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Exit No one younger than 15 may see a 15 film in a cinema.

BBFC


2006
15
100 minutes (1 hours 40 minutes)
Exit

Directed by

Peter Lindmark

Starring

Actor
Character
Thomas Skepphult
Alexander Skarsgård
Fabian von Klerking
Samuel Froler
Morgan Nordenstrale
Kirsti Eline Torhaug
Anna Skepphult
Borje Ahlstedt
Wilhelm Rahmberg
Kristina Tornqvist
Louise Rahmberg
Johan Rabaeus
Gabriel Mork
Ia Langhammer
Diana Malm
Henrik Norlen
Åke
Johanna Dickson
Ebba Skepphult
Henrik Noel Olesen
Preben Smed
Hassan Brijany
Ahmed Aalam
Goran Forsmark
Vladimir Dikanski
The Russian
Ulf Friberg
Philip Ceder
Stig Engstrom
Anna's father
Mats Qviberg
Matilda Mork
Helena Collert
Kola Krauze
Bjorn Gedda
Heyes Jemide
Thomas Bagge
Peter Tagtgren
Tor Dickson
Goran Holm
Bolagsstamma deltagare

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UK BBFC Certificate: 15
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We are all taking a deep breath as this weekend approaches but until then Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them makes its fourth weekend at the top while top new film is Office Christmas Part which debuts at number 4.

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