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Alfie -- A cockney womanizer learns the hard way about the dangers of his actions.
Alfie -- A cockney womanizer learns the hard way about the dangers of his actions.

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Director:
Writers (WGA):
Bill Naughton (play)
Bill Naughton (earlier screenplay)
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Release Date:
5 November 2004 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
A player until he got played See more »
Plot:
A cockney womanizer learns the hard way about the dangers of his actions. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
Awards:
Won Golden Globe. Another 4 wins & 7 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
Jude must be taking the Michael... See more (143 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Jude Law ... Alfie

Renée Taylor ... Lu Schnitman (as Renee Taylor)

Jane Krakowski ... Dorie
Jeff Harding ... Phil

Marisa Tomei ... Julie

Kevin Rahm ... Terry

Max Morris ... Max

Omar Epps ... Marlon

Nia Long ... Lonette

Gedde Watanabe ... Wing

Jo Yang ... Mrs. Wing

Tara Summers ... Carol

Sam Vincenti ... Felix

Katherine LaNasa ... Uta

Claudette Mink ... Bitter Girl

Anouska De Georgiou ... Tonya

Anastasia Griffith ... Chyna

Jefferson Mays ... Dr. Miranda Kulp
Deborah Lynn-Shyer ... Pretty Teacher
Veronica Clifford ... Waiting Room Nurse

Sondra James ... Mrs. Liberman
Dick Latessa ... Joe

Susan Sarandon ... Liz

Graydon Carter ... Wes

Steve Morphew ... Waldorf Doorman (as Steven Morphew)

Sienna Miller ... Nikki

Finlay Robertson ... Bright Young Thing

Edward Hogg ... Bright Young Thing
Martha Cope ... Bright Young Thing
Ben Jackson ... Bright Young Thing

Charlotte Moore ... New Year's Eve Singer

Cosima Shaw ... New Year's Eve Stunner

Marjan Neshat ... Traffic Cop
Gilbert S. Williams ... Elvis - the Doorman (as Gil Williams)

Saidah Arrika Ekulona ... Gilda - the Receptionist

Stephen Gaghan ... Adam

Paul Brooke ... Flower Shop Proprietor
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Lucy-Anne Brooks ... Club Dancer (uncredited)

Amber Cather ... Girl (uncredited)
Dominick Cicco ... Hotel Guest (uncredited)

Angela Frye ... Madison Avenue Shopper (uncredited)

Cynthia Granville ... Hooker (uncredited)
Steve Hamm ... Janitor (uncredited)
Daniel Solazzo ... Pallbearer (uncredited)

Gunna Wilson ... Flight Attendant (uncredited)
Liam Young ... Funeral Boy (uncredited)
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Directed by
Charles Shyer 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Bill Naughton (play "Alfie")

Bill Naughton (earlier screenplay)

Elaine Pope (screenplay) &
Charles Shyer (screenplay)

Produced by
Sean Daniel .... executive producer
Diana Phillips .... executive producer
Elaine Pope .... producer
Charles Shyer .... producer
 
Original Music by
Mick Jagger 
John Powell 
David A. Stewart 
 
Cinematography by
Ashley Rowe (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Padraic McKinley  (as Padraic Mckinley)
 
Casting by
Mindy Marin 
 
Production Design by
Sophie Becher 
 
Art Direction by
Ricky Eyres (supervising art director)
Joanna Foley 
Alan Gilmore 
Marc Homes 
 
