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Jane Eyre (2011)

  • Rate: 7.4/10 total 57,458 votes 
  • Genre: Drama | Romance
  • Release Date: 22 April 2011 (USA)
  • Runtime: 120 min
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  • IMDb page: Jane Eyre (2011)
  • Rate: 7.4/10 total 57,458 votes 
  • Genre: Drama | Romance
  • Release Date: 22 April 2011 (USA)
  • Runtime: 120 min
  • Filming Location: Broughton Castle, Banbury, Oxfordshire, England, UK
  • Gross: $11,232,825 (USA) (8 July 2011)
  • Director: Cary Joji Fukunaga
  • Stars: Mia Wasikowska, Michael Fassbender, Jamie Bell | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: Dario Marianelli   
  • Soundtrack: Piano Sonata No. 4 In E Flat Major, Op.7, First Movement: 'Allegro Molto E Con Brio'
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Digital | DTS
  • Plot Keyword: Secret | Governess | Friendship | Love | Horseback Riding

Writing Credits By:

    (in alphabetical order)

  • Charlotte Brontë  novel
  • Moira Buffini  screenplay

Known Trivia

  • The location of Jane’s cottage was so isolated that there was no cell phone reception. A member of the crew had to be stationed in a nearby phone booth with a walkie talkie in case the crew needed anything – he didn’t complain, however, as the local residents brought him tea and cookies throughout the day. 90 of 90 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • To help create the gothic atmosphere present in the film, many shots were lit exclusively by firelight or candlelight. 47 of 47 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • While the majority of the book takes place in the 1830s, director Cary Joji Fukunaga changed the time-line so that most of the film takes place about a decade later, because he felt that mid-1830s fashions were very over-the-top and unflattering, and wanted to dress Mrs. Reed in those styles rather than Jane Eyre. 29 of 29 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Ellen Page was the first choice for the lead role, but withdrew when production was delayed. Mia Wasikowska was later cast. 34 of 35 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • The location used for the Reed’s home, Gateshead, is the same house where Gosford Park (2001) was filmed. 19 of 19 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Lynne Ramsay was asked to direct the film but turned down the offer. 6 of 7 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • The logo for the popular movie website Gordon and the Whale (owned by Chase Whale) appears towards the end of the movie as a watercolor painting. Director Cary Joji Fukunaga discussed this in an interview with MakingOf.com 5 of 6 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • This is possibly the first adaptation of Jane Eyre in which her rival, Blanche Ingram, is shown as described in the book: a striking black haired woman. In most other adaptations, she’s played by women with bright blonde hair, likely as a contrast to dark-haired Jane. 6 of 9 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Mia Wasikowska and Jamie Bell also worked together in Defiance (2008). Is this interesting? Interesting? Yes No |

Goofs: Continuity: When Jane comes back from visiting her aunt, Mr. Rochester is sitting on the corner of the stone stairs writing in his journal. He puts the journal down next to him, and hops down to greet Jane. As she climbs the steps, the camera view shows the journal, but when the view of the camera turns to face him the journal has disappeared. Then reappearing when the camera is back on her.

Plot: A mousy governess who softens the heart of her employer soon discovers that he's hiding a terrible secret. Full summary »  »

Story: After a bleak childhood, Jane Eyre goes out into the world to become a governess. As she lives happily in her new position at Thornfield Hall, she meets the dark, cold, and abrupt master of the house, Mr. Rochester. Jane and her employer grow close in friendship and she soon finds herself falling in love with him. Happiness seems to have found Jane at last, but could Mr. Rochester’s terrible secret be about to destroy it forever? Written byMel Bellis in the U.K.


Synopsis: In 19th century England, young orphan Jane Eyre (Amelia Clarkson), resides with her wealthy but unloving Aunt Reed (Sally Hawkins), the wife of Jane’s late maternal uncle. Jane’s cousins taunt and abuse her, and Jane is looked upon with disdain by everyone in the house. After reaching her breaking point and physically attacking her cousin, she is sent to Lowood School where dozens of girls are forced to live a meager and miserable life and are frequently beaten in the name of piety. While there, Jane is befriended by classmate Helen Burns (Freya Parks). Jane is heartbroken when Helen, the only kind person she had ever known, dies of consumption.

