Flight 2013


Directed by


Kelly Reilly
Kelly Reilly
Nadine Velazquez
Carter Cabassa
Adam C. Edwards
Tamara Tunie
Brian Geraghty
Conor O'Neill
Charlie E. Schmidt
Will Sherrod
Boni Yanagisawa
Adam Tomei
Dane Davenport
John Crow
Bruce Greenwood
E. Roger Mitchell
Ravi Kapoor
Jill Jane Clements
Tommy Kane
James Badge Dale
Susie Spear Purcell
Philip Pavel
Piers Morgan
Jim Tilmon
Reverend Charles Z. Gardner
Peter Gerety
Tom Nowicki
Jason Benjamin
Ric Reitz
Timothy Adams
Darius Woods
Ron Caldwell
Dylan Kussman
Bethany Anne Lind
Sharon Blackwood
Pam Smith
Garcelle Beauvais
Justin Martin
Shannon Walshe
Rhoda Griffis
Michael Beasley
Ted Hall
Laila Pruitt
Precious Bright
Melissa Leo
Steve Coulter
Ted Huckabee
Gerald Duckworth
Travis Pressley
Anthony W. Allen
Jennifer Olympia Bentley
Candace Blanchard
Nicky Buggs
Cabrenna H Burks
Miller Carbon
Charles Casey
Alonzo Cook
Jonathan Cook
Brian F. Durkin
Thomas Elliott
Holly Firfer
Curtis Gammage
Anthony B. Harris
Bradford Haynes
Anisa Johnson
Tara Jones
Marie Keefe
Zack Kibria
Todd Maynor
Kevin Michael Murphy
Camille Murray
Miles Mussenden
Sean Nix
Christopher Payne
Keith Ratchek
L. Stephanie Ray
Tammy Luthi Retzlaff
Joel Rogers
Timothy Scott
J.T. Seidler
Harley Shellhammer
Al G. Sillah
Tony D Sims
Gregory Marshall Smith
Don Teems
Jermaine Thomas
Jackson Walker
Wayne Webb
Memi West
Amy Wolkis
Jacqueline Marie Zwick
UK BBFC Age Rating:  15 age rating
UK release date UK release: 1st February 2013
UK total gross
United Kingdom Flag  £4.7 Million

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UK BBFC Certificate: 15
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