Set Decoration by
Penny Crawford 
 
Costume Design by
Beatrix Aruna Pasztor 
 
Makeup Department
Ma Kalaadevi Ananda .... makeup artist: Ms. Sarandon (as Marilyn Carbone)
Fríða Aradóttir .... key hair stylist (as Frida Aradottir)
Sallie Jaye .... hair stylist: Mr. Law
Sallie Jaye .... makeup artist: Mr. Law
Jo Jenkins .... assistant hair stylist (as Joanna Jenkins)
Eileen Kastner-Delago .... makeup department head
Kate Lee .... makeup artist: Ms. Tomei
Kelly Marazzi .... assistant makeup artist
Johnnie Sapong .... hair style designer: Mr. Law
Paul Boyce .... crowd makeup artist (uncredited)
Rose Chatterton .... key hair stylist: New York (uncredited)
Lesley Faulkner .... key makeup artist: reshoots (uncredited)
Jo Houtmeyers .... makeup artist: crowd dailies (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Donna Grey .... production supervisor
Richard Hewitt .... production manager
Cecilia Kate Roque .... unit production manager: New York
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Joseph Aspromonti .... second second assistant director: New York
Gianna DeGiulio .... dga trainee: New York (as Gianna Degiulio)
Ben Lanning .... third assistant director
Cliff Lanning .... first assistant director
Matthew Sharp .... second assistant director
Jennifer Truelove .... second assistant director: New York
Iain Atkinson .... third assistant director: second unit (uncredited)
Rob Burgess .... second assistant director: crowd (uncredited)
Henry Forsyth .... third assistant director: re-shoots (uncredited)
Jude Gorjanc .... first assistant director: New York second unit (uncredited)
Eric Richard Lasko .... additional second assistant director: New York (uncredited)
Olivia Lloyd .... second assistant director: additional photography (uncredited)
Dan Winch .... second second assistant director (uncredited)
 
