Ciaran Hinds and Kenneth Cranham both played in Rome series. Hinds played Gaius Julius Caesar, while Cranham played his enemy Pompey Magnus. See more »
When Martin and Claudia walk next to the train on their way to take Farroukh to court, the time reflected in the train's window is 12:23:51. Two shots later the closed circuit TV footage shows the time to be 08:33:01. See more »
[walking in a busy market square]
You really will have to rethink your lifestyle, you know?
What lifestyle are you taking about, mum?
Wine only on Fridays. And try to think about dark green vegetables.
Young Man on Cellphone:
[appearing another video monitor]
So really, that's the same as saying we'll never see each other again. Well it is. It just is.
Woman on Cellphone:
[on another monitor]
How can I do anything if I don't know what you want?
[in the background]
She was so upset about it, and I said to her, "Look," I said, "...
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(Dave Barker, Ansell Collins & Winston Riley)
Performed by Dave & Ansell Collins
Courtesy of Trojan Records/Sanctuary Music Group
Under License from Universal Music Operations Ltd. and Westbury Music Ltd. o/b/o Techniques Records See more »
Intense, suspenseful but most importantly of all, it leaves you thinking.
After seeing this film you'll find even the low ratings it's received on IMDb and Rotten Tomatoes to be strangely suspicious. It just leaves you questioning all of the things you really need to be question right now, especially with the current trial of the recent Boston Bombings. The whole movie actually holds an eerie resemblance to the whole case and does put certain ideas out there. Which is exactly where they need to be. Out here, with us, in the public. But in the end it's JUST movie, right? I see it as more of a message. It was brilliant and exactly what the world needs right now. Not only was the message perfect, but the movie was suspenseful and intense and so far the reviews don't seem to match up to the movie I saw... What's going on here, did we actually see the same movie!? I guess perception is what determines that one.
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