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Release Date:
25 January 2007 (Germany) See more »
To cover up his infidelities and protect his upcoming marriage, a star advertiser helps free an accused rapist by giving a false alibi and suffers the brutal revenge of the victim. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Gustav Adolph ... Prison Guard

Til Schweiger ... Eddie Schneider
Anthony Baffoe ... Bailiff

Lauren Lee Smith ... Angelina Sable
Nancy Beatty ... Sister Meryl

Sebastien Roberts ... Anthony Birk

Ned Bellamy ... Steve Dorn

Stefanie von Pfetten ... Judy Birk
Gode Benedix ... Paralegal

Art Hindle ... Russel Birk

Jessica Boehrs ... Privilege Bartender

Jim Boeven ... Anthony's Friend
Sonja Smits ... Linda Birk

Steve Byers ... Ricardo
Mark Clifton ... Priest

Kenneth Welsh ... William Henderson (as Ken Welsh)

Michael Clarke Duncan ... The General

Sebastian Gacki ... Young Man 2
Elie Gemael ... Club Bartender

Sally Gifford ... Marissa

Briony Glassco ... Stephanie Mitchell

Lynne Griffin

Sandra Hess ... Dr. Evelin Sage
Daniel Kash ... Bert Zikinsky

Katie Keating ... Young Angelina
J.C. Kenny
Shay Kuebler

Paul Sun-Hyung Lee ... Hotel Receptionist

Jörg Vincent Malotki ... Henderson's Assistant
Jason McKinnon ... Young Man 1
Tom Melissis

Elisa Moolecherry ... Paula York
Tony Munch

Chandra Michaels (as Chandra Muszka)

Mikael Persbrandt ... Tomas Gaal

Shawn Reynolds ... Edgar's Assistant

Eric Roberts ... Nick Swell

Kim Roberts ... Norah

Trevor Roberts ... Young Man 3
Doug Rollins
Allan Royal ... Edgar Rasky

Craig Russell ... Steve

Victoria Snow ... Helen Drake

Jennifer Steede ... Vicky

Stella Stocker ... Jeremy Stark
Jeanne Tremsal
Robin Ward ... Judge Weston
Nina Wilcox ... Judge Kaber
Fahri Yardim ... Taxi Driver (as Fahri Ögün Yardim)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Natalie Grace ... Nurse (uncredited)

Directed by
Reto Salimbeni 
Writing credits
Reto Salimbeni (written by)

