The Half Life of Timofey Berezin

The Half Life of Timofey Berezin

Director: Scott Z. Burns Cast: Paddy Considine, Radha Mitchell, Oscar Isaac

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Product Details

Release Date: 05/15/2012
UPC: 0883316481271
Original Release: 2006
Rating: R
Source: Hbo Archives
Region Code: 1
Time: 1:38:00
Sales rank: 85,783

Special Features

cc Audio commentary with writer/director Scott Burns and executive producer Peter Berg

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Paddy Considine Timofey
Radha Mitchell Marina
Oscar Isaac Shiv
Jason Flemyng Actor
Nikolaj Lie Kaas Actor
Steven Berkoff Actor
Jordan Long Actor

Technical Credits
Scott Z. Burns Director,Screenwriter
Rick Ash Sound/Sound Designer
Peter Berg Executive Producer
Armyan Bernstein Executive Producer
Eigil Bryld Cinematographer
George Clooney Executive Producer
Ben Cosgrove Executive Producer
Miranda de Pencier Producer
Zanne Devine Executive Producer
Kate Dowd Casting
Jennifer Fox Executive Producer
Jon Johnson Sound/Sound Designer
Abel Korzeniowski Score Composer
Guy J. Louthan Producer
Charlie Lyons Producer
Tom Meyer Production Designer
Oana Paunescu Costumes/Costume Designer
Kieron Phipps Asst. Director
Frankie Pine Musical Direction/Supervision
Tatiana S. Riegel Editor
Steven Soderbergh Executive Producer
Leo Trombetta Editor

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Pu-239
1. Allowed to Bark [10:23]
2. Car Tag [11:14]
3. Wrong Store [7:44]
4. Two Things at Once [10:10]
5. A Way Out [10:46]
6. Tusk [9:37]
7. Wrong Dog [11:28]
8. No Plutonium [9:35]
9. Number Eighty-Two [10:15]
10. Credits [6:04]

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The Half Life of Timofey Berezin 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
DRH More than 1 year ago
This probably ranks four stars, actually. I thought this would be some dreary, moralistic story. Instead, it was an entertaining movie. Things do look fairly hopeless for the protagonist, but everyone is tied by their fates. The plant administrators are bad men but aren't totally evil and it doesn't become some Snidely Whiplash melodrama. The wife pulls-through, the bad guys get it in the end, and there are actually some laughs in this sad tale.