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Hannibal -- Hannibal returns to America and attempts to make contact with disgraced Agent Starling and survive a vengeful victim's plan.
Hannibal -- Verger's dinner plans fall through…and so does he.
Hannibal -- Hannibal Lecter cooks up a storm with Detective Krendler.
Hannibal -- A savory menu consisting entirely of Hannibal Lecter.
Hannibal -- A grand reveal of the evening's main course.

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Writers (WGA):
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Release Date:
9 February 2001 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
Break The Silence See more »
Plot:
Living in exile, Hannibal Lecter tries to reconnect with now disgraced FBI agent Clarice Starling and finds himself a target for revenge from a powerful victim. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
Awards:
6 wins & 14 nominations See more »
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Doesn't come close to the quality of the original, but Anthony Hopkins's performance saves the movie. *** (out of four) See more (1330 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Anthony Hopkins ... Hannibal Lecter

Julianne Moore ... Clarice Starling

Gary Oldman ... Mason Verger

Ray Liotta ... Paul Krendler

Frankie Faison ... Nurse Barney (as Frankie R. Faison)

Giancarlo Giannini ... Insp. Rinaldo Pazzi

Francesca Neri ... Allegra Pazzi

Zeljko Ivanek ... Dr. Cordell Doemling

Hazelle Goodman ... Evelda Drumgo

David Andrews ... FBI Agent Pearsall

Francis Guinan ... FBI Asst. Director Noonan
James Opher ... DEA Agent John Eldridge

Enrico Lo Verso ... Gnocco
Ivano Marescotti ... Carlo

Fabrizio Gifuni ... Matteo

Alex Corrado ... Piero

Marco Greco ... Tommaso
Robert Rietty ... Sogliato (as Robert Rietti)

Terry Serpico ... Officer Bolton

Boyd Kestner ... Special Agent Burke

Peter Shaw ... Special Agent John Brigham
Kent Linville ... Geoffrey, FBI Mail Boy

Don McManus ... Asst. Mayor Benny Holcombe
Harold Ginn ... Larkin Wayne, I.A.B.

Ted Koch ... BATF Agent Bob Sneed
William Powell-Blair ... FBI Agent (as Wm. Powell Blair II)
Aaron Craig ... 'Il Mostro' Detective

Andrea Piedimonte ... Agent Franco Benetti
Ennio Coltorti ... Ricci
Ian Iwataki ... Young Boy in Plane

Mark Margolis ... Perfume Expert

Ajay Naidu ... Perfume Expert
Kelly Piper ... Perfume Expert

Bruce MacVittie ... FBI Tech with Lecter's Letter

Giannina Facio ... Verger's Fingerprint Technician
Andrew C. Boothby ... Police Officer
Kenneth W. Smith ... Police Sergeant

Judie Aronson ... News Reporter
Tom Trigo ... News Reporter
Sam Wells ... News Reporter
Ricardo Miguel Young ... News Reporter (as Ric Young)
Joseph M. West Jr. ... News Reporter

Roberta Armani ... Theatergoer
Johannes Kiebranz ... Mr. Konie
Bruno Lazzaretti ... Dante
Danielle de Niese ... Beatrice
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ray Bullock ... Extra (uncredited)
Heidi Burger ... Shopper (uncredited)

Robert Randolph Caton ... Upscale Business Man (uncredited)
Douglas Crosby ... Undercover DEA Agent (uncredited)

Renne Gjoni ... FBI Agent Michaels (uncredited)

Gano Grills ... Red Scarf Gang Banger (uncredited)

Jamie Harrold ... Baltimore State Forensic Hospital Caretaker (uncredited)

Chuck Jeffreys ... Gang Banger with Machine Gun (uncredited)
Cal Johnson ... Swat Team Leader (uncredited)
Raymond H. Johnson ... FBI Agent (uncredited)

Rick Kain ... FBI Agent (uncredited)
Jalil Jay Lynch ... Gang Banger in Basket Ball T-Shirt (uncredited)
Phil Neilson ... Undercover DEA Agent (uncredited)
Frank Principe ... Shopper (uncredited)
Franco Maria Salamon ... Italian Detective (uncredited)

Derrick Simmons ... Evelda Drumgo's Bodyguard (uncredited)

Brian Smyj ... FBI Agent (uncredited)
Sebastiano Somma ... Newspaper Vendor in Florence (uncredited)

