The Imitation Game  



The true enigma was the man who cracked the code.

The Imitation Game (2014)

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Based on the real life story of legendary cryptanalyst Alan Turing, the film portrays the nail-biting race against time by Turing and his brilliant team of code-breakers at Britain's top-secret Government Code and Cypher School at Bletchley Park, during the darkest days of World War II.

Director: Morten Tyldum
Writer: Graham Moore

Release Date: 2014-11-14
Status: Released
Run time: 113 min / 1:53
Budget: $14,000,000
Revenue: $233,555,708
Production Companies : Bristol Automotive, Black Bear Pictures
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 2014-11-14
Status: Released
Run time: 113 min / 1:53
Budget: $14,000,000
Revenue: $233,555,708

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Casts

Benedict Cumberbatch
as Alan Turing
Keira Knightley
as Joan Clarke
Matthew Goode
as Hugh Alexander
Rory Kinnear
as Detective Robert Nock
Allen Leech
as John Cairncross
Matthew Beard
as Peter Hilton
Charles Dance
as Commander Denniston
Mark Strong
as Stewart Menzies
James Northcote
as Jack Good
Tom Goodman-Hill
as Sergeant Staehl
Steven Waddington
as Superintendent Smith
Ilan Goodman
as Keith Furman
Jack Tarlton
as Charles Richards
Alex Lawther
as Young Alan Turing
Jack Bannon
as Christopher Morcom
Tuppence Middleton
as Helen
Dominik Charman
as Sherborne Student 1
James G. Nunn
as Sherborne Student 2
Charlie Manton
as Sherborne Student 3
David Charkham
as Joan's Father
Victoria Wicks
as Joan's Mother
Andrew Havill
as Teacher
Laurence Kennedy
as Headmaster
Tim van Eyken
as MI6 Agent
Viv Weatherall
as Military Policeman
Miranda Bell
as Margaret
Tim Steed
as Electrical Assistant
Bartosz Wandrykow
as Crossword Enthusiast
Lese Asquith-Coe
as MI6 Agent (uncredited)
Hayley Joanne Bacon
as Woman in Crowd (uncredited)
Lauren Beacham
as RAF Wren (uncredited)
Ingrid Benussi
as Dancer (uncredited)
Nicholas Blatt
as Ministry Man (uncredited)
Jack Brash
as Evacuee (uncredited)
Ancuta Breaban
as Wren (uncredited)
Alex Corbet Burcher
as Dancer (uncredited)
Grace Calder
as Assistant Wren (uncredited)
Richard Campbell
as Crossword Man in Pub (uncredited)
Daniel Chapple
as MI6 Agent (uncredited)
Lisa Colquhoun
as Joan Clarke's Friend (uncredited)
Alexander Cooper
as Bletchley Park Agent (uncredited)
Leigh Dent
as Passerby (uncredited)
Esther Eden
as WW2 Wren (uncredited)
Sam Exley
as Military Policeman 3 (uncredited)
Ben Farrow
as Military Police (uncredited)
Mike Firth
as Crossword Enthusiast (uncredited)
Hannah Flynn
as Wren (uncredited)
James Gard
as School Boy (uncredited)
Guna Gultniece
as Passerby (uncredited)
Benjamin Hardie
as Paperboy (uncredited)
Oscar Hatton
as Evacuee (uncredited)
Luke Hope
as MI6 Agent (uncredited)
Vera Horton
as Nunn (uncredited)
Vincent Idearson
as MI6 Agent (uncredited)
Denis Koroshko
as Civilian (uncredited)
Debra Leigh-Taylor
as Evacuee (uncredited)
Stuart Matthews
as Bletchley Park Operative (uncredited)
Amber-Rose May
as Joan Clarke's Friend (uncredited)
Samantha Moran
as Wren (uncredited)
Adam Nowell
as Technician (uncredited)
Joseph Oliveira
as MI6 Agent (uncredited)
Harry Leonard Parkinson
as Evacuee (uncredited)
John Redmann
as Young Officer (uncredited)
David G. Robinson
as Police Sergeant White (uncredited)
Alice Tapfield
as Wren (uncredited)
Mark Underwood
as Crossword Man (uncredited)
Nicola-Jayne Wells
as First Aid Nurse (uncredited)
Josh Wichard
as German Pilot (uncredited)

Crew

Directing Morten Tyldum Director
Writing Graham Moore Screenplay
Camera Peter Wignall Steadicam Operator
Sound Kirsty Whalley Music Editor
Editing William Goldenberg Editor
Production Nina Gold Casting
Camera Óscar Faura Director of Photography
Art Maria Djurkovic Production Design
Art Rebecca Milton Art Direction
Art Marco Anton Restivo Art Direction
Costume & Make-Up Sammy Sheldon Costume Design
Production Nora Grossman Producer
Production Graham Moore Executive Producer
Production Ido Ostrowsky Producer
Production Teddy Schwarzman Producer
Production Peter Heslop Co-Producer
Sound Alexandre Desplat Original Music Composer
Costume & Make-Up Denise Kum Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Roo Maurice Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Amy Riley Makeup Artist
Art Lauren Briggs-Miller Assistant Art Director
Art Nicky Ackland-Snow Construction Coordinator
Crew Nick Thomas Property Master
Sound Peter Burgis Foley
Editing Dan Green Dialogue Editor
Sound Andy Kennedy Sound Designer
Sound Joe Beal Sound Effects Editor
Sound Martin Jensen Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Stuart Hilliker Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Lee Walpole Supervising Sound Editor
Visual Effects Lucy Ainsworth-Taylor Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Eran Barnea Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Angela Barson Visual Effects Supervisor
Camera Albert Carreras Camera Operator
Camera Marc Gómez del Moral Camera Operator
Crew Steven Hall Second Unit Cinematographer
Camera Jack English Still Photographer
Editing Jonathan Collard Digital Intermediate
Directing Beverly Winston Script Supervisor
Crew Sarah Shepherd Dialect Coach
Production Richard George Location Manager
Production Suzie Shearer Production Manager
Art Nick Dent Supervising Art Director
Crew Robert Messinger Thanks

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  • An intense and haunting portrayal of a brilliant, complicated man, THE IMITATION GAME follows a genius who under nail-biting pressure helped to shorten the war and, in turn, save thousands of lives.

  • But “The Imitation Game” is most on its game when it primarily sticks to being a John le Carre-lite espionage version of “Revenge of the Nerds,” beginning in 1939 as it introduces a battleground of the mind that relies on superior intellect rather than bombs to beat the enemy.

  • This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. The Imitation Game is an impressive and intelligent biopic based on the biggest kept secret of World War II. The narrative is riveting from beginning to end with an incredibly rich script filled with brilliant dialogue and subtle humour.

  • The Imitation Game review – an engrossing and poignant thriller 4 / 5 stars 4 out of 5 stars. Benedict Cumberbatch’s excellent performance gives added complexity to a fine account of the life ...

  • A movie which oozes Britishness from every frame, The Imitation Game is an instant classic. Wartime Britain is depicted vividly, if a little caricatured, with an autumnal palette and a jaunty air. A true story, sympathetically told, with good performances all round and a stand-out Turing from the indefatigable Mr Cumberbatch.

  • Parents need to know that The Imitation Game is a historical drama that explores the role that cryptologists and mathematicians played in World War II. Expect candid discussions about lives lost during war, accompanied by footage showing bombs falling and soldiers firing guns.

  • Imitation Game goes from good to great when Turing's homosexuality comes to light and the film condemns the British government.