Produced by
Lena Cordina .... line producer
Mike Dehghan .... associate producer
Klaus Dohle .... producer
Klaus Hefele .... executive producer
Dirk Lisowsky .... executive producer
Shannon Mildon .... producer
Mark Popp .... line producer
Julie Ruthenbeck-Mittweg .... executive producer
Reto Salimbeni .... executive producer
Til Schweiger .... producer
Josef Steinberger .... producer
Ingo Vollkammer .... producer
Tom Zickler .... producer (as Thomas Zickler)
Original Music by
Stefan Hansen 
Dirk Reichardt 
Cinematography by
Paul Sarossy 
Mark Willis 
Film Editing by
Charles Ladmiral 
Casting by
Robin D. Cook 
Production Design by
Matthew Davies 
Christian Schaefer 
Art Direction by
Peter Emmink 
Set Decoration by
Erica Milo 
Costume Design by
Noreen Landry 
Makeup Department
Julia Carter .... assistant makeup artist
Shauna Llewellyn .... key makeup artist
Ande Yung .... makeup artist: second unit
Henny Zimmer .... makeup artist
Production Management
Caren Wiederhold .... unit manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Chi Fung .... first assistant director
Torsten Künstler .... first assistant director
Art Department
Klaus Bienen .... on-set stand-by carpenter
William Cheng .... first assistant art director
William Cheng .... set designer
Jan Feil .... property master: inside
Andreas Krause .... carpenter
Aaron Morrison .... graphics
Klaus Woschek .... trainee
Sound Department
Stefan Busch .... sound designer
Stefan Busch .... supervising sound editor
Justin Gray .... sound mixer: second unit
Michael Kranz .... sound re-recording mixer
Nico Krebs .... sound editor
Pit Kuhlmann .... sound editor
Bill McMillan .... sound recordist
Jörn Poetzl .... foley artist
Zachary Rogers .... boom operator
Benjamin A. Rosenkind .... sound re-recording mixer
Fabian Schmidt .... dialogue editor
Abi Schneider .... sound re-recording mixer
Philipp Sellier .... foley mixer
Bernhard Vogl .... adr recordist
Special Effects by
Brock Jolliffe .... special effects supervisor
Volker Lorig .... special effects: German unit, Cologne
Wolf Schiebel .... special effects: German unit, Cologne
Visual Effects by
Florian Alt .... titles: PICTORION das werk
Wolf Bosse .... visual effects supervisor
Michael Brink .... visual effects producer: PICTORION das werk
Alex Brommer .... digital compositor: PICTORION das werk
Joerg Bruemmer .... digital compositor
Philipp Eckel .... film recording
Saskia Klein .... junior digital compositor: PICTORION das werk
Andreas Krieg .... junior 3D artist: PICTORION das werk
Michael Krämer .... digital compositor
Alexander Kähler .... designer: title sequence
Christian Laskawi .... 3D artist: PICTORION das werk
Sebastian Locker .... digital compositor: PICTORION das werk
Christian Meckel .... systems administrator: PICTORION das werk
Sebastian Mietzner .... junior digital compositor: PICTORION das werk
Rolf Muetze .... visual effects supervisor: PICTORION das werk
Frieda Oberlin .... digital intermediate supervisor
Philipp Orgassa .... digital intermediate colorist
Andreas Rathmacher .... digital compositor: PICTORION das werk
Lisa Riemer .... visual effects coordinator: PICTORION das werk
Julia Strack .... junior digital compositor: PICTORION das werk
Steffen Tron .... digital compositor: PICTORION das werk
Ralf Wacker .... digital intermediate supervisor
Kai Woytke .... digital compositor: PICTORION das werk
Matthias Zabiegly .... visual effects artist
Philipp Schneider .... visual effects editor (uncredited)
Jamie Jones .... stunt performer
Bryan Renfro .... stunt coordinator
Vanessa Wieduwilt .... stunt double
Camera and Electrical Department
Chris Chanda .... camera technician: Wescam camera
Gary Childs .... camera operator: Wescam camera
Bob Davidson .... gaffer
Erik Lee Steingröver .... gaffer (as Erik Steingröver)
Erik Lee Steingröver .... still photographer: Germany and Vancouver (as Erik Steingröver)
Paul Michel .... best boy lighting
Christof Wahl .... director of photography: New York/Vancouver
Casting Department
Hollie Lee .... casting assistant (as Hollie Meyer)
Monika Plura .... casting trainee
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Genoveva Kylburg .... wardrobe
Editorial Department
Marie-Hélène Boulianne .... first assistant editor: Canada
Nico Hauter .... assistant digital colorist
Lorenz Jahn .... assistant editor
Philip Whitfield .... senior telecine colorist
Transportation Department
Darrell Gibson .... transportation captain
Gaby Meyers .... facility/truck driver
Other crew
Rex Baldwin .... production assistant
Kristin McCarthy Barry .... child care
Maike Bitter .... location manager
Jill Carter .... script supervisor
Catherine Crawford .... assistant location manager
Michael Gibson .... publicist
Matt Graver .... assistant location manager
Graham Hoselton .... dailies film assistant
R. Jones .... production coordinator
Susan R. Jones .... production coordinator
Norbert Klingner .... legal counsel
Nick Kontsalakis .... first assistant accountant
Simone Lindo .... assistant accountant
Matthew S. Lovett .... production assistant
Dahla MacKenna .... child care
Maike Maier .... location scout
Karen Perez .... location manager
Jillian Sabean .... assistant production coordinator
Eugene Stamos .... location scout: second unit
Dave Tommasini .... aerial helicopter pilot
Katja Zaus .... assistant line producer
Eric Roberts .... special thanks

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"The Fixer" - Japan (English title) (DVD title)
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116 min
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »

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Continuity: When the general visits Angelina in the battered women's shelter, she sits down on the windowsill. During their conversation, the curtain behind her changes its position, from hanging correctly to hanging askew to hanging correctly again, between shots.See more »


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23 out of 35 people found the following review useful.
Til Schweiger takes a more interesting career turn, 4 February 2007
Author: offenes_meer from Germany

hmmmm, yesss. From the statistics I read that US females over 30 did not like this film. Whereas the younger audience especially in Europe was thrilled. Why would this be so? The film is about rape and about revenge and how the victim feels and into what kind of situation she gets put by her surroundings. Seeing how things are, the US are very ambivalent about sexual themes. Not to say 'hypocritical'. Judging from the themes feministic theory in the US put forward in the 70ies and 80ies sexual oppression and violence are very much more of a problem when they cannot be voiced at all. This may have been different in Europe with a more liberal approach in many countries (well, not all, I believe...). Anyway, this might explain, why a film like 'One Way' will not be received so open-heartedly in the US - it is painful. And it shows parents in their relationship to their children in a very painful way. Maybe this also explains the distaste of 'elderly women' (to phrase it this way without actually implying criticism).

This much for the background. The film itself is a treat in that it shows a comparatively new side of Til Schweiger as a 'real' actor besides the many comedian roles he has played - actually one of those bought him his ticket to the film world: 'Manta, Manta'. He played in some more serious films before: "The Ice Bear" (Der Eisbaer) and "Knocking on Heaven's Door", but even his last flick in 2006 "Where is Fred" (Wo ist Fred) was a comedy - not bad (and including some hilarious stunts by Christoph Maria Herbst and beautiful Anna Maria Lara) - but not really a revelation. Also the film puts him in context with many other good actors, especially Lauren Lee Smith. For a while Schweiger has been directing and/or producing his own films - maybe because this was the way of getting a job at all? I hope not - rather do I hope that he will some time tread in the footsteps of Clint Eastwood, Robert Redford etc.

I will leave the comments to the film itself to the other two I have seen posted. Just this: it is a dark film, giving rise to hope, nevertheless. And it does show many things to make people thoughtful - and I do hope this makes them like the film rather than dislike (which would be the far more easy thing to do).

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