Years later, 18-year-old Jane becomes a teacher at Lowood. She finally departs when she finds employment as a governess to a little girl living at Thornfield Hall, a large estate miles away. Upon her arrival, Jane is greeted by the housekeeper, Mrs. Fairfax (Judi Dench) who explains to her that the master of Thornfield Hall, Edward Fairfax Rochester, is rarely at home and has a somewhat gruff demeanor, but is a good-hearted man. Jane begins lessons with her pupil, Adele Varens (Romy Settbon Moore), a French girl whose late mother was affiliated with Rochester (it is insinuated that Adele might be their illegitimate daughter). Jane is happy to be living with good people in a comfortable home at last.

After three months at Thornfield, Jane is sent to post a letter. As she walks through the woods, she is startled by a man on horseback galloping by, who falls and injures his leg. Jane assists the man back onto his horse, not knowing that he was, in fact, Mr. Rochester himself.

That evening, Jane is called in to meet Rochester (Michael Fassbender), who has returned home and is nursing his sore leg. He speaks very bluntly and does not bother to sugar-coat any coarse phrases, but is taken with Jane’s forward honesty and insightful observations. Jane is confused but quietly intrigued by his mysterious persona and apparent fearlessness.

Late one night, Jane is woken by a strange laugh from the corridor outside her bedroom door. She goes to the hallway and sees smoke pouring from Mr. Rochester’s room.Seeing his bed in flames with he still lying in it, she hurriedly wakes him and assists him in extinguishing the fire. She explains the noise she had heard, and he leaves quickly to address it, without telling her what caused it. When he returns, he solemnly thanks Jane for saving his life, saying that he saw a goodness in her when he first met her.

Rochester leaves abruptly the next morning and is gone for weeks. He returns with several guests, including Blanche Inrgam (Imogen Poots), a beautiful and accomplished young woman from a prominent family. Mrs. Fairfax explains that Blanche is "a great favorite" of Mr. Rochester, and expects that they will soon be engaged. Jane is quietly jealous, and is nervous when Rochester insists on her presence in the drawing room with the guests after dinner. She sits with Adele and is completely ignored by the wealthy guests, who callously joke about their disdain for governesses. Insulted, Jane slips from the room but is followed by Rochester, who notices the tears in her eyes before she retreats upstairs. Immediately afterward, Rochester is visited by an old acquaintance, Richard Mason (Harry Lloyd). Mason’s motive for visiting is not revealed, but he is brutally stabbed in the dead of night by an unseen culprit. Rochester sends the guests back to their rooms, and enlists Jane to help aid Mason while they wait for the doctor. The weakened Mason is sent off with the doctor the following morning, and Jane asks who had been the violent attacker. Rochester explains that he cannot tell her. He then speaks cryptically of the woman he loves, who Jane assumes to be Blanche Ingram. It is clear that Rochester is speaking of Jane, but neither one admits to it. Jane is flattered by the attention nonetheless.

Jane receives news that her cousin John Reed, who had been her principal tormentor as a child, had squandered his fortune and committed suicide. The shock had brought on a stroke in Aunt Reed, who is in critical condition and requesting to speak to Jane. Despite her resentment toward her abusive former guardian, Jane travels to her old home to visit her aunt. Mrs. Reed produces a letter, dated three years earlier, from Jane’s uncle John Eyre who lived on a wealthy estate in Madeira. He wished to adopt his niece as his own and leave her all his possessions upon his death. Jane, who had always been told that she had no living blood relatives, was not given the letter. Reed had written back, telling John Eyre that Jane had died of typhus at school. Jane finally writes a return letter, assuring her uncle that she is very much alive and is relieved to have a living relative. Though furious at this act of deceit, Jane gives her aunt "full and free forgiveness" and returns to Thornfield. She is greeted amiably by Rochester, to whom she had grown close over the span of her employment. Mrs. Fairfax later tells her that Rochester has dropped hints of marriage, ordering jewels from his bank and singing joyfully around the house. Both women assume he intends to marry Blanche Ingram, and Jane is inwardly distressed. She speaks to Rochester primly, saying that she must leave Thornfield and find another situation before he is married. Rochester finally reveals that he is in love with Jane, not Blanche, and begs the stunned governess to marry him. After the proposal sinks in, an elated Jane accepts.

