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Writers:
Drew Cullingham (writer)
Tim Biddiscombe (writer)
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Betrayal. Torture. Love.
Plot:
A dark thriller twisted around a love story. A criminal has the dilemma of whether to risk her life to save her lover, who she's betrayed. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Imogen Church ... Liz
Annette Bette Kerllow ... Millie (as Annette Kellow)

Alan Ford ... Hansen

James Fisher ... Beckett
Scott North ... Christian (as Scott Thomas)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Russell Jones ... Tom
Nick Stanley ... Heath
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Directed by
Tim Biddiscombe 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Tim Biddiscombe  writer
Drew Cullingham  writer

Produced by
Tim Biddiscombe .... producer
Steven Hall .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Rob Palmer 
 
Cinematography by
Drew Cullingham 
 
Film Editing by
Stephen Haren 
 
Production Design by
Charlie Falconer 
 
Makeup Department
Kerry Hammond .... special makeup effects artist
Chantell Jeanetta .... makeup artist (as Chantell Roy)
Lenka Krepelkova .... special makeup effects artist
 
Production Management
Jahanzeb Hayat .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Maxwell Smith .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Elizabeth Britton .... graphic designer
Richard May .... property master
 
Sound Department
Lisala Dolo .... sound recordist
Adam Mendez .... sound re-recording mixer
Alistair Moore .... boom operator
Jon Tayler-Wade .... sound designer
 
Visual Effects by
Marek Bures .... digital compositor
Michael Gahut .... digital compositor
 
Stunts
Mark Holland .... action coordinator
Andy Smart .... stunt performer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Dean Arnett .... assistant camera
Jodie Bailey .... still photographer
Gary Britton .... grip
Garfield Carrott .... camera operator
Steve Norris .... still photographer
Tom Rowe .... camera operator: second unit
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Victoria Ruskin .... costumes
 
Transportation Department
Antony Lea .... driver
 
Other crew
Luke Biddiscombe .... documentary unit
Reshma Gajjar .... set runner
Paul Harckham .... title designer
Philip Leech .... set runner
Spencer Meffert .... assistant to director
Tom Rowe .... documentary unit
Victoria Ruskin .... continuity
Margaret Wigand .... production accountant
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"NightDragon" - UK (original title)
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UK:80 min
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9 out of 38 people found the following review useful.
Actually, pretty great really., 11 April 2010
Author: sound_chaser_2001 from United Kingdom

I was very pleasantly surprised when I saw Tim Biddiscombe's film, Night Dragon, is getting a commercial release this summer. I have been one of the lucky few to have seen it so far. A friend of mine had been invited to the premier of Night Dragon in the directors home town. Knowing that I was a big fan of Alan Ford, through his roles in Snatch, and Lock Stock & Two Smoking Barrels, that friend invited me. I was told the film was an all British affair and had indeed been privately financed. Although this was no glitzy West End premier showing, it was an exciting event, particularly as I wasn't sat too far from Mr. Ford.

I wasn't expecting to enjoy the film as much as I did, but I found Night Dragon a very pacey, well written thriller, with an excellent twist at the end. I thought the story was excellent, as indeed was the acting and the filming as a whole. I was gripped throughout and the time just flew by. At the films conclusion, there was a standing ovation from the packed audience and it really felt as if I was part of something special. Tim Biddiscombe gave a short speech and I don't think he could have been any prouder if you had just given him an Oscar.

Afterwards, there was a post-film party, which I managed to blag my way into. At some point (after a few beers), I managed to collar Tim and congratulate him on the film and to wish him luck with its release. Tim was happy to stand & chat and I was really impressed to hear some of his stories of the demanding conditions in which Night Dragon was made: I would love to have been there when the police closed off a London street in order that a scene involving a speeding car and stunt crew could be filmed. Apparently, about 100 local people came out of their homes to watch and some even invited various crew members into their homes for cups of tea and applications of make-up to the actors.

I give Night Dragon 10/10, because, without corporate financial backing, it is an incredible achievement to have brought to fruition and I firmly believe this kind of hard work and talent deserves rewarding. I even got to meet Alan Ford and have my photo taken with him. Impressed? Yes, I was!

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