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Shoot first. Sightsee later.
Guilt-stricken after a job gone wrong, hitman Ray and his partner await orders from their ruthless boss in Bruges, Belgium, the last place in the world Ray wants to be. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Elizabeth Berrington ... Natalie
Rudy Blomme ... Ticket Seller
Olivier Bonjour ... Film Director

Mark Donovan ... Overweight Man
Ann Elsley ... Overweight Woman #2

Colin Farrell ... Ray
Jean-Marc Favorin ... Policeman (as Jean Mark Favorin)

Ralph Fiennes ... Harry

Brendan Gleeson ... Ken

Eric Godon ... Yuri

Zeljko Ivanek ... Canadian Guy
Sachi Kimura ... Imamoto

Anna Madeley ... Denise
Louis Nummy ... Harry's child #3

Clémence Poésy ... Chloe

Jordan Prentice ... Jimmy

Jérémie Renier ... Eirik (as Jérémie Rénier)

Thekla Reuten ... Marie

Theo Stevenson ... Boy in Church
Inez Stinton ... Kelli
Emily Thorling ... Overweight Woman
Angel Witney ... Harry's child #2
Bonnie Witney ... Harry's child #1
Ran Yaniv ... Barman

Stephanie Carey ... Canadian Girl
Jamie Edgell ... Boat Driver
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Susan Ateh ... Ken's Wife (uncredited)

Ciarán Hinds ... Priest (uncredited)
Arnold Montey ... Priest (uncredited)

Matt Smith ... Young Harry Waters (uncredited)

Directed by
Martin McDonagh 
Writing credits
Martin McDonagh (written by)

