DVD Let Him Have It [DVD] [1999] [English] [Region 1] (DVD 29797),
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Let Him Have It [DVD] [1999] [English] [Region 1]

  • R
  • DVD
  • 1 disc
  • Region 1 USA/CA (info)
  • Co-produced by Film Trustees and Vivid. Shown at the 45th Edinburgh International Film Festival (New British Cinema) August 21, 1991. Shot in Eastmancolor. Additional cast: Ian Deam (Terry); Bert Tyler-Moore (Vincent); Steve Nicholson (Harrisson); Niven Boyd (McDonald); Serena Scott-Thomas (Stella); Ben Brazier (Dennis Bentley); Tony Sands (Small Boy in School); Charlie Creed Miles (Schoolboy in Secondary School); Daniel Brazier (Boy, Fairview Road); Francis Hope (Big Cecil); Peter Jonfield (Butcher); Rudolph Walker (West Indian Driver); Delia Lindsay (Post TV Lady); Denny Kirk (Mr. Kirk); Lottie Ward (Mrs. Craig); Victoria Moore (Girl); Glyn Grain (Father); Karen Lewis (Mother); William Waghorn (Police Desk Sergeant); Robert Morgan (Miles); Colin McCormack (Army Recruit Doctor); Joe Melia (Harry Proctor); Jimmy Flint (Jones, Prison Warder); Terence Skelton (Conservative MP); and Arthur Whybrow (Senior Prison Warder). Additional credits: Mary Gwatkin (production coordinator); Jackie Stears & Steve Hedinger (scenic artists); Peter Govey Films (titles/opticals); Sonja Shields (courtroom adviser); Dr. Frank Besag (medical adviser); and Iris Bentley (special consultant). Rated BBFC 15 by the British Board of Film Classification.
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): ID1622 LIDVD

  • Credits
    Chris Eccleston, Paul Reynolds, Tom Courtenay, Eileen Atkins, Tom Bell, Clare Holman
  • Critic Reviews
    "...Explosive drama..."
    Rolling Stone

    "...[A] crisp, chilling investigatory drama....[LET HIM HAVE IT] finds beauty in unexpected places..."
    New York Times

    "...[Medak] has a compelling, unfussy style; as in his last film he hones in on the details of the case and lets the larger meanings emerge unemphatically..."
    Los Angeles Times

    "...[Courtenay] is touching here....In his reconstruction of the trial, Medak is unforgiving, showing a legal system less concerned with justice than with proving itself correct..."
    Chicago Sun-Times

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