Red Sparrow

Red Sparrow

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A Russian ballerina (Jennifer Lawrence) is recruited for a brutal training regime for "Sparrows," highly trained spies who use their sexuality to manipulate their targets. She is assigned to seduce a CIA officer (Joel Edgerton) as part of a mission to uncover a mole within the Russian government, but she is soon tempted to turn double agent and strike back against her cruel handlers. Matthias Schoenaerts, Jeremy Irons, Mary-Louise Parker, Charlotte Rampling, and Joely Richardson co-star. Directed by Francis Lawrence (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire), Red Sparrow is based on the novel of the same name by Jason Matthews. ~ Jack Rodgers

Product Details

Release Date: 05/22/2018
UPC: 0024543488675
Original Release: 2018
Rating: R
Source: 20th Century Fox
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound]
Format: Blu-ray
Sales rank: 16,530

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jennifer Lawrence Dominika Egorova
Joel Edgerton Nate Nash
Matthias Schoenaerts Vanya Egorov
Jeremy Irons Korchnoi
Mary-Louise Parker Stephanie Boucher
Charlotte Rampling Matron
Joely Richardson Nina
Douglas Hodge Maxim Volontov
Sakina Jaffrey Trish Forsythe
Ciarán Hinds Alexei Ivanovich Zyuganov
Bill Camp Marty Gable
Thekla Reuten Marta
Sergei Polunin Konstantin
Sasha Frolova Anya
Sebastian Hülk Matorin
Ingeborga Dapkunaite Ballet Director
Nicole O'Neill Sonya
Kristoff Konrad Dmitri Ustinov
Christopher O'Hara Marine Guard
Judit Rezes Leni
Kata Palfi Doctor
Karen Gagnon Kremlin Secretary
Cameron MacConomy Alexei
Hugh Quarshie Simon Benford
Sergej Onopko Simyonov
David Z. Miller Viktor
Makar Zaporozhskiy Nikolai
Zsolt Viczei Chemist
Tom Morley Pyotr
Endre Szilvasi Parliamentarian
Patrick McCullough Junior Official
Gabi Borsoviczky Passport Officer
Andrea Takats Pool Receptionist
Joel de la Fuente U.S. Senator
Louis Hoffman Bank Manager
Balint Adorjani Detective
Tanya Vital M16 Driver
Kinsco Norah Petho Interrogator
Zsolt Anger Russian Ambassador
Lauren Glazier Russian Sniper
Scott Alexander Young Russian Officer
Isabella Boylston Princess Aurora Dancer
Sokol Cahani SVR Agent
Graham Bryan M16 Agent
Attila Arpa Ustinov Security #1
Simon Szabo Ustinov Security #2
Judit Viktor Ustinov's Wife
George Mendel Dutch Diplomat

Technical Credits
Francis Lawrence Director
Garrett Basch Executive Producer
Alan Edward Bell Editor
Csilla Blake-Horvath Makeup
Phil Booth Asst. Director
Denise Chamian Casting
Peter Chernin Producer
Zsolt Csutak Casting
Laszlo Demeter Art Director
Maria Djurkovic Production Designer
Steve Enticott Animator
Justin Haythe Screenwriter
James Newton Howard Score Composer
Priscilla John Casting
Ildiko Kemeny Co-producer
Tibor Lazar Art Director
Cameron MacConomy Associate Producer
Mary McLaglen Executive Producer
David Minkowski Co-producer
Juraj Molnar Production Manager
Monika Nagy Production Manager
Gerd Nefzer Special Effects Supervisor
Jeremy Peirson Sound/Sound Designer
David Ready Producer
Trish Summerville Costumes/Costume Designer
Christopher Surgent Asst. Director
Zsolt Tolmer Asst. Director
Jenno Topping Producer
Dalibor Vasica Production Manager
Jo Willems Cinematographer
Steven Zaillian Producer

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Red Sparrow 2.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
In order to appreciate Red Sparrow, you really need to get past some of the more graphic aspects of this film and it helps if you watch it more than once. I have now watched it 3 times...and it improves with each viewing. Once beyond the "Sparrow School" nonsense (even though it is essential to understanding the character and is true to the book), the story takes really interesting turns. You find yourself constantly wondering about the motives and intentions of the main character. Not until the last scenes are you aware of the truth about this character as the film comes together like a puzzle. It seems " Hitchcock like "in tempo and mood. It's a psychological drama...not James Bond. It is interesting and real to life and the acting was very good. I would recommend it to a mature audience.
RedWolfKL More than 1 year ago
I'm glad I live alone because in one scene I could have fallen through a trap door because of some sexually explicit things Red Sparrow, the lady was supposed to perform as part of her induction to becoming a Russian spy. I was hoping the movie was like 007 but it was not. The DVD was about the indignities forced on this woman who really was pressured to be a spy.