Trailer: Michael Caine & Harvey Keitel Star In Youth

Winner of Best Film, Best Actor (Michael Caine) and Best Director (Paolo Sorrentino) at the European Film Awards 2015 and nominated for Best Supporting Actress (Jane Fonda) and Best Original Song (“Simple Song #3”) at the Golden Globe Awards 2016 comes Youth.

From the acclaimed director of Academy Award-winning The Great Beauty, Paolo Sorrentino, comes drama Youth. Released in UK cinemas on 29th January 2016, Youth stars British icon Michael Caine as retired composer Fred, who stays at a Swiss spa to get his health back on track, along with his good friend, film director Mick (Harvey Keitel). Rachel Weisz stars as Fred’s daughter, Lena; Jane Fonda stars as Brenda Morel; while Paul Dano shines as rock star Jimmy Tree.

Synopsis: Springtime. Fred (Michael Caine) and Mick (Harvey Keitel), two old friends now approaching eighty, are on vacation together in an elegant hotel at the foot of the Alps. Fred, a composer and conductor, is now retired. Mick, a film director, is still working.

The two friends know that their time is quickly running out, and they decide to face their future together. They look with curiosity and tenderness on their children’s confused lives, Mick’s enthusiastic young writers, and the other hotel guests, all of whom, it seems, have all the time that they lack. And while Mick scrambles to finish the screenplay for what he imagines will be his last important film, Fred, who gave up his musical career long ago, has no intention of returning to it. But someone wants at all costs to hear his compositions and to see him conduct again.

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From the acclaimed director of Academy Award-winning The Great Beauty, Paolo Sorrentino, comes drama Youth

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1

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$33,010,01714,236$33,010,017
2

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$12,011,35543,530$166,333,562
3

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$9,236,35073,548$132,779,259
4

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$6,534,58043,462$63,834,565
5

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$5,556,67992,729$298,487,090
6

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$4,215,49132,557$26,887,472
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$3,580,33223,007$11,604,572
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$2,376,04471,805$102,724,187
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$2,313,34881,746$510,634,826
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UK Box Office

#FilmWeekend GrossWeeks on Release# of CinemasGross to Date
1

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£5,085,5201600£5,085,520
2

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£2,833,2971629£2,833,297
3

1917

£2,271,5285692£35,888,252
4

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£1,397,3871137£1,397,387
5

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£1,000,6284481£13,098,674
6

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£530,3393519£5,089,472
7

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£503,2562479£1,175,439
8

Jumanji: The Next Level

£391,3109462£34,830,746
9

The Gentlemen

£351,3236333£11,057,892
10

Little Women

£305,0337452£20,800,556