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The Fourth Angel -- A man seeks justice when his wife and daughter are gunned down in a terrorist attack.
The Fourth Angel -- A man seeks justice when his wife and daughter are gunned down in a terrorist attack.

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Writers:
Robin Hunter (novel)
Allan Scott (screenplay)
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Release Date:
15 August 2001 (France) See more »
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Tagline:
Sometimes revenge is the only solution. See more »
Plot:
A man seeks justice when his wife and daughter are gunned down in a terrorist attack. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Bond Star Lois Maxwell Dies
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Jeremy Irons ... Jack Elgin

Forest Whitaker ... Agent Jules Bernard

Jason Priestley ... Davidson

Briony Glassco ... Maria

Charlotte Rampling ... Kate Stockton

Lois Maxwell ... Olivia

Timothy West ... Jones
Joel Pitts ... Andrew Elgin

Anna Maguire ... Joanne Elgin
Holly Boyd ... Julia
Kal Weber ... Kulindos

Ian McNeice ... Lewison, MI5 Officer
William Armstrong ... Perry

Garrick Hagon ... Duguay
Serge Soric ... Ivanic Loyvek

Ivan Marevich ... Karadan Maldic
Dorin Rimbu ... Milos Zderiko
Joerg Stadler ... Anton Kostic
Julian Rivett ... Sasha Polenkow
Michael Sarne ... Leo Hasse (as Mike Sarne)
Yuri Stepanov ... Dusan
Peter Majer ... Mirostav Matanovic
Kate Fahy ... Gail (Jack's Secretary)
Badi Uzzaman ... Dr. Mackay
John Ioannou ... Gen. Patakis
Patrick Watson ... U.S. Ambassador
Neil Daglish ... Senior Police Officer
Catherine Hood ... Junior Doctor
Natasha Williams ... Theatre Bar Girl
Paul Birchard ... Pilot

Peter Wight ... MP #1
Eric Rowan ... Reporter #1
Harriett Harper ... Reporter #2
Phillip Manikum ... Post Office Worker (as Phillip Manicum)
Joseph Blatchley ... Gendarme #1
Patrick Albenque ... Gendarme #2
Madeleine Slater ... Ivanic's Daughter
Barry Jackson ... Tarnowner

Françoise Michaud ... Red Cross Nurse
Lee Oakes ... Mugger #1
Alex Lani ... Mugger #2

Kate Henry ... Train Attendant
Peter John ... Comedian at Players
Dominic Lefoe ... M.C. at Players
Ruth Doyle ... Flight Attendant
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Duane Fierro ... Train Attack Passenger
Haider Khan ... Co Pilot

Alex Lanipekun ... Mugger 2
Garry Marriott ... Paramedic
Devin O'Grady ... Soldier

Christopher Schönning
Christian Simpson ... Train Attack Passenger
Will Harrow ... Boy (uncredited)

Goran Kostic ... (voice) (uncredited)
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Directed by
John Irvin 
 
Writing credits
Robin Hunter (novel)

Allan Scott (screenplay)

Produced by
Adam Goodman .... line producer
Heidi Levitt .... associate producer
Al Munteanu .... executive producer
Daphne Park .... associate producer
Allan Scott .... producer
Peter R. Simpson .... producer
Jeff Young .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Paul Zaza  (as Paul J. Zaza)
 
Cinematography by
Mike Molloy 
 
Film Editing by
Nick Rotundo 
 
Casting by
Heidi Levitt 
Jeremy Zimmermann 
 
Production Design by
Austen Spriggs 
 
Art Direction by
Steve Simmonds (art direction)
 
Set Decoration by
Peta Button 
 
Costume Design by
Elizabeth Waller 
 
Makeup Department
Debbie Ross .... hair stylist (as Deborah Ross)
Debbie Ross .... makeup artist (as Deborah Ross)
Catherine Scoble .... makeup designer
Leda Shawyer .... makeup artist
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Adam Barrington .... third assistant director: second unit
Simon Emanuel .... second assistant director
Fletcher Rodley .... third assistant director
Bill Westley .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Michelle Curtice .... art department assistant
Kate Lovejoy .... assistant art director
Meike Maher .... graphic artist (as Meike Meng)
Meike Maher .... graphics designer (as Meike Meng)
Ian Ryding .... draughtsman
Rica Seeto .... art department coordinator
Colin Thurston .... propmaster
 
Sound Department
Tony Currie .... sound editor
Nelson Ferreira .... supervising sound editor
Mark Gingras .... sound effects editor
James Harris .... third man sound
Matthew Hussey .... assistant sound editor
Cory Mandel .... sound re-recording mixer
Scott Purdy .... sound re-recording mixer
Stephen Roque .... sound effects editor
Brian Simmons .... production sound mixer
Virginia Storey .... foley artist
Mike Welker .... first assistant sound editor
 
Special Effects by
Conor Coughlan .... special effects technician
Yves De Bono .... special effects supervisor
Nicky O'Sullivan .... special effects technician
Joseph Ross .... special effects liaison
 
