Crossing the Line


1h 33m 1990

Brief Synopsis

An unemployed miner struggles to make a place for himself in the crime underworld.

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1990
Production Company
British Screen Finance; MIRAMAX; Palace Pictures; Sales Company
Distribution Company
CINEPLEX ODEON FILMS/MIRAMAX; Cineplex Odeon Films; Cineplex Odeon Films; MIRAMAX; Palace Pictures; Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Location
Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom; Scottish Highlands, Scotland, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 33m

Synopsis

An unemployed miner struggles to make a place for himself in the crime underworld.

Crew

Brian Adams

Carpenter

Willie Affleck

Fight Advisor

George Akers

Editor

Caroline Amies

Production Designer

David Balfour

Property Master

Brook Benton

Song Performer ("Ain'T No Good")

Peter Best

Supervising Sound Editor

Peter Best

Dubbing Editor

Peter Bounocorsi

Fight Advisor

Marc Boyle

Stunt Arranger

David Brown

Unit Production Manager

David Brown

1st Assistant Director

Tom Brown

Art Direction

Ken Byrne

Other

Neil Calder

3rd Assistant Director

Kate Carin

Wardrobe Mistress

Michael A Carter

Sound Rerecording

Diane Chittell

Production Coordinator

Tony Cook

Boom Operator

Louise Coulter

Production Accountant

Enrico Demelis

Music Coordinator

Richard Dixon

Videotape Operator

Stevie Docherty

Fight Advisor

Brian Donovan

Location Manager

Mike Dowson

Adr/Foley Recording

Tracy Drew

Title Design

Bryan Ferry

Song Performer ("Over You")

Susie Figgis

Casting

Ross Galfour

Construction Manager

Brian Gilmore

Other

Steve Griffiths

Electrician

Mickey Gunner

Other

David Hamilton

Other

Micky Hand

Bestboy

Andy Harris

Art Direction

Tom Hilton

Stills

Malcolm Huse

Grip

Charles Ireland

Assistant Editor

John Ireland

Sound Effects Editor

Piero Jamieson

Dressing Props

Elizabeth Karlsen

Production Supervisor (Palace)

Bobby Keddie

Fight Advisor

Andy King

Fight Advisor

Dennis Kington

Steadicam Operator

Colin Lovering

Other

Andrew Macdonald

Location Assistant

Gus Maclean

2nd Assistant Director

Zoe Macleod

Set Decorator

Don Macpherson

Screenwriter

Sergio Marcotulli

Music Recording

Ann Mcewan

Hairstyles

William Mcillvaney

Book As Source Material

Dennis Mctaggart

Assembly Editor

Dennis Mctaggart

Sound Editor

Stewart Mcwilliams

Carpenter

Ennio Morricone

Music

Redmond Morris

Associate Producer

John Mullen

Fight Arranger/Choreographer

John Murtagh

Fight Arranger/Choreographer

Colin Nicolson

Sound Recording Mixer

Jerry Organ

Production Buyer

Clyde Otis

Song ("Ain'T No Good")

Nik Powell

Executive Producer

Pat Rambaut

Script Supervisor

Mary-jane Reyner

Costume Designer

Stewart Saville

Carpenter

Jenny Shircore

Chief Makeup

Susan Slonaker

Executive In Charge Of Production (Miramax)

Norman Smith

Gaffer

Otto R Snel

Sound Rerecording

Kevin Tayler

Sound Rerecording

Alan Taylor

Electrician

Becky Thompson

Sound Maintenance

George Thompson

Electrician

Mike Valentine

Underwater Photography

John Watt

Carpenter

Bob Weinstein

Co-Executive Producer

Harvey Weinstein

Co-Executive Producer

Les Wiggins

Sound Effects Editor

Lorna Will

Other

Ian Wilson

Director Of Photography

Stephen Woolley

Producer

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1990
Production Company
British Screen Finance; MIRAMAX; Palace Pictures; Sales Company
Distribution Company
CINEPLEX ODEON FILMS/MIRAMAX; Cineplex Odeon Films; Cineplex Odeon Films; MIRAMAX; Palace Pictures; Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Location
Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom; Scottish Highlands, Scotland, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 33m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Summer August 9, 1991

Released in United States September 27, 1991

Released in United States on Video April 1, 1992

Released in United States 1990

Released in United States August 1990

Released in United States September 1990

Shown at Montreal World Film Festival (in competition) August 23-September 3, 1990.

Shown at Edinburgh International Film Festival August 11-26, 1990.

Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals September 6-15, 1990.

Began shooting October 2, 1989.

Completed shooting December 2, 1989.

Released in United States Summer August 9, 1991

Released in United States September 27, 1991 (Los Angeles)

Released in United States on Video April 1, 1992

Released in United States 1990 (Shown at Montreal World Film Festival (in competition) August 23-September 3, 1990.)

Released in United States August 1990 (Shown at Edinburgh International Film Festival August 11-26, 1990.)

Released in United States 1990 (Shown at Telluride Film Festival August 31-September 3, 1990.)

Released in United States September 1990 (Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals September 6-15, 1990.)