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360 -- A sexy, dramatic thriller about interconnected romantic life in the 21st century, featuring a terrific ensemble cast led by Anthony Hopkins, Jude Law, Rachel Weisz and Ben Foster.
360 -- A dramatic thriller that weaves together the stories of an array of people from disparate social backgrounds through their intersecting relationships.
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Everything comes full circle.
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  (in credits order)

Lucia Siposová ... Mirka

Gabriela Marcinková ... Anna

Johannes Krisch ... Rocco
Danica Jurcová ... Alina

Jude Law ... Michael Daly

Peter Morgan ... Salesman 2

Moritz Bleibtreu ... Salesman

Riann Steele ... Waitress
François-Xavier Demaison ... Taxi Driver

Jamel Debbouze ... Algerian Man
Dinara Drukarova ... Valentina
Vladimir Vdovichenkov ... Sergei
Patty Hannock ... Psychiatrist
Djemel Barek ... Imam (as Djemel Barak)

Rachel Weisz ... Rose
Juliano Cazarré ... Rui

Chipo Chung ... Editor
Maria Flor ... Laura
Sydney Wade ... Ellie

Ben Foster ... Tyler

Marianne Jean-Baptiste ... Fran

Anthony Hopkins ... John
William Byrd Wilkins ... Social Worker (as Byrd Wilkins)

Martin McDougall ... Policeman (Airport)

Gerard Monaco ... Airport Official (Security Desk)

Youssef Kerkour ... Policeman Phoenix (Morgue)

Sean Power ... AA Secretary

Mark Ivanir ... The Boss
Christoph Zadra ... Hotel Security Person

Tereza Srbová ... European Girl
Giorgio Spiegelfeld ... Photographer

Lisa Palfrey ... Psychologist
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Russell Balogh ... Diner (uncredited)
Christopher Blythe ... Pushy Passenger (uncredited)
Martin Butler ... Usa prisoner (uncredited)
Gordon Coe ... Diner (uncredited)

Pamela Betsy Cooper ... Office worker (uncredited)
Philip Craik ... Denver Airport Passenger (uncredited)

Silvia Crastan ... Air Hostess (uncredited)
Ginny Dee ... Prison Secretary (uncredited)
Darren Hammock ... Air Cabin Crew (uncredited)

Luke Howard ... Office Worker / Passer-by (uncredited)
Aisling Hughes ... Office Worker / Passer-by (uncredited)
Cyril Hutteau ... Grocer (uncredited)

Todd Von Joel ... Diner (uncredited)
Shaun Lucas ... Passenger / Restaurant Customer (uncredited)
Martyn Mayger ... Airline Passenger (uncredited)
Miguel Gonçalves Mendes ... Waiter (uncredited)
Jools Newman ... Airport Passenger (uncredited)

David Norfolk ... Well Dressed Passenger (uncredited)
Adam Nowell ... Office Worker (uncredited)
Stuart J. Prowse ... Warehouse Worker (uncredited)
Mary Robinson ... Disgruntled passenger (uncredited)

Gordon Round ... D.O.C. Officer: S. Millborough (uncredited)
Bryan Shao ... Military Officer (uncredited)
Katrina Vasilieva ... Alyssa (uncredited)
Eva Von Mitzka ... US Prison Office Worker (uncredited)

Jon Wennington ... Passerby (uncredited)
Josh Wichard ... Porter / Customer (uncredited)
Kelvin Wise ... Airport Passenger (uncredited)

Directed by
Fernando Meirelles 
Writing credits
Peter Morgan (screenplay)

Arthur Schnitzler  play "Reigen" (uncredited)

