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Writers (WGA):
Hossein Amini (screenplay)
James Sallis (book)
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16 September 2011 (USA) See more »
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A mysterious Hollywood stuntman, mechanic and getaway driver lands himself in trouble when he helps out his neighbor. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Nominated for Oscar. Another 66 wins & 110 nominations See more »
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Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Ryan Gosling ... Driver

Carey Mulligan ... Irene

Bryan Cranston ... Shannon

Albert Brooks ... Bernie Rose

Oscar Isaac ... Standard

Christina Hendricks ... Blanche

Ron Perlman ... Nino
Kaden Leos ... Benicio

Jeff Wolfe ... Tan Suit

James Biberi ... Cook

Russ Tamblyn ... Doc

Joe Bucaro III ... Chauffeur (as Joey Bucaro)

Tiara Parker ... Young Woman
Tim Trella ... Hitman #1

Jimmy Hart ... Hitman #2

Tina Huang ... Waitress

Andy San Dimas ... Stripper

John Pyper-Ferguson ... Bearded Redneck
Craig Baxley Jr. ... Masked Man #1
Kenny Richards ... Masked Man #2

Joe Pingue ... Assistant Director #1
Dieter 'Dietman' Busch ... Assistant Director #2 (as Dieter H. Busch)

Chris Muto ... Caterer
Rachel Dik ... Newscaster

Cesar Garcia ... Waiter
Steve Knoll ... Movie Star

Mara LaFontaine ... Movie Star Girlfriend
Teonee Thrash ... Police Officer
Ralph Lawler ... Basketball Announcer (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rio Ahn ... Police Actor in Makeup Chair (uncredited)

Caitlin Litzinger ... Stripper (uncredited)

Sarah Adela Tirado ... Chola (uncredited)

Directed by
Nicolas Winding Refn 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Hossein Amini (screenplay)

James Sallis (book)

Produced by
Frank Capra III .... co-producer
Garrick Dion .... co-producer
Joe Fineman .... associate producer
David Lancaster .... executive producer
Bill Lischak .... executive producer
Michel Litvak .... producer
Linda McDonough .... executive producer
Jonathan Oakes .... co-producer
John Palermo .... producer
Marc Platt .... producer
Gigi Pritzker .... producer
Chris Ranta .... production executive
Peter Schlessel .... executive producer
Adam Siegel .... producer
James Smith .... co-producer
Jeffrey Stott .... executive producer
Gary Michael Walters .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Cliff Martinez 
 
Cinematography by
Newton Thomas Sigel (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Matthew Newman  (as Mat Newman)
 
Casting by
Mindy Marin 
 
Production Design by
Beth Mickle 
 
Art Direction by
Christopher Tandon 
 
Set Decoration by
Lisa K. Sessions  (as Lisa Sessions Morgan)
 
Costume Design by
Erin Benach 
 
Makeup Department
Linda Arnold .... hair stylist
Medusah .... hair department head
Michael Moore .... key hair stylist
Gerald Quist .... makeup department head
Gerald Quist .... special makeup effects artist
Ronnie Specter .... key makeup artist
 
Production Management
Jim Behnke .... unit production manager
Alice S. Kim .... production supervisor
Jeffrey Stott .... unit production manager
Michael Toji .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Dieter 'Dietman' Busch .... second assistant director (as Dieter H. Busch)
Frank Capra III .... first assistant director
Mark Carter .... second second assistant director
Darrin Prescott .... second unit director
Pamela Monroe .... additional second assistant director (uncredited)
Ronan O'Connor .... second assistant director (uncredited)
 