Mrs. Fairfax, startled by the news, warns Jane to keep her wits about her until the wedding. On the day of their marriage, Rochester is strangely impatient and quickly marches Jane to the church for a private ceremony. Before they can say their vows, they are interrupted by a lawyer and Richard Mason, who insist that the marriage be cancelled as Rochester is already married. Jane is shocked to learn the secret: 15 years earlier, Rochester had been in an arranged marriage to Mason’s sister, the beautiful but mentally disturbed Bertha (Valentina Cervi). Over the years, Bertha grew more and more insane and violent. To protect her from the cruel treatment she would receive at an asylum, Rochester concealed his wife in a secret room at Thornfield behind a curtain in his own bedroom. She was looked after by a servant, Mrs. Poole, who had dozed off the night of the fire, which was set by Bertha herself. It was Bertha’s crazed laugh that had woken Jane and ultimately saved Rochester’s life.

Jane is taken to the secret room at Thornfield, where Bertha attacks Rochester after seeing Jane in a wedding gown. Jane is horrified and shocked. She changes back into her plain dress and meets once more with Rochester, who tearfully begs her forgiveness. Jane is agonized by her decision to leave Thornfield rather than to be with a married man, though she still loves Rochester. In tears, she escapes from the house on foot. After miles of walking, she collapses at a doorstep in the rain and is taken inside by the tenants, St. John Rivers (Jamie Bell) and his two sisters. They nurse the weak and sickly Jane back to health, and she gives her name as "Jane Elliott," saying nothing of her time at Thornfield. Rivers, a young minister, gives Jane a job teaching village girls at a small parish school he had established. Though the pay is low, Jane is given a small cottage of her own and begins to enjoy her work and three new friends despite her dashed hopes of being Rochester’s wife.

Rivers visits Jane one night and calmly reveals that he knows her true identity. He delivers the news that her uncle, John Eyre, had died and left his entire estate to Jane as promised. Stunned that she is now worth 20 thousand pounds, Jane insists on sharing her new found wealth with St. John and his sisters. Soon afterward, St. John asks Jane to marry him and accompany him to India for his missionary work. Jane loves him only as a brother, and is put off by his businesslike approach to marriage. She finally resolves to return to Thornfield.

Jane is horrified to see Thornfield Hall reduced to a scorched shell. After meeting with Mrs. Fairfax, Jane is told the story of the most recent fire: It was started by Bertha, whose condition had deteriorated even further. Rochester ensured that all the other inhabitants were safely out of the house, and then returned to the inferno to rescue Bertha who had gone up to the roof. He begged her to come down, but she jumped to her death. Rochester escaped the fire, but was blinded. Jane is heartbroken at the news of his suffering. She finds him sitting outside and quietly approaches, leading to a tearful reunion, with Jane and Rochester overjoyed that they can be together at last.


FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Mairi Bett known as co-producer
  • Hannah Farrell known as associate producer
  • Peter Hampden known as executive producer
  • Christine Langan known as executive producer
  • Alison Owen known as producer
  • Paul Trijbits known as producer
  • Faye Ward known as co-producer
  • Sasha Harris known as line producer: re-shoots (uncredited)

FullCast & Crew:

  • Mia Wasikowska known as Jane Eyre
  • Jamie Bell known as St John Rivers
  • Su Elliot known as Hannah
  • Holliday Grainger known as Diana Rivers
  • Tamzin Merchant known as Mary Rivers
  • Amelia Clarkson known as Young Jane
  • Craig Roberts known as John Reed
  • Sally Hawkins known as Mrs. Reed
  • Lizzie Hopley known as Miss Abbot
  • Jayne Wisener known as Bessie
  • Freya Wilson known as Eliza Reed
  • Emily Haigh known as Georgiana Reed
  • Simon McBurney known as Mr. Brocklehurst
  • Sandy McDade known as Miss Scatcherd
  • Freya Parks known as Helen Burns
  • Edwina Elek known as Miss Temple
  • Ewart James Walters known as John
  • Judi Dench known as Mrs. Fairfax
  • Georgia Bourke known as Leah
  • Sally Reeve known as Martha
  • Romy Settbon Moore known as Adèle Varens
  • Eglantine Rembauville-Nicolle known as Sophie (as Eglantine Rembauville)
  • Michael Fassbender known as Rochester
  • Rosie Cavaliero known as Grace Poole
  • Angela Curran known as Undercook
  • Imogen Poots known as Blanche Ingram
  • Sophie Ward known as Lady Ingram
  • Joe Van Moyland known as Lord Ingram
  • Hayden Phillips known as Colonel Dent
  • Laura Phillips known as Mrs. Dent
  • Harry Lloyd known as Richard Mason
  • Ned Dennehy known as Dr. Carter
  • Joseph Kloska known as Clergyman Wood
  • Ben Roberts known as Briggs
  • Valentina Cervi known as Bertha Mason
  • Sarah Hough known as Georgiana Reed – Adult (uncredited)



