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



Directed by

Oliver Stone


David Bedella
Jessie Kamm
Val Kilmer
Fiona OShaughnessy
Connor Paolo
Patrick Carroll
Brian Blessed
Peter Williamson
Morgan Christopher Ferris
Rob Earley
Aleczander Gordon
Gary Stretch
John Kavanagh
Nick Dunning
Marie Meyer
Mick Lally
Elliot Cowan
Joseph Morgan
Ian Beattie
Jonathan Rhys Meyers
Denis Conway
Neil Jackson
Garrett Lombard
Chris Aberdein
Rory McCann
Michael Dixon
Tim Pigott-Smith
Raz Degan
Erol Sander
Stephane Ferrara
Tadhg Murphy
Jean Le Duc
Francisco Bosch
Annelise Hesme
Tsouli Mohammed
Toby Kebbell
Laird Macintosh
Rab Affleck
Feodor Atkine
Harry Kent
Sam Green
Bin Bunluerit
Jaran Ngamdee
Brian McGrath
Suzanne Bullock
Kate Eloise Whitfield
Gillian Grueber
Michelle Lukes
Anjali Mehra
Anthony Jean Marie Kurt
Marta Barahona
Monica Zamora
Benny Maslov
Tania Matos
Leighton Morrison
Isaac Mullins
Monica Perego
Matthew Powell
Adil Akram
Benjamin Benitez
Anthony James Berowne
Nicolas D. Blake
Max Bollinger
Jason Croot
Fahar Faizaan
Charles Haigh
Abbie Hirst
Charlie Hollway
Rowley Irlam
Joey Jeetun
David Leon
Evelina Manna
Desmond O'Neill
Greg Orvis
Lee Anthony Parnell
Genevieve Redmond
John Reynolds
Peter Rnic
Oliver Stone
John Whitby
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Year: 2005
 175 minutes (2 hrs 55 mins)
UK release date UK release: 7th January 2005
 BBFC Age Rating:  15 age rating
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Highest chart position: 3

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