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The Crying Game (1992)
"Play At Your Own Risk. "
A British soldier is kidnaped by IRA terrorists. He befriends one of his captors, who is drawn into the soldier's world.
Forest Whitaker Jody
Miranda Richardson Jude
Stephen Rea Fergus
Adrian Dunbar Maguire
Breffni McKenna Tinker (as Breffini McKenna)
Joe Savino Eddie
Birdy Sweeney Tommy (as Birdie Sweeney)
Jaye Davidson Dil
Andrée Bernard Jane (as Andree Bernard)
Jim Broadbent Col
Ralph Brown Dave
Tony Slattery Deveroux
Jack Carr Franknum
Josephine White Bar Performer 1
Shar Campbell Bar Performer 2
Brian D. Coleman Judge (as Brian Coleman)
Ray De-Haan Security Man 1
David Crionelly Security Man 2
Producer: Stephen Woolley
Writer: Neil Jordan
The Most Talked About Film of 1992
"The Crying Game" is one of those films that you see and you talk about for days after you first see it. A genuine shocker at the time of its release, the film was huge in 1992 and earned a Best Picture nomination from the Academy. The film is a complicated puzzle which involves an IRA volunteer (Stephen Rea in his Oscar-nominated role) who is assigned to guard a British soldier (Forest Whitaker). An unlikely friendship develops and when Whitaker is killed, Rea goes to find his girlfriend who is not at all that she seems. There is no point in giving away her secret to those who have not yet seen this film. However, the twists and turns of "The Crying Game" are what make the film work. The movie is flawed in several areas, but overall it is a noble work that ranks real high on the list of other great films of the 1990s. 4.5 out of 5 stars.

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Storage device:DVD
Imdb rating: 7.2
Musician: Anne Dudley
Running time: 112 min
Subtitles: Svenska
Audio tracks: Dolby Digital 5.1 [English]
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