Produced by
Jeff Abberley .... executive producer
Julia Blackman .... executive producer
Graham Broadbent .... producer
Peter Czernin .... producer (as Pete Czernin)
Sarah Harvey .... co-producer
Tessa Ross .... executive producer
Ronaldo Vasconcellos .... line producer
Original Music by
Carter Burwell 
Cinematography by
Eigil Bryld (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Jon Gregory 
Casting by
Jina Jay 
Production Design by
Michael Carlin 
Art Direction by
Chris Lowe 
Set Decoration by
Anna Lynch-Robinson 
Costume Design by
Jany Temime 
Makeup Department
Francesco Alberico .... hair stylist
Charlotte Hayward .... hair trainee
Charlotte Hayward .... makeup trainee
Sallie Jaye .... hair designer
Sallie Jaye .... makeup designer
Sharon Martin .... makeup artist
Jemma Scott-Knox-Gore .... contact lens technician
David White .... prosthetic makeup designer: Altered States FX
Pamela Goldammer .... prosthetics workshop technician (uncredited)
Production Management
James Biddle .... unit production manager
Alistair Hopkins .... post-production supervisor
Grietje Lammertyn .... unit production manager
Judy Richter .... production-in-charge
Ben Urquhart .... Post Production Executive
Steve Harvey .... unit manager: UK (uncredited)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Matthew Penry-Davey .... first assistant director
Charlie Reed .... third assistant director
Lance Roehrig .... second assistant director
Art Department
Joshua Barraud .... stand-by art director
Philippe Bertin .... set dresser
Jacco Bout .... dressing props
Tim Browning .... assistant art director
Robert Clarke .... construction rigger
Guy Cope .... stand-by rigger
George Dean .... head painter
Arwel Evans .... stand-by props
Stephen Forrest-Smith .... storyboard artist (as Steve Forrest-Smith)
Niki Geeraerts .... stagehand
Muffin Green .... property master
Kathy Heaser .... graphic designer
Peter Hodge .... stand-by carpenter
Alex King .... stand-by props (as Alez King)
Richard Law .... construction rigger
Steven Liegeois .... production buyer: BE
Chris Lievens .... stand-by props
Adam McCreight .... dressing props (as Adam McReight)
Pascal Mievis .... carpenter
Eddie Murphy .... construction supervisor
Robbe Nuyttens .... set dresser
Mark Overall .... carpenter
Gert Pannecoucke .... petty cash buyer
Antoine Robin .... construction manager
Antoine Robin .... construction manager
Ignacio J. Santeugini .... carpenter (as Nacho Santeugini)
Luke Sargent .... carpenter
Nick Sargent .... construction supervisor (as Nicholas Sargent)
Russell Sargent .... carpenter (as Russ Sargent)
Charlotte Sierens .... art department runner
Patrick Tierssoone .... construction technical advisor
Peggy Verstraeten .... assistant props master
Peggy Verstraeten .... stand-by props
Rod Whiting .... storeman
Sarah Whittle .... production buyer: London
Peter Wilkinson .... painter
Rohan Harris .... model maker (uncredited)
Colin Jackman .... sculptor (uncredited)
John Jones .... prop maker (uncredited)
Sound Department
Robert Brazier .... foley mixer
Oliver Brierley .... re-recording mixer
Peter Burgis .... foley artist (as Pete Burgis)
Paul Carr .... adr mixer
Rich Crescenti .... adr recordist
Alistair Crocker .... production sound mixer
Andie Derrick .... foley artist (as Andi Derrick)
Alex Fielding .... sound mix technician
Arthur Graley .... foley editor (as Arthur Grayley)
James Harbour .... sound maintenance engineer
Sue Harding .... foley artist
James Harrison .... sound effects editor
Nigel Heath .... adr mixer
Nigel Heath .... re-recording mixer
Dan Morgan .... adr editor
Dan Morgan .... dialogue editor
Rob Saunders .... sound assistant
Julian Slater .... supervising sound editor
Jessica Ward .... assistant sound editor
Rowena Wilkinson .... foley artist
Robert Edwards .... adr recordist (uncredited)
Johan Maertens .... epk sound recordist (uncredited)
Beauxregard Neylon .... adr mixer (uncredited)
Jamie Roden .... adr mixer (uncredited)
Chris Sturmer .... sound consultant: dolby (uncredited)
Special Effects by
James Davis III .... snow effects technician (as James Davies)
James Davis III .... special effects senior technician (as James Davies)
Hugh Goodbody .... special effects senior technician
Mark Holt .... special effects supervisor
David Johns .... snow effects technician
Peter Kersey .... senior sfx technician
Russell Pritchett .... special effects technician
Delroy Reid .... snow effects technician (as Del Reid)
Stephen Shelley .... snow effects senior technician
Jamie Weguelin .... special effects technician (as Jamie Wegeulin)
Barry Best .... mould maker (uncredited)
Oliver Guy-Watkins .... snow effects technician (uncredited)
Graham Riddell .... senior special effects technician (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Louie Alexander .... retouch and restoration: Framestore-CFC
Simon Allmark .... visual effects editor: Double Negative
Oliver Atherton .... sequence lead compositor: Double Negative
Michael Atkin .... matchmover: Double Negative
Nicola Atkinson .... matchmove artist: Double Negative
Ben Baker .... head of digital lab: Framestore-CFC
Richard Briscoe .... visual effects supervisor: Double Negative
Andy Burrow .... scanning and recording manager: Framestore-CFC
Francesca Canducci .... retouch and restoration: Framestore-CFC