Supporting Department

Makeup Department:

  • Bee Archer known as daily makeup artist
  • Theresa Carey known as trainee hair stylist: BBC
  • Theresa Carey known as trainee makeup artist: BBC
  • Carolyn Cousins known as crowd hair stylist
  • Carolyn Cousins known as crowd makeup artist
  • Françoise Cresson known as daily makeup artist
  • Julie Dartnell known as daily makeup artist
  • Janita Doyle known as daily makeup artist
  • Sarah Grispo known as daily makeup artist
  • Lilly Hodson known as trainee makeup artist
  • Jane Logan known as crowd hair and makeup artist
  • Ameneh Mahloudji known as daily makeup artist
  • Veronica McAleer known as on-set chief hair stylist: additional photography (as Veronica Brebner)
  • Veronica McAleer known as on-set chief makeup artist: additional photography (as Veronica Brebner)
  • Belinda Parish known as daily makeup artist (as Belinda Parrish)
  • Daniel Phillips known as hair designer
  • Daniel Phillips known as makeup designer
  • Tapio Salmi known as hair stylist
  • Tapio Salmi known as makeup stylist
  • Loulia Sheppard known as hair stylist
  • Rupert Simon known as daily makeup artist
  • Barbara Taylor known as daily makeup artist
  • Xanthia White known as daily makeup artist
  • Eve Wignall known as daily makeup artist
  • Kristyan Mallett known as special makeup effects designer (uncredited)

Art Department:

  • Dion Banner known as supervising painter
  • Lynne Benelick known as standby props (as Lynn Bennellick)
  • Barry Brown known as supervsing rigger
  • Mat Campbell known as key greensman
  • Ian Cooper known as dressing props: additional photography
  • Cathy Cosgrove known as buyer: additional photography
  • Cathy Cosgrove known as set decorator: additional photography
  • David Creed known as standby carpenter: additional photography
  • Charlotte Crosbie known as petty cash buyer
  • Josh Field known as prop trainee
  • Jordan Forbes known as prop trainee
  • David Gray known as stand-by rigger
  • Peter Hallam known as property master: additional photography
  • Dean Hawley known as standby painter
  • Mark Keene known as carpenter
  • Lizzie Kilham known as standby art director
  • Tim Lanning known as greensman
  • Dave Midson known as dressing props
  • Jonathan Millward known as storyboard artist
  • Nick Milner known as prop storeman
  • Garry Moore known as standby carpenter
  • Daniel Nussbaumer known as trainee art director: BBC
  • Steve Payne known as daily propman (as Steven Payne)
  • Wesley Peppiatt known as daily propman
  • Clare Porritt known as art department assistant
  • Mickey Pugh known as standby props (as Michael Pugh)
  • Graeme Purdy known as property master
  • Tabitha Quitman known as daily art department assistant
  • Chris Rosser known as assistant art director
  • Tony Sankey known as construction manager: London
  • Bob Sherwood known as dressing props
  • Ian Summers known as construction manager: Derbyshire
  • Katharine Tidy known as home economist
  • Kate Venner known as production buyer
  • James Wakefield known as assistant art director
  • Rohan Harris known as scenic artist (uncredited)
  • Tabitha Quitman known as work experience (uncredited)
  • Doreen Watkinson known as prop maker (uncredited)




Production Companies:

  • Focus Features (presents)
  • BBC Films (in association with)
  • Ruby Films
  • Lipsync Productions

Other Companies:

  • ARRI Lighting Rental  lighting equipment
  • ARRI Media  camera equipment
  • Air Lyndhurst Studios  music mixed at (as Air Lyndhurst Recording Studios, London)
  • Air-Edel Associates  music services
  • Alex Rouse Wigmakers  wigs by (as Alex Rouse Wig Co.)
  • Angel Studios  music recorded at (as Angel Recording Studios, London)
  • Arion Communications Ltd.  rushes transfer
  • Audiolink Radio Communications  mobiles and radios (as Audiolink Limited)
  • Bon Appetit Catering  catering (as Bon Appetit)
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera cranes (uncredited)
  • Cine-Film Cars  unit transport
  • Cinéphase  additional adr recording
  • Cosprop  costume hire
  • Coutts & CO  production finance provided by (as Coutts & Co.)
  • De Lane Lea  additional adr recording
  • Devil's Horsemen, The (I)  horses and carriages
  • Digital Media Services (DMS)  digital asset management
  • Digital Media Services (DMS)  digital marketing asset management
  • Dolby Laboratories  sound mix
  • EuroKids & Adults International Casting and Model Agency  extras casting
  • Fuji Photo Film  film stock
  • Guys & Dolls Casting  extras casting
  • HSR / NY  additional adr recording
  • HireWorks  HD equipment rental (uncredited)
  • Howard Schwartz Recording  additional adr recording (as HSR NY)
  • Hyperactive Broadcast  HD VT Ingest Solution + Avid Technical Support
  • Intelligent Media  international monitoring agency
  • Lipsync Post  adr recording (as Lip Sync Post)
  • Lipsync Post  digital grading (as Lip Sync Post)
  • Lipsync Post  digital intermediate (as Lip Sync Post)
  • Lipsync Post  main title design (as Lip Sync Post)
  • Lipsync Post  sound (as Lip Sync Post)
  • Media Services  stationery supplier
  • Movie Lot, The  security
  • Palmbrokers  greenery (uncredited)
  • Precision  shippers
  • Production Copier Company  production equipment and services
  • Sapex Scripts  post-production script
  • Sargent-Disc  payroll services
  • Sky Media Travel  travel agent
  • Sony Classical  soundtrack
  • Synergy Vocals  vocal contractor
  • Technicolor Rome  additional adr recording
  • Translux International  facilities vehicles

Additional Details


  • A-Film Distribution (2011) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • Acme Film (2011) (Lithuania) (theatrical)
  • Alliance Films (2011) (Canada) (theatrical)
  • Benelux Film Distributors (2011) (Belgium) (theatrical)
  • Focus Features (2011) (USA) (theatrical)
  • GAGA (2012) (Japan) (theatrical)
  • Odeon (2011) (Greece) (theatrical)
  • Shaw Organisation (2011) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • TOBIS Film (2011) (Germany) (theatrical)
  • UGC Distribution (2012) (France) (theatrical)
  • A-Film Home Entertainment (2012) (Netherlands) (DVD)
  • A-Film Home Entertainment (2012) (Netherlands) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Argentina Video Home (2012) (Argentina) (DVD)
  • Argentina Video Home (2012) (Argentina) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Ascot Elite Entertainment Group (2011) (Switzerland) (all media)
  • Castello Lopes Multimédia (2011) (Portugal) (all media)
  • Film1 (2012) (Netherlands) (TV) (limited)
  • IPA Asia Pacific (2010) (Thailand) (all media)
  • Odeon (2012) (Greece) (DVD)
  • Pancinema (2011) (South Korea) (all media)
  • Prorom Media-Trade (2011) (Hungary) (all media)
  • Prorom Media-Trade (2011) (Romania) (all media)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (2012) (Argentina) (all media)
  • Universal Pictures Home Entertainment (2012) (Germany) (DVD)
  • Universal Studios Home Entertainment (2011) (USA) (DVD)
  • Universal Studios Home Entertainment (2011) (USA) (DVD) (Blu-ray)



Other Stuff

Special Effects:

  • Lipsync Post (visual effects) (as Lip Sync Post)
  • BlueBolt (visual effects)
  • Modus Fx (visual effects) (as Modus)
  • Alchemy 24 (visual effects) (uncredited)
  • Kristyan Mallett Fx (makeup effects) (uncredited)
  • ReelEye Company (special effects contact lenses) (uncredited)

Visual Effects by:

  • Oana Anghel known as graphics coordinator: Lip Sync Post
  • Jean Arousi known as visual effects editorial: Modus FX
  • Marie-Ève Authier known as pre compositor: Modus FX
  • Marie-Pier Avoine known as texture artist: Modus FX
  • Angela Barson known as visual effects supervisor: BlueBolt
  • Dan Bentham known as visual effects senior producer: Lip Sync Post
  • Lizzie Bentley known as digital matte painter: BlueBolt
  • Mathieu Bertrand known as lead look development: Modus FX
  • Patrick Bissonnette known as visual effects financial controller: Modus FX
  • Jonathan Boisvert known as technical support: Modus FX
  • Guy Boudreau known as pre compositor: Modus FX
  • Marc Bourbonnais known as visual effects executive producer: Modus FX
  • Linden Brownbill known as visual effects film engineer: Lip Sync Post
  • Alberto Buron known as digital restoration artist: Lip Sync Post
  • Luke Butler known as digital compositor: Lip Sync Post
  • Naomi Butler known as digital compositor: Lip Sync Post
  • Alexandre Canniccioni known as texture artist: Modus FX
  • Guillaume Champagne known as modeller: Modus FX
  • Sébastien Chartier known as visual effects artist: Alchemy 24
  • Nicolas Cloutier known as matte painter: Modus FX
  • Valérie Clément known as visual effects sales and marketing director: Modus FX
  • Tom Collier known as lead compositor: Lip Sync Post
  • Tobie Cote known as matte painter
  • Jacynthe Côté known as visual effects production manager: Modus FX
  • Peter Dickinson known as graphic designer: Lip Sync Post
  • Stefan Drury known as head of visual effects: Lip Sync Post
  • Marilyn Emond known as visual effects coordinator: Modus FX
  • Sean Farrow known as visual effects supervisor: Lip Sync Post
  • Jean-François Ferland known as visual effects artist: Alchemy 24
  • Matt Foster known as digital matte painter: Lip Sync Post
  • Dominic Gaudreau known as director of technology: Modus FX
  • Varun Hadkar known as compositor: BlueBolt
  • Julia Hall known as graphic designer: Lip Sync Post
  • Sandro Henriques known as digital compositor: Lip Sync Post
  • Paddy Kelly known as visual effects producer: BlueBolt
  • Markus Kuha known as lead compositor: BlueBolt
  • Louis Laflamme-Fillion known as visual effects editorial: Modus FX
  • Martin Larrivée known as compositor: Modus FX
  • Luka Leskovsek known as compositor: BlueBolt
  • Sylvain Lorgeou known as lead concept artist: Modus FX
  • Sylvain Lorgeou known as lead matte painter: Modus FX
  • Aileen McIntosh known as visual effects producer: Lip Sync Post
  • Maxime Murray known as technical support: Modus FX
  • Dylan Owen known as digital compositor: Lip Sync Post
  • Mathieu Phaneuf known as lead modeller: Modus FX
  • John Purdie known as digital compositor: Lip Sync Post
  • Florian Schuck known as compositor: BlueBolt
  • David Sjodin known as digital compositor: Lip Sync Post
  • Angela Stanley known as digital compositor: Lip Sync Post (as Angela Rose)
  • Jon Stanley known as senior systems manager: Lip Sync Post
  • Stéphane Stradella known as compositor: Modus FX (as Stephane Stradella)
  • Lucy Tanner known as visual effects coordinator: Lip Sync Post
  • Guillaume Thimus known as compositing artist: tracking and layout: Modus FX
  • Georges Tornero known as compositor: Modus FX
  • Samantha Tracey known as visual effects producer: Lip Sync Post
  • Valentin Trasnea known as pre compositor: Modus FX
  • Howard Watkins known as creative director: Lip Sync Post
  • Simon Weaner known as matte painter: Modus FX
  • Yanick Wilisky known as visual effects supervisor: Modus FX
  • Odile-Emmanuelle Auger known as visual effects coordinator: Modus FX (uncredited)
  • Chris Bentley known as digital lab operator (uncredited)
  • Renaud Bousquet known as td tracking and layout: Modus FX (uncredited)
  • Warwick Campbell known as digital compositor: Lip Sync Post (uncredited)
  • Jimmy Caron known as visual effects artist: Modus FX (uncredited)
  • Jonathan Carré known as digital compositor: Modus FX (uncredited)
  • Andrea Espinal known as digital compositor: Modus FX (uncredited)
  • Jean-Sébastien Fortin known as digital compositor: Modus FX (uncredited)
  • Rob Geddes known as roto artist (uncredited)
  • Yanni Goudetsidis known as systems engineer (uncredited)
  • Mauricio Guwzynski known as digital compositor: Modus FX (uncredited)
  • Pascal Laflamme known as td tracking and layout: Modus FX (uncredited)
  • Florent Lebrun known as matte painter: Modus FX (uncredited)
  • Samuel Loriault-Goulet known as data wrangler: Modus FX (uncredited)
  • Samuel Loriault-Goulet known as layout modeler (uncredited)
  • Stephane Picard known as data wrangler: Modus FX (uncredited)
  • Gareth Repton known as compositor (uncredited)
  • Lucy Seaborne known as digital restoration artist: Lip Sync Post (uncredited)
  • Armando Velazquez known as digital compositor: Modus FX (uncredited)

MPAA: Rated PG-13 for some thematic elements including a nude image and brief violent content



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