The Edge Of Love

The Edge Of Love

Director: John Maybury Cast: Keira Knightley, Sienna Miller, Matthew Rhys

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The Jacket director John Maybury adapts playwright Sharman MacDonald's account of the true-life relationships shared between Welsh poet Dylan Thomas; his wife, Caitlin; his lifelong friend Vera Phillips; and her husband, William Killick, in this biographical drama centering on the curious incident in which Thomas found his home turned into a war zone when Phillips and Killick attacked the abode with a machine gun and a grenade. Sienna Miller assumes the role of Dylan's wife, Caitlin, and Keira Knightley joins the cast as the trigger-happy Phillips in a film that not only reunites Knightley with Jacket director Maybury, but takes its cue from the play penned the Pirates of the Caribbean star's mother as well. Lindsay Lohan was originally tapped to play Caitlin, but dropped out due to contractual disagreements. The film also stars Matthew Rhys (Brothers & Sisters) as Thomas and Cillian Murphy as Killick.

Product Details

Release Date: 07/09/2019
UPC: 0030306707594
Original Release: 2008
Rating: R
Source: Mpi Home Video
Region Code: 1
Time: 1:51:00
Sales rank: 4,203

Special Features

Audio commentary with director John Maybury & actor Matthew Rhys; Trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Keira Knightley Vera Phillips
Sienna Miller Caitlin MacNamara
Matthew Rhys Dylan Thomas
Cillian Murphy William Killick
Simon Armstrong Wilfred Hosgood
Ben Batt Sergeant
Geoffrey Beevers Registrar
Rachel Bell Midwife
Paul Brooke Mr. Justice Singleton
Huw Ceredig John Patrick
Richard Clifford Alistair Graham
Richard Dillane Lt. Col. David Talbot Rice
Rachel Essex Mel
Simon Kassianides Partisan
Anne Lambton Anita Shenkin
Ray Llewellyn Dewi Ianthe
Alastair Mackenzie Anthony Devas
Neville Malcolm Big Joe
Jonny Phillips John Eldridge
Camilla Rutherford Nicolette
Lisa Stansfield Ruth Williams
Nick Stringer PC Williams
Suggs The Crooner

Technical Credits
John Maybury Director
Angelo Badalamenti Score Composer
David Bergstein Executive Producer
April Ferry Costumes/Costume Designer
Jonathan Freeman Cinematographer
Rebekah Gilbertson Producer
Bill Godfrey Co-producer
Nina Gold Casting
Emma E. Hickox Editor
Linda James Executive Producer
Huw Penalt Jones Co-producer
Hannah Leader Executive Producer
Sharman MacDonald Screenwriter
Alan Macdonald Production Designer
Joe Oppenheimer Executive Producer
Daniel Phillips Makeup
Sarah Radclyffe Producer
Tim Smith Executive Producer
David M. Thompson Executive Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Edge of Love
1. Open [3:16]
2. Dylan And Vera [2:31]
3. War Commentary [4:01]
4. I Might Like You... [4:13]
5. Causing Chaos [3:37]
6. Loved [4:36]
7. First Love, Last Love [3:21]
8. A Little Moment [4:00]
9. Suffer The First Vision [1:50]
10. A Dance [4:59]
11. A Stranger Has Come [5:08]
12. Union [4:50]
13. No Harm Will Come To You [4:01]
14. Can't Do It Alone [2:45]
15. Come Back [5:11]
16. In Charge [3:34]
17. Love Me [4:59]
18. Letter [4:03]
19. Homecoming [5:51]
20. Reached The Limit [4:47]
21. It's Time [3:53]
22. No Pin [4:08]
23. Nothing Left [5:29]
24. On Trial [6:25]
25. Free To Go [4:28]
26. End Credits [4:34]

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The Edge Of Love 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Izzie_reads_books More than 1 year ago
A good movie, a little graphic, but it's good. Cillian Murphy was handsooooome in this movie (Who could cheat on him?). Sienna Miller did a great job--all of the cast did. That's what made me keep watching it, even the graphic parts. Warning: graphic!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
*REVIEW*The films' beautiful look (and Knightley's singing) pull you in instantly, into an old-fashioned, nostalgic drama. The story is straight forward, without flashbacks or cliche poetic license. It's accuracy may begin to bore, but the stellar performances and iconic shots will captivate you. With both dramas 'Atonement' and 'The Edge of Love' you'll find great cinematography and the picturesque Keira Knightley. But only in 'The Edge of Love' will you feel the story realistic, and not blatantly based off a popular novel.In both dramas you're able to sympathize with the deep characters, but only in 'The Edge of Love' you'll be given a choice. This isn't the greatest romance of all time, but it's certainly better than 'Atonement' in many ways.*RATING*Possibly rated R when released in the US, for one love scene (showing Knightly from the side), language, one disturbing war image, some violence, one conversation in the sheets(covered nudity)A woman in labor, and and a man shooting inside a home w/children.(no deaths)
jamesware More than 1 year ago
This film is beautifully written and acted. It is dark and edgy, but hopeful at the end. Keira Knightley just gets better and better.
bren57 More than 1 year ago
This is a beautiful movie that I have watched several times. Cillian Murphy gives an outstanding, unforgettable performance. You won't be disappointed. So refreshing to see real movies being made.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago