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30 May 2010 (UK) See more »
A con artist is conned into taking the job as Postmaster General in the Ankh-Morpork Post Office. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Richard Coyle ... Moist Von Lipwig

David Suchet ... Reacher Gilt

Claire Foy ... Adora Belle Dearheart

Andrew Sachs ... Groat

Charles Dance ... Lord Vetinari

Timothy West ... Ridcully

Steve Pemberton ... Drumknott

Paul Barber ... Dave Pins
John Henshaw ... Mr. George Pony

Don Warrington ... Priest of Offler

Tamsin Greig ... Miss Cripslock
Madhav Sharma ... Crispin Horsefry
Jimmy Yuill ... Mr. Spools
Ian Bonar ... Stanley Howler

Nicholas Farrell ... Mr. Pump (voice)

Marnix Van Den Broeke ... Mr. Pump

Adrian Schiller ... Mr. Gryle
Daniel Cerqueira ... Trooper

Ingrid Bolsø Berdal ... Sergeant Angua

Ben Crompton ... Mad Al
Asif Khan ... Sane Alex
Paula Lane ... Princess

Alex Price ... Roger
Gabrielle Hamilton ... Old Lady

Terry Pratchett ... Postman (as Sir Terry Pratchett)
Tamás Mohai ... John Dearheart
Anna Györgyi ... Sapphire (as Anna Gyorgyi)
Béla Székely ... Undertaker (as Bela Szekely)
Anna Erdos ... Shop Girl

Matt Devere ... Parker
Angéla Eke ... Receptionist (as Angela Eke)
Mike Kelly ... Hobson
István Göz ... Cashier (as Istvan Goz)
Szabolcs Thuróczy ... Maitre d'
Richard Usher ... Aggy
Gäbor Atlasz ... Farmer (as Gabor Atlasz)
Tamás Sághy ... Bank Clerk (as Tamas Saghy)

Directed by
Jon Jones 
Writing credits
Richard Kurti (screenplay) &
Bev Doyle (screenplay)

Terry Pratchett (novel)