Anthony Wanzer ... Jogger (uncredited)
Gus Williams ... Gang Banger with Shotgun (uncredited)
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Directed by
Ridley Scott 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Thomas Harris (novel "Hannibal")

David Mamet (screenplay) and
Steven Zaillian (screenplay)

Produced by
Dino De Laurentiis .... producer
Martha De Laurentiis .... producer
Branko Lustig .... executive producer
Terry Needham .... associate producer
Ridley Scott .... producer
Lucio Trentini .... line producer: Italy
 
Original Music by
Hans Zimmer 
 
Cinematography by
John Mathieson (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Pietro Scalia 
 
Casting by
Louis DiGiaimo  (as Louis Digiaimo)
 
Production Design by
Norris Spencer 
 
Art Direction by
David Crank 
 
Set Decoration by
Crispian Sallis 
 
Costume Design by
Janty Yates 
 
Makeup Department
Wyatt Belton .... assistant hair stylist
Greg Cannom .... special makeup designer
Barbara De Leonardis .... hair stylist: Florence (as Barbara DeLeonardis)
Elisabetta De Leonardis .... hair department head: Florence (as Elisabetta DeLeonardis)
Giancarlo De Leonardis .... hair designer (as Giancarlo DeLeonardis)
Chris Gallaher .... special makeup effects technician (as Christopher Gallaher)
Christy Gonzalez .... creature effects production assistant
Jason Hamer .... special makeup effects technician
Glen Hanz .... special makeup effects sculptor
Darwin Hensley .... assistant makeup artist
John Kim .... creature effects technician
Mary Kim .... makeup effects production supervisor
Wendy McNeny .... makeup effects production supervisor
Alexei O'Brien .... creature effects production assistant
Elaine L. Offers .... makeup artist: Ms. Moore (as Elaine Offers)
Daniele Perosillo .... hair stylist: Florence
Aaron F. Quarles .... hair stylist: Ms. Moore
Sam Sainz .... creature effects technician
Alessandra Sampaolo .... makeup artist
Stefania Santinelli .... assistant makeup artist: Florence
Fabrizio Sforza .... makeup department head
Russell Shinkle .... creature effects designer
Russell Shinkle .... creature effects supervisor
Brian Sipe .... prosthetics effects supervisor
Miles Teves .... special makeup effects sculptor
Todd Tucker .... special makeup effects technician
Wesley Wofford .... prosthetic effects supervisor
Debi Young .... additional makeup artist (as Debbie Young)
Michael Marino .... concept artist (uncredited)
James Parr .... special makeup effects trainee (uncredited)
Jennifer Santiago .... assistant hair stylist (uncredited)
Keith VanderLaan .... makeup effects producer: Captive Audience Productions (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Gianfranco De Rosa .... set manager: Florence (as Gianfranco DeRosa)
Pamela Hochschartner .... unit production manager (as Pamela M. Hochschartner)
Teresa Kelly .... post-production supervisor
David Pash .... unit manager: Florence
Stefano Spadoni .... production manager: Florence
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Julian Brain .... additional second second assistant director
Filippo Fassetta .... second second assistant director: Florence
Emma Horton .... third assistant director: Florence
Joe Incaprera .... second second assistant director
Alberto Mangiante .... second assistant director: Florence
Terry Needham .... first assistant director
Adam Somner .... second assistant director
Alexander Witt .... second unit director
Scooter Yancey .... second unit director (uncredited)
 
