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Bronson -- A biopic of notorious British criminal Charles Bronson.
Bronson -- A biopic of notorious British criminal Charles Bronson.

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Writers:
Brock Norman Brock (screenplay) and
Nicolas Winding Refn (screenplay)
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Release Date:
13 March 2009 (Ireland) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
The Man. The Myth. The Celebrity.
Plot:
A young man who was sentenced to seven years in prison for robbing a post office ends up spending three decades in solitary confinement. During this time, his own personality is supplanted by his alter-ego, Charles Bronson. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
Awards:
3 wins & 5 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
Journey into aggression See more (131 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Tom Hardy ... Charles Bronson / Michael Peterson

Kelly Adams ... Irene

Luing Andrews ... Hysterical Screw

Katy Barker ... Julie
Gordon Brown ... Screw
Amanda Burton ... Charlie's Mum
Mark Devenport ... Nurse 1 (as Mark Davenport)
Paul Donnelly ... Screw
Andrew Forbes ... Charlie's Dad
Jon House ... Webber

Matt King ... Paul Daniels

James Lance ... Phil
Holly Lucas ... Young Man

Juliet Oldfield ... Alison

Jonny Phillips ... Prison Governor
Mark Powley ... Andy Love / Friendly Screw

Hugh Ross ... Uncle Jack
Andrew St. John ... Workshop Supervisor

Joe Tucker ... John White

Tracy Wiles ... Jewellery Shop Assistant 1
Mark Fish ... Fish and Chips Shop Manager
Kalron Scott Busuttil ... Baby Charlie (as Kairon Scott Busuttil)
Raphael Cilla ... Baby Michael

Sam Cullingworth ... Prison Officer (as Sam Cullingwick)
Adryan Puicella ... Prison Officer
D. Keye ... Prison Officer
Peter D. Brammer ... Prison Officer
Lee Alvey ... Prison Officer
James McIntyne ... Prison Officer
Sebastian Rodgers ... Prison Officer
Rob Frost ... Prison Officer
Wez Smith ... Prison Officer
J.H. Bond ... Prison Officer
Simon Field ... Prison Officer
Peter Barry ... Prison Officer
Alexander Jablonskas ... Prison Officr

Roger Camden ... Prison Officer (as Roger L. Camden)
David Clayton ... Prison Officer
Jason Whiteby ... Prison Officer
Bob Brookes ... Prison Officer
Anthony Oddy ... Prison Officer
J. Keye ... Prison Officer
Nick Stock ... Prison Officer / Screw
Alan Hefferon ... Prison Officer
David Jackson ... Prison Officer

June Bladon ... Prison Officer
Ian Kitch ... Prison Officer
David Nixon ... Prison Officer
Michael Gregory ... Prison Officer / Screw
Matthew Meakin ... Prison Officer / Screw
Matthew Bennett ... Prison Officer / Screw
Dean Daly ... Prison Officer / Screw
Alain Greaves ... Prison Officer / Screw

