Payne & Redemption (2015) Movie

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Production Company
Visual Fizzle [gb]

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Release Date
(UK) - 1 July 2015

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An Independent Film by Fergle Gibson A Film Inspired by the Creative Works of Sam Lake One Cop, a Full Clip, and a Whole Lotta Painkillers

anti-hero, detective, hard-boiled, independent-film, neo-noir, new-york, revenge,

Technical Support
CAM:Arriflex D-20
CAM:Red Epic

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Full Cast

  1. Billing, Nigel (I) as [The Detective] <1>
  2. Billing, Nigel (II) as [The Detective]
  3. Brake, Richard as (rumored) [Lenny] <6>
  4. Mangan, John (III) as [Dr. Clarence Volpé] <3>
  5. McCaffrey, James (I) as (rumored) [The Voice] <5>
  6. Nighy, Bill as (rumored) [Coroner] <7>
  7. Soul, David as (rumored) [Deputy Chief Jim Coraggio] <4>
  8. Cushman, Kylie as [Detective Jessica Logan] <2>


  1. Action
  2. Crime
  3. Drama
  4. Horror
  5. Thriller

Full Plot

The story of "Payne & Redemption" surrounds the psychological trauma endured by the film's main character, a weathered New York Detective, and his journey to seek redemption, after having to deal with a long line of traumatic incidents that have occurred in his recent life. Fergle Gibson Plot not found

Total Business

BT: GBP 200,000

Music Composers

  1. Durban, Justin R.

Film Editors

  1. Pizzarello, Matteo


  1. Gibson, Tanith (caterer)
  2. Southby, Anthony (handyman)

Other Titles

  1. Max Payne: Payne & Redemption (2012) (ENG)
    (UK) (original script title)

Shooting/Filming Locations

  1. Surrey, England, UK


- The film will be distributed for free online.

- On April 22nd, 2008, 20th Century Fox demanded writer/director Fergle Gibson cease and desist work on the non-profit production of "Max Payne: Payne & Redemption", for unsolicited use of the Max Payne property. Following unsuccessful negotiations, Fergle dropped the "Max Payne" name and continued working on his project.

- Approximately 1260 hours were spent on storyboards, consisting of around 350 shots within an estimated runtime of 20 minutes. These storyboards were then condensed down to around 150 shots whilst still keeping the estimated runtime. None of the storyboards were ever used for the final shoot.

- Initially, the story of Payne & Redemption was written as a 20 minute short, then extended to six 20 minute short films, with the idea that they would come together to form one feature-length piece. This idea was scrapped due to financial difficulties.

- The original Storyboard Artist (Roger Williams) dropped out after re-reading the script, deeming it "sick and perverted".