Art Department
Chiara Balducci .... leadwoman: Florence
Pier Luigi Basile .... supervising art director: Florence
Jamie Bishop .... on-set dresser (as James Bishop)
Richard Blankenship .... construction coordinator
Lisa Caperton .... key greens
David T. Durboraw .... set property master
Clifford D. Eubank .... gang boss (as Cliff Eubank)
Monica Fedrick .... graphic artist
Antonio Fraulo .... property master: Florence
K. Drew Fuller .... carpenter
Halina Gebarowicz .... assistant art director
Michael D. Harrell .... first assistant props
Doug Huszti .... assistant art director
Howard Jones .... construction foreman
Jay Klein .... leadman
Douglas T. Madison .... property master
Susan Maye .... art department coordinator
Gordon McVay .... on-set dresser
Antonio Murer .... prop assistant: Florence (as Toni Murer)
Sebastiano Murer .... prop assistant: Florence
Shannon Petska .... gang boss
Richard Salinas .... scenic foreman
Alessandro Santucci .... set designer: Florence
Bruce S. Seymour .... propmaker (as Bruce Seymour)
Cynthia Sleiter .... set decorator: Florence (as Cinzia Sleiter)
Robert Topol .... scenic artist
Marco Trentini .... art director: Florence
M. Tony Trotta .... scenic artist
Fernando Valento .... construction manager: Florence
Kevan R. Vickers .... labor foreman (as Kevan Vickers)
Wren Boney .... set dresser (uncredited)
Andrew Carnwath .... set decorating PA (uncredited)
Carl Catanese .... assistant set decorator (uncredited)
Terry Clark .... set dresser (uncredited)
Juliet Guimont .... painter (uncredited)
Jason Ivey .... set dresser (uncredited)
Kristina Kilpe .... set dresser: Washington DC (uncredited)
Doug Mackenzie .... set dresser (uncredited)
Roberto Magagnini .... lead person (uncredited)
Douglas P. Newell .... carpenter (uncredited)
Gregg Perez .... set dresser (uncredited)
Rick Reeder .... set dresser (uncredited)
Jennie Hill Robinson .... construction buyer (uncredited)
Larry Sauls .... set dresser (uncredited)
Bob Smith .... set dresser (uncredited)
Cassandra Smith .... scenic artist (uncredited)
Francesco Valento .... carpenter (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
James Ashwill .... foley mixer
Christopher Assells .... sound effects editor
Karen Baker Landers .... co-supervising sound editor (as Karen M. Baker)
David A. Cohen .... dialogue editor
O.J. Connell III .... boom operator (as OJ Connell III)
John T. Cucci .... foley artist (as John Cucci)
Dino Dimuro .... sound effects editor (as Dino R. Dimuro)
Jessica Gallavan .... supervising adr editor
Tim Gomillion .... sound recordist
Laura Graham .... adr editor
Per Hallberg .... supervising sound editor
Dan Hegeman .... sound effects editor
Doug Hemphill .... sound re-recording mixer (as D.M. Hemphill)
Philip A. Hess .... foley editor (as Phil Hess)
Chris Hogan .... dialogue editor
Craig S. Jaeger .... supervising foley editor (as Craig Jaeger)
Paul Jyrälä .... foley editor
David Kudell .... sound assistant
David Lucarelli .... adr recordist
Paul Massey .... sound re-recording mixer
Tim McColm .... sound recordist
Danny Michael .... production sound mixer
Philip D. Morrill .... assistant sound editor
Tony Negrete .... first assistant sound editor (as Tony R. Negrete)
Dan O'Connell .... foley artist
Michelle Pazer .... adr editor
Charleen Richards .... adr mixer (as Charlene Richards)
Dennis Rogers .... sound recordist (as Dennis Rodgers)
Scott Sanders .... sound effects editor
Andrew Schmetterling .... boom operator
Debora Seaman .... foley recordist
Mike Shuman .... assistant sound editor (as Michael D. Shuman)
Nick Smith .... sound designer: main title sequence
Peter Staubli .... foley editor
Lauren Stephens .... dialogue editor
Jon Title .... sound effects editor
Paul J. Zydel .... adr mixer (as Paul Zidell)
Todd Egan .... assistant sound editor (uncredited)
Linda Lew .... foley recordist (uncredited)
Szabolcs Stella .... cable person: Italy (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Renato Agostini .... special effects supervisor: Florence
Stefano Corridori .... special effects technician
Peter Damien .... special effects shop foreman (as Pete Damien)
Kevin Harris .... special effects supervisor
Mark Nieman .... silicone technician
Michael Peterson .... silicone technician
