Method (film)

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Directed by Duncan Roy
Produced by Donald Kushner
Guy J. Louthan
Pierre Spengler
Andrew Stevens
Brad Wyman
Written by Duncan Roy
Katie L. Fetting
Starring Elizabeth Hurley
Jeremy Sisto
Oliver Tobias
Music by Barry Taylor
Neal Acree
Cinematography Gabriel Kosuth
Edited by George Akers
Release date
June 24, 2004
Running time
93 min
Country United Kingdom
United States
Language English

Method is a 2004 thriller film directed by Duncan Roy. The international co-production is a film within a film about a cast and crew who are in Romania to make a film about serial killer, Belle Gunness.


During filming the lead actress (Elizabeth Hurley), tries to get deeply into character since the film is very important to her career. She may go too far when incidents on the set begin to pattern themselves after the real-life story.



During filming in Romania in September, 2003, the Daily Mail reported a violent argument between director, Roy and the film's producer, Guy J. Louthan.[1]

The film later generated headlines over the public falling out between leading lady, Hurley and the director, Roy. Roy claimed Hurley was difficult to work with.[2] Hurley's spokesman denied the claims and cited that Hurley had earlier even recommended Roy as director of the project. Oliver Thomas, a co-star on the production, rebuffed Roy's claims, remarking that he had a pleasant working experience with Hurley, who was “a lady” and a “consummate professional”.[3]


  1. ^ Punch Up On Set Of Hurley's New Film Contact Music. 12 September 2003
  2. ^ Director Slams Hurley As 'Actress From Hell' Contact Music. 18 February 2004
  3. ^ Co-Star Defends Hurley After Roy Outburst Contact Music. 27 February 2004

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