Produced by
Rod Brown .... executive producer
Sarah Conroy .... executive producer
Sue de Beauvoir .... producer
Paul Frift .... line producer
Vadim Jean .... executive producer
Ian Sharples .... executive producer
Original Music by
John Lunn 
Cinematography by
Gavin Finney 
Film Editing by
Alex Mackie 
Casting by
Emma Style 
Veronika Varjasi 
Production Design by
Ricky Eyres 
Art Direction by
Mónika Esztán 
Ray McNeill 
Set Decoration by
Lee Gordon 
Costume Design by
Charlotte Holdich 
Makeup Department
Réka Görgényi .... makeup artist
Lesley Lamont-Fisher .... make-up and hair designer
Production Management
Katalin Fonyó .... production manager (as Katalin Schulteisz)
Batizi Timea .... assistant production manager
Gábor Ujházy .... unit manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Krisztina Barkóczy .... first assistant director: second unit
Julia Hargitay .... assistant director runner
Tamas Lukacs .... second second assistant director
James Manning .... second assistant director
Szonja Szekerák .... second second assistant director
András Szûcs .... third assistant director
Lee Trevor .... first assistant director
Art Department
David Allcock .... storyboard artist
István Balogh .... leadman
Borbála Debreczeni .... model maker
Laszlo Demeter .... set designer
Nimrod Hajdu .... set dec buyer
József Kiss .... construction manager
Magdi Kondorosi .... production buyer
Márk Kun .... swing gang
Zsolt Nemes .... swing gang
Tamas Ordodi .... sculptor
Krisztina Szücsy .... drapes master
Kurt Van Der Basch .... illustrator
Sound Department
Tamás Csaba .... production sound mixer
Simon Epstein .... foley editor
Marc Hope .... foley editor
Dan Johnson .... sound re-recording mixer
Dan Johnson .... supervising sound editor
László Kovács .... sound assistant
Ferenc Lukacs .... post-production sound
Claire Mahoney .... foley artist
Jeremy Price .... sound effects editor
Peter Schulteisz .... boom operator
Special Effects by
Bence Arik .... pyrotechnician
Ricardo Contreras .... key creature effects artist
Gabor Kiszelly .... special effects supervisor
Gyula Krasnyánszky .... pyro supervisor
László Pintér .... pyrotechnician
Iván Pohárnok .... creature designer: supervisor
Attila Sarkadi .... special effects technician
Attila Varsányi .... pyrotechnician
Visual Effects by
Reuben Barkataki .... on-set visual effects supervision
Zoltán Benyó .... visual effects supervisor: Digital Apes
Zoltán Bojtos .... digital compositor
Vajda Bálint .... compositor: Digital Apes
Péter Farkas .... compositor: Digital Apes
Ádám Fiers .... visual effects coordinator
Ádám Fiers .... visual effects editor
Dániel Forgács .... CG artist: Digital Apes
Pál Klemm .... composite supervisor: Digital Apes
Lajos Kondor .... flame artist
Ruszkai Kálmán .... cg effects artist: Digital Apes
Laszlo Mates .... cg supervisor
Tamás Máté .... matte painter: Digital Apes
Ágnes Nagy .... matte painter: Digital Apes
Péter Obornik .... CG artist: Digital Apes
Nikolett Papp .... compositor: Digital Apes
Attila Polgár .... compositor: Digital Apes
Horváth Péter .... CG artist: Digital Apes
Rosi Ruiz .... roto artist
Zoltán Szarvasi .... visual effects producer: Digital Apes
Zoltán Szegedi .... compositor: Digital Apes
Ria Tamok .... compositor: Digital Apes
Simon Thomas .... production visual effects supervisor
Gábor Tóth .... technical director: Digital Apes
Gergely Velki .... compositor: Digital Apes
Sandor Bertalan .... stunts
Ádám Bertalan .... stunts
Krisztián Czirják .... stunt double: Richard Coyle
Bela Kasi .... stunt double
Péter Katona .... stunt player
Péter Katona .... stunt rigging coordinator
Roland Kollárszky .... stunts
Levente Lezsák .... stunts
Tivadar Mike .... stunt performer
Béla Unger .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Gábor Balda .... grip rigging best boy
Ádám Balogh .... rigging electrician
Csaba Bankhardt .... rigging electrician
Attila Bilik .... rigging gaffer
Zoltán Bók .... rigging electrician
Zsolt Büti .... gaffer: Hungary
Brandon Evans .... gaffer
Dávid Gerencsér .... assistant camera
Tamás Jánossa .... focus puller
Róbert Jász .... grip
Gábor Kasza .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Gusztáv Kirsch .... focus puller
János Kiss .... key grip
Zoltán Lakatos .... dimmer board operator
Donát Oláh .... video assist operator
Péter Pozsonyi .... grip
Kristóf Párdányi .... assistant camera
Viktor Racsek .... electrician
Marci Ragályi .... camera operator
Marci Ragályi .... steadicam operator
Gabor Szucs .... grip trainee
Attila Tumbász .... assistant camera
István Török .... dolly grip
György Vesztergombi .... focus puller
István Árvai .... hd assistant camera
Paul Swann .... camera and equipment support (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jane Clive .... costume supervisor
Zsófia Federits .... costumes
Gábor Homonnay .... costume supervisor
Gyözö Macsuga .... costume p.a.
Szabina Meszárovits .... dresser
Gabor Szabo .... dresser
Editorial Department
Anya Dillon .... first assistant editor
Tamara Juristovszky .... assistant colorist
Noemi Mehrli .... second assistant editor
Anna Stalter .... assistant colorist
Adam Vándor .... colorist
Music Department
Paul Golding .... music scoring engineer
Transportation Department
Mihály Gál .... transportation captain
Dezso Pócsik .... driver
Other crew
Rudolf András .... location manager
Bori Bartucz .... di line producer
Csaba Benedek .... security consultant
Victoria Hair .... production coordinator: uk
Aniko Hegedus .... assistant to production accountant
Amy Horkay .... production coordinator
Adam Jurkovich .... technical supervisor
Krisztian Kertai .... assistant location manager
Barnabas Kiraly .... location scout
Ágnes Kun .... pre-pre production accountant
Lili Makk .... script supervisor second unit
Emese Matuz .... assistant production coordinator
Merle Nygate .... script editor
János Papp .... health & safety advisor
Janos Prihoda .... immigration coordinator
Dora Simko .... script supervisor
Dean Sipling .... production accountant
Richard Szabó .... security head
Szilvia Szollosi .... office production assistant
Zoltán Virág .... DI workflow supervisor
Gábor Xantus .... medical coordinator

