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Falling Down

1993
Falling Down
Directed by
Starring
Robert Duvall
Rachel Ticotin
Tuesday Weld
Frederic Forrest
Lois Smith
Joey Hope Singer
Ebbe Roe Smith
Michael Paul Chan
Raymond J. Barry
D.W. Moffett
Steve Park
Kimberly Scott
James Keane
Macon McCalman
Richard Montoya
Bruce Beatty
Matthew Saks
Agustin Rodriguez
Eddie Frias
Pat Romano
Julian Scott Urena
Karina Arroyave
Irene Olga López
Benjamin Mouton
Dean Hallo
James Morrison
John Fleck
Brent Hinkley
Dedee Pfeiffer
Carole Androsky
Margaret Medina
Vondie Curtis-Hall
Mark Frank
Peter Radon
Spencer Rochfort
Carole White
Russell Curry
John Fink
Jack Kehoe
Valentino D. Harrison
Jack Betts
Al Mancini
John Diehl
Amy Morton
Abbey Barthel
Susie Singer Carter
Wayne Duvall
Valisha Jean Malin
Jeff Behar
Jeffrey Byron
Jorga Caye
Titiksava Karunika Das
Vaiyasaki Das
Caitanya Dasi
Pavani Devi Dasi
Marjorie J. Frazier
Thomas M. Harrigan
Jason Kramer
Deron McBee
Harvey Mrigendra Mechanic
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Movie details
UK total gross
£2,669,174
UK top grossing film
1874
1875
Falling Down
1876

US total gross
£40,903,593
1819
1820
Falling Down
1821

UK BBFC Certificate: 18

Popular in: United Kingdom

Box Office
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 14

Box Office History
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
£1,300,479
£1,300,479
1▲▼
£666,912
£1,967,391
1▲▼
£342,006
£2,309,397
2
£175,388
£2,484,785
5
£89,943
£2,574,728
7
£46,125
£2,620,853
8
£23,654
£2,644,507
9
£12,130
£2,656,637
10
£6,221
£2,662,858
12
£3,190
£2,666,048
12▲▼
£1,636
£2,667,684
13
£839
£2,668,523
13▲▼
£430
£2,668,953
15
£221
£2,669,174