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The first trailer for Four Lions director Chris Morris' second feature film The Day Shall Come has landed online.Thu, 8th August 2019The Day Shall Come trailer: new look at Chris Morris' second movie satire Den of Geek UK
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A brand-new Chris Morris film trailer has dropped, and it looks epic. Albeit a little nonsensical… Morris has been at the forefront of British Satire with films such ...Sun, 11th August 2019The Day Shall Come is given a 15 age rating in the UK for strong language 25thframe
The Day Shall Come is given a 15 age rating in the UK for strong language, sex references, drug misuse. The Day Shall Come is the new film from director Chris ...Wed, 14th August 2019The Day Shall Come review – Chris Morris returns with wild farce The Guardian
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The Day Shall Come is the new film from director Chris Morris and has been given an age rating of 15 in the UK.
The director has not made a film since Four Lions in 2010 so the anticipation for this new offering is quite high especially as that film has gained quite a cult following.
Yet again the film will be a satirical social comedy that probably pushes the boundaries of comedy to the limits.
The film stars Anna Kendrick and Danielle Brooks and is release in the UK on the 11th October 2019.
The BBFC have given the film a 15 certificate for strong language, sex references, drug misuse and it has a runtime of 87 minutes (1 hour and 27 minutes).Link to the BBFC page