Held captive by a circus, Malu is frantically rescued from her shackles by her husband. As she waits anxiously in the darkness for her chance to escape, a disturbing truth she's hidden away seeps back in.
Jude Law (Dom Hemingway) partner in the film is named Dickie, a character he himself played in The Talented Mr. Ripley which was named Dickie Greenleaf. See more »
When Dom and Lestor are discussing business by the canal, a predominantly yellow barge suddenly appears, moored, just behind them, then - as Lestor jogs off - it's gone. See more »
You fucker! My betrothed. You're nothing but a pestilence, an uphill gardener with a weak chin. You're a filthafising thief, that's what you are. You think you can steal from me? From me? From Dom Hemingway?
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Written by Eddie MacDonald (as MacDonald), Mike Peters (as Peters) and David Sharp (as Sharp)
Published by Lovolar Music (BMI) administered by
Bike Music (BMI) c/o The Bicycle Music Company
Administered in the UK by Bucks Music Group Limited
Performed by The Alarm
Licensed courtesy of EMI Records Ltd See more »
One of the most incredibly bad films I hope you never see
The people responsible for this steaming mess of a film should be banned from movie-making for a period of not less than ten years -- especially Jude Law, who is a credible actor but clearly made a lunatic career decision in taking the part of Dom Hemingway. It is hard for me to imagine that anyone would be daft enough to bankroll such a miserable exercise in self-indulgence. The story line is idiotic -- you get the feeling they were making up scenes as they went along. The characters are paper thin. The script is ludicrous -- especially when Law starts chewing up the scenery. I rarely review films on IMDb, but I felt that moviegoers deserved a warning on this one.
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