Bob Gale ... Prison Officer / Screw
M. Shirra ... Prison Officer / Screw
Lee Birkett ... Prison Officer / Screw
Les Fitzakly ... Screw
Steven Smith ... Screw
Matt Mathew ... Screw
Christopher Smith ... Screw
Malcolm Scotten ... Screw
Phillip Sharpe ... Screw
R. Hools ... Screw
Martin Kay ... Screw
Adam Bacon ... Screw
Mark Shiran ... Screw
Ian Kitchenham ... Screw
Gary White ... Prisoner / Gangster
Jimmy Ball ... Prisoner
Barry Lee ... Prisoner
Michael Nurse ... Prisoner
Kevin Rutter ... Old Con
G.R.L. Horobin ... Old Con
E.T. Harry ... Homo Con
Chris Thompson ... Con
Matt Legg ... Con
Lee Jables ... Con
Shane Barker ... Con
Zah Siddall ... Con
Brendan McCoy ... Con
Dean Spicksley ... Con (as Dean Spinksley)
John Jennick ... Con
Rick Wake ... Con
Tonylee Brown ... Con
Andy Moffatt ... Con
Iain Hines ... Shower Con
Adam Karimjee ... Shower Con
Davey Smith ... Shower Con
Darren Pegg ... Shower Con
Philip Catham ... Shower Con
A. Hendons ... Shower Con
J. Gains ... Shower Con
Joe Corr ... Shower Con
Paul Baguley ... Shower Con
M. Connolly ... Shower Con
Graham Bishop ... Shower Con
R.F. Florence ... Gangster
Lindsay Frayne ... Gangster
Leighton Frayne ... Gangster
Kas Syed ... Gangster
Mark Stocks ... Gangster
Jonathan Morrish ... Gangster (as John Morrish)
Tony Nixon ... Gangster
Wayne Robinson ... Gangster
Matthew Whitaker ... Gangster
Garry Green ... Gangster
Mick Coult ... Psychiatric Nurse
Jeff Scott Smith ... Nurse
Darren Edge ... Nurse
David Pleasance ... Nurse
Daz Lelah ... Nurse
A. Gough-Martin ... Nurse
Michael Whitehead ... Nurse
Paul Carty ... Nurse
Chris Hill ... Nurse
Ben Dean ... Nurse
Gerry Brown ... Loon / Patient
Paul Igoe ... Loon / Patient / Additional Background Artist
Ian Pickering ... Loon / Patient
David Benton ... Loon / Patient
Yvonne Varnier ... Loon / Patient
Frank Campbell ... Loon / Patient
Jack Gavin ... Loon / Patient
Martin Ramsay ... Loon / Patient
Terry Fielder ... Loon / Patient
Dan Knower ... Loon / Patient
Richard Jones ... Loon / Patient
M. Risdon ... Loon / Patient
Darren Turner ... Loon / Patient
Simon Ray ... Loon / Patient
June Bredon ... Topless Dancer
Amy Fisher ... Topless Dancer
Zoey Sheppard ... Topless Dancer
Portia ... Topless Dancer
Daniel Wilson ... Barman
Laura Cucu ... Barman
Philip Hackley ... Train Customer
Martin Berry ... Train Customer
Carol Cummings ... Train Customer (as Carol Bunting)
Denise Felt ... Train Customer
Kimi Gill ... Party Guest
J. Blake ... Party Guest
Jane McLennan ... Party Guest / Uncle Jack's Party Guest
Angela Allen ... Party Guest
Cath Bedson ... Party Guest
Jill Bowring ... Party Guest
Robin Drake ... Party Guest (as Rob Drake)
Mark Bower ... Party Guest
Raphael ... Party Guest
R.E. Leonard ... Headmaster

