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An aspiring writer is hired as a casino croupier and his life becomes the subject of his best selling book. Additional Information: Screen captures uploaded by Phil Wilkinson. Can you help: If you have any information regarding this film, any of the stills, or even better, some NOW shots please contact us. Capture 1 'Now' required; Jack Manfred Senior phones his Son from South Africa.
Croupier is a 1998 British neo-noir film directed by Mike Hodges and starring Clive Owen. The film attracted a strong critical following in North America and helped to launch Owen's acting career there. It uses interior monologues in the style of many early noir detective films. Croupier (film) - Wi.
Details: 1997, Rest of the world, UK, Cert 15, 89 mins Direction: Mike Hodges Genre: Drama Summary: An emotionally cold novelist falls back on his old job as a croupier in a casino in order to.
Croupier is as much about writing as it is about gambling. It bills itself, quite properly, as 'a film by Mike Hodges and Paul Mayersberg'- the man who wrote The Man Who Fell to Earth. Almost.
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Croupier is a 1998 British neo-noir film directed by Mike Hodges and starring Clive Owen.The film attracted a strong critical following in North America and helped to launch Owen's acting career there. It uses interior monologues in the style of many early noir detective films. Croupier was released on DVD by Alliance Atlantis in Canada and Image Entertainment in the US.
Croupier is an excellent British noir film. Clive Owen is great in the lead role and proves that voice over can work very well (hard to imagine the film without it). The film is somewhere between.