Billy Elliot

2000

PG-13

110 Min

Billy Elliot

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Director Stephen Daldry delivers a social drama, comedy. A coal mining father from the north English town is in an economic crisis with his job while his son faces a search for his true identity as a ballet dancer with or without his fathers approval.

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N/A
Released:
May 19th, 2000
Revenue:
$110,000,000.00
Country:
USA

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- The musical version of the film, which hit the West End in 2005 to rave reviews and numerous awards and nominations, reportedly cost £5.5 million to make: around £3 million more than the film…More

- Jamie Bell was going through puberty at the time of filming. Some of his dialog had to be post-synched as his voice had broken. And the opening scene in which he jumps up and down on a bed to…More

- The first release from Working Title's low-budget WT2 division.

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