Produced by
Graham Bradstreet .... executive producer
Chris Contogouris .... executive producer
Andrew Eaton .... producer
David Faigenblum .... executive producer
Steven Gagnon .... executive producer
Jordan Gertner .... executive producer
Chris Hanley .... producer
Danny Krausz .... producer
David Linde .... executive producer
David Linde .... producer
Emanuel Michael .... producer
Nikhil Sharma .... executive producer
Tim Smith .... executive producer
Andy Stebbing .... co-producer
Cinematography by
Adriano Goldman 
Film Editing by
Daniel Rezende 
Casting by
Lissy Holm 
Nicole Schmied 
Production Design by
John Paul Kelly 
Set Decoration by
Nicolas Brechat (set dresser)
Anna Lynch-Robinson 
Costume Design by
Monika Buttinger 
Makeup Department
Frédérique Arguello .... makeup artist
Fiona Matthews .... makeup artist: dailies
Victoria Nugent .... make up trainee
Françoise Quilichini .... key makeup artist
Daniela Skala .... makeup & hair designer
Helen Speyer .... makeup supervisor: London shoot
Elizabeth Yianni-Georgiou .... makeup and hair for Rachel Weisz
Production Management
Alice Cordie .... assistant unit manager
Antonin Depardieu .... production manager
Susan Kirr .... production manager: US
Cass Marks .... production manager
Michael Solinger .... post-production supervisor
Isabel Sztriberny .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Tom Browne .... additional third assistant director
Glen Carroll .... additional third assistant director
Markus Hautz .... third assistant director
Karl King .... crowd assistant director
Carley Lane .... second second assistant director
Guilhem Malgoire .... third assistant director
Barrie McCulloch .... first assistant director
Christine Moarbes .... first assistant director: second unit
Melani Murkovic .... crowd second assistant director
Lisa Radin .... crowd second assistant director
Harriet Worth .... second assistant director
Art Department
Rob Anderson .... construction coordinator
Samudrika Arora .... art department assistant
Arwel Evans .... stand-by art director
Julia Gmoser .... assistant art director
Alain Guffroy .... art director: France
James Hendy .... prop buyer: UK
David Hindle .... art director: UK
Chris Lunney .... graphics art director
Hannah Moseley .... supervising art director
Paul Robinson .... standby props
Tony Statham .... signs
Benoît Tetelin .... prop buyer: France (as Benoit Tetelin)
Sebastian Thanheiser .... prop master: Austria
Nick Thomas .... property master
Holly Thurman .... art department assistant: UK
Richard Van Den Bergh .... key prop maker
Caroline Vion .... props buyer
Verena Wagner .... art director: Austria
Sound Department
Orin Beaton .... boom operator
Malte Bieler .... sound designer
Thomas Fennell .... sound assistant
Thomas Fennell .... sound trainee
Bernhard Maisch .... sound re-recording mixer
Theotime Pardon .... cable person: France
Ingo Pusswald .... dialogue editor
Ingo Pusswald .... supervising sound editor
Andreas Schneider .... foley artist
Andy Stallabrass .... adr recordist
Jakob Studnicka .... adr recordist
Herbert Verdino .... boom operator
Thomas Voglreiter .... sound effects/dialogue editor
Stuart Wilson .... sound recordist
Special Effects by
David Holt .... special effects technician
Mark Holt .... special effects supervisor
Peter Kersey .... senior sfx technician
Visual Effects by
Radamés Araujo .... CG artist
Fiorenza Bagnariol .... digital film bureau
Renato Carone .... digital compositor
Martin Cobelo .... digital compositor
Simone Coco .... digital compositor
Peter Collins .... digital intermediate
Omar Colocci .... digital compositor
Ronaldo Alves de Lima .... digital compositor
Andrea de Paula .... digital compositor
Fernando Faustino .... animator
Fernando Faustino .... digital artist
Diogo Girondi .... compositing supervisor
Adam Glasman .... DI colourist
Neil Harrison .... digital intermediate systems administrator
Timothy P. Jones .... digital film bureau
Ricardo Laganaro .... 3D coordinator
John Palmer .... digital film bureau manager
Gustavo Schiapim .... digital compositor
Aurora Shannon .... digital intermediate assistant
Marcelo Souza .... digital effects artist
Ana Claudia Streva .... visual effects coordinator
Gabriel Valente .... visual effects assistant coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Tim Battersby .... first assistant camera: 'B' camera, UK
Martin Bauer .... gaffer
Alex Bender .... camera trainee