Art Pimentel .... mold shop supervisor (as Arthur Pimentel)
Terry Sandin .... puppeteer
Richard Starke .... silicone technician
Durk Tyndall .... special effects set foreman
Daniel Acon .... special effects coordinator (uncredited)
Michael H. Clark .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Shea Clayton .... special effects technician: Captive Audience Productions (uncredited)
Vincent J. Guastini .... designer: early concept (uncredited)
Karin Hanson .... special effects hair (uncredited)
Ben Rittenhouse .... special effects technician: Captive Audience (uncredited)
Yori Tondrowski .... special effects assistant (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Rob Allman .... CG artist: Mill Film
Marilyn Anderson .... technical assistant manager: Mill Film Ltd.
Nicholas Atkinson .... visual effects editor: Mill Film Ltd.
Steve Barnes .... roto/prep artist: Mill Film Ltd. (as Steven Barnes)
Sara Bennett .... compositor: Mill Film Ltd.
Tim Burke .... visual effects supervisor
Tim Caplan .... I/O supervisor: Mill Film
Paul Conti .... 24 frame playback
Paul Conti .... CG designer
Colin Coull .... colour timer: Mill Film Ltd.
Gregory Creaser .... digital imaging: Digiscope (as Greg Creaser)
Phil Crowe .... digital artist: Digiscope
Neil Davies .... digital artist: Digiscope
Andy Feery .... lead CGI artist: Mill Film Ltd.
Greg Fisher .... CG artist: Mill Film
Lillan Gahlin .... compositor: Mill Film Ltd.
Katherine Granger .... compositor: Mill Film Ltd.
Mark Hopkins .... compositor: Mill Film Ltd.
Dave Houghton .... roto/prep artist: Digiscope
Laurent Hugueniot .... CG supervisor: Mill Film Ltd.
Nicholas Livesey .... main titles creator (as Nick Livesey)
Ralph Maiers .... digital artist: Digiscope
Jay Mallet .... motion control operator: Mill Film Ltd.
Paul Marangos .... compositor: Mill Film Ltd.
Mark Marcum .... 24 frame playback (as Mark L. Marcum)
Paul Norris .... compositor: Mill Film Ltd.
Emma Norton .... visual effects producer
Janet Quen .... digital artist: Digiscope
Leigh Raby .... filmout manager: Mill Film Ltd.
Richard Roberts .... 2D supervisor: Mill Film Ltd.
Laurel Lyn Schulman .... digital producer: Digiscope
John Sharp .... compositor: Mill Film Ltd.
Chris Shaw .... CG artist: Mill Film
Philip Sisk .... digital artist: Digiscope
Malcolm Woolridge .... motion control cameraman: Mill Film Ltd.
Giacomo Bargellesi .... technical assistant: Mill Film (uncredited)
Damien Cheetham .... post production engineer: Mill Film (uncredited)
Paul Davies .... assistant colourist (uncredited)
Fortunato Frattasio .... visual effects (uncredited)
Christopher Grandel .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Nick Lloyd .... digital artist (uncredited)
Paul Oakley .... technical assistant (uncredited)
Craig Rowe .... technical assistant (uncredited)
Hilda Saffari .... assistant visual effects editor (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Sandy Alexander .... stunts
LaFaye Baker .... stunts
James M. Churchman .... stunts (as Jim Churchman)
Douglas Crosby .... stunts
Billy L. 'Butch' Frank .... stunts (as Billy Butch Frank)
Gano Grills .... stunts
Jeff Gripper .... stunts
Phil Hayes .... stunts
Joe Hess .... stunts
Cort Hessler .... stunts (as Cort L. Hessler III)
Don Hewitt .... stunts
Cinda-Lin James .... stunts
Chuck Jeffreys .... stunts
Cal Johnson .... assistant stunt coordinator
David S. Lomax .... stunts (as David Lomax)
Jalil Jay Lynch .... stunts (as Jaylil Jay Lynch)
Steve Mack .... stunt double: Anthony Hopkins
Chuck Margiotta .... stunts
Anderson Martin .... stunts (as Andy Martin)
Melissa H. Morgan .... stunts
Cynthia Neilson .... stunts
Phil Neilson .... stunt coordinator
Mick O'Rourke .... stunts
Stephen A. Pope .... stunts (as Stephen Andrew Pope)
Derrick Simmons .... stunts
Doug Sloan .... stunts
Lonnie R. Smith Jr. .... stunts (as Lonnie Smith)
Brian Smyj .... stunts
Durk Tyndall .... stunts
Kym Washington .... stunts
Gus Williams .... stunts
David Ambrosi .... stunt driver (uncredited)
Carlo Antonioni .... stunts (uncredited)
Massimiliano Bianchi .... stunt rigger: Italy (uncredited)
Steve Lucescu .... stunt rigger (uncredited)
Stefano Maria Mioni .... stunt double: Giancarlo Giannini (uncredited)
Emiliano Novelli .... stunts (uncredited)
Franco Maria Salamon .... stunt coordinator: Italy (uncredited)
