Our Kind Of Traitor (2016)

 ●  English ● 1 hr 48 mins

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A British couple get embroiled with a Russian oligarch and high-profile money launderer while on holiday in Marrakech. The businessman soon leads them into a tortuous journey through Paris, the Swiss Alps and London.
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Cast: Damian Lewis, Ewan McGregor, Naomie Harris, Stellan Skarsgård

Crew: Susanna White (Director), Anthony Dod Mantle (Director of Photography), Michael Wood (Director of Photography), Marcelo Zarvos (Music Director)

Rating: M18 (Singapore)

Genres: Thriller

Release Dates: 30 Jun 2016 (Malaysia), 07 Jul 2016 (Singapore), 19 May 2016 (United Arab Emirates)

Tagline: Who can you trust with the truth?

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as Hector
as Perry Makepeace
as Gail Perkins
Supporting Actor
as Prince's PA
as Niki
as Ballerina
as Natasha
as Ballerina
as Ballerina
as Ballerina
as Russian Oligarch
as Russian Dancer
as Ballerina
as Ballerina
as Secretary to the Cabinet
as Arsenal Fan
as Ballerina
as Ballerina
as Ballerina
as Prince's Bodyguard 2
as Tamara Bodyguard
as Oligarch
as Olga
as Ballerina
as Ballerina
as Ballerina
as Viktor
as Irina
as Foreign Office Official
as Ballerina
as Prince's Lawyer
as Ballerina
as James
as Ballerina
as Prince
as Elegant Lady
as Hotel Guest
as Ballerina
as Ballerina
as Ballerina
as Aubrey Longrigg
as Ballerina
as Arsenal Football Club VIP Official
as Museum Guard in Bern
as Wealthy Guest
as Russian Football Fan
as Prince's Model Girlfriend - Katia
as Luke
as Russian Child
as Government Official
as Longrigg's Wife
as Ballerina
as Arsenal Fan
as Pedro
as Andrei
as Billy Matlock
as Ollie
as Alexei
Supporting Actor
as Hugh Greenwood
as Grecian Stilt-Walker
as The Bodyguard
as Russian Football Fan
as Bodyguard
as Oligarch Ivanov
as Prince's Lawyer
as Longrigg's Daughter
as Ryan
as Close Protection Officer
as Pasha
as Misha
as Katya
as Tamara
as Passenger
as Swiss Banker
as Assistant
as Tennis Girl
as Vlad Russian Mafia
as Oligarch
as Tennis player
as Ballerina
as Emilio Del Oro
as Princes Body Guard


Second Assistant Director
Assistant Director


Screenplay Writer
Script Supervisor

Camera and Electrical

Director of Photography
Still Photographer
Camera Operator
Lighting Technician


Music Director
Music Label
Recording Studio
Music Coordinator
Music Editor


Sound Designer
Sound Re-recording Mixer
Sound Format Supervisor
Sound Editor
Assistant Sound Re-recording Mixer
Audio Assistant


Production Designer
Storyboard Artist
Assistant Art Director



Costume and Wardrobe

Costume Designer
Costume Supervisor
Assistant Costume Designer
Costume Assistant


Online Editor
First Assistant Editor

Makeup and Hair

Makeup Artist
Assistant Makeup Artist

Marketing and Public Relations

Graphic Designer

Post Production

Post Production Facility
Post Production Supervisor

Special Effects

Special Effects Coordinator

Visual Effects

Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Studio
Visual Effects Artist


Transportation Coordinator
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Sound Mix:
Dolby Digital
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Who can you trust with the truth?
The post production company Goldcrest is misspelled 'Golcrest' in the end credits
The relationship between the lead pair was an interesting dynamic for the two actors to play

Producers Simon Cornwell and Stephen Cornwell are both sons of the film's novelist John le Carré whose real name is David Cornwell

Star Damian Lewis, who plays British MI6 agent Hector Meredith, explains that the film is as much a character piece as it is a suspenseful thriller

The principal photography for this picture ran for around ten weeks

The film was made and released about six years after its source novel of the same name had been first published in 2010

Ewan McGregor and Stellan Skarsgård both previously appeared in Angels & Demons

Justin Kurzel was previously attached to direct, but in the end, Susanna White was hired as the film's director

The indoor tennis scene for the movie was filmed at the Lawn Tennis Association's National Tennis Centre in Roehampton, London

The picture was partially filmed in and around Arsenal Football Club's Emirates stadium

A. Belameh and R. Blackwell star in a scene at Emirates Stadium, which was filmed on the evening people were advised to stay indoors due to air pollution

Stellan Skarsgård replaced Ralph Fiennes who had been was originally cast in the role of Dima but Fiennes withdrew from the role

Justin Kurzel was previously attached to direct.

When the project was first announced, Mads Mikkelsen was a part of the cast.
Filming Start Date:
26 Mar 2014