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Narcopolis ()


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In the near future, Frank Grieves is a new breed of police officer working in a city where all recreational drugs are legal. When he is taken off a case involving an unidentified corpse, he... See more »

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Todd Ambro
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Martin Fox
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Ambro Scientist
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Eva Gray
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Frank Grieves
Mark Ramsey ...
Night Watchman
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Kim Nolan
Molly Gaisford ...
Angie Grieves
Louis Trefgarne ...
Young Ben Grieves
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Ellen Ambro
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Ambro Dealer
Adam Sims ...
Eddie Rankin
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Chief Ballard
Rufus Wright ...
Mason
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Yuri Sidorov
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Donne
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Suko
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Aldiss
Charlie Evans ...
Dead Skin
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Seedy John
Brona C. Titley ...
Crabbe
Geoffrey Breton ...
Ambro Dealer 2 (as Geoff Breton)
Jonathan Schey ...
Ambro Dealer 3
Matthew Kitsell ...
Concierge
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Wasted Guy
Leon Sua ...
Lead Drone
Bryce Jackson ...
Drone 2
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Drone 3
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Drone 4
Tim Barrow ...
Drone 5
Fiona Ryan ...
Nightclub Girl
Annabel Norbury ...
Wasted Girl
Nana Amoo-Gottfried ...
Bartender
Kane Sharpe ...
Hippy Guy
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Mr. Chang
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Chat Show Host
David Kaye ...
Scared Rat (as Dave Kaye)
Khurram Butt ...
Ambro Guard 2044
Kern Sorzano ...
Drug Dealer
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2044 Rebel
Mark Stedman ...
2044 Rebel
Rob Marni ...
Ambro Henchman
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Benjamin Cross ...
Rooftop Drone (uncredited)
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Military Drone (uncredited)
Bruce Holder ...
Ambro Guard / Driver (uncredited)
Nicola Millbank ...
Girl in Club (uncredited)
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Officer Archer (uncredited)
Lucy Pearman ...
Market Girl (uncredited)
Jill Stanford ...
Market Mother (uncredited)
Carl Sykes ...
Seedy Punter (uncredited)

Directed by

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Justin Trefgarne ... (directed by)

Written by

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Justin Trefgarne ... (written by)

Produced by

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John Cameron ... executive producer
Lisa Carroll ... executive producer
Simon Cole ... executive producer
Daniel-Konrad Cooper ... producer (produced by)
Elliot Cowan ... executive producer
John Edwards ... executive producer
Jonathan Elstein ... executive producer
Liat Elstein ... executive producer
Stephen Riera ... co-producer
Antony Smith ... co-producer
Justin Trefgarne ... producer (produced by)
Paula Turnbull ... producer (produced by)
Eldar Tuvey ... producer (produced by)
Roy Tuvey ... executive producer
Jim Walker ... executive producer

Music by

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Aleah Morrison ... (music by)
Matthew Wilcock ... (music by)

Cinematography by

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Christopher Moon ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Jo Dixon ... (edited by) (as Jo-Anne Dixon)
Robbie Morrison ... (edited by)

Editorial Department

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Theresa Crooks ... digital intermediate coordinator
Tom Cushing ... post-production manager
Patrick Malone ... digital intermediate head of department
Gareth Molan ... trailer editor
Steve Owen ... digital intermediate conform editor
James Panting ... assistant editor
Jateen Patel ... digital colourist
Laurent Treherne ... digital film technical supervisor
Kieran Waller ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Manuel Puro ... (casting by)

Production Design by

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Paul Booth
Takis

Art Direction by

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Emily Durtnall
Anthony Noble
Sara Polonghini

Set Decoration by

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Paul Booth

Costume Design by

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Cecile Van Dijk ... (costumes designed by)

Makeup Department

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Cat Corderoy ... assistant makeup artist
Anouka Popplewell ... makeup artist
Beth Roberts-Miller ... makeup designer
Malwina Suwinska ... special makeup effects artist

Production Management

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Joshua Bregman ... assistant production manager
Greg Harris ... unit manager
Sarah Parfitt ... post-production supervisor
Stephen Riera ... production manager
Diogo Salvini Costa ... assistant production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Colin Azzopardi ... second assistant director
Leopold Hughes ... second assistant director
Liam Lock ... second assistant director
Emyr Glyn Rees ... third assistant director
Phill Reeves ... second assistant director (as Phil Reeves)
Hannah Roose ... third assistant director
Pandora Showan ... assistant director: additional photography
Toby Spanton ... first assistant director
Chris Stoaling ... first assistant director
Sarah Townsend ... third assistant director: additional photography, dailies

