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The International

2009
The International

Directed by

Starring

Armin Mueller-Stahl
Ulrich Thomsen
Brían F. O'Byrne
Michel Voletti
Patrick Baladi
Jay Villiers
Fabrice Scott
Haluk Bilginer
Luca Barbareschi
Alessandro Fabrizi
Felix Solis
Jack McGee
Nilaja Sun
Steven Randazzo
Tibor Feldman
James Rebhorn
Remy Auberjonois
Ty Jones
Ian Burfield
Peter Jordan
Axel Milberg
Thomas Morris
Oliver Trautwein
Luigi Di Fiore
Verena Schonlau
Laurent Spielvogel
Marita Hueber
Giorgio Lupano
Loris Loddi
Natalia Magni
Dino Conti
Lucian Msamati
Benjamin Wandschneider
Alessandro Quattro
Marco Gambino
Matt Patresi
Tristana Moore
Naomi Krauss
Franco Trevisi
Antonio Santoro
Hakan Boyav
Luca Calvani
Gerolamo Fancellu
Sedat Mert
Tevfik Polat
Darren Pettie
Mike Braun
Michael Bornhütter
Heiko Kiesow
Markus Pütterich
Ronnie Paul
Gerd Grzesczak
Piet Paes
Sigo Heinisch
Georges Bigot
Eric Warren Singer
Federico Pacifici
Brad Holbrook
Jon DeVries
Chris Henry Coffey
Alex Cranmer
Robert Salerno
Nicole Shalhoub
George Aloi
Anders Bramsen
Logan Crawford
Joel Cross
Elli
Resit Berker Enhos
Mayil Georgi
Natalie Gold
Takako Haywood
Lars Joermann
Steven J. Klaszky
Amy Kwolek
Lidia Napoli
Thelma OLeary
Izzy Palmieri
Christa Pasch
Roberta Potrich
Jihane Tamri
Paul Darren Varricchio
Nicolas Walier
Elizabeth Watson
Ricky Watson
Yusuke Yamasaki
Alexander Yassin
Ozcan Ozdemir
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Movie details
UK total gross
£1,982,454
2231
The International
2232

UK BBFC Certificate: 15

Box Office Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 6

Weeks on box office: 3

Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
6N
£760,382
£760,382
9
£423,358
£1,632,035
11
£176,287
£1,982,454