Art Department
Adam Aitken .... supervising plasterer
Adrian Aitken .... supervising plasterer
Martin Bernstein .... construction coordinator: New York
John Botton .... dressing props
Mark Lambert Bristol .... storyboard artist (as Mark Bristol)
Ian Burrows .... chargehand plasterer
Robert W. Carpenter .... set dresser: New York
Julia Castle .... construction buyer
Alan Chesters .... construction manager
Ellen Christiansen .... set decorator: New York
Dean Coldham .... plasterer: reshoots
Ciaran Donnelly .... supervising carpenter
Martin Duffy .... on-set carpenter
Harvey Goldberg .... chief set dresser: New York
Roman Greller .... set dresser: New York
Michael Gunner .... supervising painter
Les Hall .... chargehand carpenter (as Leslie Hall)
Roy Hansford .... chargehand carpenter
Patrick Honan .... on-set stagehand
Danny Hunter .... property master
Michael Jortner .... assistant property master: New York
Henry Kaplan .... set dresser: New York
Karen Kates .... assistant property master: New York
Malcolm Keen .... scenic painter (as Malcolm Keane)
David Ned Kelly .... supervising carpenter (as David 'Ned' Kelly)
Michael Kelm .... assistant art director
Mark Kimber .... chargehand dresser
Constance Kozelek .... scenic foreperson: New York
Danny Lane .... sculpture: "The Parting of the Waves"
Suttirat Anne Larlarb .... art director: New York
Martin Lasowitz .... property master: New York
Charles Leatherland .... draughtsperson
Timothy Main .... construction foreperson: New York (as Tim Main)
David Mears .... chargehand painter
Timothy Metzger .... lead person: New York
John Moore .... props
Brian Neighbour .... chargehand carpenter
Jennifer Alex Nickason .... production buyer: New York (as Jenny Alex Nickason)
Ian Pape .... on-set rigger
Alan Payne .... graphic designer
Dave Pearce .... chargehand carpenter
Eva Radke .... art department coordinator: New York
Ray Roffe .... chargehand plasterer
Alija Sehapovic .... set dresser: New York
Adam Stockhausen .... assistant art director: New York
Greg Sullivan .... charge scenic: New York
Micky Swift .... chargehand props
Phil Sykes .... assistant art director
Joe Taglairino .... on-set dresser: New York
Jim Taylor .... supervising plasterer
Dave Thompson .... chargehand painter (as David Thompson)
Jessie Walker .... on-set scenic: New York
John Watts .... chargehand painter
Brian Webb .... supervising stagehand
Michael Webb .... supervising stagehand
Terry Wells .... chargehand dresser
Rosanna Westwood .... art department coordinator
Kevin Wheeler .... supervising props
Steve Williamson .... supervising painter
Debbie Wilson .... production buyer
Ashley Winter .... draughtsperson
Eddie Wolstencroft .... on-set painter (as Eddie Wolstonencroft)
Ian Zawadzki .... scenic painter
Ann Marie Auricchio .... scenic artist (uncredited)
Tony Chance .... storyboard artist (uncredited)
Mick Chubbock .... plasterer (uncredited)
Paul Hearn .... props (uncredited)
Paul Inglis .... art director: reshoots (uncredited)
Derrick Kardos .... additional graphic designer: props (uncredited)
Lisa Kent .... buyer (uncredited)
Kimberley Pope .... art department assistant (uncredited)
Jeffrey Rollins .... set dresser (uncredited)
Dylan Sheridan .... additional props (uncredited)
Rodney Sterbenz .... set dresser (uncredited)
Anthony Szuch .... drapesman (uncredited)
Lloyd Vincent .... stand-by prop (uncredited)
Catherine Whiting .... art department assistant (uncredited)
Ian Zawadzki .... painter (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Christopher Ackland .... supervising sound effects editor
