R | | Crime, Drama, Mystery
An attorney, intent on climbing the career ladder toward success, finds an unlikely opponent in a manipulative criminal he is trying to prosecute.
When Willy Beachum is in his office, the boxes behind his desk are labeled "People vs. Morgenthau". Kramer Morgenthau was the Cinematographer for the film, and another box reads "People vs. Beaupre". Steven F. Beaupre was the Second Assistant ... ...
The NTSB guys are here about that bulkhead problem.
Ted Crawford: OK, thanks.
When facing the window and asking the difference between Italian and English, Willy is holding his cell phone in his right hand. In the next cut, the phone instantly moves to his left hand.
The opening credits, rather than merely superimposed on the background, cast shadows and have reflections as if they exist in the scene.
£851,289 (UK) (22 April 2007)