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

BBFC


2010
15
10th December
Somewhere

Directed by

Starring

Stephen Dorff
Chris Pontius
Erin Wasson
Alexandra Williams
Nathalie Fay
Kristina Shannon
Karissa Shannon
John Prudhont
Ruby Corley
Angela Lindvall
Maryna Linchuk
Meghan Collision
Jessica Miller
Elle Fanning
Lala Sloatman
Rene Roca
Aurlien Wiik
Lauren Hastings
Amanda Anka
Ellie Kemper
Brian Gattas
Randa Walker
Sylvia Desrochers
Christopher James Taylor
Silvia Bizio
Noel De Souza
Lisa Lu
Alexander Nevsky
Aida Takla
Emanuel Levy
H.J. Park
Jordu Schell
Joey Rocket
Jack Firman
Io Bottoms
Paul Greene
Eliza Coupe
Nicole Trunfio
Timothy Starks
Mary McNeal
Ferruccio Calamari
Antonio Bracciani
David Borella
Nunzio Alfredo Pupi DAngieri
Jo Champa
Greta Zamparini
Stefano Fiorentino
Laura Chiatti
Giorgia Surina
Simona Ventura
Nino Frassica
Valeria Marini
Maurizio Nichetti
Paola Turani
Marica Pellegrinelli
Martina Chiriaco
Jennifer Iacono
Angela Lanotte
Sylvia Lucia Tauro
Philip Pavel
Romulo Laki
Damin Delgado
Laura Ramsey
Nathalie Love
Caitlin Keats
David Jean Thomas
Peter McKernan
Patrick McKernan
C.C. Sheffield
Ray Garcia
Jack Abernethy
Peter Arpesella
Brooke Bickford
Christina Blevins
Robert Scott Crane
Rich Delia
Benicio Del Toro
Alden Ehrenreich
Stephanie Ellis
Yeena Fisher
Jennifer Gall
Sonja Kinski
David Light
Taylor Locke
Dean Mauro
Julia Melim
Libby Mintz
Susanna Musotto
Eric Naroyan
Katie Nehra
Becky ODonohue
King Orba
Rachael Riegert
Robert Schwartzman
Jennifer Sky
Tom Spano
Paul Vasquez
Pleasant Wayne
Matthew Winter

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Movie details
UK total gross
£288,689
4525
Somewhere
4526

UK BBFC Certificate: 15

Popular in: United States

UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 8

Weeks on box office: 2

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
8N
£125,581
£125,581
11
£71,797
£288,689
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