Eric D'Souza .... digital lab engineer: Framestore-CFC
Jerome Dewhurst .... digital lab engineer: Frametore-CFC
Richard Diver .... visual effects editor: Double Negative
Kenneth Fanning .... matchmover: Double Negative (as Ken Fanning)
Zoltán Fiedler .... digital compositor
Gavin Gregory .... visual effects coordinator: Double Negative
Jerry Hall .... compositor: Double Negative
Adam Hawkes .... retouch and restoration: Framestore-CFC
Aeon Henderson .... compositor: Double Negative
Joseph Hoare .... scanning and recording: Framestore-CFC
Yan Jennings .... film mastering engineer: Framestore-CFC
Jody Johnson .... digital supervisor: Double Negative
David Johnston .... data operator: Framestore-CFC
Kevin Lowery .... film mastering engineer: Framestore-CFC
Rupert Porter .... visual effects producer: Double Negative
Ian Redmond .... digital lab engineer: Framestore-CFC
Jimmy Saul .... scanning and recording: Framestore-CFC
Nick Stanley .... retouch and restoration: Framestore-CFC
Davi Stein .... compositor: Double Negative
Odean Thompson .... retouch and restoration: Framestore-CFC (as O'Dean Thompson)
Simon Trafford .... sequence lead compositor: Double Negative
Simon Wessely .... data operator: Framestore-CFC
Patrick Zentis .... digital matte painter: Double Negative
Szvák Antal .... visual effects coordinator: Cube Effects (uncredited)
Jaume Arteman .... digital compositor: Double Negative (uncredited)
Zoltán Benyó .... visual effects producer: Cube Effects (uncredited)
Zachary Bloom .... scanning and recording: Framestore-CFC (uncredited)
Clare Brody .... digital intermediate: data operator (uncredited)
Paul Burke .... scanning and recording: Framestore-CFC (uncredited)
Dave Calub .... retouch and restoration: Framestore-CFC (uncredited)
Zoe Cousins .... scan record operator (uncredited)
Richard Edwards .... data operator: Framestore-CFC (uncredited)
Péter Farkas .... digital compositor: Cube Effects (uncredited)
Tamás Fiedler .... digital compositor: Cube Effects (uncredited)
Mai Gray .... retouch and restoration: Framestore-CFC (uncredited)
Alistair Hamer .... film mastering engineer (uncredited)
Pete Hanson .... studio manager: Double Negative (uncredited)
Karsten Hecker .... scanning & film recording assistant manager: Framestore-CFC (uncredited)
John Inch .... retouch and restoration (uncredited)
Rafal Kaniewski .... compositor (uncredited)
Pál Klemm .... supervising digital compositor: Cube Effects (uncredited)
Katalin Kriskó .... roto/prep artist: Cube Effects (uncredited)
Aaron Lear .... digital cleanup artist: Framestore-CFC (uncredited)
Taz Lodder .... technical support: Double Negative (uncredited)
James Long .... data operator (uncredited)
Veronica Marcano .... scanning and recording operator: Framestore-CFC (uncredited)
James Reed .... scanning and recording (uncredited)
Attila Szapek .... compositor: Cube Effects (uncredited)
Zoltán Szegedi .... digital artist: Cube Effects (uncredited)
Gábor Székely .... technical director: Cube Effects (uncredited)
Derek Walsh .... assistant visual effects editor: Double Negative (uncredited)
Péter Závorszky .... visual effects production manager: Cube Effects (uncredited)
James Embree .... stunt double: Ray
Paul Herbert .... stunt coordinator
Rowley Irlam .... stunts (uncredited)
Mark Mottram .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Roy Branch .... rigging electrician
Jaap Buitendijk .... still photographer
Monique Carboni .... research photographer: Bruges
Wailoon Chung .... shooting electrician
Ian Clark .... focus puller
Nic Cupac .... key grip
Cuong Dang .... video assist operator
Warren Ewen .... rigging gaffer
Tony Goulding .... rigging electrician
Mark Hanlon .... best boy
Rawdon Hayne .... focus puller: "b" camera
Tom Hooker .... camera trainee
Jody Knight .... grip trainee
Andy Long .... gaffer
Iain Mackay .... camera loader: "b" camera
Danny Madden .... rigging electrician
David Maund .... grip: "b" camera
Robert Rabson .... shooting electrician (as Rob Rabson)
Peter Robertson .... Steadicam operator
Peter Robertson .... camera operator
Jon Saunders .... shooting electrician
Colin Strachan .... grip: "b" camera
Simon Surtees .... clapper loader
Wim Temmerman .... additional electrician
Gideon van Essen .... additional electrician
Kristof Van Torre .... additional electrician
Simon Baker .... daily camera operator (uncredited)
Julien Covens .... grip (uncredited)
Ian Speed .... libra technician (uncredited)
Roel Tanghe .... electrician (uncredited)
Christophe Vanhoutte .... electrician (uncredited)
Casting Department
Dixie Chassay .... casting assistant: UK
Patrick Hella .... additional casting: BE
Lucinda Johnston .... casting assistant: UK
Jakob Verbruggen .... extras casting coordinator
Jakob Verbruggen .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Chloe Aubry .... costume assistant
Rosy Coppola .... seamstress
Richard Davies .... assistant costume designer
Laurent Guinci .... costume supervisor
Neil Murphy .... costume assistant
Michelle Philo .... costume buyer (as Michelle Gisonda)
Editorial Department
Greg Barrett .... head of film: Deluxe
Tabitha Blythe .... digital intermediate editorial
Ben Bradley .... on-line editor: Deluxe
Jo Dixon .... first assistant editor (as Jo-Anne Dixon)
Alec Gibson .... color grader: Deluxe
Adam Glasman .... digital intermediate colorist
Adam Gough .... second assistant editor
