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Fifty Dead Men Walking (Blu-ray disc) Loot Price: R70
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Fifty Dead Men Walking (Blu-ray disc): Ben Kingsley, Jim Sturgess, Kevin Zegers, Nathalie Press, Rose McGowan, Tom Collins,...

Fifty Dead Men Walking (Blu-ray disc)

Ben Kingsley, Jim Sturgess, Kevin Zegers, Nathalie Press, Rose McGowan, Tom Collins, William Houston, Michael McElhatton, Laura Hughes, Gerard Jordan, …

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Thriller loosely based on the autobiography by Martin McGartland, former undercover informant to the British police on the activities of the IRA. Set in Belfast in the late 1980s, the film shows how McGartland led a double life for four years while still in his early twenties, revealing nothing of his position even to close friends and family, until his cover was blown in 1991 and he was kidnapped and tortured by the IRA. Ben Kingsley co-stars as Fergus, McGartland's British 'handler'.


Studio: Metrodome Distribution
Release date: September 2009
Movie released: 2008
Actors: Ben Kingsley • Jim Sturgess • Kevin Zegers • Nathalie Press • Rose McGowan • Tom Collins • William Houston • Michael McElhatton • Laura Hughes • Gerard Jordan • David Pearse
Contributors: Kari Skogland • Stephen Hegyes • Peter La Terriere • Ben Mink
Directors: Kari Skogland
Dimensions: 197 x 137 x 15mm (L x W x T)
Format: Blu-ray disc
Region encoding: Region B. This Blu-ray disk will play in all South African Blu-ray players.
Audio format:  Stereo
Video format:  Widescreen 2.35:1
Languages: English
Age restriction: 15
Categories: DVD > Thriller
DVD > Feature Film
Barcode: 5055002554797

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  • Deleted Scenes
  • Commentary: Kari Skogland (Director)
  • Making Of Documentary

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