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BBFC reference AFF262785
Category
THE BOOK OF ELI
Feature Film
Classified 06 January, 2010 .
Run Time 117m 32s

Consumer Advice:Contains strong violence and language

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This work was passed with no cuts made.

The main spoken language in this work is English.

Directed by The Hughes Brothers
The cast for this work includes: Denzel Washington, Mila Kunis, Gary Oldman, Michael Gambon, Tom Waits, Ray Stevenson, Jennifer Beals, Frances de la Tour, Evan Jones, Joe Pingue, Malcolm McDowell.

When submitted to the BBFC the work had a running time of 117m 32s.
The running time of this film was calculated from the measured length of 10577+10 ( feet + frames ).

This work was submitted to the BBFC by Entertainment Film Dists Ltd .

A film or video, together with associated trailers may exist in several versions and all versions known to the BBFC are listed below.

CategoryTypeDateCompanyRun TimeCutTitle
FilmTrailerFilmTrailer28/08/2009Entertainment Film Dists Ltd2m 1sTHE BOOK OF ELI
FilmTrailerFilmTrailer30/10/2009Entertainment Film Dists Ltd1m 43sTHE BOOK OF ELI
FilmFilm06/01/2010Entertainment Film Dists Ltd117m 32sTHE BOOK OF ELI
VideoTrailerVideoTrailer22/01/2010Sony DADC UK Limited1m 55sTHE BOOK OF ELI
VideoTrailerVideoTrailer22/01/2010Sony DADC UK Limited1m 55sTHE BOOK OF ELI
VideoTrailerVideoTrailer22/01/2010Sony DADC UK Limited1m 38sTHE BOOK OF ELI
VideoTrailerVideoTrailer22/01/2010Sony DADC UK Limited1m 38sTHE BOOK OF ELI
VideoTrailerVideoTrailer22/01/2010Sony DADC UK Limited1m 55sTHE BOOK OF ELI
VideoTrailerVideoTrailer25/01/2010Sony DADC UK Limited0m 58sTHE BOOK OF ELI
VideoVideo22/04/2010Entertainment in Video Ltd112m 48sTHE BOOK OF ELI
VideoVideo28/04/2010Entertainment in Video Ltd112m 50sTHE BOOK OF ELI
Details are likely to be more complete and accurate for the version submitted most recently.
When a film is transferred to video the running time will be shorter by approximately 4% due to the differing number of frames per second. This does not mean that the video version has been cut or re-edited.
This entry was last updated 13/04/2011
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