Neil Broome ... Headmaster
Shaun Darker ... Policeman
Nick Baglaly ... Policeman (as Nick Baglalv)
Colin Thompson ... Policeman
Danny Hansford ... Boxing Crowd Member
Colin Shakh ... Boxing Crowd Member
Mandy Kay ... Boxing Crowd Member
Chris Ainsworth ... Boxing Crowd Member
Julian Plumb ... Boxing Crowd Member
Duncan Barber ... Boxing Crowd Member
Tim Ewin ... Boxing Crowd Member (as Tim Ewins)
Alex Beumer ... Boxing Crowd Member
David Steggles ... Boxing Crowd Member
D.L. Hartill ... Boxing Crowd Member
Shelia Scott-Smith ... Boxing Crowd Member
Jan Deebawk ... Boxing Crowd Member
Sofia Smith ... Boxing Crowd Member
Mohammed Iftkhar ... Boxing Crowd Member / Theatre Crowd Member
Terry Silk ... Boxing Crowd Member / Theatre Crowd Member
Richard Hilton ... Boxing Crowd Member / Theatre Crowd Member
Shane Cooke ... Boxing Crowd Member / Theatre Crowd Member
Gail Cooke ... Boxing Crowd Member / Theatre Crowd Member
Nik Spencer ... Boxing Crowd Member / Theatre Crowd Member (as Nick Spencer)
Lee Griffiths ... Boxing Crowd Member / Theatre Crowd Member
Paul Corbitt ... Boxing Crowd Member / Theatre Crowd Member
Darryl Spencer ... Inflatable Crowd Member
Spencer Lammy ... Inflatable Crowd Member
Nick Golden ... Inflatable Crowd Member
Neil Gregory ... Inflatable Crowd Member
Victoria Barker ... Crowd Member
Esther Jeanes ... Crowd Member
Abigail Webster ... Crowd Member
Loraine Salvage ... Crowd Member
Jason Chambers ... Crowd Member
Ifty ... Crowd Member
Andy Loot ... Passer-By
Simon Broadhurst ... Passer-By
Darren Godfrey ... Bronson Family Member
Andrew Mowbray ... Drag Queen
Eoin Mount ... Drag Queen
Peter Edwards ... Traveller
Brender Jackson ... Traveller
Ade Andrew ... Traveller
Leah Hinton-Fishlock ... Uncle Jack's Party Guest
Sonnia Wheatley ... Uncle Jack's Party Guest
Helen Grayson ... Uncle Jack's Party Guest (as China Black)
Phillip Powel ... Uncle Jack's Party Guest
Kate Hesketh ... Uncle Jack's Party Guest
Andy Walton ... Additional Background Artist
Scott Clarke ... Additional Background Artist
Gwyn Jones ... Additional Background Artist
Daniel Knowles ... Additional Background Artist
P. Lee ... Additional Background Artist
Dan Leigh ... Additional Background Artist
Tony Gough-Martin ... Additional Background Artist
Stuart J. Dall ... Additional Background Artist
Gordon Smith ... Additional Background Artist
P. Burke ... Additional Background Artist
Charlie Whyman ... Additional Background Artist
Allan Price ... Additional Background Artist
G. Rooke ... Additional Background Artist
Emma Camm ... Additional Background Artist
Lucy Ball ... Additional Background Artist
Denise Davenport ... Additional Background Artist (as Denise Devonport)
Emma Streeter ... Additional Background Artist
Rachel Starer ... Additional Background Artist
Diane Powell ... Additional Background Artist
Steven Spence ... Additional Background Artist
Dave Clipston ... Additional Background Artist
Simon Stook ... Additional Background Artist
Tristan Barudon ... Additional Background Artist
David Orange ... Additional Background Artist
Zens Zinnemann ... Additional Background Artist
David Whiteley ... Additional Background Artist
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Edward Bennett-Coles ... Brian (uncredited)
William Darke ... Charles Bronson - Age 13 (uncredited)
Anna Griffin ... Train Girl (uncredited)

Directed by
Nicolas Winding Refn 
 
Writing credits
Brock Norman Brock (screenplay) and
Nicolas Winding Refn (screenplay)

Produced by
Suzanne Alizart .... executive producer
Jessica Cooke .... co-producer
Sean Faughnan .... co-producer
Simon Fawcett .... executive producer
Danny Hansford .... producer
Jane Hooks .... co-producer
Nick Love .... executive producer
Paul Martin .... executive producer
Rob Morgan .... executive producer
Allan Niblo .... executive producer
Kate Ogborn .... executive producer
Rupert Preston .... producer
James Richardson .... executive producer
Thor Sigurjonsson .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Johnny Jewel 
 
Cinematography by
Larry Smith (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Matthew Newman  (as Mat Newman)
 
Casting by
Des Hamilton 
 
Production Design by
Adrian Smith 
 
Art Direction by
Jane Levick  (as Janey Levick)
 
