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A Long Way Down

2014
A Long Way Down
Directed by
Pascal Chaumeil
Starring
Imogen Poots
Pierce Brosnan
Toni Collette
Tuppence Middleton
Joe Cole
Diana Kent
Mohammed Ali
George Hewer
Shola Adewusi
Wilhelmina McFadden
Ilan Goodman
Poppy Epstein
Honey Epstein
James Pimenta
Thomas Williamson
Ewa Kropiewnicka
Lewis Asquith
Jono Breen
Katerina Elliott
Alexander Kozlov
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Brave continues to dominate the top of the box office while it's target audience enjoys a long wet summer.

Brave's weekend take is £2,371,691 in it's 4th week of release which brings it's total gross now to £13,259,610. We have to go a long way down the chart to find the highest new film this week, Keith Lemon The Film is that movie coming in at number 5 with £1,196,310.

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Movie details
UK total gross
£920,934
UK top grossing film
3087
3088
A Long Way Down
3089

UK BBFC Certificate: 15

Box Office
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 7

Weeks on box office: 2

Box Office History
Date
Place
Week
Total
7N
£361,901
£361,901
10
£107,538
£741,524
Other Box Office History
4 April 2014
£16,371
11 April 2014
£6,048
18 April 2014
£358
25 April 2014
£1,623
2 May 2014
£427
9 May 2014
£2,566