Jan Hogevold .... digital intermediate executive producer
Stuart Nippard .... digital intermediate conform editor
Ian Seymour .... first assistant editor
Maria Stroka .... digital intermediate producer
Chris Andrews .... negative cutter (uncredited)
Stephen Bearman .... colorist: dailies (uncredited)
Sara Janasz .... post-production coordinator (uncredited)
Sabine McDonald .... negative cutter (uncredited)
Kelly Smith .... negative cutter (uncredited)
Location Management
Jelle Claeys .... location assistant: BE
Jo van Hende .... location manager: BE (as Jo Van Hande)
Johan Ivens .... location assistant: BE
Ellen Scheers .... location assistant: BE
Reinhout Vandeputte .... location assistant: BE (as Reinout Vandeputte)
Dan Whitty .... location manager: London (as Daniel Whitty)
Music Department
James Bellamy .... music editor
Christine Bergren .... music legal and clearances
Carter Burwell .... conductor
Carter Burwell .... orchestrator
Karen Elliott .... music supervisor
Michael Farrow .... scoring mixer
Isobel Griffiths .... orchestra contractor
Dave Hartley .... musician: piano (as David Hartley)
Jill Streater .... copyist
Craig Braginsky .... composer: additional music (uncredited)
Adam Langston .... composer: additional music (uncredited)
Dean Parker .... composer assistant (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Philippe Bertin .... driver: prop
Malcolm Cooper .... driver: facilities
Paul Frederickson .... driver: facilities
Jeff Hudson .... driver: Mr. Gleeson
Tony Jayes .... driver: Mr. Farrell
Michael Knight .... driver: facilities
Marek Kowelski .... driver: facilities
Colin McDaid .... transportation captain: facilities
Randy Nichols .... driver: facilities
Robbe Nuyttens .... driver: prop
Steve Rivenell .... unit driver (as Stephen Rivenell)
Barrie Williams .... driver: Mr. Fiennes
Cain Lee .... driver: camera car, UK (uncredited)
Other crew
Charline Adriaens .... assistant production coordinator: BE
John Alfred .... finance executive
Roland Ballard .... assistant production coordinator: UK
Mark Beaumont .... production accountant
Alain Berenboom .... legal advisor: BE
Charles Bodycomb .... on-set armorer (as Charlie Bodycomb)
Russell Boswell .... chef: Ace Film Catering
Jonas Boutens .... production runner: BE
Deepti Burton .... legal services: Wiggin LLP
Tomas Coppejans .... assistant set location manager
Judy Crane .... chef: Ace Film Catering
Matt Curtis .... title designer
Lara Davis .... production runner: UK
Kaat De Jonghe .... production runner: BE
Lars de Kuyper .... set production assistant
Tine de Meulenaere .... production assistant: BE (as Tine Demeulenaere)
Paul Dray .... laboratory contact: Deluxe
Nicky Earnshaw .... production coordinator
Katleen Goossens .... assistant accountant: BE
Lisa Jane Graham .... craft service
Louise Green .... assistant accountant: post-production
Paul Grindey .... head of business affairs: Film4
Ruth Halliday .... clearances: The Clearing House
Hanne Hauquier .... production assistant: BE
Samson Haveland .... floor runner (as Sam Haveland)
Alistair Hays .... chef: Ace Film Catering
Emma Hayter .... dialect coach: Mr. Renier
Emma Hazell .... assets administrator (as Emma Olrich-Smith)
Mick Hurrell .... health & safety advisor
Barbara Jansen .... base production assistant
Bieke Janssens .... assistant: Mr. Fiennes
Ariane Joachimowicz .... legal advisor: BE
Joanna Johnson .... legal and production: Scion Films
Tracey Josephs .... head of production: Film4
Rachel Kennedy .... unit publicist
Miles Ketley .... legal services: Wiggin LLP, Film 4
Tamara King .... production runner: UK
Ben Knight .... production assistant: Blueprint
Buzz Koenig .... Production Executive
Rowena Ladbury .... script supervisor
Jo Littlejohn .... second assistant accountant
Seb Loden .... production assistant
Todd Lundquist .... assistant: director
Dieter Moeyaert .... stand-in: utility
Charles Moore .... legal services: Wiggin LLP
Ante Novakovic .... assistant: Mr. Farrell
Paula Oehlers .... unit nurse: BE
Katharine Otway .... legal services: Wiggin LLP
Martin Parr .... chef: Ace Film Catering
Bev Reid .... assistant: Mr. Abberley and Mrs. Blackman, Scion Films
Jo Rogers .... head of creative affairs: Scion Films
Katrien Rycx .... assistant: Mr. Gleeson
Lara Sargent .... accountant: post-production, JFA Inc.
Joanne Sennitt .... head of group finance: Scion Films
Jana Tallieu .... set production assistant
Ben Thomas .... legal and production: Scion Films
Liesbet Vaes .... assistant production coordinator: BE
Davina Van Belle .... second assistant accountant: BE
Carl Van Oyen .... production runner: BE
Jan Verstraete .... stand-in: utility
Maarten Vyncke .... production runner: BE
Julia Wilson Dickson .... dialect coach: Mr. Fiennes (as Julia Wilson-Dickson)
Sarah-Jane Wilson .... first assistant accountant
Nadira Azermai .... production assistant: dailies (uncredited)
Dave Evans .... armourer (uncredited)
Frankie Malhotra .... production coordinator (uncredited)
Paulette Osorio .... publicity executive (uncredited)
Tom Reps .... assistant set location manager (uncredited)
Judy Richter .... production consultant (uncredited)
Sascha Robey .... armorer (uncredited)
Ben Urquhart .... post production executive (uncredited)
Helen Varty .... assistant: Tessa Ross (uncredited)
John McDonagh .... thanks