Stefan Berger .... key grip: Vienna
Wailoon Chung .... electrician
Dominik Danner .... best boy
Camille de Chenay .... second unit: camera b
Antonin Drigeard .... electrician
Jean-François Drigeard .... gaffer: Paris
Glenn Dunning .... grip
Vincent Gallot .... director of photography: second unit
Manuel Gaspar .... electrician
Mark Hanlon .... best boy
Stuart Hendry .... still photographer
Stuart Howell .... camera operator
Stuart Howell .... cinematographer: second unit
Mark Karavite .... a camera operator: second unit
Andy Long .... gaffer
Laurent Martin .... grip
David Maund .... key grip
Quico Meirelles .... on set colourist
Julien Moine .... grip
John Saunders .... electrician
Trevor Speed .... clapper loader: dailies UK
Iain Struthers .... first assistant camera
Simon Surtees .... second assistant "a" camera
Paul Swann .... camera and equipment support
Benjamin Wagner .... camera trainee
Dave Wells .... b camera grip
Casting Department
Nancy Bishop .... casting
Frederic Dagmey .... extras casting assistant (as Fred Dagmey)
Leo Davis .... casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jodie Bell .... trainee costume assistant (as Jodie Knight)
Alex Cox .... trainee costume assistant
Vicki Hales-Daly .... costume assistant (as Vicki Hales)
Alicia Hood .... costume supervisor: UK
Frédéric Lebugle .... wardrobe assistant
Sarah Monfort .... key costumer
Editorial Department
Rob Farris .... digital intermediate producer
Emily Greenwood .... senior digital film editor
Patrick Malone .... digital intermediate head of department
Chris Teeder .... colorist: dailies
Justin Tillett .... digital on-line editor
Laurent Treherne .... digital film technical supervisor
Jon Ellis .... digital intermediate editor (uncredited)
Music Department
Robert Burger .... composer: additional music
Transportation Department
Lee Edwards .... driver: Sir Anthony Hopkins
Michael Geary .... picture car coordinator
Charles Heidet .... picture car coordinator: Paris unit
Derek McPhail .... driver: Rachel Weisz
Bohdan Stoklasa .... driver
Bohdan Stoklasa .... driver: costume
Bohdan Stoklasa .... facilities driver
Theresa Thanhofer .... production driver
Dave Williams .... facilities captain
Other crew
Juan Carlos Alvarez Vasquez .... post production coordinator
Richard Berkeley .... assistant location manager: France
Volker Beyer .... production accountant
Carole Schmidlin Blanchard .... set production assistant (as Carole Schmidlin)
Ben Breen .... first assistant accountant
Paul Brett .... executive producer
Paula Casarin .... script supervisor
Bruno Cassoni .... assistant location manager: uk
Isabel Chick .... miscellaneous crew
Jonah Coombes .... location manager
John Crampton .... unit manager
Matt Curtis .... titles designer
Cole Dabney .... social media & marketing
Anders Erden .... head of business and legal affairs: Prescience Film Finance Ltd
Emmanuel Fleury .... set production assistant
Jonathan Fong .... production executive: Muse
Jennifer Anne Franklin .... assistant to mr. hopkins
Kya Garwood .... stand-in for Rachel Weisz
Ricardo Gorodetcki .... title designer
Gwen Gorst .... production secretary
Jim Hajicosta .... financial controller
Michael-Joachim Heiss .... voice actor
Raphaël Holt .... crowd marshall: france (as Raphael Holt)
Paula Jack .... dialect coach: Dinara Drukarova
Marty Jurek .... production assistant
Rachel Kennedy .... unit publicist
Clare Kirby .... miscellaneous crew
Nick Laurence .... additional floor runner
Graeme Law .... miscellaneous crew
Jenni Lewis .... location scout
Anna MacLeod .... location runner
Simon Mills .... production coordinator
Jean-Baptiste Morguet .... legal manager
Clémentine Mourão-Ferreira .... business affairs
Tanya Phegan .... development editor
Rebecca Pick .... legal services
Loredana Rehekampff .... production coordinator: Austria
Tom Savage .... epk producer
Julien Schmitt .... assistant location manager
Rob Seager .... location accountant
Jennifer Semler .... production executive
Anne Sheehan .... miscellaneous crew
Jennifer Simonnet .... production coordinator
Daniel Smith .... floor runner
Rebecca Puck Stair .... location manager: New Mexico
James Swarbrick .... miscellaneous crew
Iris Wegscheider .... assistant line producer
Loreta Zajarskyte .... travel coordinator
Antoine Zylberberg .... legal affairs
Shoky Carter .... daily crowd runner (uncredited)
Tony Statham .... signs (uncredited)

