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Victorian inspired modern day supernatural film noir, set against the backdrop of Whitechapel, mediums and the work of supposed pagan architect Nicholas Hawksmoore.

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Hadi Hajaig

Writer:

Hadi Hajaig
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Cast

Credited cast:
Nick Moran ... Simon Puritan
Georgina Rylance ... Ann Bridges
Pete Hodge Pete Hodge ... Jonathan Grey
David Soul ... Eric Bridges
Ralph Brown ... Mickey Conway
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Steven Atholl Steven Atholl ... The Rock Star
Paul Bigley Paul Bigley ... Priest
Amanda Connors ... Office Worker
Pete Couldwell Pete Couldwell ... Protester
Kirsty Dillon ... Barmaid
Mark Gilvary ... Aleister Crowley
Camilla Heaney Camilla Heaney ... Richard's wife
Robin Hellier Robin Hellier ... Dr. Miles
Bernard Kay ... The old man
Jennifer Lim ... Rockstar's girlfriend
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Victorian inspired modern day supernatural film noir, set against the backdrop of Whitechapel, mediums and the work of supposed pagan architect Nicholas Hawksmoore.

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 November 2006 (UK) See more »

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Budget:

£2,000,000 (estimated)
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Parliament Films See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby SR

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Simon Puritan: Have you heard about the 4th dimension?
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Beautifully elegant movie.
16 February 2006 | by fizgigboboSee all my reviews

Beautifully elegant movie. Saw this at the Berlin fantasy film festival, I am someone who likes Alan Moore comics and also the works of Neil Gaiman, so when i saw the plot summary in the festival catalogue which discussed Hawksmoore etc, i bought tickets immediately.

I'm not sure how much the film costs but it was a gorgeously photographed and directed little film, I know its relatively low budget just by watching it, but it still is imbued with a lot of class and perception, reaching higher than I expected a film would.

My girlfriend and me were caught up in it immediately from the opening close up shot of Simon Puritan's face drenched in deep red light. The film wraps itself around you in a very subtle way, you don't know that it has hooked you, but when you realise you really enjoy the fact that it has gotten to you, because you have stopped trying to figure it out and are simply engrossed in its plot and visuals.

Am looking forward to its release. Wonder what the director is doing next??


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