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185 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

The last line, spoken by Terry Pratchett (as a postman), is "That's a bit of an embuggerance". This is a reference to Sir Terry's diagnosis with Alzheimer's disease, which he's always referred to as 'A Wretched Embuggerance".See more »
Continuity: When Groat stamps the letter, we see the letter in closeup as he bangs the stamp down in the very corner of the envelope. In the next shot, from a different angle, the stamp is in a different place on the envelope.See more »
Ridcully:[entering Lord Vetinari's office] This had better be important. I'm in the middle of an experiment.
Lord Vetinari:Involving a knife and fork, no doubt.
Ridcully:[sighing] I don't expect a layman to understand the pressures of university life.
Lord Vetinari:Incredible though it may seem, we've found a practical use for one of your magical devices.
Ridcully:Have you?
Lord Vetinari:The object in question is, um...
[Lord Vetinari looks at Drumknott]
Drumknott:An omniscope, my lord.
Lord Vetinari:Enabling us to see things at a distance, I believe.
Ridcully:The omniscope is a highly complex, very unstable piece of equipment.
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32 out of 35 people found the following review useful.
A few things to hate, So Many things to love!, 13 June 2010
Author: Sevenixx from Sweden

First off, This is the third film based on Terry Pratchett Discworld and if you have seen the previous films you know they lacked in quite many areas.

As it happens to be, the moment I started reading Going Postal(the book) I thought for myself "This would make a really great movie!".

Why? you ask and I answer Good story that is easy to follow without any previous knowledge of Discworld. Small amount of magic and special effects that would require a 100 Million budget to make decent. This is where the previous movie Color of Magic went wrong.

So as it came to my knowledge Going Postal was the next movie to be made I felt quite happy, perhaps this would be the time when they got it all right?

Now that I've seen the result I must say that it was in fact, quite awesome! This is far much better than the mediocre Color of Magic adaptation, and it even goes ahead and surpasses the first movie Hoghfather.

There are a few things to hate about Going Postal though, and I believe these are the reasons some people absolutely hate this movie. I believe what all this is about is the use of Cinematic Freedom. First, Angua has been totally removed use some cinematic freedom and replaced with a "posh blond pale looking I'm not afraid to transform to a werewolf anywhere" girl, which many fans probably hate, I myself hate it as well. And even then they had to go ahead and make a wolf animation of her, the type of crappy animations I was hoping wouldn't be required in Going Postal!

Second thing to hate about the movie is the Banshee, seriously, it's the most silly piece of outfit ever seen! If you cant make a good banshee with wings, then use some of that cinematic freedom and just make him normal man dressed in black with some black smoke around him! As it turns out the banshee is the single most disturbing thing about this movie since everything else adds to an atmosphere that the Discworld is actually real. The moment this guy enters flailing his paper wings and screaming the whole atmosphere takes a big dip.

So now you ask, if the movie is so bad why did you rate it so high? Its quite simple really, because of the two things I just discussed. Because even if those 2 details could have been done A LOT better, there is the whole rest of the movie, and this is a movie that has great acting, great story, great atmosphere, great characters and not to forget Great Entertainment Value!

Going Postal is by far the best Discworld movie as of yet and if you are only able to see past the few bad drops in the bucket filled with greatness, Im sure you will come to the same conclusion as me.

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