Ben Barker .... sound effects editor
Harry Barnes .... foley editor
Peter Burgess .... foley artist
John Casali .... sound maintenance
Ed Colyer .... foley mixer (as Edward Colyer)
David Crozier .... production sound mixer
Andie Derrick .... foley artist
Susan French .... adr editor
Mark Goodermote .... boom operator: New York (as Mark Alan Goodermote)
Matthew Gough .... sound re-recording mixer
Max Hoskins .... supervising dialogue editor
Drew Kunin .... sound mixer: New York
Sam Okell .... assistant sound engineer
Mike Prestwood Smith .... sound re-recording mixer
Alexandra Raveane .... assistant sound editor
Steve F.B. Smith .... consultant: Dolby Sound
Mirek Stiles .... assistant sound engineer
Andy Thompson .... adr mixer
David Tyler .... assistant foley recordist
Michael Wabro .... sound editor
Karl Wasserman .... sound utility: New York (as Karl G.E. Wasserman)
Mark Appleby .... assistant adr mixer (uncredited)
James Bennett .... adr recordist (uncredited)
John Casali .... boom operator (uncredited)
Tony Currie .... sound editor (uncredited)
Colette D. Dahanne .... temp dub mixer (uncredited)
Mark DeSimone .... adr mixer: New York (uncredited)
Rik Elliott .... adr assistant (uncredited)
Phil Freudenfeld .... sound technician (uncredited)
Jamie Gambell .... additional boom operator (uncredited)
Ben Greaves .... additional second boom operator (uncredited)
Steve Hancock .... sound studio technician (uncredited)
Simon Hayter .... additional sound recordist (uncredited)
Larry Hopkins .... layback sound mixer (uncredited)
Jerome McCann .... playback operator (uncredited)
Doug Sinclair .... sound editor (uncredited)
Chris Sturmer .... consultant: Dolby film sound (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
J.C. Brotherhood .... special effects coordinator: New York (as JC Brotherhood)
Ricky Farns .... special effects supervisor
Chris Jordan .... special effects foreperson: New York
Mervyn Loynes .... senior special effects technician
Jonathan Bullock .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Mark Roberts .... special effects technician (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
John Benn .... scanning and recording: Cinesite
Dani Cohen .... 2D compositor: Cinesite
Aimee Dadswell .... visual effects producer: Cinesite (as Aimée Dadswell)
Keith Devlin .... sequence supervisor: Cinesite
Kevin Horsewood .... digital colorist: One Post
Lorraine Johnson .... scanning and recording: Cinesite
Simon Johnson .... scanning and recording: Cinesite
Kirsty Lawlor .... 2D compositor: Cinesite
Sue Rowe .... visual effects supervisor: Cinesite
Christoph Schinko .... 3D animator: Cinesite
Ben Turner .... 2D compositor: Cinesite
Courtney Vanderslice .... production executive: Cinesite (as Courtney Vanderslice-Law)
Kathy Wise .... digital I/O: Cinesite
Christopher Womack .... assistant visual effects editor (as Chris Womack)
Lee Chidwick .... digital I/O (uncredited)
Tiffany Cullum .... 3D manager: Cinesite (uncredited)
Ben Flatter .... bidding coordinator (uncredited)
Dan Harrod .... digital artist (uncredited)
Bruno Lesieur .... lighting technical director (uncredited)
Jan Meade .... projectionist: Cinesite (uncredited)
Danielle Nadal .... digital I/O (uncredited)
Clare Norman .... visual effects producer (uncredited)
Venetia Penna .... scanning and recording: Cinesite (uncredited)
Jason Snyman .... visual effects (uncredited)
Clare Tinsley .... scanning coordinator (uncredited)
 
