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A United Kingdom

A United Kingdom

Directed by

Amma Asante

Starring

Actor
Character
David Oyelowo
Tom Felton
Laura Carmichael
Terry Pheto
Jessica Oyelowo
Vusi Kunene
Nicholas Lyndhurst
Arnold Oceng
Anastasia Hille
Theo Landey
Abena Ayivor
Jack Lowden
Zackary Momoh
Kevin Hand
Ray Burnet
Russell Churcher
Graham Curry
Karl Farrer
Sofia Fisher
Matt Jones
Solomon Taiwo Justified
Attila G. Kerekes
Letsomo La Tshipa
Wesley Lloyd
Merveille Lukeba
João Magalhães
Joseph Makwinja
Tapologo Manche
Sophie Matlapeng
Gareth Matthews
Martyn Mayger
Justice Moilwa
John Mazabathi Mokandla
Donald Molosi
Ookeditse Mosenki
Angelo Napolitano
James Northcote
Gino Picciano
Dean Roberts
Tom Rodgers
Samuel Rush
Motsheresanyi Sefanyetso
Atul Sharma
Kgomotso Delia Tshwenyego
Charlotte Worwood
Oliver Zac Barker
Begona F. Martin
Andrew G. Ogleby
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Year: 2016
UK release date UK release: 25th November 2016
UK total gross
  £2.5 Million

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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£2,512,263
2139
A United Kingdom
2140

Genres
Popular in these countries
  •  South Africa
  •  Ireland
UK Box Office Info

Highest chart position: 6

Weeks on box office: 4

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
A United Kingdom
6N
£618,652
£618,652
11
£241,219
£1,474,757
11▲▼
£150,820
£1,865,194
12
£51,042
£2,074,439
17
£7,730
£2,134,282
17▲▼
£21,153
£2,186,583
16
£27,818
£2,242,573
22
£11,271
£2,301,959
20
£6,429
£2,349,204
22
£6,181
£2,391,532
32
£1,964
£2,408,362
36
£955
£2,425,984
34
£1,582
£2,447,308
33
£318
£2,474,257
34
£448
£2,512,263
US Box Office Info

Highest US chart position: 30

Weeks on US box office: 6

US Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
30N
$187,253
$3,521,425
30▲▼
$187,253
$3,521,425
32
$80,413
$3,696,378
43
$42,591
$3,779,575
50
$18,975
$3,822,673
53
$16,667
$3,856,854
Global Box Office Release Breakdown
No Box Office Release Data
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