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Writer:
Sean Ellis (written by)
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Release Date:
17 January 2007 (Belgium) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
Sometimes love is hiding between the seconds of your life See more »
Plot:
After a painful breakup, Ben develops insomnia. To kill time, he starts working the late night shift at the local supermarket, where his artistic imagination runs wild. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Awards:
3 wins See more »
User Reviews:
Very deep and enlightening, and fun. Brilliant. See more (162 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Michelle Ryan ... Suzy

Sean Biggerstaff ... Ben Willis
Erica Ellis ... Canteen Lady
Jay Bowen ... Steve Jenkins

Shaun Evans ... Sean Higgins
Kenneth Fahy ... Art Class Life Model
Stan Ellis ... Art Class Teacher
Katie Ball ... Art Class Girl

Emilia Fox ... Sharon Pintey
Stuart Goodwin ... Jenkins

Celesta Hodge ... Deer Girl in Sainsbury's
Nia Roberts ... Woman at the Till

Michael Dixon ... Barry Brickman
Michael Lambourne ... Matt Stephens
Hatti Riemer ... Old Lady at Deli Counter
Kinvara Balfour ... Shampoo / Frozen Girl 1

Cherie Nichole ... Shampoo / Frozen Girl 2
Winnie Li ... Betting Employee

Lene Bausager ... Woman with Trolley
Irene Bagach ... Frozen Beautiful Girl
Frank Hesketh ... Young Ben
Hayley-Marie Coppin ... Swedish Student (as Hayley Marie Coppin)

Keeley Hazell ... Frozen Girl in Sainsbury's (as Keeley Hazel)
Nadia Alkhashab ... Frozen Girl in Sainsbury's
Christine Fuller ... Frozen Girl in Sainsbury's
Michelle Bentley ... Nightclub Girl
Gary Beeson ... Young Sean
Katarina Olsson ... Sean's Mother
Gayle Dudley ... Natalie's Mother
Nelly Lyster-Smith ... Young Natalie
Henrietta Bess ... Ben's Mother

Samantha Bloom ... Mrs. Booth
Emilia Fenton ... Tanya
Nick Hancock ... Rory Davies
Howard Ward ... Football Referee
Roddy Adair ... Sainsbury's Islington Footballer
Lee Wilson ... Sainsbury's Islington Footballer
James Smith ... Sainsbury's Islington Footballer
Wayne Ploughman ... Sainsbury's Islington Footballer
Gary McNulty ... Sainsbury's Islington Footballer
Natalie Denning ... Busty Customer
Matthew Hodgson ... 'Spread Eagle' Barman
Tree Carr ... 'Spread Eagle' Girl
Bianca Drakes ... 'Spread Eagle' Stripper
Katrine Falkenberg ... Katrine at the Party
Hayden Jones ... Jim the Bouncer
Janine-May Tinsley ... Adult Natalie (as Janine May Tinsley)
Graham Ward ... Man with Dog
Kubrick Ellis ... Dog

Lucy Holt ... Lucy at Proud Galleries
Daphne Guinness ... Anna Shapiro
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Zola Budd ... Herself (archive footage)
Mary Decker ... Herself (archive footage)
Just Ardalan-Raikes ... Time Traveller (uncredited)

Martin Ballantyne ... Strip Club Patron (uncredited)

Rebecca Calder ... Cinema Date (uncredited)

Jared Harris ... Alex Proud (uncredited)

Marysia Kay ... Girl in Gallery (uncredited)

Marc Pickering ... Brian 'Kung-Fu' (uncredited)

Directed by
Sean Ellis 
 
Writing credits
Sean Ellis (written by)

Produced by
Lene Bausager .... producer
Sean Ellis .... producer
Daphne Guinness .... executive producer
Peter Hampden .... executive producer
Marshall Leviten .... line producer
Winnie Li .... associate producer
Norman Merry .... executive producer
Vijay Thakur .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Guy Farley 
 
Cinematography by
Angus Hudson (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Carlos Domeque 
Scott Thomas 
 
Production Design by
Morgan Kennedy 
 
Art Direction by
Emma Jones 
 
Set Decoration by
Jackie Castelli 
 
Costume Design by
Victoria Russell  (as Vicki Russell)
 
Makeup Department
Anastasia Pappas .... additional hairdresser
Emma Williams .... additional makeup artist
Louisa Murray .... makeup artist (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Bianca Gavin .... production manager
Neil Grimshaw .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Ori Latter .... crowd assistant director
Sarah MacFarlane .... additional third assistant director
Adam Morris .... third assistant director
Steve Newton .... first assistant director
Emily Perowne .... trainee assistant director
Tom White .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Mark Billingham .... prop man
Steven Blundell .... prop man (as Steve Blundell)
Catherine Byrne .... draughtsperson
Stuart Clarke .... scenic artist
Peter Fentem .... prop master (as Pete Fentem)
Owen Grundy .... assistant art director (as Owen Gundry)
Sophie Phillips .... prop buyer
Scott Rogers .... props
Graham Ward .... stand-by art director
Steven Blundell .... assistant art director (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Paul Cotterell .... re-recording mixer
Giancarlo Dellapina .... sound recordist
Tawa K. Durowoju .... boom operator
Jamie Gambell .... sound mixer
Ben Greaves .... boom operator
Sean Hannah .... assistant sound re-recording mixer
Kallis Shamaris .... dubbing editor
David Smithers .... supervising sound editor
Tim Surrey .... cable person
Rowena Wilkinson .... foley artist
 
