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After her family is killed, Mina finds out her real father is a terrorist, and behind the killings. To get revenge, Mina works with British Intelligence to take him down.

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Simon
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Mina
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Olivia
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Ian
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Khalid
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Harm Helder
Jade Hudson ...
Saba
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Dagar
Rafaela Pugh ...
Dee
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Daphne
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Atal
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Harriet
Christian Kinde ...
Frederick
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Emma
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Dr. Laura Scripps
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Husband
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Wife
Darshan Biersack ...
Musab
Emil Marwa ...
Abu
Rupert Whitaker ...
Baz
Reza Arabpour ...
Praying Man
Simon Lenagan ...
Shopkeeper
David Motion ...
Hotel Porter
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Newsreader
Imran Mirza ...
Abbas
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Bandit
Charlie Warner ...
Kaiyan
Aqsa ...
Daughter in Shop (as Aqsa Mehrban)
Paring ...
Chinese Takeaway Lady (as Paring Long)
Alastair Cox ...
Funeral Home Man
Stuart Cowie ...
1980s Special Ops
Billy Hart ...
1980s Special Ops
Daniel Gabriel ...
Boy Racer 1
Nick Bourne ...
Boy Racer 2
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News Reader (voice)
Sam Hafez ...
Arabic (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lauren Beacham ...
Tanya (uncredited)
Nina Molly Brown ...
Newsreader (uncredited)
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Solider (uncredited)
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News Reader (uncredited)
James Pimenta ...
Armed Guard (uncredited)
Felicity Whiston ...
Nurse (uncredited)

Directed by

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Vicky Jewson

Written by

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Ben Hervey ... (writer) (as Alan Heartfield)
 
Vicky Jewson ... (story) &
Rupert Whitaker ... (story)

Produced by

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Nina Molly Brown ... assistant producer
Daniel Gabriel ... associate producer
Azza Hourani ... line producer: Jordan unit
Jade Hudson ... executive producer
Martin McCabe ... executive producer
Mick Southworth ... executive producer (as Mick Southwell)
Julia Verdin ... executive producer
Rupert Whitaker ... line producer / producer

Music by

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James McWilliam

Cinematography by

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Malte Rosenfeld

Film Editing by

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Vicky Jewson

Editorial Department

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Jamie Dickinson ... colorist
David Motion ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Gaby Kester

Production Design by

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Stephanie Denington

Art Direction by

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Stuart Cowie

Costume Design by

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Poppy Lockton

Makeup Department

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Antonia Dutton ... makeup artist / makeup department head
Danny Marie Elias ... key makeup artist
Hannah Jones ... makeup artist
Kimberly Weinreich ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Rawan Babia ... production manager: Jordan
Darren Crisp ... production manager
Daniel Gabriel ... unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Nina Molly Brown ... second assistant director
Jonny Hodgetts ... third assistant director: Jordan
Alex Reid ... third assistant director
Rupert Whitaker ... first assistant director / second unit director

Art Department

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Yulia Mishchenko ... assistant art director (as Julia Mishchenko)
Hirad Sekharat ... assistant production designer

Sound Department

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Falah Hannoun ... sound mixer: Jordanian unit
Wayne Reay ... sound editor / sound mixer / sound supervisor
Louis Tuck ... boom operator: Jordanian unit

Special Effects by

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John Rafique ... special effects supervisor
Nick Rideout ... special effects supervisor
Simon Rowling ... special effects crew
Clive Shaw ... armourer
Matthew Strange ... lead armourer

Visual Effects by

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Drew Render ... visual effects producer

Stunts

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Bill Davey ... stunt performer
Fran Lambrick ... aerobatic stunt double
Glenn Marks ... stunt coordinator
Max Schofield ... wire supervisor
Tony Van Silva ... stunt performer (as Tony Van Silver)

Camera and Electrical Department

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David Agha-Rafei ... first assistant camera
Karl Clarke ... second assistant camera
Daniel Goodall ... spark
Amii Griffith ... sparks: Jordanian unit
Richard Harrowing ... spark
Philip Hartwell ... second assistant camera: Jordanian unit
Sam Heasman ... gaffer
Gwyn Hemmings ... second assistant camera
Daniel Hillary ... spark
Stephanie Kennedy ... key second assistant camera
Stefan Mitchell ... spark
Dale Pollit-Gent ... spark
Cullum Ross ... additional electrician
Firas Taybeh ... first assistant camera: jordan unit (as Firas W. Taybeh)
Robin Webster ... second assistant camera
Felicity Whiston ... second assistant camera

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Olivia Ford ... wardrobe
Poppy Lockton ... wardrobe
Fay Roxburgh ... wardrobe
Libby Jewson ... costume supervisor (uncredited)

Location Management

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Yaser Rousan ... location manager: jordanian unit

Music Department

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Boban Apostolov ... scoring pro tools engineer
Goetz Botzenhardt ... mix engineer
Paul Devaney ... music supervisor
Georgi Hristovski ... score recording engineer
James McWilliam ... orchestrator
F.A.M.E.'S. Project ... orchestra and studio contractor

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Jonny Boston ... legal advisor
Nick Bourne ... runner
Zara Carnegie ... script supervisor
Henry Cole ... armourer
Ben Coles ... runner
Siobhán Cox ... runner
Lon Haber ... publicist
Pascha Hanaway ... assistant production coordinator
Paul Hillier ... insurance
Jenny Honeybill ... runner
Mike Macquire ... catering manager
Holly Marshall-Falland ... runner
Abby Mills ... production coordinator
Ross D Minty ... runner
Guy Murray-Brown ... production coordinator
Narandranath Ragoobar ... runner
Andi Sanchez ... runner
Clive Shaw ... armourer
Matthew Strange ... lead armourer

Thanks

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Helen Jewson ... special thanks
Peter Jewson ... special thanks
Jareer Massarweh ... very special thanks: Kempinksi Hotels
Peter Pedrero ... special thanks
Chris and Wendy Ward ... thanks
David Whitaker ... in memory of (as David Sinclair Whitaker)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

In the late 1980's, Daphne, a young Englishwoman finds herself in over her head. Accused of the murder of a young boy from a tribal family at a time of war between the locals and foreign invaders, she fled for her life and a new identity. 2011; 20 years later. Min, a student, is living at home as she can't afford to move. One night her life is turned upside-down when, during a ng homer invasion, her parents are murdered and only herself and her younger sister survive. They're taken into protection, and the truth is revealed. Mina's mother, Daphne, had a secret. Not only had she been accused of murder back in 1988, but had an affair with the leader of the tribal family with whom she stayed. Mina is his daughter, and he wants her back. Written by Vicky Jewson

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Taglines Revenge runs deep See more »
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Also Known As
  • Mia (Japan)
  • Zrodzona z wojny (Poland)
Runtime
  • 109 min
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Budget $1,000,000 (estimated)

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