Art Department
Salvador Anaya .... plaster foreman
Isidoro Avila .... set dresser
Will Blount .... property master
Todd Butler .... flooring foreman
Denis Cordova .... construction coordinator
Kyle Craig .... labor foreman
Joshua Dobkin .... art department coordinator
James Doh .... storyboard artist
Chris Eguia .... assistant property
Joseph Feld .... art department production assistant
David Goldstein .... paint supervisor
Megan Greydanus .... graphic designer
Bart C. Hubenthal .... on-set dresser (as Bart Hubenthal)
Charles Kern .... stand-by painter
Luz .... stand-by painter
Dana McCall .... assistant property (as Dana L. McCall)
Michael Mestas .... set dresser
Jason Olson .... set dresser
Richard Robinson .... general foreman
Nick Stanton .... set dresser
Craig Stoa .... set dresser
Freddy Waff .... leadman
Raymond Waff .... set dresser
Angie Kern .... construction medic (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Julie Altus .... adr recordist
Lon Bender .... sound designer
Lon Bender .... sound supervision
Sean Byrnes .... sound utility
Kerry Ann Carmean .... sound effects editor (as Kerry Carmean Williams)
Krissopher Chevannes .... sound recordist
Robert Eber .... sound mixer
Scott Edelson .... boom operator
Victor Ray Ennis .... sound designer
Victor Ray Ennis .... supervising sound editor
Robert Fernandez .... sound re-recording mixer
Paul Hackner .... foley editor
Catherine Harper .... foley artist
Dan Korintus .... dialogue editor
Darrin Mann .... foley mixer
Christopher Moriana .... foley artist
Dave Paterson .... sound re-recording mixer
Dean St. John .... adr mixer
Greg Steele .... adr mixer
John C. Stuver .... dialogue editor (as John Stuver)
Damian Volpe .... sound effects editor
Paul Yurt .... mix engineer
Greg Zimmerman .... adr recordist
Peter Zinda .... sound effects editor
Mark DeSimone .... adr mixer: New York (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
James Lorimer .... special effects coordinator (as Jimmy Lorimer)
William H. Schirmer .... special effects foreman
 
Visual Effects by
John Myers .... visual effects producer: Ring of Fire
Caleb Owens .... digital compositor
Jerry Spivack .... visual effects supervisor: Ring of Fire
Peter Amante .... flame artist (uncredited)
Justin Beaupre .... visual effects producer: Ring of Fire (uncredited)
Casey Conroy .... visual effects producer: Ring of Fire (uncredited)
Elbert Irving IV .... visual effects coordinator: Wildfire VFX (uncredited)
Lauren Ritchie .... visual effects producer: Wildfire VFX (uncredited)
Dottie Starling .... visual effects supervisor: Wildfire VFX (uncredited)
Mark Wilhelm .... digital compositor (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Wade Allen .... utility stunts
Dieter 'Dietman' Busch .... utility stunts (as Dieter H. Busch)
Jeremy Fry .... stunt double: Driver
Lane Leavitt .... utility stunts
Ed McDermott II .... precision driver
Travis Merindino .... stunt double: Nino
Darrin Prescott .... stunt coordinator
Larry Rippenkroeger .... utility stunts
R.A. Rondell .... utility stunts (as Ra Rondell)
Michael Runyard .... utility stunts
Rich Rutherford .... utility stunts
Mam Smith .... stunt double: Blanche
Alex Wen .... utility stunts
Danny Wynands .... utility stunts (as Dan Wynands)
Dean Bailey .... stunt driver (uncredited)
Donny Bailey .... stunt driver (uncredited)
Craig Baxley Jr. .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Joe Bucaro III .... stunt driver (uncredited)
Jimmy Hart .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Greg Knapp .... stunts (uncredited)
Ed McDermott II .... precision driver coordinator (uncredited)
Robert Nagle .... stunt driver (uncredited)
Allan Padelford .... stunt driver (uncredited)
Salomon Passariello .... stunt performer: reshoots (uncredited)
Scotty Richards .... precision driving coordinator (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Dana Arnold .... rigging gaffer
Micah Y. Bisagni .... assistant camera
Patrick Brennan .... lighting technician
Kurtis Burr .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Chris Christensen .... grip
Peter Clemence .... grip
Sean Devine .... dolly grip: "a" camera
Simon England .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Richard Foreman Jr. .... still photographer
Vadim Frumin .... grip
Chris Gordon .... dolly grip: "b" camera
Amy Hoffecker .... lighting technician
Jeffrey A. Johnson .... best boy grip (as Jeffrey 'J.J.' Johnson)
Alex Klabukov .... key grip
Gregory Lundsgaard .... camera operator: "b" camera
Gregory Lundsgaard .... steadicam operator
Chris Maybugh .... grip
Luca Mercuri .... camera operator
Anthony G. Nakonechnyj .... chief lighting technician (as Tony Nakonechnyj)
Adam George Neas .... grip
Nino Neuboeck .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Ryan Nguyen .... digital imaging technician
Serge Nofield .... first assistant camera: "b" camera (as Serge Rethi Nifield)
Ryan Pacheco .... best boy rigging grip
David A. Parks .... lighting technician
John Priebe .... lighting technician
Jerry Sandager .... key rigging grip
Jake W. Smith .... grip
Hannes Steixner .... grip
Joshua Stern .... assistant chief lighting technician
Stephen Thorp .... best boy rigging electric
Dempsey Tillman .... video assist (as Dempsey James Tillman)
Anders Yarbrough .... loader
Greg Baldi .... camera operator: second unit (uncredited)
Mike Barnett .... ultimate arm operator (uncredited)
Mario Contini .... camera production assistant (uncredited)
Jerardo Gomez .... electrician (uncredited)
Tom Heigl .... camera technician: Phantom (uncredited)
Alan Jacoby .... additional camera assistant (uncredited)
Jordan Lapsansky .... lighting technician (uncredited)
Drew Lauer .... assistant camera (uncredited)
Marty Miller .... best boy grip (uncredited)
Michael Orr .... grip (uncredited)
Robert Petrin .... edge arm technician (uncredited)
Chanel Raisin .... camera production assistant (uncredited)
Shaun Sangkarat .... grip (uncredited)
Tom Tcimpidis .... digital imaging technician (uncredited)
Steve Wolfe .... focus puller: Edge Arm (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Joe Cappelletti .... adr voice casting: The Final Word
Lauren Cokeley .... extras casting
Brandi S. Hawkins .... extras casting (as Brandi Hawkins)
Kara Lipson .... casting associate
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Gretchen Cayman .... costumer
Michael Eisenhower .... costume shopper
Katy Johnson .... ager/dyer
Lindsay McKay .... assistant costume designer
Mustapha Mimis .... costumer
Mustapha Mimis .... key set costumer
Jean Rosone .... costume supervisor
Sarah Springer .... costume production assistant
 
