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Jackie works as a CCTV operator. Each day she watches over a small part of the world, protecting the people living their lives under her gaze. One day a man appears on her monitor, a man she... See more »

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Jackie
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Clyde
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Stevie
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April
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Avery
Andrew Armour ...
Alfred
Carolyn Calder ...
Cleaner
John Comerford ...
Man With Dog
Jessica Angus ...
Bronwyn
Martin McCardie ...
Angus
Martin O'Neill ...
Frank
Cora Bisset ...
Jo
Charles Brown ...
Broomfield Barman
Annie Bain ...
Aunt Kath
Frances Kelly ...
Woman in Denim Skirt
John McDonald ...
Broomfield Barman
William Cassidy ...
Stevie's Dad
Sarah Haworth ...
Police Woman
Elizabeth Allan ...
Kind Lady on Bus
Anne Kidd ...
Brenda
Allan Sawers ...
Rob
Frances McEwan ...
Woman Who Flirts with Clyde
Anne McColgan ...
Purple Coat with Cat
Graeme Wright ...
Top Man Jacket
Sanije Robeli ...
Blonde Cleaner
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Neil Cairns ...
Lawyer (uncredited)

Directed by

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Andrea Arnold

Written by

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Andrea Arnold ... (written by)
 
Lone Scherfig ... (characters) &
Anders Thomas Jensen ... (characters)

Produced by

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Gillian Berrie ... executive producer
Claire Chapman ... executive producer
Carrie Comerford ... producer
Leonard Crooks ... executive producer (as Lenny Crooks)
Marie Gade Denessen ... co-producer (as Marie Gade)
Anna Duffield ... associate producer
Wendy Griffin ... line producer
Sisse Graum Jørgensen ... executive producer (as Sisse Graum Jorgensen)
David M. Thompson ... executive producer
Paul Trijbits ... executive producer

Music by

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Glenn Gregory

Cinematography by

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Robbie Ryan ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Nicolas Chaudeurge

Editorial Department

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Matt Adams ... digital intermediate producer
Brian Coffey ... post-production coordinator
Rob Gordon ... digital on-line editor
Emily Greenwood ... assistant digital on-line editor
John Hinchliffe ... digital intermediate technical manager
Patrick Malone ... digital intermediate producer
Anna Mehta ... assistant editor: Scotland
Steve Mercer ... assistant editor: London
Alexandra Montgomery ... post-production paperwork
Michael Nollet ... assistant editor: London
Rob Pizzey ... digital colorist
Tom Thomson ... editing trainee: Scotland
Laurent Treherne ... digital intermediate technical director
Paul Jones ... digital intermediate manager (uncredited)

Casting By

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Kahleen Crawford
Des Hamilton

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Helen Scott

Costume Design by

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Carole K. Millar

Makeup Department

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Sarah Fidelo ... makeup designer
Niamh Morrison ... makeup artist
Tracy Young ... daily makeup trainee (uncredited)

Production Management

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Fiona Morham ... head of production: UK Film Council
Emma Murphy ... post-production supervisor
Jenny Williams ... head of production: Glasgow Film Council
Emma Zee ... post-production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Andrew Gardiner ... third assistant director
Jo Gibson ... additional first assistant director
Ray Kenny ... second assistant director
Kathleen Wishart ... first assistant director
Ewan Stewart ... additional assistant director: dailies (uncredited)

Art Department

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Douglas Ferguson ... property master
Angus Gentleman ... stand-by props
Iain Gower ... art department runner (as Ian Gower)
Janice Macrae ... prop buyer (as Janice MacRae)
Shona Paton ... art department assistant
Sue Porter ... prop buyer
Charles Wright ... construction

Sound Department

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Iain Anderson ... sound effects editor
Phillip Barrett ... foley recordist (as Phill Barratt)
Nicolas Becker ... foley artist
Martin Belshaw ... sound recordist
Colin Gregory ... boom operator
Paul Hanks ... foley artist
Kahl Henderson ... dialogue editor / re-recording mixer
Lorraine Keiller ... foley editor
Douglas MacDougall ... sound designer
Micheal MacKinnon ... adr recordist (as Michael McKinnon)
Ian Morgan ... adr supervisor
Ian Palmer ... sound assistant
Chris Sinclair ... re-recording mixer
Lauren Ana Walker ... preview sound mixer (as Lauren Walker)
Florent Lavallée ... foley recordist (uncredited)

