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Tony Scott (2005)

15 Certificate
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Tony Scott takes his overblown style of film-making to new levels of superficiality in this frenetic action thriller. Scripted by Donnie Darko director Richard Kelly, it's inspired by the true story of the late Domino Harvey (played by Keira Knightley), the daughter of actor Laurence Harvey, who swapped her privileged life for the dangers of bounty hunting. Yet despite the astonishing source material, only the barest factual bones are incorporated. Instead, Scott offers a male-orientated fantasy in which Domino and her reprobate colleagues (including Mickey Rourke) get dragged into a deadly case involving the Mafia and the FBI, while being filmed for their own reality TV show. The initial set-up is slick and exciting, with Knightley enjoyably tongue-in-cheek as the sultry bad girl. Unfortunately, the characters and plotline remain frustratingly underdeveloped, overshadowed by Scott's grating obsession with visual experimentation that makes even his hyperkinetic Man on Fire look sedate.


The daughter of a respected actor becomes bored with her high society lifestyle and trains to become a bounty hunter. However, the thrills of her new occupation, coupled with the presence of television cameras recording her exploits for a reality TV show, soon send her life spiralling out of control. Thriller, starring Keira Knightley, Mickey Rourke and Jacqueline Bisset.

Cast & Crew

Domino Harvey Keira Knightley
Ed Moseby Mickey Rourke
Choco Edgar Ramirez
Taryn Miles Lucy Liu
Kimmie Mena Suvari
Mark Heiss Christopher Walken
Sophie Wynn Jacqueline Bisset
Jerry Springer Jerry Springer
Alf Riz Abbasi
Claremont Williams Delroy Lindo
Drake Bishop Dabney Coleman
Lateesha Rodriguez Mo'Nique
Lashandra Davis Macy Gray
Wanderer Tom Waits
Director Tony Scott
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Other Information

Language: English Colour Theatrical distributor: Entertainment Guidance: Violence and swearing. Available on: Available on DVD and BluRay Released on: 14 Oct 2005


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