The Limehouse Golem  



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The Limehouse Golem (2016)

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A series of murders has shaken the community to the point where people believe that only a legendary creature from dark times – the mythical Golem – must be responsible.

Director: Juan Carlos Medina
Writer: Jane Goldman

Release Date: 2016-12-23
Status: Released
Run time: 109 min / 1:49
Revenue: $2,225,698
Production Company : Number 9 Films
Production Country: United Kingdom
Release Date: 2016-12-23
Status: Released
Run time: 109 min / 1:49
Revenue: $2,225,698

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Casts

Bill Nighy
as John Kildare
Olivia Cooke
as Lizzie Cree
Douglas Booth
as Dan Leno
Daniel Mays
as George Flood
Sam Reid
as John Cree
María Valverde
as Aveline Ortega
Eddie Marsan
as Uncle Tommy Farr
Henry Goodman
as Karl Marx
Morgan Watkins
as George Gissing
Adam Brown
as Mr. Gerrard
Peter Sullivan
as Inspector Roberts
Damien Thomas
as Salomon Weil
Siobhán Cullen
as Sister Mary
Levi Heaton
as Sarah Martin
Clive Brunt
as Charlie
Edythe Woolley
as Nell Gissing
Anita Breheny
as Jane Quig
Amelia Crouch
as Young Lizzie
Simon Meacock
as Prison Guard
Paul Ritter
as Augustus Rowley
David Bamber
as Mr. Greatorex
Ben Moor
as Hansom cab driver
Michael Jenn
as News Reporter
Daniel Cerqueira
as Evening Post Reporter
Patrick Durham
as Elderly Man
Nicholas Woodeson
as Toby Dosett
Mark Tandy
as Judge
Neal Barry
as Fisherman
Keeley Forsyth
as Lizzie's Mother
Josef Davies
as Ticket Boy
Graham Hughes
as Little Victor
Lauren Kinsella
as Gaelic Girl
Joseph Palmer
as Autograph Fan
Roger Morlidge
as Stagehand
Christina Tam
as Den Proprietor
Clive Russell
as Prison Warden
Paul Antony-Barber
as Chief of Police
Charlie May-Clark
as Annie Ratcliffe Highway Maid
Louisa-May Parker
as Mrs. Gerrard
Michael Barron
as Restaurant Diner (uncredited)
Nigel Black
as News Reporter (uncredited)
Craig Carr
as Prison Guard (uncredited)
Graham Cheadle
as Reporter (uncredited)
Gary Davies
as Middle Class Gent / Theatre Audience (uncredited)
Steve Healey
as Theatre Goer (uncredited)
Craig Thomas Lambert
as Upper Class Gent (uncredited)
David Macey
as Poor Man (uncredited)
Jack Parr
as The Handsome Man (uncredited)
Tom Raven
as Police Constable (uncredited)
Nig Richards
as Juror (uncredited)
Bryan Samson
as Juror (uncredited)
Jake Sanson
as Theatre Goer (uncredited)
Olesja Sidorovich
as Lady of the Night (uncredited)
Baz Stone
as Upper Class Gent (uncredited)
Ian White
as Juror (uncredited)

Crew

Directing Juan Carlos Medina Director
Writing Peter Ackroyd Novel
Writing Jane Goldman Screenplay
Camera Simon Dennis Director of Photography
Crew Curtis Rivers Stunt Coordinator
Sound Johan Söderqvist Original Music Composer
Production Elizabeth Karlsen Producer
Production Joanna Laurie Producer
Production Stephen Woolley Producer
Production Caroline Levy Co-Producer
Editing Justin Krish Editor
Production Olivia Scott-Webb Casting
Art Grant Montgomery Production Design
Art Frederic Evard Art Direction
Art Nick Wilkinson Supervising Art Director
Art Pilar Foy Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Claire Anderson Costume Design
Production Jane Goldman Executive Producer
Production Peter Hampden Executive Producer
Production Nicki Hattingh Executive Producer
Production Zygi Kamasa Executive Producer
Production Norman Merry Executive Producer
Production Thorsten Schumacher Executive Producer
Production Anne Sheehan Executive Producer
Production Christopher Simon Executive Producer
Crew Polly Duval Post Production Supervisor
Production Louise Killin Unit Production Manager
Production Dean Short Unit Manager
Production Nicola Chisholm Casting Associate
Production David Kellick Location Manager
Production Ian Pearce Location Manager
Production James Player Location Manager
Sound Laura Katz Music Supervisor
Sound Dave Jewerén Moore Music Editor
Production Joanne Dixon Production Coordinator
Art Howard Watkins Title Designer
Costume & Make-Up Kirstin Chalmers Hair Designer
Costume & Make-Up Jodie-Marie Spencer Hairstylist
Costume & Make-Up Kirstin Chalmers Makeup Designer
Costume & Make-Up Julie Atkins Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Laura Viana da Silva Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Emma Romans Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Cassie George Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Ray Marston Wigmaker
Visual Effects Ian Rowley Special Effects Supervisor
Crew Rob Rowley Special Effects Coordinator
Visual Effects Belinda Cumming Visual Effects Coordinator
Visual Effects Paul Driver Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Sheila Wickens Visual Effects Supervisor
Camera Daniel Bishop Steadicam Operator
Camera Nicola Dove Still Photographer
Camera Nick Wall Additional Still Photographer
Camera Simon Sturgeon Camera Operator
Camera Ed Lancaster Key Grip
Lighting Nick Powell Lighting Technician
Lighting Andrew Truckle Lighting Technician
Sound Robert Ireland Sound Designer
Sound Lee Herrick Supervising Sound Editor
Editing Mark Neale First Assistant Editor

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  • [This is a repost of my The Limehouse Golem review from the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival. The film opens in limited release and on VOD on Friday, September 8th.] There’s a reason the ...

  • I didn’t know an awful lot about The Limehouse Golem except it starred Douglas Booth and Bill Nighy (enough reason to watch any movie) and it’s certainly not what I expected from a Victorian murder mystery but I enjoyed it very much.. Nighy is Inspector Kildare who has been tasked with finding out who the Limehouse Golem serial killer is.

  • As music-hall star Elizabeth Cree awaits her sentence for the death of her husband John, Inspector Kildare suspects he may have died by the hand of the serial killer responsible for the series of murders that has shaken Victorian London.

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