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

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2007
Interview 15 age rating
84 minutes (1 hours 24 minutes)
UK release date 2nd November 2007
US release date 13th July 2007
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Interview

Directed by

Steve Buscemi

Starring

Actor
Character
Pierre Peders
Michael Buscemi
Robert Peders
Tara Elders
Maggie
David Schechter
Maitre'd
Molly Griffith
Waitress
Elizabeth Bracco
Woman at Restaurant
James Villemaire
Man at Restaurant
Jackson Loo
Fan at Restaurant
Craig muMs Grant
Cab Driver
Doc Dougherty
Truck Driver
Donna Hanover
Commentator
Wayne Wilcox
Hunky Actor
Danny Schechter
Political Pundit
Philippe Vonlanthen
Autograph Seeker #1
Yan Xi
Autograph Seeker #2
Steve Sands
Paparazzi
Craig Grant
Paparazzi
JoJo Whilden
Paparazzi
Boyfriend on Phone
Katja Schuurman
Lady in the Limo
Chris T. Margaritis
Door Man

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UK BBFC Certificate: 15
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