Danny Scalf .... precision driver (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Peter Albert .... video assist operator (as Pete Albert)
David Appleby .... dolly grip (as Dave Appleby)
Klemens Becker .... Steadicam operator
Klemens Becker .... camera operator: "a" camera
Mickey Bergstrom .... video playback assistant: Florence (as Michele Bergstrom)
James Boniece .... key rigging grip
Phil Bray .... still photographer
Ciro Candia .... second assistant camera: "a" camera (as Ciro Candia-Pecoraro)
Massimiliano Dessena .... best boy: Florence
Francesco Di Giacomo .... additional assistant camera: Florence (as Francesco DiGiacomo)
Gary Dunham .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
David M. Dunlap .... camera operator: "b" camera (as Dave Dunlap)
Lester Dunton .... video assist operator
Richie Ford .... rigging gaffer
Antonio Gasbarini .... best boy: Florence (as Antonio Gasbarrini)
Joseph Grimaldi .... best boy electric (as Joe Grimaldi)
Charles A. Harris .... best boy rigging grip (as Charles Harris)
Mason Hersey .... first assistant camera: second unit
Simon Hume .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Mitchell Andrew Lillian .... key grip (as Mitch Lillian)
Charlie Marroquin .... best boy grip
Rick Marroquin .... dolly grip
Daniele Massaccesi .... additional camera operator: Florence
Tommaso Mele .... key grip: Florence
Alberico Novelli .... gaffer: Florence
Bill O'Leary .... gaffer (as William O'Leary)
Francisco Pintore .... additional assistant camera: Florence (as Francesco Pintore)
Marco Sacerdoti .... additional assistant camera: Florence
Robert Spencer .... best boy rigging electric (as Bob Spencer)
Eric Turner .... second assistant camera: second unit
Marta Weiss .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Alexander Witt .... director of photography: second unit
Marco Bargellini .... camera remote operator (uncredited)
Frank Boone .... rigger (uncredited)
Daniele Botteselle .... gaffer (uncredited)
Rob Coughlin .... electrician (uncredited)
Marco Cuzzupoli .... assistant camera (uncredited)
Claudio Del Gobbo .... dolly grip: second camera, Italy (uncredited)
Daniele Dessena .... grip (uncredited)
Stefano Falivene .... camera operator (uncredited)
Nicola Guarneri .... grip (uncredited)
Matthew Haskins .... additional second assistant camera (uncredited)
Chip Ingram .... rigging grip (uncredited)
Jeremy Knaster .... dimmer operator (uncredited)
Thomas Loizeaux .... additional camera operator: Richmond, VA (uncredited)
Greg Martin .... grip (uncredited)
Jim McConkey .... Steadicam operator (uncredited)
Jim McConkey .... camera operator: "b" camera (uncredited)
Harrison Palmer .... grip (uncredited)
Alberto Rogante .... electrician (uncredited)
John R. Sutton .... grip (uncredited)
Christopher A. Thompson .... rigging electrician (uncredited)
Mark Walpole .... additional second assistant camera (uncredited)
Tim Wicks .... electrician (uncredited)
Bob Williams .... grip (uncredited)
J. Dan Wright .... electrician (uncredited)
Scooter Yancey .... camera operator (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Jeanne Boisineau .... extras casting assistant
Stephanie Corsalini .... casting associate (as Stephanie Corsilini)
Lou DiGiaimo Jr. .... casting associate (as Louis Digiaimo Jr.)
Billy Dowd .... extras casting
Billy Dowd .... location casting
Shaila Rubin .... casting: Florence
Burton Sharp .... adr voice casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Linda Benavente-Notaro .... specialty costume supervisor (as Linda Benevente-Notaro)
Linda M. Boyland .... set costumer (as Linda Boyland)
Dan Bronson .... costume supervisor
Andrea Cripps .... assistant costume designer: Florence
Catharine Fletcher Incaprera .... set costumer (as Catherine Incaprera)
Augusto Grassi .... costumer: Florence
Giampaolo Grassi .... costumer
Giampiero Grassi .... costumer: Florence
Marci R. Johnson .... key set costumer (as Marci Johnson)
Bob Moore Jr. .... set costumer (as Bob Moore)
Anna Orazi .... costumer: Florence
Maria Tortu .... assistant costume designer
Amanda Trewin .... costumer: Mr. Hopkins
Susan Antonelli .... seamstress: USA (uncredited)
Robert DeGrazia .... set costumer (uncredited)
Steven Porch .... costume ager/dyer (uncredited)
 