Visual Effects by
Lee Clappison .... online film editor
James Clarke .... visual effects
Ivan Cornell .... head of systems support: Lipsync Post
William Foxwell .... digital lab operator: Lip Sync Post (as Will Foxwell)
Scott Goulding .... digital lab operator
Julia Hall .... digital effects artist
Katja Hollmann .... associate producer: Lipsync Post (as Katja Lazare)
Alasdair MacCuish .... digital grade producer: Lipsync Post
Adrian Oostergetel .... digital effects artist
Kevin Phelan .... head of post production: Lip Sync Post
Angela Stanley .... digital effects artist (as Angela Rose)
Daniel Tomlinson .... digital lab operator
 
Stunts
Tom Aitken .... stunt arranger
Tom Aitken .... stunt performer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Kirsti Abernethy .... focus puller
Susie Allnutt .... unit still photographer
Peter Bateson .... additional focus puller: second unit (as Pete Bateson)
Tim Battersby .... focus puller
Sergio Bernuzzi .... additional grip (as Sergio Benuzzi)
Jenny John Chuan .... additional clapper loader: second unit
Alex Coverley .... additional grip
Kevin Edland .... gaffer
Dai Evans .... grip
Sarah Gardiner .... focus puller: "b" camera, second unit
Dan Garlick .... additional grip (as Dan Garlic)
Sam Garwood .... camera operator: "b" camera, second unit
Sam Garwood .... director of photography: second unit
Charlotte Ginsborg .... additional clapper loader: second unit
Vron Harris .... clapper loader: "b" camera, second unit
Adrienne Hayward .... additional camera trainee: second unit
Nele Hecht .... additional clapper loader: second unit
Daniel Hegarty .... technocrane operator (as Dan Hegarty)
Tom North .... additional grip
Toby Plaskitt .... grip
Marina Showay .... additional focus puller: "b" camera, second unit
David Sinfield .... electrician
Derek Walker .... Steadicam operator: second unit
Fran Weston .... clapper loader
Greg Williams .... special still photographer
Will Willis .... first assistant camera
Sophie Wilson .... clapper loader
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Annabel Bonnet .... costume supervisor (as Annabel Bonnett)
Rebecca Duncan .... costume assistant (as Becky Duncan)
 
Editorial Department
Lee Clappison .... on-line film editor
Simon Davis .... assistant editor
Stuart Fyvie .... digital colorist
Jeffrey May .... additional on-line editor
Jason Wheeler .... negative cutter
 
Music Department
Andy Brown .... music contractor
Will Johnstone .... additional programmer
The London Metropolitan Orchestra .... music performed by
Fiona McBlane .... music supervisor
Andrew Pearce .... orchestrator: additional music
Amanda Street .... score music supervisor: DNA Music Ltd
Adrian Thomas .... musical associate
 
Transportation Department
Russell Chipz Chipping .... driver: props (as Chips Chipping)
 
Other crew
James Clarke .... digital laboratory supervisor
Maiya Davies .... additional production assistant
Kash Javaid .... unit publicist
Kriss Landin .... additional script supervisor
Hallam Rice-Edwards .... production assistant
Tina Shadick .... production accountant
Elizabeth Tremblay .... script supervisor
Dan Turner .... production assistant
Rupert Lloyd .... production assistant (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Bryan Adams .... very special thanks
Rick Astley .... very special thanks
Nick Clark .... special thanks
Blaise Douglas .... thanks
Jared Harris .... very special thanks
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Frozen Time" - Japan (English title)
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MPAA:
Rated R for graphic nudity, sexual content and language
Runtime:
102 min | Canada:90 min (Toronto International Film Festival)
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Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Emilia Fox prepared for her pole dancing scene by having a pole erected in her bedroom so she could practice.See more »
Goofs:
Revealing mistakes: In the scene where Ben stops time and starts to draw the naked girl in green you can see that she blinks, that should not be possible because time is standing still.See more »
Quotes:
[first lines]
Ben Willis:It take approximately 500 lbs to crush a human skull. But the human emotion is a much more delicate thing. Take Suzy, my first real girl friend. My first real break-up, happening right in front of me. I never thought it was going to be similar to a car crash...
[...]
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Movie Connections:
Referenced in JCVD (2008)See more »
Soundtrack:
Last Night a DJ Saved My LifeSee more »

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92 out of 132 people found the following review useful.
Very deep and enlightening, and fun. Brilliant., 4 February 2007
Author: ubershmekel from United States

This is actually a philosophical movie that tries to explain one of the most eternal questions: "What is love?" The insight, thoughts and descriptions in this subject, are very interesting.

With a lot of nudity, humor and nonsense, the movie is never boring, and always keeps you in touch with the characters and their thoughts.

Cashback depicts love as a very much OCD thing. An aching, never quenching drive and thirst for your loved one. Along with fulfilling each others dreams. Very romantic, maybe just a little bit too romantic and perfect. Then again maybe i'm the skeptic.

Enjoy, the thinking part will follow instinctively if you're a thinker.

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