I'll Sleep When I'm Dead (2004)
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as Will Graham
as Davey Graham
as Frank Turner
as Arnie Ryan
as The Pathologist
as The Coroner
as Mrs. Bartz
as Partygiver Sheridan
as Partygoer David Myers
as Partygoer Stella
as Partygoer Philippa
as Will's Friend Big John
as Will's Friend Cannibal
as Will's Friend Arnie Ryan
as Turner 'sThug Al Shaw
as Turner's Thug Little Billy Swan
as Turner's Driver Malone
as Malone's Cousin Paulin
as Mrs. Turner
as Mrs. Calgani
as Algar the Foreman
as Annie the Waitress
as Hair the Taxi Driver
as Will's Barber
as Hotel Maid
Critic Reviews for I'll Sleep When I'm Dead
Languorous, elliptical and dull.
Matching the movie's restrained style, Owen is extraordinarily still, and all the more riveting because of it.
A tight, well-made, evocative piece of filmmaking for true connoisseurs of gangster movies that is unnerving, yet completely sure of every step it takes.
This is Owen's picture. He broods, he seethes, he plots. Sometimes he even speaks, but it's not necessary. One glance from Will is enough to send chills down anyone's spine.
Audience Reviews for I'll Sleep When I'm Dead
I'm sure there are other films that have wasted their great casts as miserably as this, I just can't think of any right now. Clive Owen's character is stoic to the point of mannequin-ism, Malcolm McDowell shows up for five seconds and rapes Jonathan Meyers (who dies in the first 45 min) and Charlotte Rumpling isn't even playing British royalty! If there's any statement in this film at all it's the glaring black hole that is the total and utter lack of direction. It seems Mike Hodges' "wander until it looks right" technique wasn't so groundbreaking after all...shame really.
Clive Owen, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Brian Croucher, Charlotte Rampling, Malcolm McDowell, Marc O'Shea, Damian Dibben DIRECTED BY: Mike Hodges It doesn't really matter what this film was about. All I know is that it not only had Clive Owen in it but it also had Jonathan Rhys Meyers in it and it still couldn't keep me interested. It was by far the most boring thriller I have ever seen, maybe the only. This is what I would call a sleepy thriller. I did shut my eyes a couple times and didn't even miss a thing. Just very disappointed. I had wanted to see this and the trailer made it look like it would be a decent thriller. Lies.. LOL.. Also the actress Charlotte Rampling plays Owens past love interest. Is it just me or did she seem a bit old for the part? I had thought she was their mother.. My mistake I guess.. Anyways, most of the time I say see it for yourself since all our tastes are not the same, and I will do so with this one as well. Maybe it's from the long day that I have had that I felt that this movie was sleepy.. or I was just sleepy.. Maybe I should watch it again.. but I am certain I will come to the same conclusion... Boring and disappoiniting..
Utterly boring! It shows no sign of excitement until more than half way through. The best part of the film is definitely near the end.