Visual Effects by
Greg Astles .... digital compositor
Jamie Hallett .... digital compositor
Gudrun Heinze .... digital compositor
Shane Kinnear .... executive producer: C.O.R.E. Digital Pictures
Stevie Ramone .... digital compositor
Dave Salter .... digital artist
Robin Trickett .... visual effects coordinator
 
Stunts
Tom Aitken .... stunts
Nina Armstrong .... utility stunts
Vic Armstrong .... utility stunts
Gary Arthurs .... utility stunts
Lee Bagley .... utility stunts
Helen Caldwell .... utility stunts
Stephanie Carey .... utility stunts
Aris Comninos .... utility stunts (as Aris Comminos)
George Cottle .... stunt performer
Gerry Crampton .... utility stunts
Bill Davey .... utility stunts
Dean Forster .... utility stunts
Nic Goodey .... utility stunts
James Grogan .... utility stunts
Lyndon S. Hellewell .... utility stunts (as Lyndon Hellewell)
Stewart James .... stunts (as Stewart 'Tidd' James)
Ruth Jenkins .... utility stunts
Adam Kirley .... utility stunts
Tony Lucken .... utility stunts
Robert Patton .... utility stunts
Chris Pocock .... utility stunts
Matt Price .... utility stunts
Nicola Jane Reading .... utility stunts
Stephen Rutherford .... utility stunts
Alison Ryan .... utility stunts
Christian J. Simpson .... stunts
Eddie Stacey .... stunt coordinator
Matt Price .... stunt double: Jeremy Irons (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Julian Bucknall .... focus puller
Paul Edwards .... Steadicam operator
Michael Green .... focus puller: "c" camera
Vince McGahon .... Steadicam operator
Vince McGahon .... camera operator: "b" camera
Chris Mortley .... rigging electrician
Stefan Stankowski .... camera operator: "a" camera
Dean Thompson .... focus puller: "b" camera
David Wyatt .... first assistant camera: "b" camera dailies
 
Casting Department
Andrea Clark .... casting associate
Ron Leach .... casting: Canada
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jane Lewis .... key costumer
Christof Roche-Gordon .... key costumer
 
Editorial Department
Vaughan Killin .... color timer
 
Music Department
Milos Betko .... score recording supervisor
Peter Breiner .... conductor
Ladislav Krajcovic .... score engineer assistant
Otto Nopp .... score mixer
 
Transportation Department
Guy Bostock .... action vehicle coordinator
Steven Brigden .... transportation captain
Ian Clarke .... vehicle technician
Bill Walker .... unit driver
 
Other crew
Charles Bodycomb .... armorer
Harry Brenton .... production assistant
Julie Brown .... script supervisor
Linda Crook .... assistant production coordinator
Colin Frizzell .... assistant: to composer
Carlton Jarvis .... medical advisor
Carlton Jarvis .... medical special effects
Kenny MacDonald .... production assistant
Laura Miles .... production secretary
Della Moore .... production accountant
Paul Mortimer .... unit paramedic
Rosie Newall .... runner
Jane Soans .... location manager
Clare Whitaker .... unit nurse
Dean Mitchell .... stand-in: Jason Priestly (uncredited)
 

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MPAA:
Rated R for strong violence and some language
Runtime:
96 min
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Trivia:
Lois Maxwell's final film project.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: Elgin and Barnard board a train to Oxford. The train itself clearly indicates Gatwick Airport as its destination.See more »

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4 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
This should have been a comedy, 7 February 2012
Author: Ornlu Wolfjarl from United Kingdom

The only good thing about the movie is the acting. Everything else is a joke, the plot is full of holes and obviously the creators of the film got drunk one night, then came with the idea of making an action film copying concepts from Air Force One, Jason Bourne and a few revenge films and decided instead of doing such laughable preproduction activities such as RESEARCH and PLOT WRITING, decided to play lottery with a bunch of words written on tiny papers, and then put those together to create this... thing. It would have been a great movie if it was more of a satire, like Hot Shots! and Black Dynamite. Instead they decided to make something serious and the outcome is ridiculous. The acting is very good, but their dialogue is quite crappy and without any real sense. Irons and Whitaker do their best to deliver with emotion the words written by, obviously, a 12-year-old and you just laugh all the way. Their idea of putting the protagonist in dilemmas, where he seeks justice but it can't be delivered because of failed politics, is quite good but again, the people who were behind this messed up everything else.

To the good stuff: - Fun fact: The "Serbian" terrorists have neither Serbian names nor do they speak Serbian. There never even was a case of reported terrorism from Serbians. The writer and producer just thought that since they never cared to learn anything about Serbians, then their audience wouldn't have either and they would accept the "Serbian terrorism" story. - Fun fact: Limassol in Cyprus doesn't have an airport - Fun fact: Cyprus is not a desert and neither does it have people wearing jelabias (the white sheets that most Muslims wear) - Fun fact: Terrorism in Cyprus is inexistent.

Being from Cyprus, it was actually quite funny to watch how the British thought Cyprus was, considering they are a significant percentage of the tourists visiting the island. Great!

Short version: If you want to watch a b-movie for the laughs, then this is not bad actually. If you want to watch a real movie, don't bother.

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