The Headsman

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By on July 27, 2009

Category: 16
All Genres: Drama
Release Year: 2005
Country: UK, Austria, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Hungary, Germany
Runtime: 115
Rating: (0)
Languages: English
Director: Simon Aeby
Sound: Dolby Digital
Taglines:

  • Inspired by one family's real story
  • The rules of the game are about to change

  • Writing by: Steve Attridge – writer
    Susanne Freund – writer

    Produced by: Mike Downey – co-producer
    Helmut Grasser – producer
    Marcel Hoehn – co-producer
    Sam Lavender – associate producer
    Péter Miskolczi – co-producer
    Zorana Piggott – associate producer
    Peter Rommel – co-producer
    Sam Taylor – co-producer
    Claude Waringo – co-producer

    Cast: Steven Berkoff – Inquisitor
    Nikolaj Coster-Waldau – Martin
    Julie Cox – Margaretha
    Lili Geszler – Librarian's daughter
    Patrick Godfrey – Bertram
    Anastasia Griffith – Anna
    Lee Ingleby – Bernhard
    Eddie Marsan – Fabio
    Joe Mason – Jakob
    Peter McDonald – Georg
    John Shrapnel – Archbishop

    Music: Matthias Weber
    Official Website: Visit Website


    Plot Outline: A teenager faces an uphill battle when she fights to give women the opportunity to play competitive soccer.
    Plot: This is the story of a teenager named Gracie Bowen, who lives in South Orange, New Jersey, is crazy about soccer, as are her three brothers and former soccer star father. Although Gracie wants to join her brothers and father in the nightly practices, she is discouraged by everyone except her elder brother, Johnny. Her father does not believe that girls should play soccer and tells her that she is neither tough enough nor talented enough to play with the boys team. Undeterred, Gracie finds reserves of strength she never knew existed, and persists in changing everyone's beliefs in what she is capable of, including her own. She faces an uphill battle when she fights to give women the opportunity to play competitive soccer. But as the beautiful and strong person that she has always been but she also brings her family together in the face of their own tragedy.

    Movie Quotes: Wild Man Fischer: You gotta have three things: you gotta have talent, you gotta have talent, and you gotta have persistence.


    Crazy Credits: We know about 2 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    1970s-era home video and photographs, including some of Elisabeth Shue as a child, are shown before and during the closing credits.

    Goofs: We know about 4 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Anachronisms: The film is set in the late 1970's, yet the referees shown are wearing the gold jerseys that are standard today. Then, referees typically wore solid black jerseys with white cuffs and collars. Socks most frequently matched with a solid white top, rather than the three-striped sock. Referee jerseys changed in the 1990s to a fuchsia and black check pattern, and since around 2000 have changed to gold with black pin-striping as seen in the film.

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    The Headsman

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    By on July 27, 2009

    Category: 16
    All Genres: Drama
    Release Year: 2005
    Country: UK, Austria, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Hungary, Germany
    Runtime: 115
    Rating: (0)
    Languages: English
    Director: Simon Aeby
    Sound: Dolby Digital
    Taglines:

  • What will become of our lovable anti-hero?

  • Writing by: Steve Attridge – writer
    Susanne Freund – writer

    Produced by: Mike Downey – co-producer
    Helmut Grasser – producer
    Marcel Hoehn – co-producer
    Sam Lavender – associate producer
    Péter Miskolczi – co-producer
    Zorana Piggott – associate producer
    Peter Rommel – co-producer
    Sam Taylor – co-producer
    Claude Waringo – co-producer

    Cast: Steven Berkoff – Inquisitor
    Nikolaj Coster-Waldau – Martin
    Julie Cox – Margaretha
    Lili Geszler – Librarian's daughter
    Patrick Godfrey – Bertram
    Anastasia Griffith – Anna
    Lee Ingleby – Bernhard
    Eddie Marsan – Fabio
    Joe Mason – Jakob
    Peter McDonald – Georg
    John Shrapnel – Archbishop

