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All Things to All Men (2013)

Not Rated | | Crime , Thriller | 5 April 2013 (UK)
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A thief is caught up in a deadly game of cat-and-mouse between a maverick cop and London crime boss.

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George Isaac

Writer:

George Isaac
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Gabriel Byrne ... Joseph Corso
Rufus Sewell ... Jonathan Parker
Toby Stephens ... Riley
Elsa Pataky ... Sophia Peters
Leo Gregory ... Dixon
Julian Sands ... George Cutter
Ralph Brown ... McDeer
Terence Maynard ... Sands
Pierre Mascolo Pierre Mascolo ... Mark Corso
MC Harvey MC Harvey ... Curtis Carter (as Michael Harvey)
Neil Maskell ... Luke Nelson
James Frain ... Attorney General
David Schofield ... Police Commissioner
Gil Darnell ... Adrian Peters
Tom Davis ... Roberts
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A thief is caught up in a deadly game of cat-and-mouse between a maverick cop and London crime boss.

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Crime | Thriller

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Not Rated | See all certifications »

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UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 April 2013 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

The Deadly Game See more »

Filming Locations:

London, England, UK

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Budget:

£3,000,000 (estimated)
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Cipher Films See more »
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This film carries the title 'The Deadly Game' when aired on Sky, not 'All Things To All Men.' See more »

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When Joseph helps Mark with the wound on his neck from the gun shot, his watch changes position during shots. See more »

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Panders to US audience
3 May 2014 | by catmorlandSee all my reviews

I only managed to watch half this film because by that point I had got sick of the inaccuracies.

Two examples: 1) British police do not have badges, they have warrant cards (so no-one talks about taking someone's badge*) and 2) no-one 'makes detective'; they join the CID and then go on to further specialised areas of the police force.

Also, the police in the UK are not allowed to operate like this. I don't deny that corruption exists but no police officer would be allowed this sort of latitude.

I don't know why the director/writer decided to waste the talents of some excellent actors like this when an authentic British take on the storyline would probably have been much more interesting. I can only assume that some idiot in Hollywood holding the cheque book interfered to the extent that this abomination resulted.

*I have no idea what that 'badge' was that one of the detectives showed a suspect.


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