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Sugarhouse -- Determined to kill his wife's lover, a middle-class accountant (Steven Mackintosh, Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels) attempts to purchase a .38 from an inner-city crackhead (Ashley Walters, Get Rich or Die Tryin'), unaware the gun actually belongs to a psychotic drug lord (Andy Serkis, The Lord of the Rings) who'd kill to get his weapon back. Gritty and suspenseful, Sugarhouse is a "furious and frightening film" (Jason Solomons, The Observer), an edgy urban thriller about deception, drug deals and a gun to die for.
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24 August 2007 (UK) See more »
Upper middle class employee Tom ventures into a derelict squatter building to buy a gun from D, a cocky but stupid... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Steven Mackintosh ... Tom

Ashley Walters ... D

Andy Serkis ... Hoodwink

Adam Deacon ... Ray
Ted Nygh ... Gary

Tolga Safer ... Sef

Ade ... Paul
Tracy Whitwell ... Tanya
Stephen Gressieux ... Café Owner
Sharnie Hobbs ... Michela

Steven Robertson ... Chris the Pinhead
Sharon D. Clarke ... Crystal
Nicole Kent ... Sef's Sister
Nathan Kent ... Sef's Brother
Flor Kent ... Sef's Mum

Bronson Webb ... Gobby Youth
Evie Garratt ... Lift Lady (as Evie Garret)
Wayne Powerdavis ... Youth

James Eyres ... Youth (as James Kenward)
Obadiah Morrissey ... Youth

Jason Maza ... Crack Punter
Sam Davani ... Crack Punter
Abdi Bahdon ... Crack Punter
Darby Hawker ... Crack Punter
Tania Joseph ... Crack Punter
Gordon Jameson ... Crack Punter
Deano Mcbride ... Crack Punter
David Spencer ... Crack Punter
Uzi ... Crack Punter (as Uzi Simm)
Ben Groom ... Crack Punter
Richard Bradbury ... Crack Punter
Dominic Leyton ... Crack Punter (as Dom Leyton)
Samson ... Big Dog
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Johann Benét ... Whuntz (uncredited)

Hayley Angel Holt ... Pregnant Girl (uncredited)

Directed by
Gary Love 
Writing credits
Dominic Leyton (written by)

