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Filipe F. Coutinho's rating of the film Croupier Filipe F. Coutinho Hodges offers a really interesting - and often neglected - look at the world of gambling and the cynicism that adorns it, in the process also revealing man's dark wishes for each other.
Croupier is an excellent British noir film. Clive Owen is great in the lead role and proves that voice over can work very well (hard to imagine the film without it). The film is somewhere between.
Croupier Review. Classification: 15 Director: Mike Hodges “Croupier”, the latest offering from “Get Carter” director Mike Hodges partially revisits some of the concepts explored in his earlier masterpiece, such as truth and betrayal, morality and loyalty and sets them against a backdrop of shimmering casinos (all tacky upholstery and mirrored walls) and dark, seedy gambling dens, that.
Croupier Movie Review. Jack Manfred longs to be a writer, but he’s having trouble finding someone to publish any of his books. In order to make money in the meantime, he accepts a job offer at the Golden Lion Casino as a croupier. After taking in the overwhelming atmosphere of the casino, he feels compelled to write a novel that’s centered on what he sees taking place there. The.
Croupier is a film directed by Mike Hodges with Clive Owen, Alex Kingston, Gina McKee, Kate Hardie,. Year: 1998. Original title: Croupier. Synopsis: The gripping story of a writer who gets more than he bargained for when he takes a job at a casino in order to gather material for a novel. As he falls deeper into his life as a dealer, he finds.
A standard gambling caper, Croupier sees Clive Owen's casino worker (and aspiring novelist) playing with a deck of three queens: girlfriend Gina McKee, colleague Kate Hardie and South African card.