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Release Date:
3 October 2003 (UK) See more »
A terrifying love triangle. An original twist on a story of divided loyalties, the perils of love and ultimate death... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Andrew Howard ... Jon

Geraldine O'Rawe ... Cathy

Andrew Tiernan ... Andy

David Calder ... Tattooed Man

Mark Benton ... Phil

Clive Russell ... Mr. Michaelmas

Saeed Jaffrey ... Mr. Basmati

Clint Dyer ... Rickets
Peter Waddington ... Priest

Gina Yashere ... Dancing Woman
Perry Benson ... Nelson
Al Ashton ... Fat Dave (as Al Hunter Ashton)
Brian Hibbard ... Gordon
David Pullan ... Playboy
Ian Mosby ... Martin

David Sterne ... Detective Inspector Marlowe
Trevor Penton ... Detective Inspector Jonson
Alan Miller ... Elderly man
Graham Poutney ... Doctor
Glyn Grimstead ... Landlord
Dean Loxton ... Policeman 1
Andrew Blair ... Policeman 2
Pamela Portal ... Lost dog woman
Gabriella Saunders ... Kirsty
Danielle Lyn Saunders ... Kirsty (as Danielle Saunders)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Graham Barnfield ... Dancing party guest (uncredited)
Neil Cross ... Party guest (uncredited)

Directed by
Paul Sarossy 
Writing credits
Neil Cross (novel)

Peter Waddington (screenplay)

Produced by
Andreas Bajohra .... producer
Adam Betteridge .... associate producer
Michael Cowan .... producer
Helen de Winter .... line producer
Alex Marshall .... executive producer
Yvonne Michael .... producer
Jason Piette .... producer
Bob Portal .... producer
David Rogers .... executive producer
Clive Waldron .... supervising producer
Original Music by
Jennie Muskett 
Cinematography by
Haris Zambarloukos 
Film Editing by
Eddie Hamilton 
Production Design by
Matthew Davies 
Costume Design by
Joanna Eatwell 
Makeup Department
Lynn Jackett .... makeup & hair designer (as Lynn Jacket)
Production Management
Claire Trevor-Roper .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
William Dutton .... second assistant director
Art Department
Ben Cooper .... art department runner
Adrian Platt .... stand-by props
Sound Department
James Andrews .... adr recordist
Stuart Bagshaw .... assistant dubbing mixer
Alan Cridford .... production sound mixer
Hugh Johnson .... sound re-recording mixer
Ashok Kumar Kumar .... sound mixer
Miriam Ludbrook .... dialogue editor
Nneka Meka .... FT2 sound trainee
Bernard O'Reilly .... supervising sound editor
Paul Heasman .... stunt coordinator
Adam Kirley .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Joe Allen .... gaffer
Hamish Doyne-Ditmas .... assistant camera
Sarah Gardiner .... focus puller
Sally Low .... additional clapper loader
Dan Lowe .... best boy
Paul Mackay .... second assistant camera
Ed Mash .... director of photography: second unit
Matt Wilson .... electrician
Music Department
Geoff Foster .... score recordist
Ann Marie Shields .... music supervisor
Kirsty Whalley .... score synth programmer
Other crew
Helen Allibone .... runner
Daniel Bevis .... assistant: Mr. Cowan and Mr. Piette
Robin Earle .... safety / climbing rigger
Tony Hagger .... epk: producer/director
Jane Jackson .... script supervisor
Emily Kyriakides .... assistant: Mr. Cowan and Mr. Piette

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Also Known As:
"The Killing Kind" - USA (video title)
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Rated R for violence, language, drug use and some sexuality
Czech Republic:97 min (Karlovy Vary Film Festival) | UK:98 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
Australia:R18+ | Finland:K-15 (TV rating) (self applied) | Germany:16 | New Zealand:R18 | UK:15 | USA:R

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The film takes place in 2002.See more »


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5 out of 12 people found the following review useful.
This hit-man missed the mark., 7 August 2005
Author: Matt_Layden from Canada

Jon is an ideal employee: neat, efficient and conscientious. The torture he inflicts is effective and the kills are swift. Mentored by his tattooed boss, the only thing asked of Jon is total quality. But something happens...and for the first time Jon let his emotions affect his work. Now the tables are turned as the boss and the hit-man face off in the most dangerous kind of business...The Killing Kind."

The main problem with this film was that I just couldn't get into it, it had great characters, a good story and twists that would all account for a great film. But it just missed that thing that makes films interesting. Maybe it was the "low-budget" aspect of the quality of film that made me dis-like the film, or maybe the fact that I thought it was going to be something totally different.

He isn't a hit-man that I would picture, he hardly ever uses a gun (which is showcased on the cover). He uses a pool cue and a fire poker among things. The dialouge does indeed suck, but that's British films for you (Save Shaun and Snatch). The fact of the matter is, this film tries to be something that it's not, which is SNATCH and LOCK STOCK, with a twist at the end that will shock some, but leave the others asking why.

There are some great characters here that could use a touch up here or there, other then that, this film is a disappointment. Skip it for a better British film, because there are many.

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