Editorial Department
Valerio Bonelli .... avid assistant: Florence
Gary Burritt .... negative cutter
Robert Drwila .... apprentice editor (as Bob Drwila)
Dale E. Grahn .... color timer (as Dale Grahn)
Steven R. Sacks .... apprentice editor
Wesley Sewell .... associate editor (as Wes Sewell)
Rex M. Teese .... apprentice editor
Fulvio Valsangiacomo .... assistant editor
Christopher Womack .... assistant editor: Florence (as Chris Womach)
Chisako Yokoyama .... first assistant editor
Daniele Sordoni .... assistant film editor (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Slamm Andrews .... music recordist
Klaus Badelt .... composer: additional music
Tonia Davall .... choral contractor
Tonia Davall .... musician contractor
Jim Dooley .... additional arrangements
Bruce Fowler .... featured trombone
Bruce Fowler .... supervising orchestrator
Kevin Globerman .... music engineer: Media Ventures
Gavin Greenaway .... conductor
Vicki Hiatt .... music editor
Steve Jablonsky .... additional arrangements
Jake Jackson .... music engineer: Media Ventures
Libera .... boys choir
The Lyndhurst Orchestra .... score performed by
Alan Meyerson .... music recordist
Alan Meyerson .... score mixer
Gretchen O'Neal .... music production supervisor
Anthony Pleeth .... additional cellos
Maggie Rodford .... music coordinator: London
Gregg Silk .... music engineer: Media Ventures
Tony Stanton .... music preparation
Marc Streitenfeld .... music editor
Martin Tillman .... featured cello
Mel Wesson .... ambient music
Geoff Zanelli .... additional arrangements
Anita Camarata .... executive in charge of music: MGM (uncredited)
Elizabeth Finch .... additional orchestrator (uncredited)
Walt Fowler .... additional orchestrator (uncredited)
Harry Garfield .... executive in charge of music: Universal Pictures (uncredited)
Rebecca Gatrell .... assistant music engineer (uncredited)
Rupert Gregson-Williams .... conductor: choir (uncredited)
Bart Hendrickson .... samples coordinator: score (uncredited)
Michel Henein .... additional ambient music designer (uncredited)
Michel Henein .... assistant music editor (uncredited)
Dom Kelly .... musician: oboe (uncredited)
Ladd McIntosh .... additional orchestrator (uncredited)
Yvonne S. Moriarty .... additional orchestrator (uncredited)
Kathy Nelson .... executive in charge of music: Universal Pictures (uncredited)
Robert Prizeman .... choir director (uncredited)
Neale Ricotti .... assistant music engineer (uncredited)
Pietro Scalia .... music producer (uncredited)
Ridley Scott .... executive music producer (uncredited)
Bruce White .... viola (uncredited)
Jonathan Williams .... musician: cello (uncredited)
Nick Wollage .... assistant music engineer (uncredited)
Gavyn Wright .... orchestra leader (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Mike Barbour .... picture car coordinator
Elisabetta Conti .... assistant transportation manager: Florence
Bob Foster .... transportation coordinator
Jimmy Humphreys .... transportation captain (as Jim Humphreys)
Fabio Mancini .... transportation manager: Florence
Tom Mawyer .... transportation captain
Fabrizio Prada .... assistant transportation manager: Florence
Cindi Randall .... transportation captain
Gilbert Young .... transportation coordinator
John McLaughlin .... driver (uncredited)
Pamela C. Ray .... driver (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Adam Barber .... assistant: Mr. Zimmer
Charles Thomas Baxter .... location manager (as Charley Baxter)
Dawn Blacksten .... assistant location manager
Becky Bodde .... assistant: Julianne Moore
Stuart Boros .... executive: DDLC
Scott Browning .... assistant: Dino De Laurentiis
Patrick Burke .... assistant: Ridley Scott
