Shooters (2002 film)

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Shooters
Shooters.JPG
DVD cover
Directed by Colin Teague
Glenn Durfort
Produced by Margery Bone
Will Bone
Written by Andrew Howard
Louis Dempsey
Gary Young
Starring Adrian Dunbar
Andrew Howard
Louis Dempsey
Gerard Butler
Melanie Lynskey
Narrated by Louis Dempsey
Music by Kemal Ultanur
Cinematography Tom Erisman
Edited by Kevin Whelan
Distributed by Media Cooperation One (MC-One)
Release dates February 21, 2000 (2000-02-21) (AFM)
25 January 2002 (2002-01-25)
Running time 95 minutes
Country United Kingdom
United States
Netherlands
Language English

Shooters is a 2002 British/American crime drama film from directors Colin Teague and Glenn Durfort, and writers Andrew Howard, Louis Dempsey and Gary Young. It was filmed in London in November–December 1999 and released theatrically in the UK on 25 January 2002. In addition to co-writing the screenplay, Howard and Dempsey also play the film's two leading roles.

Plot synopsis[edit]

After six years behind bars, Gilly (Dempsey) wants to settle down and live a quiet life. But it is not to be. He is released from prison only to find that his crime partner J (Howard) has invested all their money in a massive array of submachine guns, forcing Gilly back into a life of crime. Their last deal goes down in seven days, but the way things are going, Gilly's not sure he can hold out that long.

Cast[edit]

Actor Role
Adrian Dunbar Max Bell
Andrew Howard J "Justin"
Louis Dempsey Gilly
Gerard Butler Jackie Junior
Jason Hughes Charlie Franklin
Matthew Rhys Eddie
Ioan Gruffudd Freddy Guns
Jamie Sweeney Skip
Melanie Lynskey Marie
Emma Fielding Detective Inspector Sarah Pryce
David Kennedy Sergeant Webb
Joseph Swash Boy
Ranjit Krishnamma Pac
Nitin Ganatra Ajay
Walter Roberts Jason
Ted Nygh Mickey
Mike Martin Vic
Glenn Durfort Glenn
Treva Etienne Benny

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