Domino

Domino

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Overview

Domino

The (mostly) true story of a Hollywood princess turned bounty hunter is told in this witty action-drama from director Tony Scott. Domino Harvey (Keira Knightley) was the daughter of famed actor Laurence Harvey (played by Jesse Pate) who passed on when Domino was only eight years old. Domino's mother, former fashion model Paulene Stone (played by Jacqueline Bisset and renamed (%Sophie Wynn) in the film), strove to give her daughter a comfortable life, but Domino was naturally rebellious, and after a contentious stint in boarding school, a brief career as a runway model, and a fling with the fashion business, Domino was looking for something more exciting. She found it when he met Ed Mosbey (Mickey Rourke), an ex-con who had gone on to a successful career as a "bail recovery agent" -- in short, a bounty hunter. Ed also taught others how to join his profession, and Domino took his course and joined his team, along with Choco (Edgar Ramirez), a headstrong bail agent who took an immediate fancy to Domino. Domino, Ed, and Choco became a successful team -- successful enough that television producer Mark Heiss (Christopher Walken) asked them to become the subject of a television reality series. However, it was after the cameras were turned on Domino that her life got truly crazy. Bail bondsman Claremont Williams III (Delroy Lindo) had hired Domino and her friends for a risky case, and soon Domino, Ed, and Choco were chasing missing men and money while landing in hot water with both the FBI and the Mafia. Domino was loosely based on Domino Harvey's real life story; sadly her personal life was as reckless as her career, and Domino died as a result of drug abuse on June 27, 2005, after this film was completed. The film also features Lucy Liu, Mena Suvari, Macy Gray, and Dabney Coleman.

Product Details

Release Date: 02/21/2006
UPC: 0794043101366
Original Release: 2005
Rating: R
Source: New Line Home Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 2:08:00
Sales rank: 50,800

Special Features

Closed Caption; "I am a bounty hunter: Domino Harvey's life"; "Bounty hunting on acid: Tony Scotts's visual style" featurette; Deleted scenes; And more!

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Keira Knightley Domino Harvey
Mickey Rourke Ed Moseby
Edgar Ramirez Choco
Delroy Lindo Claremont Williams
Mo'Nique Lateesha Rodriguez
Lucy Liu Taryn Mills
Christopher Walken Mark Heiss
Mena Suvari Kimmie
Macy Gray Lashandra Davis
Jacqueline Bisset Sophie Wynn
Dabney Coleman Drake Bishop
Brian Austin Green Himself
Ian Ziering Himself
Stanley Kamel Anthony Cigliutti
Peter Jacobson Burke Beckett
T.K. Carter Lester Kincaid
Kel O'Neill Frances
Shondrella Avery Lashindra Davis
Lew Temple Locus Fender
Tom Waits Wanderer
Riz Abbasi Alf
Liza Lapira Actor

Technical Credits
Tony Scott Director,Producer
B. Costumes/Costume Designer
Steve Barancik Original Story
Drew Boughton Art Director
Skip Chaisson Executive Producer
Denise Chamian Casting
Nancy Deren Set Decoration/Design
Asylum Visual Effects Animator
Lisa Ellzey Executive Producer
Toby Emmerich Executive Producer
John Frazier Special Effects Supervisor
William C. Goldenberg Editor
Harry Gregson-Williams Score Composer
Victor Hadida Executive Producer
David Hadida Co-producer,Executive Producer
Samuel Hadida Producer
Richard Kelly Original Story,Screenwriter
Julia Levine Set Decoration/Design
Dan Mindel Cinematographer
Keith Neely Art Director
Arthur Rochester Sound/Sound Designer
Zach Schiff-Abrams Executive Producer
Ridley Scott Producer
Chris Seagers Production Designer
Peter Toumasis Co-producer
Christian Wagner Editor
Barry H. Waldman Executive Producer
John Wildermuth Asst. Director

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Domino
1. A Few Questions [6:54]
2. Main Titles [2:00]
3. Dmv [4:48]
4. England to L.A. [5:07]
5. The $99 Seminar [5:29]
6. First Raid [5:54]
7. Dysfunctional Family [7:05]
8. Reality TV [7:38]
9. Brian and Ian [3:40]
10. Lateesha [5:15]
11. 10 Million [6:02]
12. Bounty Squad [6:52]
13. Delivery to Needles [4:33]
14. Real and Fake [9:37]
15. Retrieval [1:46]
16. Desert Trip [4:58]
17. Wanderer [4:14]
18. Las Vegas [5:02]
19. The Stratosphere [7:14]
20. Heads or Tails [7:45]
21. End Titles [6:58]

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Domino 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Great drama, hilarious scenes, excellant cast, dark humor at its best. Do not miss this one
Guest More than 1 year ago
Keira Knightley is a fine actor but is a finer looking woman. Before any of you feminists call me a "pig," that's where the money is in for, not her talent. After Knightley hits 40, her natural beauty will be sagging and as things are in Hollywood, she will be yesterday's news. She certainly outdoes Mickey Rourke's character as the brutish Ed Moseby, an ex-con. She is just a spoiled, tough punk in my opinion, as in her statement, "I just want to have a little fun," which leads to her getting in trouble with lap dancing, missing men, the Mob, and drugs. Of course, real life is worse than the movies and the real Harvey, because of her reckless life is now dead, before the filming actually ended. Another cautionary tale on the edge of drugs, but I doubt it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Domino is a flashy action movie, shot in grainy "heightened reality", in which Keira Knightley plays an ice-cool, beautiful, rich girl who drops out and becomes a bounty hunter. Now flip over to the DVD extra and meet the real Domino Harvey: a shy, gauche woman who reveals far more about herself in the first 10 seconds than this movie does in 2 hours. Tragically, she died shortly before the movie was released. Domino may be "based on true events" but the DVD extra reveals a very liberal interpretation of that phrase. Taken on its own, this is an OK, watchable movie - but it reveals nothing about why the real Domino Harvey's life turned out the way that it did, and the overall impression is of Hollywood's exploitation of a vulnerable woman which leaves a nasty after-taste.
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