This incredibly artistic film starring Tom Hardy (Inception, Legend), Tom Holland (Arrietty, Captain America: Civil War), and Andrew Scott (Spectre, Sherlock) is emotional and controversial, full of questions of whether Ivan Locke is doing the right thing or not. The first film all set in a car, is actually very well shot, great usage of the road lamps.
The next day of Ivan Locke’s life will be the height of his career, he is pouring the largest pour of concrete in Europe ever. When he finds out that a one night stand that he had is giving birth to his child, he loses his wife, job, home, and freinds.
It was a bit tedious because the whole film was him in his car making phone calls, this did however make it very effective.
The whole film was shot in one take.
Ivan Locke’s cold was written into the script simply because Tom Hardy had a cold during the six days of shooting.
The BMW’s ‘low fuel warning’ light went off often and in the end, they substituted the beeping for ‘you have a call pending’ and kept Tom Hardy’s original reactions.
The licence plate of the BMW says Adios (meaning ‘Bye’ in Spanish)
They filmed the film (one take) 12 times: twice a night for six days.