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Suite Francaise

2015
Suite Francaise
Directed by
Saul Dibb
Starring
Kristin Scott Thomas
Eric Godon
Deborah Findlay
Ruth Wilson
Sam Riley
Vincent Doms
Simon Dutton
Diana Kent
Themis Pauwels
Alexandra Maria Lara
Nicolas Chagrin
Clare Holman
Bernice Stegers
Lambert Wilson
Harriet Walter
Paul Ritter
Tom Schilling
Heino Ferch
Niclas Rohrwacher
Matthias Schoenaerts
Luan Gummich
Martin Swabey
Tara Casey
Moritz Heidelbach
Eileen Atkins
Louise Ford
Juliet Howland
Anton Kouzemin
Sascha Migge
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Movie details
UK total gross
£2,186,905
UK top grossing film

UK BBFC Certificate: 15

Popular in: France

Box Office
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 4

Weeks on box office: 3

Box Office History
Date
Place
Week
Total
4N
£503,928
£503,928
7
£268,607
£1,293,408
11
£148,383
£1,760,925
Other Box Office History
3 April 2015
£47,684
10 April 2015
£26,952
17 April 2015
£11,904
24 April 2015
£13,395
1 May 2015
£5,138
8 May 2015
£1,039
15 May 2015
£2,068
22 May 2015
£1,662
29 May 2015
£829