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A musician is plunged into a world of femmes fatales, espionage, deceit, state-ordered executions and trial by media.

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Jasper Rawlins
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Det. Insp. Walker
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Peter Hume
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Sarah Maitland
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Mason
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Det. Sgt. Rebecca White
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Harris
Jana Carpenter ...
Grace
Justin Shevlin ...
The Barker
Barry Stearn ...
Noble
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Clive
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Thomas
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Arsey Barmaid
Matthew Blackmore ...
Guy
Ingrid Bradley ...
Scantily dressed woman
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Jonny
Danny Edwards ...
Made-up Woman
Amanda Foster ...
City type
Eamon Geoghegan ...
Forensic
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American tourist
Dave Holland ...
City type
Lisa Jacobs ...
Lucy
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Maggie
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Businessman
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Forensic Scientist 1
Sheila Whitfield ...
Forensic Scientist 2
Hugh Sykes ...
Radio journalist
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rupert Farley ...
(voice)
Steven Pacey ...
(voice)
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Herself - Singer
Guy Thompson ...
Ben
Nigel Whitmey ...
(voice)

Directed by

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Julian Simpson

Written by

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Julian Simpson ... (writer)

Produced by

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Mark Aarons ... producer
David Chapman ... producer
Dan Genetti ... executive producer
H. Michael Heuser ... executive producer
Chris Johnson ... producer
Suzette Newman ... executive producer
Paul Sarony ... line producer

Music by

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Tolga Kashif
The Music Sculptors
Mark Sayer-Wade

Cinematography by

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Nic Morris

Film Editing by

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Mark Aarons

Editorial Department

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Alec Gibson ... color timer
Craig Hodgson ... post-production coordinator
Karoline Moser ... first assistant editor / post-production coordinator
Anita O'Donnell ... post-production coordinator

Casting By

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Elaine Fallon
Tania Polentarutti

Production Design by

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Martyn John

Art Direction by

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Charlotte Dirickx ... (as Charlotte Watts)

Set Decoration by

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Rebecca Gillies

Costume Design by

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Rosie Hackett

Makeup Department

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Linda A. Morton ... hair stylist supervisor / makeup supervisor
Ros Peat ... additional makeup artist
Catherine Scoble ... hair stylist / makeup designer
Leda Shawyer ... makeup artist (uncredited)

Production Management

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Kora McNulty-Klimov ... production manager (as Kora J. McNulty)
Lionel Strutt ... post-production supervisor
Claire Tovey ... unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Jane Burgess ... third assistant director
Sean Guest ... first assistant director
James Andrew Haven ... assistant director (as James Haven)

Art Department

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Steve Allett ... stand-by props
Anthony Andrews ... painter
Nick Blanche ... stand-by assistant art director
Mick Boleyn ... construction manager (as Michael Boleyn)
Jonathan Breen ... stand-by carpenter
Dominic Byles ... dressing props
Craig Byrne ... carpenter
Jim Dyson ... painter
Gavin Fitch ... assistant art director
Rebecca Gillies ... set decorator
Russell Hanson ... property master
Simon Hogg ... carpenter
Ian Murray ... standby rigger
Robert Wischhusen-Hayes ... storyboard artist (as Bobby Wischhausen-Hayes)

Sound Department

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Philip Barnes ... dialogue editor (as Phil Barnes)
Orin Beaton ... sound maintenance engineer
Kevin Brazier ... supervising sound editor
Robert Brazier ... assistant foley mixer
Sophie Cornet ... sound trainee (as Sophie Cornett)
Simon Day ... assistant sound re-recording mixer
Roger Dobson ... dialogue editor
Steve Haynes ... re-recording mixer
Blair Jollands ... sound effects editor
Kamala Maniam ... sound trainee
John Rodda ... sound recordist
James Seddon ... dolby consultant
Trevor Swanscott ... foley mixer

Special Effects by

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Nick Allder ... special effects supervisor
Stuart Murdoch ... special effects supervisor
Mark Roberts ... special effects technician
Dan Wright ... pyrotechnician (as Daniel Wright)

Visual Effects by

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Steve Boag ... optical effects
Martin Bullard ... optical effects
John Goodinson ... digital effects
Charles Green ... optical effects: Story Film

Stunts

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Crispin Layfield ... stunt double: Steven Mackintosh
Stuart St. Paul ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Paul Burns ... gaffer
Robert Dibble ... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Steve Du Melo ... epk cameraman
Kevin Gardner ... electrician
Robert Hind ... still photographer
Stuart Hurst ... best boy
Justin Lewis ... electrician
Vince McGahon ... steadicam operator (as Vincent McGahon)
Ian Murray ... stand-by rigger (as Ian Vincent Murray)
Mark Packman ... electrician / generator operator
Neil Robertson ... clapper loader
Ian Robinson ... electrician
Rob Snell ... generator operator
Sean Stafford ... camera trainee
Terry Williams ... camera grip / key grip

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Michael O'Connor ... assistant costume designer
Miri Thomas ... wardrobe assistant

Location Management

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Adam Richards ... location manager

Music Department

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Nick Holywell-Walker ... additional score production
Michèle Spoonley ... music coordinator

Transportation Department

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Lenny Jones ... transportation captain

Other crew

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Mark Beaumont ... production accountant
David Chapman ... publicist
Laragh Cresswell ... production secretary
Stephen Dipre ... runner
Priscilla Igwe ... production office runner
Aiden Lean ... utility stand-in
Elaine Matthews ... script supervisor
Nancy Jane Maun ... utility stand-in
Rob Partridge ... armorer
Charlotte Tudor ... unit publicist

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Jasper Rawlins, a none-too-successful musician, finds himself chatting with a beautiful woman at his neighborhood bar. She goes home with him, direct and frank in answer to his nervousness. During the night, someone breaks into his flat and cuts her throat. He runs into the arms of the police, who dismiss his story, but release him while they search for the weapon. He investigates the crime, and over the next few days, meets a knowing pornographer, hit men, and other schemers. As dead bodies pile up wherever he goes, the police are soon looking for him with guns drawn. As he discovers secrets about a shadowy corporation, the police close in. Can he find someone to trust? Written by

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Taglines Innocence Is No Protection See more »
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Also Known As
  • The Criminal - Wen die Schuld trifft (Germany)
  • El criminal (Spain)
  • Rikollinen (Finland)
  • O eglimatias (Greece)
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  • 99 min
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Did You Know?

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Movie Connections References The Parallax View (1974). See more »
Quotes Peter Hume: The refugees, genocide... they're just a sideshow, distracting everyone from the real agenda: power and influence.
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