Operation Mincemeat Filming Locations & Full Cast Details

Operation Mincemeat is a British historical drama film directed by John Madden from the screenplay of Michelle Ashford. Based on the book of the same title, the war movie sets during the second world war and tells the true story of successful British deception operation executed by forces in 1943 inside Sicily.

The movie is produced by Charles S Cohen, Emile Sherman, Iain Canning, and Kris Thykier under See-Saw Films, Cohen Media Group, FilmNation Entertainment, and Archery Films for Warner Bros Pictures in UK and Netflix in North America and Latin America.

The movie was first released in November 2021 on the British Film Festival and on 15 April 2022 inside the United Kingdom and the film is now set to release on 11 May 2022 inside the United States.

Where was Operation Mincemeat filmed?

Operation Mincemeat was filmed in London, England inside the United Kingdom and Málaga, Spain during Feb 2021. The shooting was specifically done inside Twickenham Studios North Devon, Fenton House and Garden in Hampstead Grove.

Operation Mincemeat filming locations

Principal filming began in December 2019 but halted after a few days due to Covid-19 arrival. Then, the shooting begun in February 2020 that lasted till March 2021. The last scene was reportedly filmed in Malaga municipality of Spain, the same place where Parallel Mothers and Netflix’s Honeymoon with My Mother were filmed.

London is the capital as well as the largest city of England which stands on the River Thames inside South-East England. The place is famous for Buckingham Palace (I Care a Lot), Oxford Street, Tower Bridge, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament.

Cast of The Operation Mincemeat

  • Rufus Wright as Lt. Bill Jewell
  • Matthew Macfadyen as Charles Cholmondeley
  • Charlotte Hamblin as Patricia Trehearne
  • Johnny Flynn as Ian Fleming
  • Ruby Bentall as Connie Bukes
  • Lorne MacFadyen as Sgt. Roger Dearborn / Glyndwr Michael
  • Penelope Wilton as Hester Leggett
  • Colin Firth as Ewen Montagu
  • Dolly Gadsdon as Jennifer Montagu
  • Hattie Morahan as Iris Montagu
  • Kelly Macdonald as Jean Leslie
  • Caspar Jennings as Jeremy Montagu
  • Simon Russell Beale as Winston Churchill
  • Mark Gatiss as Ivor Montagu
  • Michael Bott as Frank Sawyer (Churchill Butler)
  • Ellie Haddington as Hilda Georgina Cholmondeley
  • Paul Lancaster as Coroner Pinfield
  • Alex Jennings as John Masterman
  • Simon Rouse as Coroner Birtwistle
  • Jason Isaacs as Admiral John Godfrey
  • Paul Ritter as Bentley Purchase
  • Markus von Lingen as Adolf Clauss
  • Jonjo O’Neill as Teddy
  • Nicholas Rowe as Capt. David Ainsworth
  • Amy Marston as Nurse Tate
  • Alexander Beyer as Karl Kuhlenthal
  • Gabrielle Creevy as Doris Michael
  • Nico Birnbaum as Colonel Alexis von Roenne
  • Pedro Casablanc as Dr. Del Torno
  • Will Keen as Salvador Gomez-Beare
  • James Fleet as Charles Fraser-Smith
  • Mark Bonnar as Jock Horsfall
  • Laura Morgan as Margaret Thomas (British Secretary)
  • Miguel Guardiola as Priest
  • Javier Godino as Judge Pascual Del Pobil
  • Pep Tosar as Admiral Moreno
  • Óscar Zafra as Colonel Cerruti
  • Lin Gallagher as Self – Audio Description (voice)
  • Adolf Hitler as Adolf Hitler
  • Jeremy Azis as Gargoyle Club member 22
  • Alba Brunet as Ana Flores
  • Tom Barnett as British Soldier
  • Pierre Bergman as Twenty Committee
  • Allan Cook as Waiter
  • Stuart Cooke as RAF Officer
  • Christine Callaghan as Passerby
  • Graham Curry as Robert Cholmondeley
  • Liam Edwards as Soldier
  • Miriam Engelbert as Dancer
  • Tom Ford as Extra
  • William Guiness as Twenty Committee
  • Lex Lamprey as Naval Officer

Where can I watch Operation Mincemeat?

Operation Mincemeat is available to stream on Netflix inside the United States, Canada, Australia, and the UK. You can also rent or purchase the film from various VOD platforms like Amazon, Google Play, Apple TV, and YouTube.

In some countries, the film is also streaming for Prime Video subscribers, like in Germany.

Lakshya Kaushik

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