Page Eight

Johnny is a long-serving MI5 officer. His boss dies suddenly, leaving behind an inexplicable file which threatens the stability of the organisation.

Directed by: David Hare
Genres: Mystery, Thriller, Drama,
Production Company: Runaway Fridge TV, BBC, Heyday Films, Carnival Films, Masterpiece,

Page Eight - New Century. New Rules. - Azwaad Movie Database
  • Release Date: 28-08-2011
  • Runtime: 99 Minutes
  • Popularity: 13.65
  • Vote Count: 219
  • IMDB Rating: 6.5
  • Budget: USD 0
  • Revenue: USD 0
  • Region: United Kingdom ( GB ),
  • Homepage: N/A

Photo Name Character
Ralph Fiennes - Azwaad Movie Database Ralph Fiennes Alec Beasley
Rachel Weisz - Azwaad Movie Database Rachel Weisz Nancy Pierpan
Bill Nighy - Azwaad Movie Database Bill Nighy Johnny Worricker
Michael Gambon - Azwaad Movie Database Michael Gambon Benedict Baron
Felicity Jones - Azwaad Movie Database Felicity Jones Julianne Worricker
Tom Hughes - Azwaad Movie Database Tom Hughes Ralph Wilson
Judy Davis - Azwaad Movie Database Judy Davis Jill Tankard
Rakhee Thakrar - Azwaad Movie Database Rakhee Thakrar Muna Hammami
Saskia Reeves - Azwaad Movie Database Saskia Reeves Anthea Catcheside
Ewen Bremner - Azwaad Movie Database Ewen Bremner Rollo Maverley
Photo Name Department
Bill Nighy-Production Bill Nighy Production (Executive Producer)
Scott Rudin-Production Scott Rudin Production (Executive Producer)
David Hare-Directing David Hare Directing (Director)
David Hare-Writing David Hare Writing (Writer)
David Heyman-Production David Heyman Production (Producer)
Fiona Weir-Production Fiona Weir Production (Casting)
David Barron-Production David Barron Production (Producer)
Christine Langan-Production Christine Langan Production (Executive Producer)
Martin Ruhe-Camera Martin Ruhe Camera (Director of Photography)
Paul Englishby-Sound Paul Englishby Sound (Original Music Composer)

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Peter McGinn

I enjoyed this espionage movie a lot. It followed a major unwritten rule of spy thrillers, which is to have the hero not know who he can trust at any time, but still they kept the plot from spinning off into confusion and paranoia that feeds some espionage films. I have come to appreciate Bill Nighy’s acting more and more as I see his work. He reminds me of Mark Rylance, an actor equally skilled as the lead or in a supporting role, who doesn’t shout a lot or violently emote, but rather nails his part in the quiet, convincing moments. There is no supervillain here, no Mr. Big or Goldfinger to defeat in a climactic special effects-laden final scene. In a way, the American government is the bad guy, or even the head of the department our hero works for. I couldn’t quite decide if it irritated me that our nearly frail, nearly elderly hero could still effortlessly cause a beautiful young woman to attach herself to him, but it surprisingly (to me) remained just a flutter in the plot, not very serious in the end. I have been meaning to watch this movie for a few years and I am glad I did.

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