Stunts
G.A. Aguilar .... stunt coordinator (as George Aguilar)
Jared Burke .... stunts
Nicole Callender .... stunts
Chris Cenatiempo .... stunts
Bob Colletti .... stunts
Blaise Corrigan .... stunts
William Cote .... stunts (as William Kruschwitz)
Douglas Crosby .... stunts
Jeffrey Lee Gibson .... stunts (as Jeffrey L. Gibson)
Janet Paparazzo .... stunts
Jodi Michelle Pynn .... stunts
Terry Serpico .... stunts
Jay Spadaro .... stunts
Peter Epstein .... stunts (uncredited)
Steve Griffin .... stunt coordinator (uncredited)
Mark Norby .... stunt double: Jude Law (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
David Appleby .... still photographer
Terrence C. Burke .... grip: New York (as Terrence Burke)
Tony Burns .... electrician (as Tony Burnes)
Rod Calarco .... second assistant photographer: New York
Andrew Casey .... Steadicam operator: "b" camera, New York
Andrew Casey .... camera operator: "b" camera, New York
Ian Clark .... first assistant photographer
Anthony J. Cox .... grip: New York
Divine Cox .... grip: New York (as Devine Cox)
Lamont Crawford .... grip: New York
Bryan Dolan .... electrician: New York (as Brian Dolan)
Thomas Dolan .... assistant chief lighting technician: New York (as Tom Dolan)
John Evans .... second assistant camera
Gregory Farrell .... assistant chief rigging electrician: New York
Stanley Fernandez Jr. .... first assistant camera: "b" camera, New York (as Stanley Fernandez)
John Flanagan .... rigging electrician: New York (as John Flanagen)
Jay Fortune .... chief lighting technician: New York
Robert Fowle .... second company grip
Dave Fox .... rigging grip
Brad Goss .... dolly grip operator: New York
Lukasz Jogalla .... camera operator: New York
Joanne Lee .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Stephen Lee .... video assist
Andy Long .... chief lighting technician
Dennis Malone .... rigging electrician: New York
James Malone .... chief rigging electrician: New York (as James 'Mugsy' Malone)
Dave McAllister .... second company grip: New York (as David McAllister)
Brian McClean .... electrician: New York (as Brian Mclean)
Vince McGahon .... Steadicam operator
Vince McGahon .... camera operator: "b" camera
Brian Mcgivern .... generator operator (as Brian McGivern)
Jim McMillan Jr. .... grip: New York (as James McMillan Jr.)
James McMillan .... first company grip: New York
Mark Melendez .... rigging electrician: New York
Joe Morrone .... film loader: New York
George Motz .... additional photographer: New York
John Pitt .... chief rigging grip
Christopher Raymond .... second assistant camera: "b" camera, New York (as Chris Raymond)
John Robinson .... first company grip
Roy Rowland .... electrician (as Roy Rowlands)
Daniel Salk .... video assist: New York (as Daniel R. Salk)
Norbert Schoerner .... photographer: Nikki's montage (as Norbert Shoerner)
Ross Slater .... rigging grip
Iain Struthers .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
William Tracey .... assistant chief lighting technician (as Bill Tracey)
Christopher Vaccaro .... grip: New York (as Chris Vaccaro)
Craig Vaccaro .... first company rigging grip: New York
Nicky 'Nuckles' Vaccaro .... second company rigging grip: New York (as Nicholas Vaccaro)
David Wall .... electrician
James C. Walsh .... rigging electrician: New York
Martyn Welland .... electrician
Dave Brennan .... rigging electrician (uncredited)
Bob Calandro .... grip (uncredited)
Barny Crocker .... clapper loader (uncredited)
Kate Filby .... clapper loader: additional photography (uncredited)
Wick Finch .... gaffer: second unit (uncredited)
Will Finch .... electrician (uncredited)
Rory Fry .... assistant video operator (uncredited)
Alan Grayley .... rigging electrician (uncredited)
Steve Hideg .... crane technician (uncredited)
Paul Jarvis .... electrician (uncredited)
Wayne King .... electrician (uncredited)
Steve Lawes .... focus puller: second unit (uncredited)
Campbell McIntosh .... gaffer: additional photography (uncredited)
George Motz .... camera operator (uncredited)
Andy Mountain .... light console operator (uncredited)
Gary Parnham .... rigging electrician (uncredited)
John Romeo .... assistant camera (uncredited)
Andy Thomson .... crane technician (uncredited)
Mark Tillie .... special still photographer (uncredited)
Terry Williams .... key grip additional photography' (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Rosalie Clayton .... casting assistant: UK
Nina Gold .... casting: UK
Cathy Weiner .... casting associate
Tamara Gillon .... casting associate (uncredited)
Sasha Robertson .... additional casting (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Joaquin Ballabriga .... assistant costume designer
Joseph Cigliano .... costumer
Joseph Cigliano .... wardrobe: New York (as Joseph A. Cigliano)
Lynne Maureen Curtis .... wardrobe supervisor: New York
Philip Goldsworthy .... costumer (as Phil Goldsworthy)
Dan Grace .... dresser: Mr. Law
Josie Martin .... costumer
Shirley Nevin .... wardrobe supervisor
Janna Notick .... wardrobe supervisor: New York
Alexis Scott .... assistant costume designer: New York
Faith Thomas .... chief costumer
Camille Loftus .... costume design production assistant (uncredited)
Estella Marie .... seamstress (uncredited)
Jacqueline Mulligan .... costume maker (uncredited)
Julia Patkos .... costume design assistant (uncredited)
 