Editorial Department
Mike Chiado .... digital intermediate technologist
David Feldman .... digital intermediate account executive
Liam Ford .... digital intermediate producer: Postworks
Andrew Geary .... color assistant
Thomas McCullough .... digital conform (as Tom McCullough)
Michael Nouryeh .... first assistant editor
Tom Poole .... digital intermediate colorist
Aaron Ruby .... post-production assistant
Jack Sheehan .... post-production assistant
Stefan Sonnenfeld .... digital intermediate executive producer: Company 3
Devin Sterling .... digital intermediate head of production
Diego Borghello .... additional post-production services (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Eric Craig .... music supervisor
James Gibb .... executive music producer
Johnny Jewel .... composer: additional music
Annette Kudrak .... music editor
Brian McNelis .... music supervisor
Mac Quayle .... music programming
Gregory Tripi .... score producer
Richard Walters .... executive in charge of music licensing
David Low .... musician contractor (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Charles Arnone .... driver
John Burish .... driver
Jesse Cartwright .... transportation captain
Michael Cartwright .... driver
Chris Deguzman .... driver
Howard Doing .... driver
Darrell Dubovsky .... driver
John Falvey .... driver (as John O. Falvey)
Frankie Gearhart .... driver
Jesse Gonzalez .... driver
Victor González .... driver (as Victor A. Gonzalez Jr.)
Mark L. Hendrix .... driver (as Mark Hendrix)
Michelle Jones .... driver
Bradley Jay Lesley .... driver
Peter Lucas .... driver
Richard Maginnis .... driver (as Richard J. Maginnis Jr.)
Laurent Marchard .... driver
Steve Mathis .... driver
Chris Neitzel .... driver
William Powell .... driver (as Billy Powell)
Shaun Ryan .... transportation co-captain
James Schulz .... driver
Paul Schwanke .... picture car coordinator
Chris Smallwood .... driver
Greg Stamant .... driver
Chris Stevens .... driver
Bret Stewart .... transportation coordinator
Mark Timpe .... driver
Helio Trujillo .... driver
Toni E. Vanness .... driver (as Toni Vanness)
Oscar R. Venegas .... driver (as Oscar Venegas)
Jeff Verdick .... driver
Jeff Williams Jr. .... driver
Don Williams .... driver
 
