When the man behind a popular website that rnaks the world's most corrupt individuals is voted number one on his own site, he becomes the target of a killer who is out to murder every person named to the top of "The List.


Klaus Hüttmann


Klaus Hüttmann





Credited cast:
Sienna Guillory ... Alison Corwin
Nigel Planer ... Ted Rove
Clive Russell ... Peter
Bill Paterson ... Reg Troughton
Louise Delamere ... Sarah
Anthony Flanagan ... Christopher Corwin
Rita Davies ... Martha Rove
Andrew Havill ... Vickery
Charles Dale Charles Dale ... Richard Van Meeren
Charles De'Ath ... Brown
Andrew Leung Andrew Leung ... Sergej
Christopher Dane ... Smith
Seamus O'Neill Seamus O'Neill ... Jeff Bowler
Mingus Johnston ... Henry
Mia Vore Mia Vore ... Anja


Written and directed by Palme D'Or nominee Klaus Huttmann, THE LIST is a universal and psychological thriller at the edge of our time. Christopher Cowin is in his mid 30s, a family man who owns a small advertising agency. A court case he had recently lost has shown him the rich and powerful always win! That is why Christopher creates the website THE LIST. On this site, users can label corrupt individuals in public life and award them points as to how much of a menace they are. The result is a list of politicians, CEOs and bankers. The website quickly becomes a worldwide success but suddenly, whoever is number one on THE LIST appears murdered and public opinion starts to turn against Christopher. Written by Anonymous

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When Christopher Cowin is asked how he ensures no-one votes twice he says there is an international database of IP addresses, which makes the voting totally democratic. This could be by-passed by anyone voting from computers tied to different IP addresses (such as home/work/mobile). In addition, once one person linked to a IP address votes, no-one at that address would have a vote, such as in a home or workplace. See more »

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24 February 2014 | by voyou-703-655350See all my reviews

The List isn't exactly boring, despite the slow pace. And a fair number of useless scenes. And the as usual annoying texts to read from a filmed computer screen.

It is however unsatisfying, considering the potential of the subject. It feels like the onset was the only idea in the entire story; nothing interesting or relevant happens from there. The characters are dull, and none of their actions make sense (except maybe when the main character decides to try and become number 1.) These people don't behave like human beings. The acting is pretty bad, and there was obviously no coffee available for the actors during the entire filming.

For these reasons at least, the suspense fails to build up and I found myself completely detached all along. As expected these days, there are also attempts at plot twists instead of a good, consistent and self-sufficient storyline.

Most disappointing, in particular for its lack of social development.

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