I'll Sleep When I'm Dead (2003) 1080p YIFY Movie

I'll Sleep When I'm Dead (2003) 1080p

Will Graham is a gangster who has left the life of crime and is living in the countryside. He comes out of hiding to investigate the death of his brother when he learns that he committed suicide. Charlotte Rampling is his old girlfriend who owns a restaurant. Boad is the villain responsible for the bad things that happened to Will's brother.

IMDB: 5.81 Likes

  • Genre: Crime | Drama
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.90G
  • Resolution: 1904*1072 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English 5.1  
  • Run Time: 102
  • IMDB Rating: 5.8/10 
  • MPR: R
  • Peers/Seeds: 2 / 19

The Synopsis for I'll Sleep When I'm Dead (2003) 1080p

Will Graham is a gangster who has left the life of crime and is living in the countryside. He comes out of hiding to investigate the death of his brother when he learns that he committed suicide. Charlotte Rampling is his old girlfriend who owns a restaurant. Boad is the villain responsible for the bad things that happened to Will's brother.

The Director and Players for I'll Sleep When I'm Dead (2003) 1080p

[Director]Mike Hodges
[Role:]Malcolm McDowell
[Role:]Charlotte Rampling
[Role:]Clive Owen
[Role:]Jonathan Rhys Meyers

The Reviews for I'll Sleep When I'm Dead (2003) 1080p

Character Study of criminals in intertwined stories that slowly comes togetherReviewed bymarkuswsVote: 8/10

This story starts with several sets of mostly low life characters in various settings and slowly shows how the characters relate. Davey(Jonathan Rhys Meyers) is the self absorbed party animal, low level drug dealer whose tragic events form the glue to tie the characters together. Will (Clive Owen) first appears as a hard working back to nature recluse, but we soon learn he is Davey's brother. We learn that this morose woodsman was some kind of crime boss. His return to deal with Davey's tragedy kicks off the pivotal events that make up the rest of the movie. What looks at first like several disjointed stories slowly starts tying together. This is not your glorified crime life like the Godfather, or the Sopranos. This story is not about action, it's about how criminals think and feel and act based on those thoughts and feelings. It is a dark world, full of bad choices and painful consequences. It is a somewhat complicated story like these kinds of things are in real life. There are old relationships: loves, friends, enemies that must be dealt with in a time when emotion is hard to control. If you want something fast, are looking for clear cut plots, and easily understood characters you will be disappointed. I personally like movies sometimes that are not afraid to break with clear cut formulas and don't feel compelled to explain everything in clear terms. I found the movie very intriguing. This is a movie about how characters, in this case, criminals, process tragic events. These dark characters living in this dark world had to deal with something that was especially dark to them. The story moves slowly because it is not about action, but the dark setting, the subtle effects on the characters as the story progresses and so on. In reality tragic events are often not clear cut, and the movie is real in its development of the story. I found myself feeling for the characters, albeit mostly sadness and a little pity with a little admiration, compassion, and understanding thrown in. If you enjoy film noir I think you might like this film.

"For a life wasted."Reviewed byadamszabo07Vote: 10/10

First and foremost, this kind of crime drama is not for today's Transformers or Twilight-bred audiences. It's way too slow, way too depressing, way too sparse and way too revisionist or modernist. That is the reason why so many people rejected this film and why is it so darn underrated, for sure. If you are here for to see gun plays, neon lights, hyper-stylized images, fast pacing, skip it!

Mike Hodges contributed to gangster cinema a lot. 'I'll Sleep When I'm Dead' is like a spiritual remake of his 'Get Carter'. Showing reserved antiheroes, family revenge and a bitter return to forsaken lands, it's just seemingly a rip-off. Back in '71, Carter gave us an insightful look into a depraved industrial community from which morality is long gone, and the protagonist is as just as rotten and just as a scum as his preys - Michael Caine's enforcer is even shocked by his immorality in a place where people are sex toys or disposable objects and they can be killed in the blink of an eye. That film harshly criticized how British films were made at that time and the country's official politics as a genre piece.

Well, looking at 'Dead', it's a more existential film. It's about grief "for a life wasted": I mean, the duration of the movie is 80% about how to process shame and pain in our inner life. The character of Will Graham (he's not the Thomas Harris character - by the way, Clive Owen plays him even better than he played Jack in the Hodges-directed 'Croupier') is strictly about this. Like a modernist loner. Maybe he will find an answer for WHY his brother killed himself, but what comes after this realization? "Not much." So he always will be lost, just like a modern hero. We know from the first moment that his crusade is a self- destructive one, and it has two reasons. One: When he lives as a woodcutter in the woods, he's just a shell of a man. That's his new, self-dedicated life. But it's a dead-end street. Two: He need to return to a London where his ex-friends have no noble codes to live by at all. Young hoodlums who beat up the rival gangster's bodyguard to prove themselves they're tough guys. They did it for showing off, not for showing a potential. Will immediately knew it. That's why he stated he would return to his old life. And the realization about Davey: he was a pampered scum indeed. He tried to look cooler than he really is. And yet, the scene when he ends his life, is just shocking. It's filmed in long shots, in blood-curdling slow fashion, just naturally - that's why we feel so bad when Mickser finds his carcass and starts shrieking. As if our room were cold and we felt the blade cutting through our throat. Davey was a petty criminal, but the way he is humiliated is just sickening - because Boad (Malcolm McDowell's first sensible role since say... 30 years)destroyed with what he showed off: his manhood. Maybe that's why we're terrified by that scene. So, it's a losing game for Will. Because even if he finds out the truth, that's only pain left. Lives - wasted forever. That's what the psychologist says. His words burn slowly. And Will drinks for the first time for three years. A silent breakdown. Tragically terrific.

Most of the time, Hodges used crime dramas (or his pretty good subversive sci-fi, The Terminal Man penned by Chrichton) to show us alienated guys. In 'Dead', the camera is just like a TV camera: engineered, simple. Even the editing is stuck around in the '70s British flare, this film is not modern at all visually. But this slow pacing tells us that everything has been written, and that's fatality. Just some gunshots, no over-the-top violence: there's only one pervert scene, the desexualization of Davey. Filming it objectively from a single angle makes it more disturbing.

'I'll Sleep When I'm Dead' is not for mainstream boys and girls. It's a great homage to European crime films of the '60s and the '70s. A fact which could be welcomed for cult viewers. Partly lyrical, partly minimalist as hell. Highly recommended!

Back to the PastReviewed byclaudio_carvalhoVote: 7/10

After the suicide of the small time drug dealer and thief Davey (Jonathan Rhys Meyers), his brother and former powerful gangster Will Graham (Clive Owen), who is living a peaceful recluse life trying to redeem himself from his past, returns to his homeland to investigate the motives for such desperate act. Will hires an independent autopsy and the coroner informs that Davey had been raped the night before his death. Will returns to his past life seeking for revenge.

"I'll Sleep When I'm Dead" is a deceptive thriller with an absolute absence of originality. In spite of having a great cast leaded by Clive Owen, Charlotte Rampling, Jonathan Rhys Meyers and Malcolm McDowell, and a beautiful and stylish cinematography, the screenplay is very weak and confused, with a storyline similar to many other better movies. The characters are badly developed, and who they are and their motives are disclosed in a confused way. Further, the motives of Boad for the stupidity against Davey are unbelievably ridiculous. My vote is six.

Title (Brazil):" Vingan?a Final" ("Final Revenge")

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