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Filth

by Jon S. Baird Gala Premieres

Corrupt, brutal and arrogant – that’s Bruce Robertson. A man of miserable character, he’s chosen a career that best allows him to break the law unpunished – Bruce is a police officer. He’s constantly abusing his position of power and makes a sport out of implicating his colleagues, which he sees as incompetent amateurs, in intrigues of the most unpleasant kind. He treats the female sex, since his wife left him, with a rare form of condescension, and nobody is surprised when his alcoholism takes on increasingly excessive dimensions. When a Japanese tourist is murdered, Robertson catches the scent of promotion. His hunt for the laurels, however, sends him increasingly out of control, and his house of cards built on fraud and deceit finally threatens to collapse.


  • Genre: Thriller
  • Country, Year: UK, 2013
  • Runtime: 97 Min
  • Languages: English
  • Subtitles: German, French
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  • Director: Jon S. Baird
  • Cast: James McAvoy, Jamie Bell, Joanne Froggatt, Imogen Poots, Jim Broadbent
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  • Screenplay: Jon S. Baird, Irvine Welsh
  • Cinematography: Matthew Jensen
  • Editor: Mark Eckersley
  • Sound: Dirk Bombey
  • Music: Clint Mansell
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  • Producers: Will Clarke, Ken Marshall, Jens Meurer, Trudy Styler, Celine Rattray, Jon S. Baird, Mark Amin, Christian Angermayer, Stephen Mao
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  • Production Company: Steel Mill Pictures
  • World Sales: Sierra / Affinity
  • Swiss Distribution: Elite Film AG
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