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Rated R for strong bloody violence, pervasive language and some drug use
107 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Sound Mix:
Argentina:16 | Australia:MA15+ | Austria:14 | Brazil:16 | Canada:18A (Alberta/British Columbia/Ontario) | Canada:14A (Manitoba) | Canada:13+ (Québec) | Chile:14 | Finland:K-15 | France:Tous publics (with warning) | Germany:16 | Iceland:16 (theatrical rating) | Iceland:12 (video rating) | Ireland:18 (DVD rating) | Ireland:16 (theatrical rating) | Mexico:C | Netherlands:16 | New Zealand:R16 | Peru:14 | Portugal:M/16 | Singapore:M18 (cut) | South Africa:16 | South Korea:18 | Spain:18 | Sweden:15 (DVD rating) | UK:18 | USA:R (certificate #43954)

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When Ray refers to the dwarf in Time Bandits (1981), he is thinking of actor David Rappaport, who committed suicide in 1990.See more »
Continuity: When Harry and Ken meet in the outdoor restaurant, the type of glass Harry drinks from changes from a large glass to a small glass.See more »
[first lines]
Ray:After I killed them, I dropped the gun in the Thames, washed the residue off me hands in the bathroom of a Burger King, and walked home to await instructions. Shortly thereafter the instructions came through. "Get the fuck out of London, youse dumb fucks. Get to Bruges." I didn't even know where Bruges fucking was.
Ray:It's in Belgium.
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178 out of 236 people found the following review useful.
You got to stick with your principles…In Bruges, 23 February 2008
Author: jaredmobarak from buffalo, ny, usa