Editorial Department
Matt Adams .... digital intermediate producer: One Post
Rob Gordon .... digital online assembler: One Post
Mark Lane .... assistant editor
Lisa Mantoux .... editorial production assistant
Jonathan Taylor .... assistant editor: avid
Jason Wheeler .... negative cutter
Christopher Womack .... assistant film editor (as Chris Womack)
Paul Jones .... digital intermediate manager (uncredited)
Jason Keever .... post-production assistant (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Justine Angus .... assistant music editor
Peter Clarke .... music editor
Peter Cobbin .... music recordist
Ned Douglas .... music programmer
Felix Erskine .... music producer assistant
Isobel Griffiths .... orchestra contractor
Nick Ingman .... orchestrator
Mick Jagger .... executive music producer
Mick Jagger .... performer: original songs
Daniel Lerner .... additional music programmer
Daniel Lerner .... additional music recordist
Cliff Masterson .... orchestrator
Stephen McLaughlin .... music mixer (as Steve McLaughlin)
James Shearman .... orchestrator
Tony Stanton .... music preparation
David A. Stewart .... executive music producer
David A. Stewart .... performer: original songs
David Tickle .... music recordist
Gavyn Wright .... orchestra leader
Tom Chichester-Clark .... technical score advisor (uncredited)
Roland Heap .... assistant scoring engineer (uncredited)
Paul Kegg .... musician: cello (uncredited)
Stephen McLaughlin .... music producer (uncredited)
Stuart Morton .... assistant music editor (uncredited)
Bruce White .... viola (uncredited)
Jonathan Williams .... musician: cello (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Michael Fennimore .... transportation co-captain: New York (as Michael Fennimor)
Kevin Keefe .... transportation captain: New York
Kristopher Keefe .... transportation co-captain: New York (as Kristopher K. Keefe)
Gerry Turner .... transportation manager
Elan Berkovits .... transportation (uncredited)
Bobby Marsh .... driver (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Mel Agace .... title designer
Jeanette Agaronoff .... assistant: Ms. Pope
Libbie Barr .... script supervisor
Karen Birtchnell .... assistant auditor
Litza Bixler .... choreographer
Bruce A. Block .... visual consultant
James Bolton .... assistant: Ms. Phillips
Aneikit Bonnel .... production assistant: New York
Beryl Brown .... assistant auditor
Patty Carey .... location manager: New York (as Patty Carey Perazzo)
Jennifer Corley .... production assistant: New York
Susan d'Arcy .... unit publicist (as Susan D'Arcy)
Bill Darby .... location manager
Teresa Darby .... assistant location manager
Heather Dixon .... assistant: Mr. Daniel
Jacq Donegan .... additional production secretary: New York
Mark Edlitz .... assistant: Ms. Sarandon
Daniel Elefante .... production assistant: New York (as Dan Elefante)
Tina Ellis .... production auditor
Meryl Emmerton .... production coordinator: New York
Valerie Evering .... production assistant: New York
Jason Farrar .... assistant location manager: New York
James Feldman .... production assistant: New York
Kathleen Fellegara .... medic: New York (as Kathy Fellegara)
Rich Fellegara .... medic: New York
Lisa Gardner .... medic
Tom Graziano .... production assistant: New York
Adam Greene .... production assistant: New York
Nate Grubb .... production assistant: New York
Ben Jackson .... assistant: Mr. Law
Matthew Jenkins .... production assistant
Martin Joy .... assistant location manager
Jemma Kearney .... assistant: Susan Sarandon
Robert F. Kocourek .... financial controller (as Robert Kocourek)
Matt Lake .... production assistant: New York
Sarah Lewis .... production assistant
Ilana Lifshitz .... production secretary: New York
Natasha Llewelyn .... production assistant
Richard Mancuso .... production auditor: New York
Emma McGettrick .... production assistant
Natasha McLeod .... assistant: Mr. Shyer (as Natasha Marsh)
Hallie Meyers-Shyer .... assistant: Mr. Shyer
Wendy Mooradian .... assistant production coordinator: New York
Michael O'Connor .... assistant: Ms. Pope
Chris Palmer .... assistant: Mr. Daniel
Julia Patkos .... production assistant
Eve Petcher .... assistant production coordinator
Shirley Proctor .... assistant auditor: New York
Angela Pyle .... production secretary
Christina Rice .... assistant: Ms. Tomei
John Robertson .... supervising rigger
Kathleen Rodriguez .... production assistant: New York
JP Sarni .... production assistant: New York (as John-Paul Sarni)
Helen Seery .... production auditor
Sharn Sharma .... production assistant
Deryn Stafford .... production coordinator
Monica Summerville .... title designer
Geoffrey Watson .... assistant: Mr. Shyer
Lucy Wilson .... production assistant
Judith Windsor .... voice and dialect coach
Adam Baer .... location scout (uncredited)
Karlena Barbosa .... production assistant (uncredited)
Joanna Bates .... assistant accountant (uncredited)
Susannah Booker .... location scout (uncredited)
Cara Cheeseman .... assistant to producer and writer (uncredited)
Kelly Dennis .... production assistant (uncredited)
Charlie Dibe .... additional office production assistant (uncredited)
Michelle Dunton .... script researcher (uncredited)
Scott Eaton .... production runner: additional photography (uncredited)
Guy Efrat .... location assistant (uncredited)
Guy Efrat .... location scout (uncredited)
Samantha Fielding .... assistant to director (uncredited)
Eli Gurevich .... second assistant accountant (uncredited)
Micky Hohl .... assistant: Ms. Pasztor (uncredited)
Micky Hohl .... club consultant (uncredited)
Steven Holtzman .... production assistant (uncredited)
Nikki Inwood .... utility stand-in (uncredited)
Pat Karam .... additional location manager (uncredited)
David M. McGuire .... location scout (uncredited)
Sanaz Missaghian .... assistant production coordinator (uncredited)
Neil Morphew .... stand-in (uncredited)
Steve Morphew .... stand-in: Jude Law (uncredited)
Claire Newton .... location assistant (uncredited)
Emre Ozpirincci .... production assistant (uncredited)
Geraldine Patten .... assistant to producer: additional photography (uncredited)
Rebecca Rawcliffe .... assistant location manager: Manchester (uncredited)
Red Reynolds .... production assistant (uncredited)
Donald Sabourin .... production coordinator: additional photography (uncredited)
Christopher T. Sadler .... production assistant (uncredited)
Christina Schaich .... production assistant (uncredited)
Peter J. Silbermann .... publicist (uncredited)
Eugene Stamos .... additional craft service assistant (uncredited)
Amanda Stevens .... location manager: pre-production, London (uncredited)
Beau Tipton .... production assistant (uncredited)
Elizabeth West .... script supervisor: second unit (uncredited)
Doug Wilson .... location assistant (uncredited)
Lucy Wilson .... production runner (uncredited)
Pu San Wong .... script supervisor: second unit (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Michelle Manning .... very special thanks
 