Costume Design by
Sian Jenkins 
 
Makeup Department
Lily Beckett .... hair stylist
Lily Beckett .... makeup artist
Vikki Lawson .... hair stylist
Vikki Lawson .... makeup artist
Niamh Morrison .... makeup designer
Zoey Stones .... hair stylist (as Zoey Stone)
Zoey Stones .... makeup artist (as Zoey Stone)
Heather Manson .... makeup artist: dailies (uncredited)
Andy Seston .... makeup artist: dailies (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Rebekka Garrido .... post-production supervisor
Daniel Gulliver .... production manager (as Danny Gulliver)
Matthew Newman .... post-production supervisor (as Mat Newman)
Jason Nightingale .... unit manager
Michael Reuter .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Rachel Dargavel .... third assistant director
Ian Hughes .... additional third assistant director
Jamie Macdermott .... first assistant director
Adam Morris .... second assistant director
Nickie Sault .... additional first assistant director
Jake Rollins .... daily assistant director (uncredited)
 
Art Department
Adam Ali .... construction manager
Hannah Boyton .... art department assistant
Lizzie Dixon .... art department assistant
Eva Freeman .... art department assistant
Alex Giles .... art department assistant
Neil Gregory .... art department runner
Emma Minshull .... stand-by props
Andrew Ranner .... assistant art director
Andrew Ranner .... property master
John Savage .... art department daily assistant
Dean Spicksley .... art department assistant
Neil Thomas .... art department assistant
Joe Withers .... stand-by art director
Daz Spencer-Lovesey .... set dresser (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Felix Andriessens .... adr editor
Tim Barker .... sound recordist
Chinna Boapeah .... sound maintenance (as Chinna Udenze)
Grant Bridgeman .... sound maintenance
Christian Conrad .... sound designer
Lars Ginzel .... sound re-recording mixer
Noemi Hampel .... foley editor
Carsten Richter .... foley artist
Dominik Schleier .... supervising sound editor
Hanse Warns .... foley recordist
 
Visual Effects by
Philipp Großmann .... scanning supervisor
Patrizia Jendrzej .... compositing artist
Florian Obrecht .... visual effects artist
Kolja Schoon .... scanning operator (uncredited)
Juri Stanossek .... visual effects supervisor (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Sean Adames .... stunt performer
Gary Arthurs .... stunt performer
Stuart Clark .... stunt performer (as Stuart Clarke)
Rob Cooper .... stunt performer
James Embree .... stunt performer
Dean Forster .... stunt performer
Paul Heasman .... stunt performer
Lyndon S. Hellewell .... stunt performer (as Lyndon Stuart-Hellewell)
Rowley Irlam .... stunt performer
Vincent Keane .... stunt performer (as Ginger Keane)
Paul Kennington .... stunt performer
Paul Kulik .... stunt performer
Derek Lea .... stunt performer
Maurice Lee .... stunt performer
Tony Lucken .... stunt performer
Ray Nicholas .... stunt performer
Brian Nickels .... stunt performer (as Brian Sunny Nickels)
Gordon Seed .... stunt performer
Matt Sherren .... stunt performer
Andy Smart .... stunt performer
Julian Spencer .... stunt coordinator
Tony Van Silva .... stunt performer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Robert Binnall .... camera operator
Robert Binnall .... director of photography: second unit
Freddie Bonfanti .... electrician (as Frederico Bonfantil)
David Churchyard .... additional loader (as Dave Churchyard)
Rachel Clark .... clapper loader
Aidan Dungait .... camera assistant
Jermaine Edwards .... video assistant
James Foster .... focus puller
Daniel Gadd .... additional clapper loader (as Dan Gadd)
Chris Harris .... additional still photographer
Chris Hewitt .... assistant grip
Jamie Hicks .... additional focus puller (as James Hicks)
Kevin Noble .... electrician
Steve Potts .... electrician
Dean Rogers .... still photographer
Ravinder Singh .... electrician
Chris Sowden .... electrician (as Chris Sowdern)
Alan Walker .... gaffer
Phil Whittaker .... key grip
Barry Squires .... assistant camera: selected assignments (uncredited)
 