Teresa D'Agostaro .... assistant: Martha De Laurentiis
Tom Dames .... assistant accountant
Elisabetta DeMedio .... assistant: Dino De Laurentiis
Michael Dorner .... payroll accountant
Katherine Dorrer .... assistant production coordinator
Carla Ferroni .... assistant production coordinator: Florence
James Hancock .... assistant: Branko Lustig
Rob Harris .... unit publicist
Michael R. Kern .... production accountant
Wyatt Knaster .... production assistant
Luca Kouimelis .... script supervisor
Elvira Lamastra .... assistant: Dino De Laurentiis
Milly Leigh .... assistant: Ridley Scott
Sloane Lewis .... production assistant
James Linville .... assistant production accountant
Shannon Livingston .... assistant: Julianne Moore
Harvey Lowry .... operations manager (as Harvey K. Lowry)
Mahnaz Mary Mahdavi .... post-production accountant
John Matthew .... international distribution consultant
Daniela Merlo .... dialogue coach: Florence
Stephanie Miller .... assistant location manager
Tim Monich .... dialogue coach
Nathan T. Murray .... assistant: Gary Oldman
Moanike'ala Nakamoto .... assistant: Hans Zimmer
Gianluca Nardulli .... publicist: Florence
Anna Nicolosi .... location manager: Florence
Hilde Odelga .... production coordinator: Florence
Shannon Petska .... assistant production coordinator
Angela Quiles .... production coordinator
Ian Quiles .... production assistant
Mike Raybould .... production assistant (as Michael Raybould)
Paul 'Sled' Reynolds .... animal coordinator (as Sled Reynolds)
Luigi Riitano .... production accountant: Florence
Ruben Flores Rios II .... production assistant (as Ruben F. Rios II)
Joseph Rochlitz .... opera stager: Florence
Terence Rowley .... assistant: Anthony Hopkins
Angela Savidge .... assistant: Branko Lustig
Neville Shulman .... consultant: Ridley Scott
Ben Smith .... production assistant
Cheryl A. Stone .... controller
Bob Terrell .... craft service (as Bob Terrill)
Melissa Thomas .... technical advisor
Fabio Turchi .... assistant location manager: Florence
Xanthus Valan .... production assistant
Beth Vitallo .... assistant: Ridley Scott
Ty Williams .... production assistant
DeAnne Zarkowski .... animal trainer (as Deann Zarkowski)
Keith Zobel .... production secretary
Simona Batistelli .... production secretary (uncredited)
Troy Benjamin .... location assistant (uncredited)
John Francis Black II .... accounting clerk (uncredited)
Kaz Boyle .... assistant: Mr. Zimmer (uncredited)
Mark Chambers .... production safety (uncredited)
Clay Duncan .... assistant: Mr. Zimmer (uncredited)
Pierre Ellul .... set production assistant: Florence (uncredited)
Michael E. Fajohn .... medic: Virginia (uncredited)
Bernardo Galli .... accounts runner: Italy (uncredited)
Carlos Garcia .... caterer (uncredited)
Steve George .... weapons handler (uncredited)
Niko Godfrey .... additional production assistant (uncredited)
Stephanie Lovell .... additional set production assistant (uncredited)
Norma Marie Mascia .... local contact: Rome (uncredited)
Jeff McBath .... stand-in (uncredited)
Richard McDonough .... set production assistant: Washington D.C. (uncredited)
Joleen Neighbours .... stand-in: Julianne Moore (uncredited)
Phuong-Thuy Pham .... additional production assistant (uncredited)
Kathleen Pirelli .... animal trainer (uncredited)
Luigi Riitano .... location accountant (uncredited)
Ken Roy .... representative: Central Virginia Film Office (uncredited)
Bill Timoney .... adr loop group (uncredited)
Yori Tondrowski .... production assistant (uncredited)
Drew Vandervelde .... production assistant (uncredited)
Robert Zorella .... production assistant: Washington D.C. (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Lorenzo Dominici .... thanks
 