Crew believed to be complete


Production CompaniesDistributorsSpecial Effects
  • Cinesite (digital visual effects and computer animation) (as Cinesite Europe Limited)
  • One Post (opticals) (as One Post London)
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MPAA:
Rated R for sexual content, some language and drug use
Runtime:
103 min
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Aspect Ratio:
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Certification:
Argentina:16 | Australia:M | Brazil:16 | Canada:14A (Alberta/British Columbia/Manitoba/Ontario) | Canada:PG (Nova Scotia) | Canada:13+ (Quebec) | Finland:K-11 | Germany:12 (f) | Iceland:12 | Ireland:15 | Malaysia:18SX (DVD) | Malaysia:(Banned) (theatrical) | Netherlands:12 | New Zealand:M | Norway:11 | Peru:14 | Philippines:R-13 | Portugal:M/12 | Singapore:M18 | South Korea:18 | Sweden:Btl | Switzerland:12 (canton of Geneva) | Switzerland:12 (canton of Vaud) | Switzerland:14 (canton of Zurich) | Taiwan:R-12 | UK:15 | USA:R (certificate #40817)
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Trivia:
When filming was taking place in Manchester, England in 2003, a local resident who lived across the street recorded set construction, and on-set activity from his window with a camcorder. When the director, Charles Shyer, found out the local resident was doing this he threatened to "sue his ass" but the resident reminded him that they were filming outside his very house.See more »
Goofs:
Errors in geography: When Alfie is driving from Manhattan to visit Marlon and Lonette, he crosses the Brooklyn Bridge, which goes to Long Island, not upstate New York where they live.See more »
Quotes:
[first lines]
Alfie:You're lucky you know. I rarely allow anyone into my flat.
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Movie Connections:
References Singin' in the Rain (1952)See more »
Soundtrack:
For the Love of YouSee more »

