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1917

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119 min | Drama, Thriller, War

At the height of the First World War, two young British soldiers are given a seemingly impossible mission. In a race against time, they must cross enemy territory and deliver a message that will stop a deadly attack on hundreds of soldiers.

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Cast

Notable Cast
Dean-Charles ChapmanDean-Charles Chapman...Lance Corporal Blake
George MacKayGeorge MacKay...Lance Corporal Schofield
Daniel MaysDaniel Mays...Sergeant Sanders
Colin FirthColin Firth...General Erinmore
Pip CarterPip Carter...Lieutenant Gordon
Andy ApolloAndy Apollo...Sergeant Miller
Paul TintoPaul Tinto...NCO Baker
Josef DaviesJosef Davies...Private Stokes
Billy PostlethwaiteBilly Postlethwaite...NCO Harvey
Gabriel AkuwudikeGabriel Akuwudike...Private Buchanan
Andrew ScottAndrew Scott...Lieutenant Leslie
Spike LeightonSpike Leighton...Private Kilgour
Robert MaaserRobert Maaser...German Pilot
Gerran HowellGerran Howell...Private Parry
Adam HugillAdam Hugill...Private Atkins
Mark StrongMark Strong...Captain Smith
Richard McCabeRichard McCabe...Colonel Collins
Benjamin AdamsBenjamin Adams...Sergeant Harrop
Anson BoonAnson Boon...Private Cooke
Kenny FullwoodKenny Fullwood...Private Rossi
Tommy FrenchTommy French...Private Butler
Nabhaan RizwanNabhaan Rizwan...Sepoy Jondalar
Ryan NolanRyan Nolan...Private Malky
Elliot BaxterElliot Baxter...Private Singer

Awards

Notable Wins
Guillaume Rocheron, Greg Butler, Dominic Tuohy...Best Achievement in Visual Effects
Mark Taylor, Stuart Wilson...Best Achievement in Sound Mixing
Roger Deakins...Best Achievement in Cinematography

Box Office

(2019) U.S. Dollars
Budget...$95,000,000
Opening weekend...$576,216
Gross (US & Canada)...$159,227,644
Gross (World)...$384,858,994

Poster

U.S. Version

Sources

Additional Content
Cast Photos...IMDb
Box Office...IMDb Pro
Poster...Universal Pictures
Awards...The 92nd Academy Awards (2020)
Studio...DreamWorks / Universal
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