    Music: Matthias Weber
    Official Website: Visit Website


    Plot Outline: Am amazing film created from the largest private collection of “stag” films in the United States
    Plot: From the birth of cinema through the 1960s in the United States, most pornographic films were brief, black and white, anonymously produced films known as “stag films”, “blue movies”, or “smokers,” so called because of the smoke-filled rooms where men would gather for private screenings. Initially shot on 35mm film, the advent of 16mm and 8mm consumer film stock allowed for production of about 1,000 of these films between 1915 and 1968. This film examines the “stag” film not as much for the subject matter or lack of production value, but as a metaphor and reflection of American popular culture. Featuring film footage from the largest private “stag” film collection in North America, American Stag is an amazing study of a subterranean phenomena of cinema in the western world. Featuring interviews with Adam Carolla, Melvin Van Peebles, Tommy Chong, Barbara Hammer, Linda Williams, Chris Gore, David Skal, and Rupert Jee.

    Movie Quotes:
    Pamela Landy: This is Jason Bourne, the toughest target that you have ever tracked. He is really good at staying alive, and trying to kill him and failing… just pisses him off.


    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    At the very end of the credits there is an additional scene involving a curious cat and the remains of the alien slug creature.

    Goofs: We know about 37 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Continuity: The cuts on Jason, especially over the left eye, appear and disappear following the police car crash.

    Trivia: There are 1 entries in the trivia list – like these:

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    The Headsman

    1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars
    By on July 27, 2009

    Category: 16
    All Genres: Drama
    Release Year: 2005
    Country: UK, Austria, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Hungary, Germany
    Runtime: 115
    Rating: (0)
    Languages: English
    Director: Simon Aeby
    Sound: Dolby Digital
    Taglines:

  • Fear is buried here…

  • Writing by: Steve Attridge – writer
    Susanne Freund – writer

    Produced by: Mike Downey – co-producer
    Helmut Grasser – producer
    Marcel Hoehn – co-producer
    Sam Lavender – associate producer
    Péter Miskolczi – co-producer
    Zorana Piggott – associate producer
    Peter Rommel – co-producer
    Sam Taylor – co-producer
    Claude Waringo – co-producer

    Cast: Steven Berkoff – Inquisitor
    Nikolaj Coster-Waldau – Martin
    Julie Cox – Margaretha
    Lili Geszler – Librarian's daughter
    Patrick Godfrey – Bertram
    Anastasia Griffith – Anna
    Lee Ingleby – Bernhard
    Eddie Marsan – Fabio
    Joe Mason – Jakob
    Peter McDonald – Georg
    John Shrapnel – Archbishop

    Music: Matthias Weber
    Official Website: Visit Website


    Plot Outline: The friends Jack, Allie, Sarah, Charlie, Michelle and Eric go to the Placid Pines Cemetery to play hide and seek in the tombs…
    Plot: The friends Jack, Allie, Sarah, Charlie, Michelle and Eric go to the Placid Pines Cemetery to play hide and seek in the tombs. Meanwhile their friend Bobby dresses like a masked killer to play a prank with Eric. However, the scared Eric runs trying to escape and stumbles, dying impaled over sharp bars. Bobby takes the blame alone for the deadly accident and spends five year in prison. When he goes to his parole hearing, Michelle testifies and he gets his probation. Michelle drives with Bobby to a camp nearby the graveyard where the tragedy happened to reunite their friends and resolve their issues. They are welcomed by the gentle grounds-keeper and cook Peter Bishop. Along the next hours, Jack's girlfriend Veronica is killed by a mysterious masked killer; then Sarah's former girlfriend Zoey is also murdered. When the group realizes what is happening, they find that they are trapped in the spot.

    Movie Quotes: Danielle Davis: All work and no sex makes Dani a dull girl.


    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    At the very end of the credits there is an additional scene involving a curious cat and the remains of the alien slug creature.

    Goofs: We know about 1 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Continuity: Towards the end, during the scene where Sal is sitting on the couch and drinking a scotch, you can see the level of liquid on the glass go up and down on several occasions, as the camera changes angles.

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