Other crew
Lisa Andoh .... accountant manager
David Andriole .... loop group
Mark Atherlay .... adr voice artist
Amy Banks .... payroll accountant
Teall Barnes .... trailer
Ted Bayard .... key assistant location manager
Dub Behnke .... office production assistant (as William 'Dub' Behnle)
John Eric Bentley .... loop group
Ardy Brent Carlson .... set production assistant
Alex Coffee .... manager: business affairs
Rose Cox .... assistant craft service
Austin Davoren .... set production assistant
Richard De Labio .... key assistant location manager (as Rich Delabio)
Rachel Dik .... assistant: Mr. Refn
Janette Evans .... first assistant accountant
Kendall Farley .... assistant: Mr. Pritzler
Alyssa Feener .... assistant: Mr. Stott
Robert Funk .... accounting clerk
Jeffrey Garrett .... key assistant location manager
Taylor Gerrity .... assistant post production accountant
Rob Gibson .... location manager
Frida P. Glucoft .... legal services: visa and immigration
Jane Goldsmith .... script supervisor
Mike Gomez .... loop group
Raymundo Gomez .... catering assistant: Ann & Mario Catering
Matthew Hadfield .... assistant production coordinator
James Henderson .... stand-in: Mr. Gosling
Jay Johnson .... title designer
Tom Just .... legal affairs
Jeff Korson .... assistant location manager
Shari LaFranchi Blakney .... production coordinator
Eric Layne .... production accountant (as Eric W. Layne)
Lauren Lebeouf .... assistant: Mr. Gosling
Mela Lee .... loop group
Joey Levy .... assistant: Mr. Platt
Nik Mavinkurve .... assistant: Mr. Siegel
Shane McLoughlin .... set production assistant
Aaron Michiel .... business affairs executive
John David Moffat .... set production assistant (as John 'J.J.' Moffat)
Miles Mogulescu .... lawyer
Joey Monteiro .... SVP International Marketing & Publicity
Marijana Napoli .... catering assistant: Ann & Mario Catering
Lee Perez-Gonzalez .... office production assistant
Natalya Petrosova .... production finance executive
Sarah Potts .... Assistant to Producer
Michael Pucker .... undomesticated quadruped wrangler
John Rhodes .... assistant: Mr. McDonough
Ruben Rico .... set medic
Cindy Robinson .... loop group
Melissa Rotonto .... set production assistant
Dee Schuka .... post production accountant: Trevanna Post
Rick Shuster .... helicopter pilot: Golden Gate
Jake Stango .... product placement
Mark Svenningsen .... staff accountant
Cid Swank .... unit publicist
Kirk Thornton .... loop group
Kate Trefry .... assistant: Mr. Walters
Joseph Tuccio .... assistant: Mr. Walters (as Joey Tuccio)
Kari Tyler .... second assistant accountant
Toni Vannes .... stand-in: Ms. Mulligan
Claire Wihnyk .... assistant: Mr. Platt
Stephanie Wilcox .... creative executive
Zoe Wilschinsky .... assistant: Mr. Lischak
Jeff Winn .... craft service head
Phill Zagajewski .... stage manager
Ann Zoric .... chef: Ann & Mario Catering
Anthony Zoric .... catering assistant: Ann & Mario Catering
Marijan Zoric .... chef: Ann & Maro Catering (as Mario Zoric)
Mark T Anderson .... stand-in: Ron Perlman (uncredited)
Blake Babson .... production executive (uncredited)
Rootie Boyd .... stand-in (uncredited)
Thomas Brader .... stand-in (uncredited)
Adam Corriea .... production assistant (uncredited)
Eric Corriea .... production assistant (uncredited)
Alexander Dobbs .... production assistant (uncredited)
Zack Tucker Gangnes .... liaison (uncredited)
Greg Hansen .... craft service (uncredited)
Chris Hanson .... medical technical advisor (uncredited)
Jack Hooker .... production assistant (uncredited)
Greg Knapp .... on-set medic: Los Angeles (uncredited)
Greg Knapp .... set medic (uncredited)
Darren P. Leis .... medical technical advisor (uncredited)
Julie McCoy .... production assistant: base camp (uncredited)
Mark Newsom .... production assistant (uncredited)
Kevin Rosenberg .... story editor: Mr. Platt (uncredited)
Derek Selander .... stand-in: James Biberi (uncredited)
Jo Ann Smith .... studio teacher (uncredited)
Spencer R. Williams .... set production assistant (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Hossein Amini .... thanks (as Hoss Amini)
Hugh Jackman .... special thanks
Alejandro Jodorowsky .... special thanks
Brian O'Shea .... special thanks
 