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Michael Deming ... digital film bureau
Louise Hussey ... visual effects producer: Rushes Post Production
Alex Llewellyn ... compositor: Rushes Post Production
Mark Pascoe ... compositor: Rushes Post Production
Jonathan Privett ... visual effects supervisor: Rushes Post Production
Lee Tibbetts ... compositor: Rushes Post Production
John Palmer ... digital film bureau manager: Laser Record (uncredited)
Jez Tucker ... senior systems administrator (uncredited)

Stunts

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Clive Curtis ... stunt coordinator
Levan Doran ... stunt double: Avery
David Goodall ... fight coordinator
Ian Kay ... stunt performer
Rod Young ... fight coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Paul Bates ... electrician
Jaime Feliu-Torres ... focus puller
Holly Horner ... still photographer
Naresh Kaushal ... camera trainee
Callum Milne ... electrician
Scott Napier ... gaffer
Chris Shaw ... camera assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Danni Millar ... wardrobe supervisor

Location Management

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Jennifer Brooks ... location assistant
Naomi Liston ... location manager
Neil Murray ... location daily

Music Department

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Nicolas Becker ... additional musical sounds
Roz Colls ... music supervisor: Music Matters

Transportation Department

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Iain Gower ... additional driver: minibus (as Ian Gower)
Euan Milne ... driver: minibus

Other crew

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Iain Andrew ... script supervisor
James Armitage ... legal service: Lee & Thompson
Tack Baldwin ... harness advisor
Natalie Bass ... business affairs: UK Film Council
Andy Boyd ... location and set security and assistance
Mary Brehony ... legals: Scottish Screen
Neil Cairns ... production accountant
Neil Calder ... completion guarantor: Film Finances Inc.
Emma Clarke ... senior production executive: UK Film Council
Anita Cox ... business affairs: Scottish Screen
Tone Davies ... laboratory contact: Soho Images
Tone Davis ... laboratory contact: Soho Images
Lars Dela ... technical liaison: Mainstream ApS
Jeremy Gawade ... legal services: Lee & thompson
Robin Haig ... floor runner
Wendy Kidd ... publicity notes
Anders Kjærhauge ... legal services: Zentropa Administration ApS (as Anders Kjaerhauge)
Kathleen MacLeod ... production secretary
Margaret McDonald ... production coordinator
Neil Murray ... additional floor runner
Natasha Pilbrow ... legal services: Lee & Thompson
Martin Poultney ... representative: Ascent Media Group
Jennifer Reynolds ... production executive: Glasgow Film Office
Carole Sheridan ... development: Scottish Screen
David Stewart ... animal handler (as Dave Stewart)
Paul Zieleniec ... assistant production accountant

Thanks

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Alesia Weston ... special thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Whilst working as a CCTV operator in Glasgow's working-class Red Road estate, Jackie sees a face from the past, a face that she thought would no longer haunt her dreams. Keeping her distance, and with the use of her CCTV cameras, she follows the face and the man and she finally decides to confront him. It is here that past lives are once again entwined and reconciliations are aired. Written by Cinema_Fan

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Also Known As
  • Ulica red roud (Serbia)
  • Crvena cesta (Croatia)
  • Dereh adouma (Israel, Hebrew title)
  • Sinal de Alerta (Portugal)
  • Marcas da Vida (Brazil)
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Runtime
  • 113 min
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Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross $866,550

Did You Know?

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Trivia Red Road is the first of three films made at the behest of The Advance Party, a Danish project inspired by Lars von Trier, who challenged Arnold and two other new directors to create films with the same group of characters. See more »
Goofs The video screens in the surveillance centre do not show the date and time, which would severely limit their usefulness as filmed evidence in real life. The date and time have clearly been disabled to avoid continuity errors in filming. The 'shadow' of the numbers is however visible. See more »
Movie Connections Followed by Donkeys (2010). See more »
Soundtracks Morning Glory See more »
Quotes Clyde: Do you know what I wonder about you?
Jackie: What?
Clyde: How your cunt taste like.
[looking at Clyde blankly, not being surprised at all]
Clyde: Shocked?
Jackie: [blankly] Not really.
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