Art Department

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Jerry Bland ... production buyer
Rebecca Brown ... stand-by art director
Sierra Goldberg ... art department assistant
Christopher Goodman ... prop maker (as Chris Goodman)
Bruce Holder ... fabricator: picture vehicles
Jackson Pope ... assistant art director
Nicholas Robatto ... prop maker
Amie Stephens ... assistant art director
Elin Stone ... art department assistant

Sound Department

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Robin Gerrard ... sound mixer
Ben Hawkins ... boom operator
Eilam Hoffman ... additional sound editor
Stelios Koupetoris ... dialogue editor
Jon Newell ... boom operator
Brendan Nicholson ... re-recording mixer
Simon Norman ... boom operator
Emilie O'Connor ... dialogue & adr editor
Filipe Pinheiro ... boom operator
Richard Pryke ... re-recording mixer
Libby Rodriguez ... assistant dialogue editor
Tim Surrey ... sound mixer
Marie Tueje ... foley editor

Special Effects by

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Simon Rowling ... special effects

Visual Effects by

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Taruna Bhagat ... visual effects coordinator
Peter Collins ... digital intermediate
Scott Fletcher ... visual effects supervisor
Aaron Gurung ... visual effects artist
Kirat Gurung ... visual effects supervisor
Jennifer Joseph ... visual effects artist
Rajesh M. Kumar ... visual effects artist
Rahul Mahipal ... visual effects artist
Gaurav Sharma ... visual effects artist
Phil Webster ... visual effects artist
Rebecca Hung Han Yun ... roto artist

Stunts

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Beau Fowler ... action director
Leon Sua ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Jazz Bhalla ... electrician
Tom Campbell ... electrician
Kat Hannon ... stills photographer
Tommy Hardt ... trainee assistant camera
Tom Hockin ... electrician
Brian Lockyer ... camera trainee
Joe Lovelock ... digital imaging technician
John Malaney ... electrician: pick-ups
Jason Oxley ... focus puller
Ben Piper ... electrician
Matthew Riley ... electrician
David Sedgwick ... electrician
Julian Sharma ... second assistant camera
Bill Rae Smith ... gaffer (as Will Rae Smith)
Matthew Tregoning ... second assistant camera: re-shoots
James Watson ... 2nd unit cinematographer

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Heather Bagley ... costume assistant
Mahana Delacour ... assistant costume designer
Rachel Freire ... designer: jumpsuits for Ms. Crichlow
Michelle Victoria McGrath ... assistant costume designer

Location Management

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Guy Bonner ... location manager

Music Department

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Rupert Coulson ... score mixer
Lena Nieri ... composer: theme music

Transportation Department

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Ian Abraham ... driver: cast / transportation coordinator
Ben Dawes ... production driver
Tom O'Shea ... driver: cast

Other crew

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Sarah Breese ... unit manager
David A. Burt ... production assistant
Liam Butler ... dit
Benjamin Cross ... assistant to the director
Rebecca E. Daly ... script supervisor
Katie Edwards ... runner
Harry Greaves ... production assistant
Leopold Hughes ... production coordinator
Kay Michael ... production secretary
Scott Perrie ... unit medic
Natasha Phelan ... production assistant
Phoebe Pryce ... production assistant
Diogo Salvini Costa ... production coordinator
Barney Shakespeare ... production assistant
Louise Marie Smith ... runner (as Louise Smith) / runner

Thanks

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Janet Dobbs ... thanks
Mark Huckerby ... special thanks
Johan Neethling ... thanks
Nick Ostler ... special thanks
Russell Southam ... thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Narcopolis is a futuristic thriller set in the near future where all classes of drugs have been legalized. Frank Grieves is a 'Dreck', a roaming narc responsible for keeping the black market dealers off the streets and the licenced drugs companies rich. When he discovers a rogue substance in an unidentified corpse, evidence suggests that Ambro, the most powerful drug manufacturer of all, are conducting secret tests on an experimental narcotic. Grieves discovers a second victim - this time alive - but she disappears and he is suddenly taken off the case by his superiors. As his options drain away, it's clear that legalization has come at a heavy price. Is it too late to save the city? Written by Anonymous

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Taglines The future is a fix. See more »
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  • 96 min
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Budget GBP1,000,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia Although a futuristic movie forecasting legal drugs, its prediction came true: modern day California. See more »
Goofs Towards the start of the film, the dead woman on the bed first has her mouth open slightly, then closed in the next shot. See more »

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