I think that I will shortly be purchasing the Oscar winning short film Six Shooter from 2004. I've got an iTunes gift card for just the job. The thought occurred to me after seeing the wonderful debut from director Martin McDonagh, In Bruges. After seeing the trailer, which really worked for me, many times and wondering at how it is from an Oscar winning director yet never hearing of the name, I did some research. While he already has more little gold men than Alfred Hitchcock, his actual feature premiere is what has opened this weekend. It is Irish, most definitely, and if you have trouble with the accent, maybe you should steer clear until in comes out on DVD, however, if you can cope, this is a smart pitch black comedy. When I say pitch black, I mean black hole expanse of darkness. The trailer leads you to believe it will be an uproarious time, and while it is very funny and very smart, there is a tragic event that is held over the proceedings, lending a somber shadow over all that occurs. In the end though, it is consistent with its wit and drama, telling an intriguing story and never relying on the laughs to hide any plot point that the creators may not have wanted to work out to completion.

If I am to gripe about anything, it will be the ending. Not the very end, however, as that is absolutely perfect. The camera-work, voice-over, and final shot cannot be argued, it is the climax that happens just before that rings false. It is the only moment like that, though, so I don't hold it against the film. McDonagh needed a way to get his characters to their arc's conclusions and if that means turning one of the roles, at first seeming to be there for jokes, into a pawn for a symmetrical kind of convenience, I'll give him that reprieve. As far as fitting with the story, yeah it works; it has to because the incident is alluded to unknowingly at many times during the course of the sightseeing romp. I guess I think it fits too well and wish McDonagh could have come up with another way to do it.

Besides that, though, In Bruges is a great time at the theatre. Colin Farrell is steadily becoming a favorite of mine with his precise comic timing and broad facial expressions. I may be one of the few people on earth that loved his comedic turn in Woody Allen's Cassandra's Dream, (yes I truly believe the comedy was intentional), and here he shows it was not a fluke. Kind of similar to his scene-stealing role in Intermission, he is a punk with a lousy disposition and disregard for tact. Here, however, he also has a conscience. This tug-of-war is ripe for laughs as he is a sweet guy, he just doesn't know how to keep his mouth shut. One-liners are in abundance and you will be laughing continuously. Brendan Gleeson helps this fact by being an effective straightman to play off of. He knows the score and tries to enjoy the "fairytale" city while his cohort sulks and puts on "moods like a five year old" because, honestly, unless you grew up on a farm and were slightly retarded, Bruges is really just hell on earth. (Actually, the city looks pretty great and I wouldn't mind checking it out once in my lifetime.) The periphery roles, and there are many, also add depth and interest to the film. Small characters like Eric Godon's alcove loving gun dealer, Jordan Prentice as a horse-tranquilizer taking midget actor (he played Howard the Duck, that is awesome), and Clémence Poésy as the love interest and enigma Cholë all are fun and never quite feel just thrown in as jokes, but instead integral parts to the story. Of course, the great Ralph Fiennes is involved too. His accent and vocabulary rivals Ben Kingsley in Sexy Beast and unfortunately is a much smaller part than anticipated from the trailer. Well maybe not unfortunately, because if he was in more it might have become a gimmick. I also couldn't help stop thinking of Harry Potter with Mad-Eye Moody, Lord Voldemort, and Fleur Delacour all involved.

I highly recommend this film for anyone looking to see a good drama with comic overtones. Don't go in thinking this is to be a total good time, with laughs a minute, there is so much more to the tale that you may not expect or necessarily be hoping for. At times it is very dark and drains every molecule of happiness out of your heads, but thankfully a good joke or line will be coming shortly to alleviate the depression.

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