Cypher

"OK"

Cypher Review


Jeremy Northam and Lucy Liu make an interesting pair in this high-tech story of spies, mind control, and corporate espionage. Alas, even the most attentive viewer will find it to be utterly baffling, with twist after twist completely screwing your mind into a knot. Sci-fi genre fans will find it engaging and different, but casual viewers will probably give up after the third or fourth brain probe.


Cypher

Facts and Figures

Run time: 95 mins

In Theaters: Saturday 18th January 2003

Budget: $7.5M

Distributed by: Miramax

Production compaines: Miramax Films, Pandora Cinema

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 3 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 58%
Fresh: 11 Rotten: 8

IMDB: 6.9 / 10

Cast & Crew

Director:

Starring: as Morgan Sullivan, as Rita Foster, as Finster, as Callaway, as Virgil C. Dunn, as Diane, as Amy, Joseph Scoren as Digicorp Technician #1, Stephen Brown as Digicorp Technician #2, Arnold Pinnock as Pilot In Mensroom, as Stewardess to Buffalo, Boyd Banks as Fred Garfield, Steve Jackson as Waiter Buffalo, Dan Duran as Buffalo Speaker #1, as Buffalo Speaker #2, as Stewardess to Omaha, George Santino as Rita's Agent #1, Nelson Tynes as Rita's Agent #2, as Speaker Omaha, Vickie Papavs as Desk Clerk Boise, Murray Furrow as Hotel Janitor Boise, Scott McLaren as Convention Waiter Boise, David Bolt as Speaker #1 Boise, Len Carlson as Speaker #3 Boise, Les Porter as Man In White Coat Boise, Bruce McFee as Businessman Boise, Judy Sinclair as Elderly Woman In Elevator, Shanly Trinidad as Gate 15 Clerk Boise, Anne Marie Scheffler as Stewardess Boise, Mike O'Shea as Sunways Security Guard, Andrew Moodie as Sunways Neuro Technician, Malcolm Xerxes as Sunways Technician #1, Matthew Sharp as Sunways Technician #2, as Vault Security, David Bryant as Pilot #2 In Washroom, Alec Stockwell as Digicorp Technician #2, Matt Cooke as Digicorp Technician #3, Marcus Hutchings as Jamison, Sevaan Franks as Tomas Street (uncredited)


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