Miss Sloane

An ambitious lobbyist faces off against the powerful gun lobby in an attempt to pass gun control legislation.
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Credits: TheMovieDb.

Film Cast:

  • Madeline Elizabeth Sloane: Jessica Chastain
  • Rodolfo Vittorio Schmidt: Mark Strong
  • Esme Manucharian: Gugu Mbatha-Raw
  • Jane Molloy: Alison Pill
  • Pat Connors: Michael Stuhlbarg
  • Forde: Jake Lacy
  • Daniel Posner: David Wilson Barnes
  • Jon O’Neill: Dylan Baker
  • R.M. Dutton: Raoul Bhaneja
  • Bill Sanford: Chuck Shamata
  • Evelyn Sumner: Christine Baranski
  • George Dupont: Sam Waterston
  • Senator Ronald Sperling: John Lithgow
  • Junior Spencer: Aaron Hale
  • Ross: Al Mukaddam
  • Alex: Douglas Smith
  • Lauren: Grace Lynn Kung
  • Franklin Walsh: Noah Robbins
  • Doctor (voice): Andrew Moodie
  • Moore: Kyle Mac
  • O’Hara: Austin Strugnell
  • Ramirez: Zach Smadu
  • Brian: Ennis Esmer
  • Clara Thompson: Meghann Fahy
  • Cynthia Green: Lucy Owen
  • Brenda Patterson: Angela Vint
  • Senator Wallace: Kevin Jubinville
  • UAPD Fundraiser M.C.: Lee Smart
  • Lady in White: Helen Johns
  • Dr. Raj Amarasekara / Matthew Kantaria: Anand Rajaram
  • Reporter: Rick Campanelli
  • Radio DJ: John Gallagher
  • TV Producer: Anthony Furey
  • Senator Mandel: Rick Roberts
  • Parr: Murray Furrow
  • Larsson: Courtenay J. Stevens
  • Senator Hank Badgley: Craig Eldridge
  • Big Sam: Sergio Di Zio
  • Little Sam: Joe Pingue
  • News Anchor: Gurdeep Ahluwalia
  • Frank McGill: Michael Cram
  • Buzz Cut Shooter: Jack Murray
  • TV Reporter: Ola Sturik
  • Talk Show Host: Paul McGuire
  • Pru Walsh: Alexandra Castillo
  • Mike Gordon: Doug Murray
  • CKW Junior: Greta Onieogou
  • Senator at Hearing: David Rosser
  • Hallway Reporter: James Passero
  • Hallway Reporter: John Milson

Film Crew:

  • Editor: Alexander Berner
  • Director of Photography: Sebastian Blenkov
  • Director: John Madden
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Dominique Gaborieau
  • Producer: Ariel Zeitoun
  • Assistant Camera: Alan G. Kelly
  • Casting: Bernard Telsey
  • Music: Max Richter
  • Stunt Coordinator: Jean Frenette
  • Producer: Ben Browning
  • Set Decoration: Peter Nicolakakos
  • Costume Design: Georgina Yarhi
  • Producer: Kris Thykier
  • Casting: Tiffany Little Canfield
  • Line Producer: Olivier Glaas
  • ADR Supervisor: Clémence Stoloff
  • Music Editor: Cécile Coutelier
  • Art Direction: Mark Steel
  • Still Photographer: Kerry Hayes
  • Stunt Driver: Rick Kain
  • Production Design: Matthew Davies
  • Costume Supervisor: Robyn Rosenberg
  • Gaffer: Michael L. Hall
  • ADR Editor: Roland Duboué
  • Construction Coordinator: Ross Fraser
  • Script Supervisor: Susan Marucci
  • Supervising Dialogue Editor: Bridget O’Driscoll
  • Hair Department Head: Cliona Furey
  • Leadman: Kevin Haeberlin
  • Stunt Driver: Matthew James Gulbranson
  • Special Effects Supervisor: Jeff Skochko
  • Set Designer: Dan Norton
  • Assistant Art Director: Natasha Peschlow
  • Writer: Jonathan Perera
  • Casting Associate: Jonathan Oliveira
  • Casting: Conrad Woolfe
  • Carpenter: Travis Staley
  • Digital Effects Supervisor: Matt Belbin
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Sébastien Bergeron
  • Best Boy Electric: Kevin Barnes
  • Steadicam Operator: Sean Sealey
  • Dolly Grip: Ron Renzetti
  • Production Manager: Robin M. Reelis
  • Boom Operator: Thomas Gastinel
  • First Assistant Director: Andrew M. Robinson
  • Assistant Costume Designer: Lou Decampo
  • Rigging Gaffer: Duane Gullison
  • Dolly Grip: Andrew Schauer
  • Key Grip: Robert Johnson
  • Lighting Technician: Alex Lawrence
  • Visual Effects Editor: Nadine Frève
  • Visual Effects Editor: Frédérique Schmidt
  • Visual Effects Producer: Amelie Poitras
  • Digital Effects Supervisor: Philippe Thibault
  • Boom Operator: Jack Bourdon
  • Boom Operator: Fanny Weinzaepflen
  • Foley Editor: Jérémy Babinet
  • Supervising Sound Editor: François Fayard
  • Makeup Department Head: Liz Gruszka
  • First Assistant Editor: Kilian Wiedemann
  • Third Assistant Director: Nick Lopez
  • Production Coordinator: Mary Fraser
  • Sound Recordist: Anne Le Campion
  • First Assistant “A” Camera: Ciaran Copelin
  • First Assistant “B” Camera: Ari Magder
  • Best Boy Grip: Jim Holmes
  • Second Assistant Director: Aric Dupere
  • Painter: Clinton Guitard
  • Scenic Artist: Jason Christpoher Kirk
  • Set Dresser: Sonja Narizni
  • Scenic Artist: Jak Oliver
  • Set Dresser: Daniel Smallegange
  • Second Assistant “A” Camera: Andrew Lounsbury
  • Post Production Supervisor: Amélie Dibon
  • Assistant Editor: Andrei Lascu

Movie Reviews:

  • Reno: **A mastress stroke!**

    Another American politics, why should I care! If you are saying like that, then you are missing out something wonderful. First of all it was not based on any real, except the gun control theme that rocked the US recently. Nor it was adapted from a book. That’s really got me. This was a beautiful screenplay and I could not think how flawlessly someone has written just for a film, not for a book. Secondly, in todays world where the voices were raised for the equal rights/opportunity for women, this film became a great example to head on the right path.

    It opened with a court scene, then went back to flashback to reveal everything that happened in between period. There’s a voting is to take place in the parliament for the introduction of a new bill. The miss Sloane’s firm splits over differences and hence two teams fight for one another in the same matter, but to achieve the opposite result. Pursuing the MPs and all other dramatic events takes place, while they are ready to go any length. Then the story comes to an end with a twist with one of them victorious, but a heavy price has to pay it.

    You might won’t like the politics, but this is not one. This is something like the story of an election campaign team. How they work to achieve their goal, particularly keep checking their rivalry. So it was more or less a cat-mouse game kind, but the perspective was not shared equally. The majority of the film was from miss Sloane’s angle. Just like from ‘Zero Dark Thirty’, Chastain has been simply awesome. One of her career best performance for sure. I don’t get it how this film had missed the Oscars race. She should have won the best actress award. I might a little late to watch, but I did not miss it. So I hope you too as well not to miss it.

    _8/10_

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