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The List -- Christopher Corwin, a family man with a beautiful wife Alison and two young daughters, owns a small advertising agency. A court case he recently lost has shown him that the rich and powerful always win.  That is why Christopher creates the website: The List.  On his site, users can name corrupt individuals in public life and award them points as to how much of a menace they are.  The result is a list of leading politicians, CEOs and bankers and the website quickly becomes a worldwide success. However, when the man voted number one on The List is murdered, Chris soon finds that he is the target of both law enforcement and the killer himself.


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Written and directed by Palme D'Or nominee Klaus Huttmann, THE LIST is a universal and psychological thriller at the edge of our time... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Sienna Guillory ... Alison Corwin

Clive Russell ... Peter

Bill Paterson ... Reg Troughton

Louise Delamere ... Sarah

Nigel Planer ... Ted Rove

Mingus Johnston ... Henry

Rebecca Ferdinando ... Reporter

Anthony Flanagan ... Christopher Corwin

Andrew Havill ... Vickery
Andrew Leung ... Sergej
Rita Davies ... Martha Rove
Charles Dale ... Richard Van Meeren

Charles De'Ath ... Brown

Christopher Dane ... Smith
Rupert Procter ... Aquarium Assistant
Seamus O'Neill ... Jeff Bowler

Richard Lee O'Donnell ... Tom
Eddie Arnold ... Steve
Phil Corbitt ... Parka
Mark Tristan Eccles ... Hotel Security Guard
Mia Vore ... Anja
Andy Calderwood ... Police agent
Aoife Kennedy ... Stephanie Corwin
Nakib Narat ... Newsreader
Rebecca Elliot ... Reporter
Ferdinand Rauch ... Journalist (voice)
Annahita Clara Lagevardi ... Journalist (voice)

Directed by
Klaus Hüttmann 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Klaus Hüttmann  writer

Produced by
Ben Cain .... associate producer
Pierre David .... executive producer
Louise Delamere .... associate producer
Patrick Fischer .... producer
Peter F. Gardner .... executive producer
Lawrence Goebel .... executive producer
Alex Joseph .... executive producer
Michael Knowles .... producer
Richard Kondal .... executive producer
Volker Leins .... executive producer
Rob Weston .... executive producer
Original Music by
Walter Mair  (as Walter Christian Mair)
Cinematography by
Felix Wiedemann 
Film Editing by
Kate Coggins 
Production Design by
John Ellis 
Art Direction by
Carrie Wemyss 
Makeup Department
Jill Sweeney .... makeup designer
Production Management
Loran Dunn .... production manager
Richard Kondal .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Tom Bray .... second assistant director
Tony Carter .... third assistant director
Jay Johnson .... extras co-ordinator
Amanda Neal .... first assistant director
Art Department
Luke Bather .... art department assistant
Neirin Best .... art department assistant
Greyham Feehily .... construction coordinator
Helen Negus .... standby art director
Sound Department
Louise Brown .... foley editor
John Crossland .... sound recordist
Alex Joseph .... sound re-recording mixer
Alex Joseph .... supervising sound designer
Richard Kondal .... sound re-recording mixer
Richard Kondal .... supervising sound editor
Stelios Koupetoris .... dialogue editor
Adam Margetts .... boom operator
Gwilym Perry .... adr mixer
Jodie Thackray .... sound dailies
Christopher Walmer .... boom operator (as Chris Walmer)
Special Effects by
Ben Ashmore .... special effects supervisor
Steve Cawood .... special effects technician
Visual Effects by
Robert Cribbett .... compositor
Dave Evans .... digital compositor
Dave Evans .... visual effects artist
Camera and Electrical Department
David Agha-Rafei .... focus puller
Sam Alberg .... best boy
Lee Bagley .... camera tracking vehicle driver
Nicholas Britt .... electrician
Alex Edyvean .... gaffer
Ronan Kelly .... grip trainee
Beaumont Loewenthal .... additional cinematographer
Felix Milburn-Foster .... key grip
Tom Shirm .... second unit camera
Robin Webster .... second assistant camera
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Ashley Banwell .... costume supervisor
Kellie Jane Holland .... costume assistant
Editorial Department
Dave Evans .... on-line editor
Runalaila Jalil .... post-production trainee
Pat Wintersgill .... colorist
Thora Woodward .... assistant editor
Location Management
Emily Blickem .... location manager
Tamara Higgs .... location assistant
Kate Madison .... location assistant
Music Department
Jack Thorburn Matthias .... composer: additional music (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Petira Crawford .... runner driver
Other crew
Nick Bain .... script development editor
Holly Blickem .... production assistant
Annalena Duken .... production assistant
Kate Evans .... post production coordinator
Kate Evans .... production coordinator
Marianne Huet .... script supervisor
David Johnstone .... insurance services: Media Insurance Brokers
Sing J. Lee .... floor runner
Helen Rathbone .... electronic press kit
Amelia Southgate .... assistant production coordinator
Robbie Tarrant .... unit manager

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Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): When Christopher Cowin is asked how he ensures no-one votes twice he says there is an international database of IP addresses, which makes the voting totally democratic. This could be by-passed by anyone voting from computers tied to different IP addresses (such as home/work/mobile). In addition, once one person linked to a IP address votes, no-one at that address would have a vote, such as in a home or workplace.See more »


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6 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
More like The Least, 24 February 2014
Author: Voyou Nobodysbusiness from Turkey

The List isn't exactly boring, despite the slow pace. And a fair number of useless scenes. And the as usual annoying texts to read from a filmed computer screen.

It is however unsatisfying, considering the potential of the subject. It feels like the onset was the only idea in the entire story; nothing interesting or relevant happens from there. The characters are dull, and none of their actions make sense (except maybe when the main character decides to try and become number 1.) These people don't behave like human beings. The acting is pretty bad, and there was obviously no coffee available for the actors during the entire filming.

For these reasons at least, the suspense fails to build up and I found myself completely detached all along. As expected these days, there are also attempts at plot twists instead of a good, consistent and self-sufficient storyline.

Most disappointing, in particular for its lack of social development.

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