Art Department
Dexter Bonaparte .... set dresser
Sara Campbell .... lead set dresser
Man Lan Chan .... set dresser
Imre de Jonge .... property master
Katia de Peña .... lead props
John Maimnmaming .... props buyer
Trina Martin .... set dresser
Trevor Morgan .... set dresser
Joey Panko .... key scenic artist
John Reck .... construction coordinator
Mazdak Taebi .... set dresser
Sound Department
Leslie Bloom .... foley artist (as Les Bloome)
Sanaa Cannella .... foley artist (as Sana Cannella)
Peter Clements .... sound mixer
Lorita de la Cerna .... adr mixer
Lorita de la Cerna .... foley mixer
Jason Gough .... boom operator
Kevin Hamilton .... adr editor
Kevin Hamilton .... dialogue editor
Jan Kikumoto .... sound supervisor
Scott C. Kolden .... sound designer
Scott C. Kolden .... sound editor
Kitty Malone .... foley artist
Joel E. Smith .... sound re-recording mixer
Dennis Michael Tenney .... sound re-recording mixer (as Dennis M. Tenney)
Matt Willoughby-Price .... sound
Special Effects by
Steven Balogh .... special effects assistant
Subha Dasgupta .... special effects key
Dave Fulton .... special effects key/rigger
Jason Gray .... special effects assistant
Jeff Skochko .... special effects coordinator
Steve Skochko .... first assistant special effects
Kevin Tobin .... special effects assistant
Jasmine Gorett Vala .... special effects assistant (as Gorett Vala)
Visual Effects by
Todd Hall .... optical supervisor (as Todd R. Hall)
James R. Kerrigan .... optical cameraman
Tig Fong .... stunts
Steve Lucescu .... stunt driver
Duncan McLeod .... stunt double: Dolph Lundgren
Layton Morrison .... stunts
Branko Racki .... stunts
Robert Racki .... stunt double: Dolph Lundgren
Jennifer Vey .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Ryan Acker .... key grip
Pat Auge .... focus puller
Paul Begin .... second assistant camera
David Bradshaw .... grip (as Dave Bradshaw)
Sean Burton .... grip
Myles Cartier .... third grip
David Coomes .... grip
Dave Derry .... dolly grip
Tony Lippa .... first assistant camera
Rob Matassa .... best boy electric (as Robert Matassa)
Robert McAdam .... gaffer (as Bob McAdam)
Sean McBride .... third grip
Tom McMonigle .... rigging gaffer
Michael Meagher .... second assistant camera
Andrew Medicky .... first assistant camera
Leonard Mitalas .... camera loader
Greg Murray .... grip
Brad Park .... electrician
James Park .... electrician
Fletcher Patriquin .... camera trainee
Michael Edison Satrazemis .... camera operator (as Michael Satrazemis)
Stephen Scott .... still photographer
Greg Shean .... third electrician
Omid Vahid .... generator operator
Paul Vallely .... electrician
Casting Department
Peter Fleming .... casting assistant
Krisztina M. Neglia .... extras casting (as Krisztina Meuring)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Lisa D'Arcy .... key set wardrobe
Kim Forrest .... assistant costume designer
Diana Jazquez .... wardrobe
Jensa Lyn .... wardrobe
Editorial Department
Mick Erausquin .... assistant editor
Greg Perez .... post-production assistant
Chuck Winston .... color timer
Music Department
Stuart C. Bailey .... music supervisor
Transportation Department
Uros Raickovic .... driver captain
Hendry van der Wath .... transportation coordinator (as Henry Van Der Wath)
Other crew
Elias Axume .... assistant director of servicing
Aaron Barnett .... production coordinator
Darren J. Biro .... location production assistant (as Darren 'D.J.' Biro)
Beth Conwell .... director of servicing
Paul Anthony Davis .... assistant coordinator
Leroy Dillon .... line-up supervisor
Christopher Dobbs .... location manager
Jake Donohoe .... assistant production accountant (as Jake Donahoe)
Jill Duggan .... stand-in
Cindy Duke .... assistant to director
Kristen Figeroid .... executive administrative assistant
Barbara Green .... title coordinator
Lowell Greenspoon .... assistant: Mr. Lundgren
Charlie Harmon .... line-up
Paul Jennison .... production accountant
Marc Kunis .... production accountant
Jennifer Lehman .... dialogue coach
Robert Manson .... location manager
David C. McKane .... office production assistant
Crystal Moore .... office manager
Richard Novey .... vice president of international distribution
Wayne Pells .... script supervisor
John Rauscher .... assistant location manager
Florian Schereck .... production controller
Mira Schiff .... office production assistant
David Steinberg .... legal
Leslie Tokayer .... location production assistant
Hanna Tower .... production coordinator
Barry F. Walsh .... assistant production accountant

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Jill Rips" - Canada (original title)
"Tied Up" - USA (TV title)
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Rated R for strong/perverse violence, sexuality and language
94 min | Germany:84 min (25 fps) (cut version) | Germany:90 min (25 fps) (uncut version)
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Germany:18 | Germany:16 (cut) | Greece:K-13 | Iceland:16 | South Korea:18 | UK:18 (video premiere) | USA:R (certificate #37037)
Filming Locations:

Did You Know?

Tom Berenger was previously attached to star with Gareth Wardell to direct. Wardell had written the first version of the script, which was more closely based on the original novel.See more »
Matt Sorenson:Hey. I gotta get in there to see that film.
Peerse:Oh. Okay, sure. I just got stop by my locker first to, uh, get the invisible potion.
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3 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
A Surprise for me but a good one., 29 September 2013
Author: dragonlady_872 from fort worth

At first I thought, "What the hell is Dolph Lundgren doing upside down?" And then I watched the movie. This one really surprised me because of all the movies he could do he did this. But it was not at all what I had initially thought it to be. Yes there is bondage. Yes there is prostitution and yes there are moments you feel somewhat uncomfortable. (I did) But we have a man who comes home to the funeral of his newlywed brother and finds himself looking for answers and finds them in the strangest places and with the strangest people.

He is met with domination prostitutes, S and M clubs, a house of domination, and even a submissive that is anything but. In the end he does find who is responsible for the murder of his brother and the serial murders surrounding certain people. It just turns out to be the one person he doesn't want to see go to jail. On a side note: Lundgren further surprised me in one particular scene in which he is asked why he did something in his past and the answer he gives is one that made me stop and rewind.

He was brilliant.

His recollection of what had happened moved me and made me see what others may not and may never.

Dolph Lundgren can act.

When given well written material Lundgren can actually do something with it. This movie may not have made it to theaters but his performance made me realize that he's not a bad actor; he's just an actor that needs good material and a supporting cast that care about the craft.

So I'm writing this one up as a well-liked movie. Yes I own it and yes, I've seen it multiple times and I wish that he was given the chance to be just as brilliant in other movies as he was in this one. And no, not every scene was perfect but then again, not every movie has those and if we are honest, even the most well thought out and well received movie has flaws.

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