Animation Department
Britt Dunse .... animator: 2D
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Spencer Lammy .... costume trainee
Jo Mapp .... costume supervisor
Emma Rees .... costume assistant
 
Editorial Department
Bernie Greiner .... digital grader
Henning Hahn .... digital intermediate supervisor
Louise Killin .... post-production coordinator
Alyson Pengelly .... post-production assistant
Jason Rayton .... assistant editor
Gregor Wille .... digital intermediate supervisor
Marie Ernst .... post-production coordinator (uncredited)
Simona Harrison .... colorist: dailies (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Lol Hammond .... music supervisor
 
Transportation Department
Louisa Dance .... runner driver
Craig Hudson .... driver: facilities
Ian Kitchingman .... driver: camera truck
 
Other crew
Andi Aikman .... caterer: Kendrick Caterers
Suzanne Alizart .... representative: EM Media
Abigail Atkinson .... assistant production coordinator (as Abi Atkinson)
Joe Barcham .... epk director
Wahida Begum .... publicity and marketing
Mark Birmingham .... financial controller
Vicky Chapman .... location assistant
Victoria Chapple .... production assistant: Producers, Vertigo Films
Camilo Colaço .... adr loop group
Dan Connolly .... location manager
Danielle Dajani .... representative: Aramid Capital Partners
Kate de la Grense .... representative: Aramid Capital Partners
Mark Durkin .... representative: EM Media
Yvonne Eastmond .... production accountant (as Eve Eastmond)
Mark Fish .... film consultant
Mochele Frankland .... representative: Aramid Capital Partners
Malcolm Freeman .... adr loop group
Anna Griffin .... assistant: director
Ruth Halliday .... clearances
Robbie Hamilton .... adr loop group
Emma Hartley .... development executive
Stephen Hole .... head of finance: Vertigo Films
Andie Jackson .... adr loop group (as Andi Jackson)
Emily Kg .... management accountant: Ingenious Films
Aaron Koch .... location runner
Anna Kolber .... development assistant
David Louis Lankester .... epk director (as Dave Lankester)
Emily Lappin .... representative: EM Media
Dwayne Lawson .... accountant: post-production
Kerensa Magnusson .... script supervisor (as Kerensa Burton)
Kelly Marcel .... script editor
Sally Maynard .... additional location manager
George McKenzie .... epk director
Joanne McLeish .... adr loop group (as Joanna McLeish)
Michael Middleton-Downer .... epk camera operator
Patrick Viktor Monroe .... personal trainer: Tom Hrdy (as Patrick 'pnut' Munroe)
Jane Moore .... distribution director: Ingenious Films
Andy Oliver .... caterer: Screen Cuisine
Becky Paris .... production runner
Christopher Pavey .... floor runner (as Chris Pavey)
Tina Pawlik .... production coordinator
Gustavo Portugal .... adr loop group
Joe Pyle .... story consultant: Charles Bronson life
Scott Rice .... adr loop group
Carl Roberts .... adr loop group
Jay Simpson .... adr loop group
Dominic Stabb .... in-house creative: epk editor
Yu-Fai Suen .... representative: Aramid Capital Partners
Paul Van Carter .... development assistant
Huberta Von Liel .... operations manager: Vertigo Films
Joe Walker .... crowd coordinator
Debbie Williams .... representative: EM Media
Lesley Wise .... legal and business affairs: Ingenious Films
Andy Booth .... unit medic (uncredited)
Lee Clyne .... health and safety advisor (uncredited)
Daniel Gulliver .... location scout (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Laurence Brown .... thanks
Dan Hodgett .... thanks
David Johnstone .... special thanks: Media Insurance Brokers
Nick O'Hagan .... thanks
Justin Shulman .... special thanks
 

