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The Liability -- After wrecking his stepfather's car, Adam starts working as a driver for Roy. In the next 24 hours Adam's life is dramatically changed as he becomes the next target of a hit man.
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They had their turn... now it's his
When 19-year-old Adam agrees to do a day's driving for his mum's gangster boyfriend Peter, it takes him on a 24-hour journey into a nightmarish world of murder, sex trafficking and revenge, in the company of aging hit man Roy. | Add synopsis »
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A light look at the retirement of a hit man. Just OK See more (26 total) »



Tim Roth ... Roy

Jack O'Connell ... Adam

Talulah Riley ... The Girl

Peter Mullan ... Peter

Kierston Wareing ... Nicky

Christopher Hatherall ... Ivan

Tomi May ... Danil
Jack McBride ... Mr. Hippy
Clive Shaw ... Sniper
Neil Eddy ... Man in Photo
Andy McAdam ... Diner Cashier
Simon Manley ... Diner Customer
Jimmy Knights ... Sniper Victim
Jenny Pike ... Mrs. Hippy
Steven Charles Stobbs ... Shop Keeper

Directed by
Craig Viveiros 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
John Wrathall  writer

Produced by
Lee Brazier .... executive producer
Carlo Dusi .... executive producer
Martin Gentles .... executive producer
Chris Hainsworth .... executive producer
Rupert Jermyn .... producer
Richard Johns .... producer
Sean Kelly .... executive producer
Ed King .... executive producer
Roopesh Parekh .... line producer
Angad Paul .... executive producer
Original Music by
Victoria Wijeratne  (as Vicky Wijeratne)
Cinematography by
James Friend 
Film Editing by
Pia Di Ciaula 
Casting by
Carolyn McLeod 
Production Design by
Matt Gant 
Art Direction by
Mickaela Trodden 
Costume Design by
Alison McLaughlin 
Makeup Department
Marie Morgan .... makeup designer
Amy Pilkington .... makeup artist
Production Management
Andrew Edwards .... unit manager
Jennifer Goulbourne .... production manager (as Jenny Goulbourne)
Jackie Vance .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Daniella Bonan .... second assistant director
David Jones .... third assistant director: stunt unit
Georgina Townshend .... third assistant director
Neil Wallace .... first assistant director
Art Department
Claire Guest .... art department assistant
Jonathan Tolson .... production buyer
Robert Treen .... standby art director
Holly Wrightson .... art department runner
Sound Department
George Aris Anastassopoulos .... sound recordist: second unit
Kévin Feildel .... french dubbing editor
Stephen Goldsmith .... foley
Stephen Lee .... additional sound
Alessandro Pascale .... boom operator
Vincent Watts .... supervising sound editor
Stu Wright .... sound mixer
Mike Myshko .... boom operator (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Clive Shaw .... armourer
Matthew Strange .... special effects supervisor
Visual Effects by
Matthew Troughton .... digital effects
Derek Brassell .... stunt double
David Jones .... action vehicle driver
Russell MacLeod .... utility stunts
Kim McGarrity .... stunt double: Talulah Riley
Ian Pead .... stunt double: Tim Roth
Peter Pedrero .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Si Bell .... second unit cinematographer
Daniel Bishop .... a camera
Daniel Bishop .... steadicam operator
James Bridger .... best boy
Villing Chong .... d.i.t.
Paul Dingwall .... digital imaging technician assistant: second unit
Kilian Drury .... electrician
Aidan Dungait .... first assistant camera: second unit, daily
Maria Ferrie .... camera trainee
Tom Finch .... second unit: focus puller
Robert Gowling .... lighting technician
Jamie Hicks .... first assistant camera: second unit
Paul Kemp .... key grip
Jamie Korn .... second assistant camera
John Malaney .... electrician
Michael Pentney .... d.i.t: pick-ups
Missagh Reza .... lighting technician
Jon Scaife .... b camera loader: dailies
Adam Slater .... gaffer
Jenni Suitiala .... electrician: dailies
Iain Thomson .... first assistant camera
Callum Watt .... grip assistant
Casting Department
Corrina Bonicelli .... extras casting
Rob Earnshaw .... casting assistant
Camilla Fox Lansley .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Holly Rosenthal .... costume supervisor
Editorial Department
George Adams .... first assistant editor
Peter Appleyard .... assistant on-line editor
Stephen Hedley .... first assistant editor
Matthew Troughton .... colorist
Location Management
Karl Hall .... location manager
Jimmy Knights .... location assistant
Music Department
Ryan Barkataki .... musician: drums
Valentina Brazzini .... music co-ordinator
Jim Carey .... score mixer
Jonathan Chan .... composer: theme music
Jonathan Chan .... violin
Rupert Hollier .... music supervisor
Transportation Department
Eugene Galbraith .... driver: cast
Jimmy Knights .... driver
Jimmy Knights .... transportation captain
Other crew
Craig Atherton .... production runner
Derek Brassell .... double for Tim Roth
Jodie Canwell .... floor runner: daily
Elizabeth Chorley .... assistant to mr. jack o'connell and ms. talulah riley
Alexandra Graff .... producers asssistant
Kevin Hindley .... script clearance
David Jones .... floor runner
Eddie Kane .... production accountant
Anna Krupnova .... sales
Caroline Lawrence .... production assistant
Christopher Linton .... floor runner (as Chris Andrew)
Jon Murphy .... runner
Samantha Nevin .... production coordinator
Nic Pringle .... daily floor runner
Lizzie Pritchard .... script supervisor (as Elizabeth Pritchard)
Mark Timmons .... studio security

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Rated R for violence, language and some sexual content
82 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Jack O'Connell and Kierston Wareing worked together on The Runway.See more »
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17 out of 21 people found the following review useful.
A light look at the retirement of a hit man. Just OK, 5 March 2013
Author: kenyajon from United Kingdom

Tim Roth plays a hit man on his final job before his daughter gets married. Adam (Jack O'Connell) is an annoying 19 year old who accidentally discovers that his step father is more depraved than he thought. After crashing his step father's Mercedes, he is in his debt and he is given a job as a driver to pay him back. His contact is Roy (Tim Roth) and they go on Roy's last hit together. Wanting to be part of the gangster culture, Adam asks to be more than just a driver and things start to go wrong, especially when 'the girl' gets involved.

The film is quite light hearted, considering its content and, at times is comical. Both lead actors play their parts quite well and create an enjoyable partnership. The storyline is a little week and everything that can go wrong, does goes wrong. I found myself rooting for Adam in the end and, despite being a professional killer, Roth's character is quite appealing.

Overall, a mediocre film that I will not watch again but it was reasonably enjoyable, light hearted and funny in places.

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Why Roy didn't kill Adam (weird van conversation) samantha16040-500-967450
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Reminded me just a little of another Tim Roth movie... southwindcg
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Dreamcast was playing on! drunkenmonkey2
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