The Outfit

Chicago, 1956. Former Savile Row tailor Leonard (Mark Rylance) has relocated to the Windy City after a personal tragedy. He is gifted with the infinite capacity to create bespoke suits with precision, patience and care. These beautiful suits soon catch the eye of the only customers who can afford them: a family of gangsters. Leonard in turn demonstrates a loyalty to this band of criminals, led by head of the family Roy Boyle, turning a blind eye to their private discussions on his shop floor and the mysterious packages they leave there for collection. However, the gang begins to take advantage of Leonard’s gentle, accommodating nature – and over the course of one night, after two killers knock on his door in need of a favour, Leonard and his assistant Mable (Zoey Deutch) find themselves embroiled deeper than they could ever have imagined.
Graham Moore’s debut feature as a director is a taut and twisted huis clos anchored by a brilliant Mark Rylance as a craftsman who knows the meaning behind each snip of his scissors and just might have a few tricks up his sleeve ...
by Graham Moore
with Mark Rylance, Zoey Deutch, Dylan O’Brien, Johnny Flynn, Nikki Amuka Bird, Simon Russell Beale, Alan Mehdizadeh
USA 2021 English 106’ Colour World premiere


  • Mark Rylance (Leonard)
  • Zoey Deutch (Mable)
  • Dylan O’Brien (Richie)
  • Johnny Flynn (Francis)
  • Nikki Amuka Bird (Violet)
  • Simon Russell Beale (Roy)
  • Alan Mehdizadeh (Monk)


Director Graham Moore
Screenplay Graham Moore, Jonathan McClain
Cinematography Dick Pope
Editing William Goldenberg
Music Alexandre Desplat
Sound Sophie O’Neill
Production Design Gemma Jackson
Costumes Ashleigh Lennox
Make-Up Maria Gerolama Sale
Assistant Director George Every
Production Manager Jack Cornelius Knott
Producers Ben Browning, Ashley Fox, Milan Popelka, Alison Cohen, Amy Jackson, Scoop Wasserstein
Executive Producer Alison Cohen
Co-Producers Nell Green, Elizabeth Siegal

Produced by

FilmNation Entertainment

Scoop Productions/Unified Theory

Graham Moore

The author has won several awards for his screenplay for The Imitation Game, including the 2015 Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay. His bestselling novels “The Holdout”, “The Last Days of Night” and “The Sherlockian” have been published in 24 countries and translated into 19 different languages. The Outfit is his debut film as a director. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife Caitlin and their dog Janet.


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Bio- & filmography as of Berlinale 2022