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Black And White No one younger than 15 may see a 15 film in a cinema.

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2002
15
Black And White

Directed by

Craig Lahiff

Starring

Charles Dance
Kerry Fox
David Ngoombujarra
Max Stuart
Colin Friels
Bille Brown
John Gregg
Roy Billing
Garry Waddell
Patrick Duggin
Andrew Martin
Frank Gallacher
Rhys McConnochie
Vincent Ball
Peter Whitford
Donald McDonald
Peter Carroll
Heather Mitchell
Penne Hackforth-Jones
Petru Gheorghiu
Paul Sonkkila
Tim Robertson
Andy Anderson
Nick Readman
Chris Haywood
Edmund Pegge
Scott Harrison
Marshall Napier
Josephine Byrnes
Don Barker
Edwin Hodgeman
Briah Victory
Steve Turner
Bernard Hull
Dylan Lloyd
Kenneth Ken
Maurice Nicholson
Lisa Flanagan
Paul Simpson
Tony Mack
Wojech Pisarek
Phillip Lowe
Roger Newcombe
Chris Duncan
John Leigh Gray
Colleen Cross
Aaron J. March
Chris Koch
Susan Lyons
Natasha Wanganeen

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2nd February 2015

It was Superbowl weekend in America which is usually bad news for the box office but American Sniper still manages to bring in a good weekend gross to stay at the top.

It's third weekend at the top adds another $31.8 million to it's now massive total which is now running at $248.9 million making it by far the biggest movie of the year to date.

With Paddington staying in second place the highest new film of the week is at 3, Project Almanac, which on it's debut weekend takes $8.5 million, it is only $5,000 behind Paddington.

Also new this week is: Black and White at 4 and The loft at 10.