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MPAA:
Rated R for violent and disturbing content, graphic nudity, sexuality and language
Runtime:
92 min
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Trivia:
The British Prison Officers' Association complained when the film's London premiere was prefaced with a recording by Charles Bronson himself, recorded at HMP Wakefield, where he stated: "I'm proud of this film, because if I drop dead tonight, then I live on. I make no bones about it, I really was... a horrible, violent, nasty man. I'm not proud of it, but I'm not ashamed of it either... See you at the Oscars." It is illegal in the UK to make unauthorized recordings of prison inmates. This recording appears on some DVD-editions.See more »
Goofs:
Factual errors: At (11:00) The tutor asks Charles "What's the matter, Charlie?" But in this stage of the story Charles Bronson still had his original name Michael Peterson. He had not yet changed his name to Charles Bronson.See more »
Quotes:
Charles Bronson:[Desperately trying to escape from an insane asylum, Bronson meets a patient named John White who reveals that he is a child rapist. Disgusted by pedophiles and wanting to go back to prison, he unsuccessfully tries to kill White by strangulation before carried off by guards]
[Scene change, Bronson walks onto a theater stage set in his sub-conscious mind]
Charles Bronson:I would now like to reenact what I call, "When Murder Goes Wrong".
[Bronson as himself, right side facing audience]
Charles Bronson:When do I go back?
Charles Bronson (as nurse):[Bronson whips around, revealing stage make-up of a female nurse's face on his left side]
[effeminate voice and body language]
Charles Bronson (as nurse):Now now, Mr. Peterson, we aren't going to start up all that silliness again, are we?
Charles Bronson:[whips back around to Bronson, now aggravated] Listen, Nursey, I just wanna know when my trial is and when I head back to the slammer... 'right?
Charles Bronson (as nurse):[Nurse points at Bronson in a scolding manner] WRONG, Mr. Peterson! Now let's not play sillybuggers, eh? I'll just have to pop you in the botty with one of my special potions, mmm?
[...]
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Referenced in Hit and Run (2012)See more »
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49 out of 60 people found the following review useful.
Journey into aggression, 8 October 2009
Author: moviemanMA from Massachusetts

Bronson is the dramatized story of Charlie Bronson. Not the actor from Death Wish, The Great Escape, and The Dirty Dozen. This is the story of England's most violent prisoner. Born Michael Peterson, he quickly realized that he wanted to make a name for himself. It is unclear why he chose the path he did. He had a normal upbringing, a nice home, good parents, yet he just liked to fight. And he was good at it.

After robbing a post office for what can be only described as "chump change," he was given a seven year sentence. Since that sentencing in 1974, Bronson has seen a little over a few months as a free man. He is still in prison to this day.

What Danish filmmaker Nicolas Winding Refn gives us is a stylized version of one of the most bizarre and intoxicating stories I've seen in a long time. Bronson, played wonderfully by Tom Hardy, loves what he does. At least that what he wants us to believe. I was never really convinced that Bronson truly enjoyed what he did. Then again, I can't see the pleasure in pummeling prison guards, bare knuckle fighting, fighting dogs, and bringing others close to death. That said, it was something else to watch.

Hardy gives a rock solid performance. He fits the part both physically and mentally. He has the right edge to let us know how intelligent and hostile Charlie Bronson can be. It's hard to imagine playing someone as energized and mentally perturbed as Bronson, who gets his jollies from beating up innocent prison guards and inmates, but Hardy does just that in style. He never falters and gives 100 percent in every scene.

I can see a lot of similarities to A Clockwork Orange. It has similar accents, violent images, an insight into the criminal mind. Things very much associated with Kubrick's masterpiece. Still, Bronson offers something different. It's more theatrical, blending both the real world with a more dramatic and exaggerated story, showing Bronson as a prisoner, a performer, and storyteller.

Bronson is filled with stunning, startling images and a gives us a very original story, the likes of with we have seldom seen or will see. Charlie Bronson is a unique case of a man that nobody will ever truly understand. Whether you like the glorification of criminals or not, it's hard to deny that this film and the people involved doesn't offer great entertainment. I expect more from Hardy and Refn.

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