Inside Man (2006)

 ●  English ● 2 hrs 29 mins

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A police detective, a bank robber, and a high-power broker enter into a criminal's brilliant heist which spirals into a dangerous hostage situation.
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Cast: Denzel Washington, Jodie Foster

Crew: Spike Lee (Director), Matthew Libatique (Director of Photography), Terence Blanchard (Music Director)

Rating: U/A (India)

Genres: Crime, Drama, Mystery

Release Dates: 24 Mar 2006 (India)

Tagline: It looked like the perfect bank robbery. But you can't judge a crime by its cover.

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Did you know? Spike Lee said that he and Willem Dafoe met in the men's room during the intermission of the play 'Julius Caesar', in which Denzel Washington appeared. As they were standing side by side in the men's room, Spike said: "We should work together" and Dafoe replied: "Yeah, Spike, we should" and that was it. Later on, Spike sent him the script. Read More
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as Detective Keith Frazier
as Madeleine White
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Film Type:
Feature
Language:
English
Colour Info:
Color
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35:1
Stereoscopy:
No
Taglines:
It looked like the perfect bank robbery. But you can't judge a crime by its cover.
Trivia:
Spike Lee said that he and Willem Dafoe met in the men's room during the intermission of the play 'Julius Caesar', in which Denzel Washington appeared. As they were standing side by side in the men's room, Spike said: "We should work together" and Dafoe replied: "Yeah, Spike, we should" and that was it. Later on, Spike sent him the script.

The coffee shop scene was improvised. Spike Lee stated that when Denzel Washington ad-libbed the line "I'll bet you can get a cab though," Spike nearly ruined the take by laughing aloud at Washington's line.

The original script did not include scene in which the boy shows Dalton the video game he is playing on his PSP. Director Spike Lee added it to "make a comment on gangster rap's infatuation with violence." The game is not real, but was created by an animation house. Lee asked them to come up with animation for "the most violent game ever".