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The Strange Game of Hyde and Seek (2004)

A unique interpretation of the classic tale of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde is told from the perspective of Gabrielle Utterson.


Nathan Hill
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Cast overview:
Carter Doyle ... Mr. Utterson
Nicholas Wightman ... Dr. Jekyll
Deborah Barrese Deborah Barrese ... Lady of leisure #1 (as Deborah Tabone)
Daniel Rankin ... Chess player
Lauren O'Callaghan Lauren O'Callaghan ... Maid
Fabian Lapham Fabian Lapham ... Poole
Andy Delves Andy Delves ... Mr. Enfield
Michael Burkett Michael Burkett ... Mr. Hyde
Imogen Rankin Imogen Rankin ... Maid
Tim Purdie Tim Purdie ... Chess Player
Benjamin Purdie Benjamin Purdie ... Dr. Lanyon
Karen Orford Karen Orford ... Audrey West
Jasmine Velimirovic Jasmine Velimirovic ... Lady of leisure #2


"The Strange Game of Hyde and Seek" is a modern day adaptation of the classic story "The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde" by Robert Louis Stevenson. Our story follows the journey of Mr Utterson, a friend and lawyer to Dr Jekyll. Utterson believes that something has gone wrong with his dear friend and makes it his mission to discover what kind of lunacy has consumed Jekyll. Written by Nathan Hill

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Did You Know?


Can also be found on the limited edition Bluray - Ozploitation Massacre, as part of a 2-disc movie compilation. See more »


A laptop is used by Dr Jekyll in the opening sequence in a film that seems to be from the go get a very period piece one. See more »


Mr. Enfield: I beg your pardon but that is no way to treat a lady!
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Crazy Credits

Main title follows the brutal murder of one character and evolves into animated sequence See more »


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Hyde and Go Seek
by Michael Bell
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this movie rocks!
1 August 2008 | by nanthanonnathanSee all my reviews

This director is amazing!!!! He is Australia's answer to Michael Bay!!! What a pure genius. What Michael does for 15million dollars Nathan can do for ten. For sheer cinematic value, a Nathan Hill production is peerless. Talent so well hidden, yet we so seek to find, your genius shines through the gloom that is the state of our current cinematic scope. His latest release, Tomboys is sure to scintillate and rock to the very foundations of Australian avant Gard cinema and prove to you that not only has Nathan Hill got his finger on the pulse of modern horror noir, he is at the fore front of the the genre it's self and will continue to exceed all expectations. Alliance Productions has much foresight in having secured this up and coming rising star for a further five productions. We are waiting with bated breath.......

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Release Date:

14 March 2006 (Australia) See more »

Filming Locations:

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia


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$100,000 (estimated)
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