Crew believed to be complete


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Trivia:
Originally, it was hoped that this film would re-unite the principal players from The Silence of the Lambs (1991). It turned out that only Anthony Hopkins and Frankie Faison returned for this film. However, it turned out to be a reunion for Hopkins anyway, as he had previously worked with Julianne Moore in Surviving Picasso (1996) and Gary Oldman in Dracula (1992).See more »
Goofs:
Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): In his lecture on Dante's Inferno in the Capponi Library in Florence, Lecter incorrectly assigns the sin of avarice to Pier della Vigna, who died by hanging; Dante emphasizes Vigna's innocence and says he was unjustly accused by envious subordinates, which drove him to suicide. Lecter also inaccurately attributes the quote "I made my own home my gallows" to Vigna, the quote comes from an anonymous Florentine suicide invented by Dante.See more »
Quotes:
Hannibal Lecter:I imagine your little brother must smell almost as bad as you do by now.See more »
Movie Connections:
Referenced in The Ghouls (2003)See more »
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GOLDBERG VARIATION: No. 25 and ARIA, BWV 988See more »

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25 out of 43 people found the following review useful.
Doesn't come close to the quality of the original, but Anthony Hopkins's performance saves the movie. *** (out of four), 15 February 2001

HANNIBAL / (2001) *** (out of four)

By Blake French:

Some movies are born to inspire sequels but "The Silence of The Lambs" is a movie that does not need a sequel. The Academy Award winning thriller earned ubiquitous critical acclaim, therefore a continuation is nearly incapable of living up to its standards. To make things worse for the highly anticipated sequel "Hannibal," the original film's director and main star bailed out, leaving Ridley Scott ("Gladiator") and Julianne Moore ("Magnolia") filling their places in the credits. It is hard to imagine how this movie could possibly succeed. But the exceptionally beautiful filmmaking, strong performances, intriguing story, and moody atmosphere provoke more nail-biting moments than most thrillers these days.

The story of "Hannibal" does not compare with "The Silence of the Lambs." It replaces tension-filled sequences of psychological terror with scenes featuring some of the most grotesque images and realistic gore to ever make its mark on the big screen. This film relies heavily on the shock factor of such extreme graphic violence, although such content is never excessive or relentless. It has perfect timing. The sheer presence of Anthony Hopkins, in another horrific and career defining performance, often creates enough terror for several movies. "Hannibal" knows that and frequently gives the character more freedom than he had in he first film. But I am not so sure that is a good thing; is it more terrifying listening to Hannibal Lecter discuss his disgusting actions or to actually see him perform such disturbing behaviors?

The film takes place ten years after FBI agent Clarice Starling (Jodie Foster then, Julianne Moore now) interviewed convicted mass murdering cannibal Hannibal Lecter (Anthony Hopkins) while searching for another disturbed killer. Present day: Clarice is involved with a drug bust shoot-out that leaves many dead. Justice Dept. Official Paul Krendler (Ray Liotta), is about to punish her when she gets a call from a the unrecognizably deformed surviving victim of an attack by Lecter. His name is Mason Verge (Gary Oldman), a wealthy recluse who asks that Starling be placed back on the case of the Cannibal, who has been on the loose for ten years.

The movie investigates a lot more than Clarice's experiences with Hannibal Lecter. The script actually consists of two separate stories, one detailing the revenge scheme of Mason, whom is still angry with Lecter after he caused the removal of his face and partial paralysis. The other takes place in Italy, where an inspector named Rinaldo Pazzi (Giancarlo Giannini) is out to claim a multimillion dollar reward for providing authorities with proper evidence leading to the arrest of a local, who turns out to be none other than Lecter himself. Obviously this man does not know what he is in for, and ends up losing his cuts for the money…literally.

Parallel stories are always interesting, but are easily sidetracked with certain characters and or events. What keeps this movie intriguing is the consistent focus on Lector; everything in the story seems to revolve around him. Then again, "Hannibal" is also quite pointless because it solves nothing. Without giving away the ending, I will say that we are once again left pondering about Lecter. Most any movie that provokes thoughts is worth seeing, but "Hannibal" forgets the first film, takes a stand on its own, and once again sets us up for another unnecessary follow-up.

The most apparent conflict many audiences with have with "Hannibal" is the absence of Jodie Foster. Julianne Moore is most definitely a capable and challenging actress, and plays the role of Starling with exuberance and clarity. But Foster is simply better in the role and we miss her dearly. Anthony Hopkins saves the movie; the actor is so intense and grisly in his subtle and classy manner, he once again qualifies as an award nominee. Thank goodness he returned for the role; without Hopkins, "Hannibal" would be nothing but underdone carnage.

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