Produced by
Rachel Connors .... producer
Arvind Ethan David .... producer
Ben Dixon .... producer
Matthew Justice .... producer
Oliver Milburn .... producer
Michael Riley .... producer
Original Music by
Michael Price 
Cinematography by
Daniel Bronks 
Film Editing by
Peter Davies 
Casting by
Carrie Hilton 
Production Design by
Caroline Story 
Art Direction by
Stuart MacKay 
Costume Design by
Guy Speranza 
Makeup Department
Ashley Hill .... hair artist
Ashley Hill .... makeup artist
Chris Lyons .... special effects teeth
Nuala McArdle .... makeup artist
Mary Ann Waite .... makeup designer
Production Management
Stephanie Charmail .... production manager
Jay Coquillon .... post-production supervisor
Guy Walker .... production supervisor
Marion Comengre .... production and post-production manager at Met Film Post (uncredited)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Amy Coop .... first assistant director (as Adam Coop)
Heidi Gower .... third assistant director
Oliver Jefferies .... third assistant director
Lisa Radin .... second assistant director
Art Department
Danielle Bassett .... painter
Nick Clayton .... carpenter
Issie Gibbons .... art department assistant
Daniel Holloway .... standby props
Tom Kenyon .... art department assistant
Catherine Palmer .... art department assistant
Justin Piccirilli .... art department assistant
Emma Rogers .... art department assistant
Gabriel Schucan .... storyboard artist
Sound Department
Stuart Bagshaw .... foley recordist
Dan Green .... dialogue editor
Melissa Lake .... foley artist
Gareth Llewellyn .... sound re-recording mixer
Miriam Ludbrook .... supervising dialogue editor
Garth Marshall .... sound recordist
Zak Melemendjian .... dialogue editor (as Peter Melemendjian)
Emma Pegram .... assistant sound re-recording mixer
James Perry .... adr recordist
Jeremy Price .... supervising sound editor
Andrew Rowe .... boom operator
Justin Smith .... boom swinger
Barnaby Smyth .... foley artist
Jack Stew .... foley artist
David Turner .... sound technical coordinator
Shaula Walker .... sound re-recordist (as Shaula Lumley)
Special Effects by
Gary Roberts .... water effects supervisor
Visual Effects by
Justin Cornish .... additional visual effects
Nick Forshaw .... visual effects
Brooke Lyndon-Stanford .... additional visual effects
Nicola Berwick .... fight choreographer (as Nikki Berwick)
Marvin Campbell .... stunts
Ben Cooke .... fight choreographer
Gary Powell .... stunt coordinator
Curtis Rowland Small .... stunt double: D (as Curtis Small)
Camera and Electrical Department
David Agha-Rafei .... video playback assistant
Xavier Amoros .... video playback assistant
Steve Annis .... focus puller
Mark Barrs .... camera operator: second camera
Daniel Bronks .... camera operator
Aldo Camilleri .... lighting technician
Pat Daly .... rigger
Dennis Dillon .... grip
Mike Doxford .... electrician
Avelino Fernandez .... gaffer
Danny Gagatt .... first assistant camera: "b" bamera
Dave Hamilton-Green .... Steadicam operator (as David Hamilton-Green)
Dave Hamilton-Green .... camera operator: second camera (as David Hamilton-Green)
Gerry Higgins .... rigger
Anthony Kay .... focus puller: second camera
Roland Keane .... camera facilities coordinator
Richard James Lewis .... Steadicam operator
Mike Marriage .... lighting technician (as Michael Marriage)
Toby Merritt .... still photographer
Les Mills .... rigger
Mark Morley .... Steadicam grip
Mark Morley .... crane grip
Angelika Padberg .... electrician
Jackson Taylor .... grip
Casting Department
Jayne Collins .... additional casting
Ann Koska .... casting: children
Tamara Notcutt .... casting associate
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Helen O'Donnell .... costume supervisor
Editorial Department
David Chapman .... assistant on-line editor
Erika Gonzales .... assistant editor
Ewan Lawson .... supervising on-line editor
Marcus Ober .... telecine assist
Matthew Troughton .... on-line editor
Jamie Wilkinson .... telecine colorist
Aubrey Woodiwiss .... telecine assist
Music Department
Andrew Dudman .... music scoring mixer
Rael Jones .... music editor
Rael Jones .... musician: guitars, percussion and soundscapes
Jason Lamont .... music supervisor
Transportation Department
Stefano Ferrara .... unit driver
Other crew
Martyn Ball .... location security
Kate Brokaw .... assistant: Mr. David
Greg Corke .... armorer
Tamsin Curno .... production coordinator
Penny Dyer .... dialect coach
Stefano Ferrara .... floor runner
Erin Graham .... production accountant
Ben Groom .... location manager
Uzma Hasan .... development executive
Russell Honeywell .... production assistant
Kerensa Magnusson .... script supervisor (as Kerensa Burton)
Paul Manwaring .... location manager supervisor
Christos Michaels .... production lawyer
Diane Shorthouse .... runner
Joss Skottowe .... armorer
Callum Heckstall Smith .... additional floor runner
Lee Thomas .... assistant to producer
Iain Alexander .... post -production assistant (uncredited)
Peter Appleyard .... special thanks

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Rated R for pervasive language, brutal violence, drug content and some nudity
UK:90 min
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11 out of 23 people found the following review useful.
Not very good really is it., 13 September 2007
Author: opiumwillow from United Kingdom

Filmed on a relative microbudget, I was surprised this film was chosen by Slingshot as their first project, as the script really doesn't hold water and some clumsy dialogue really grates on the nerves.

As far as British films go I suppose it could have been a lot worse, and while I really didn't enjoy it the performances pull it through, right before it gets plain silly. In terms of the negative feedback that it's racked up here, most I agree with, however complaining that this film is awful because it's "like watching a play" is one of the most idiotic comments I've ever read, you're really telling us more about yourself then the film! It was based on a play which is usually no bad thing (have a look at The Big Kahuna for a good example of a one-set movie)

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