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Jude must be taking the Michael..., 12 November 2004
Author: warnerclassic from Sunny Sunny Cornwall

Not a lot of people know this, but Terence Stamp first played the role of Alfie on stage over thirty years ago. He was then offered the film role, but turned it down. His flatmate, a struggling up and coming actor, tried to convince him to take the part, but Terence was not budging. And so his flatmate took the role. His name, was Michael Caine, and that film, Alfie, spring boarded the young actor to be the most famous cockney in the world. Of all Caine's films this ranks alongside Get Carter and The Italian Job as his best, and so why re-make it I hear you cry! Hollywood had a go at remaking The Italian Job and Get Carter but only came out with turkeys so big you couldn't fit them in your oven. But instead of remaking a Michael Caine film that wasn't good (THE SWARM, BLAME IT ON RIO!) Caine's golden classic Alfie has had the makeover, with pretty boy Jude Law bought in to ask what it's all about. Well for those who don't know what it's all about, Alfie's world is women, pulling them and dumping them. Sounds a little cold, but that is Alfie, a bird puller extraordinaire who lives for the conquests, but soon bores of them whenever commitment rears it's ugly head. Of course Alfie has to be bought down a peg or two, and this happens as a result of another conquest, which has further reaching consequences than Alfie can realize. But should Alfie have been dusted down for the 2004 audience? Well the answer is no. But why? Well, to analyse this we have to go back to the beginning and what Alfie was in Caine's day. Alfie was a man about town stuck in the poor end of London, sleeping his way through a never ending supply of 'birds' while fighting his working class shackles. Back then women were not the powerful sex they are today, at least not on the cinema screen, and were happy to get Alfie's dinner and scrub his floors. Now lets look at Jude Laws Alfie, living in present day New York, and sleeping with a seemingly never ending amount of stunners, who all seem to be getting as much out of him as he gets out of them. And so what's he got to fight against? Not his surroundings (he's in glamorous Manhattan) and his job isn't that bad (still a driver, but look at the perks), and he even likes the kid of one of his girlfriends. And so he's a nice guy, and there is problem 1, bang goes Alfie's cold side. And so what we are left with is a man who lives in New York and finds it hard to commit. Hardly a rare phenomenon. Problem number 2 is the original Alfie movie's use of the shock factor. Denholm Elliott turning up to do a back street abortion was enough to make some walk out the cinema in 1966. In this film the subject of abortion, although delicately handled, has lost it's cinematic impact, which is no doubt due to the three decades that has passed between films. And so we come to problem number 3, the films flaw being that the Alfie of today is simply not as relevant to the Alfie of yesterday. Today we have 'Sex and the City', empowered women, whom one can't help but feel would eat Alfie up alive. Indeed, the film would be more realistic if the lead was a female, although that would send traditionalists (like myself) running up the nearest tree. The makers of this re-make obviously think that illnesses has to be stepped up, and so while Caine's Alfie was given shadows on his lung to make him give pause, Law's Alfie gets a lump on his…erm…'Big Ben' (I hope to God that's not the new word for it) But what about performances? Well, Law as Alfie is fine, giving emotion where its needed, although his performance does not bounce along like Caines did. When Caine spoke to the camera, immediately breaking the fourth wall and bonding with the audience, it was the height of cool, when Law does the same it feels cheesy, and like cheese, it soon starts to grate. Susan Sarandon, as the sexy older woman, certainly fulfils her characters description, while Sienna Miller gives a promising portrayal as a young women who looks like a young Marianne Faithful (circa 1965) minus her Rolling Stone. And so the blame for the films failure cannot be left at its actors doors, nor its director. The film is simply a victim of its time. Alfie belongs in the sixties, when the world (or London at least) was swinging. Right now the only thing swinging is the cinema doors, and that's because I've just left.

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