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In Bruges (17-Jan-2008)

Director: Martin McDonagh

Writer: Martin McDonagh

Music by: Carter Burwell

Producers: Graham Broadbent; Pete Czernin

Keywords: Crime, Hitman

Two hitmen stuck in the Belgian city of Bruges waiting for word on their next job -- one loves the city, the other wants to be anywhere else. A complication arises with the assignment that eventually comes, and the boss arrives from London to fix things. Also a pretty girl, recurring midgetry, and a bell tower.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Colin Farrell
31-May-1976   Bullseye in Daredevil
Ralph Fiennes
22-Dec-1962   The English Patient
Brendan Gleeson
29-Mar-1955   Mad-Eye Moody
Zeljko Ivanek
15-Aug-1957   Gov. James Devlin on Oz
Clémence Poésy
30-Oct-1982   Fleur Delacour in Harry Potter
Jérémie Renier
6-Jan-1981   L'Enfant


Colin Farrell   ...   Ray
Brendan Gleeson   ...   Ken
Ralph Fiennes   ...   Harry
Clémence Poésy   ...   Chloe
Jérémie Renier   ...   Eirik
Thekla Reuten   ...   Marie
Jordan Prentice   ...   Jimmy
Zeljko Ivanek   ...   Canadian Guy
Elizabeth Berrington   ...   Natalie
Rudy Blomme   ...   Ticket Seller
Olivier Bonjour   ...   Film Director
Mark Donovan   ...   Overweight Man
Ann Elsley   ...   Overweight Woman #2
Jean Mark Favorin   ...   Policeman
Eric Godon   ...   Yuri
Sachi Kimura   ...   Imamoto
Anna Madeley   ...   Denise
Louis Nummy   ...   Harry's Child #3
Theo Stevenson   ...   Boy in Church
Inez Stinton   ...   Kelli
Emily Thorling   ...   Overweight Woman
Angel Witney   ...   Harry's Child #2
Bonnie Witney   ...   Harry's Child #1
Ran Yaniv   ...   Barman
Stephanie Carey   ...   Canadian Girl
Jamie Edgell   ...   Boat Driver


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