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Rated R for sexuality, nudity and language
110 min
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Argentina:16 | Australia:MA15+ | Austria:16 | Brazil:14 (re-rating on appeal) | France:U | Germany:12 | Hungary:16 | Ireland:15A | Netherlands:16 | Portugal:M/12 | Singapore:M18 (edited version) | South Korea:18 | Sweden:11 | Switzerland:14 (canton of Geneva) | Switzerland:14 (canton of Vaud) | UK:15 | USA:R

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Karl Markovics was originally set to play Rocco but had to drop out due to a scheduling conflict. He was replaced by Johannes Krisch.See more »
Continuity: Tyler has a "cross" tattoo behind his left ear. This is not visible when he follows the girl into her hotel room.See more »
John:Run into someone cute. Never done this kind of thing before, but you only live once, how many chances do we get?See more »
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14 out of 16 people found the following review useful.
Complex and ambitious and interesting, but it gets forced, too, 23 March 2013
Author: secondtake from United States

360 (2011)

In many ways this is a fabulous movie--complex, warm, chilling, even poignant. It's meant to be an almost serious look at contemporary relationships, including sexual ones with prostitutes, affairs with fellow workers, quickies with someone new, and long term loves between married husband and wife. It works overall, sometimes really well.

Because of its seriousness you might notice a few scenes where things are pushed a little hard. The main one of these is when a Brazilian girl comes on hard to a recently released sex offender in an airport after moments before being put off by him and having plans to meet someone else for a polite drink. At first it's improbable, then the writers decide to push the encounter harder and harder until it becomes extreme and sensationalist. Too bad, because in other parts of the movie the extremes--such as a prostitute getting started through sleazy photographer listing her on the web, even though she has zero experience--get pulled off with conviction. Not that most of us know the ins and outs of that world.

There are too many characters to make things clear here, but it's worth saying that Anthony Hopkins again shows how he can command a scene like no one else in the film. His monologue at an AA meeting is a short masterpiece, and his performance in general is almost enough to justify seeing the film all by itself.

Other characters are excellent, including Jude Law in a restrained part as a married businessman looking for some action on the road. (His wife has her own affair in full swing.) Yeah, come to think of it, there is a lot of infidelity going on here. The one sincere relationship is another unlikely moment, with a sweet girl going off with a somewhat mixed up Russian in a Mercedes (and she leaves her bag on her park bench for no good reason, she's not in a hurry). But hey, all of these things are happening so rapidly and with so much overlap, who knows? It even includes many cases of split screens reaching three or four simultaneous panels at times.

You start to see how the world works for some people in a contemporary way. It's sordid on some level, filled with deceit and sadness. But it's also believable, at least for this certain urban, footloose set. I assume the title means that it all comes around full circle somehow, that we're all in the same big boat. Watch with attention. The characters are all distinctive but there are a lot of them. The director, Fernando Meirelles, is ambitious, for sure, but he made of the most highly regarded films of recent years, "City of God," so this is worth watching even just for that connection. "360" is limited and flawed by comparison, but it's better (I think) than its rating might let on.

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