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Rated R for strong brutal bloody violence, language and some nudity.
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Trivia:
Driver references the fable of The Scorpion and the Frog: the frog agrees to carry the scorpion across the river; the scorpion stings the frog, saying "it's my nature" and both drown. Driver can be seen as The Frog of the story - he drives/carries criminals (scorpions) around in his car, but is inevitably dragged into their destructive world (stung) leading to everybody's downfall. Driver's jacket has a scorpion on the back, just as the frog carried the scorpion on its back.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: While Driver is waiting outside of the pawn shop (approximately two and a half minutes on-screen) the orientation of the Sun moves from Noon to late Afternoon.See more »
Quotes:
[first lines]
Driver:[on phone] There's a hundred-thousand streets in this city. You don't need to know the route. You give me a time and a place, I give you a five minute window. Anything happens in that five minutes and I'm yours. No matter what. Anything happens a minute either side of that and you're on your own. Do you understand?
[pause]
Driver:Good. And you won't be able to reach me on this phone again.
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FAQ

What kind of classic car is he driving in the dry riverbed?
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728 out of 1146 people found the following review useful.
-Cinema fantastic-, 14 August 2011
Author: CrispyCrunchy from New Zealand

A truly beautiful and hypnotic film.

I've seen the last few Nicholas Winding Refn films, and while I liked both Bronson and Valhalla Rising a lot, they were both "difficult" films, in that both structure, pacing and tone were bound to alienate some people, and of course they were both marketed as somewhat mainstream films while being anything but.

Part of the irony of Refn's situation is that he makes films about "Primal" man- and these protagonists invariably commit acts of great violence on those around them. This violence puts his films into the genre categories that Hollywood recognises and promotes to the public, resulting in trailers for Refn movies that grossly misrepresent the sophistication of the actual film. In that way, Valhalla's intense, slow-burning and almost dialogue-free mythic exploration of our savage past can be repackaged as a "Vlad the Viking goes to the New World" action movie.

Yet both Valhalla and Bronson were highly "directed" films, revealing a very strong hand in control of the material. And so, I was extremely curious to see what Refn would do with the material, and whether he would be able to rein in his sometimes obtrusive style in order to allow the story more room to breathe... I shouldn't have worried. I think the director has managed to balance a genuine artistry with the demands of the genre in a way that is rarely, if ever, achieved. I absolutely loved it. Just stay the hell away from the trailer, as it reveals far too much, and again, misrepresents the film's true "feel".

Driver has a tone of wry amusement at everything around it, much like Gosling's half-smirk, pivoted on the toothpick perpetually in the corner of his mouth. Schmucky gangsters and mob clichés provide some laughs, but the heart of the film is Gosling's portrayal of the unnamed? main character and his sweet, underplayed romance with Mulligan and her young son.

While an ethereal synthesizer-pop soundtrack provides an at-times tender,at-times mythic undercurrent, the car chases and action scenes, when they come, are tense, brutal and brief- far more Eastern Promises than The Transporter. Mulligan plays her character all trembly, wet-eyed, sweet and innocent and is swept away by Gosling's quiet strength and self-assured charm, while Gosling speaks little and remains a mystery to the end, though we never doubt his fundamentally good nature.

The seasoned supporting cast are all very fun, except maybe for Kendricks who is relegated to a fairly irrelevant part. Of course, this is really Gosling's film, and he inhabits the character completely, turning what could be a straightforward Hollyood tough-guy role into a complex and contradictory character, self-confident and physical, yet clearly lonely and possessed with a certain peculiarity and stillness, almost reminiscent of De Niro's Travis Bickle.

Visually the film is lush and gorgeous. Like Michael Mann, Refn and his cinematographer are able to instill LA with a sense of life and character that most directors just fail to do. Unlike Mann however, Refn opts for warm orange tones over Mann's hard blues, and in one particularly beautiful sequence the familiar LA cliché of driving down the dry LA river is taken to an unexpectedly joyful conclusion.

Despite its absolute craftsmanship, Driver is probably not for everybody, which makes me sad. People who prefer bald-headed muscle men slugging and wise-cracking their way into their wallets should of course stay away, as this bears very little resemblance to the standard Hollywood fare associated with the genre, and they might well be disappointed.

But for me, Driver was sweet, surreal, mythic, tense, fun, hilarious, revolting, and surprising. See it because it will make you a better person.

And so, 10 out of 10, because it deserves it.

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