Top 5 Bruges Movie Facts

Following is our collection of Bruges facts. Handpicked and verified, these little-known details can be obscure enough most people will miss. These behind the scene easter eggs and hidden messages will give you another view of Bruges film message.

Features a long, unbroken tracking shot of Brendan Gleason moving around his hotel room while talking on the phone with Ralph Fiennes. The TV in his room is showing the opening scene from the Orson Welles movie Touch of Evil, famous for its long, unbroken tracking shot.

In "In Bruges", the villain kills himself because he thinks he killed a kid, but it is just a midget and he cant see his face. Earlier in the film, he takes "dumdum" bullets, which make the head explode, asking "Why not?"
In "In Bruges", the villain kills himself because he thinks he killed a kid, but it is just a midget and he cant see his face. Earlier in the film, he takes "dumdum" bullets, which make the head explode, asking "Why not?"

Bruges Easter Eggs

Hidden objects, characters, easter eggs, and their meanings are wonderful ways to discover the filmmaker's perspectives of any given movie.

  • 1 - In the film In Bruges (2008) before Ken jumps off the roof of the bell tower he drops a handful of coins. These are the same coins from an earlier scene where the ticket-taker refuses his short change and forces him to use a 50 euro bill.
    In the film In Bruges (2008) before Ken jumps off the roof of the bell tower he drops a handful of coins. These are the same coins from an earlier scene where the ticket-taker refuses his short change and forces him to use a 50 euro bill.

Bruges Hidden Details

The fog plays an important role.

Cast and Details

Here are the full cast and crew of Bruges. The goofs, crazy credits, and trivia they have performed may have not taken your attention. Some are hidden for a reason, while others randomly forgotten.

Genre Documentary, Short