Ripley's Game


1h 50m 2002

Brief Synopsis

The continuing story of Tom Ripley, a career criminal who has amassed his wealth through various illicit activities, including murder. He is married and living in France, when the necessity arises to silence two foes who could reveal his dark past. Concocting an assassination plan, Ripley makes a de

Film Details

Also Known As
Il Gioco Di Ripley
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2002
Location
Italy; France; Hamburg, Germany

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 50m

Synopsis

The continuing story of Tom Ripley, a career criminal who has amassed his wealth through various illicit activities, including murder. He is married and living in France, when the necessity arises to silence two foes who could reveal his dark past. Concocting an assassination plan, Ripley makes a deal with a terminally ill English aristocrat, who's desperate for money, in order to rid himself of his two enemies.

Crew

Gianni Aldi

Steadicam Operator

Chris Allies

Titles

Ludovica Barbieri

Assistant Director

Carlo Barucci

Hairdresser

Luciana Biondi

Advisor

Tina Bockenhauer

Casting

Simon Bosanquet

Producer

Kristov Brandli

Production Manager

Gareth Bull

Foley Mixer

Fabrizio Castellani

Assistant Director

Liliana Cavani

Screenplay

Marco Chimenz

Executive Producer

Francesca Cingolani

Production Coordinator

Alfio Contini

Director Of Photography

Maurizio Corridori

Special Effects Technician

Diego D'andrea

Assistant Director

Frank Deasy

Other

Guido Delaurentiis

Production Supervisor

Rita Della Rocca

Production Accountant

Enrico Demelis

Music Coordinator

Verde Visconti Dimodrone

Set Decorator

Verde Visconti Dimodrone

Consultant

Fotini Dimou

Costume Designer

Louis Elman

Voice Casting

Renate Farber

Production Coordinator

Robert Farr

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Richard Fettes

Foley Editor

Stan Fiferman

Foley Artist

Eeva Fleig

Camera Operator

Francesco Frigeri

Production Designer

Carmela Galano

Executive Producer

Sara Giles

Associate Producer

Henryk Gorecki

Music

Diane Greaves

Foley Artist

Francesca Greco

Assistant Director

Jon Harris

Editor

John Hayward

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Patricia Highsmith

Source Material

Kim Howland

Camera Operator

Enrico Iacoponi

Makeup Artist

Francesca Iacoponi

Hair Stylist

Silke Kruger

Location Manager

Christopher Lloyd

Supervising Sound Editor

Ileen Maisel

Producer

Gaia Marotta

Production Coordinator

Marco Mattei

Production Accountant

Charles Mckeown

Screenplay

Linda Mellin

Wardrobe Supervisor

Hugo Middleton

Dialogue Editor

Rolf Mittweg

Executive Producer

Ennio Morricone

Music

Silvia Natili

Production Manager

Mark Ordesky

Executive Producer

Ronnie Paul

Stunt Coordinator

Maurizio Piano

Steadicam Operator

Laura Popescu-zeletin

Assistant Director

Simona Prosperi

Unit Manager

Gianluca Pumpo

Instructor

Justine Redfern

Post-Production Supervisor

John Rodda

Sound Mixer

Rosanna Roditi

Location Manager

Carolina Rubino

Liaison

Silvano Scaseddu

Props

Karin Scherer

Assistant Director

Giovanni Scribano

Art Director

Mary Selway

Casting

Brian Simmons

Sound Mixer

Katia Sisto

Makeup Artist

Russell Smith

Executive Producer

Melissa Strizzi

Script Supervisor

Cinzia Taffani

Unit Manager

Paola Tallarigo

Assistant Director

Luciano Tartaglia

Production Accountant

Andy Thompson

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Riccardo Tozzi

Producer

Massimiliano Trevis

Steadicam Operator

Volkmar Umlauft

Location Manager

Simonetta Valentini

Assistant Director

Pino Venditti

Camera Operator

Fabio Venturi

Sound Engineer

Benson Weingarten

Casting

Heike Wolf

Illustrator

Elena Zokas

Production Manager

Wendy Zych

Liaison

Film Details

Also Known As
Il Gioco Di Ripley
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2002
Location
Italy; France; Hamburg, Germany

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 50m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States 2003

Released in United States on Video March 30, 2004

Released in United States 2002

Shown at Venice International Film Festival (non-competing) August 29 - September 8, 2002.

Shown at Venice International Film Festival (out of competition) August 29 - September 8, 2002.

Patricia Highsmith's novel is the third installment in the Tom Ripley series.

Mike Newell was previously attached to direct.

Patricia Highsmith's novel was previously filmed as "The American Friend/Der Amerikanische Freund" (France/West Germany/1977), directed by Wim Wenders.

Feature directorial debut for Tim Fywell.

Miramax Films reportedly offered $800,000 to the producers to postpone production until the completion of Miramax's "The Talented Mr. Ripley."

Released in United States 2003

Released in United States on Video March 30, 2004

Released in United States 2002 (Shown at Venice International Film Festival (non-competing) August 29 - September 8, 2002.)

Released in United States 2002 (Shown at Venice International Film Festival (out of competition) August 29 - September 8, 2002.)