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Slumdog Millionaire 2008 15

120 mins United Kingdom Director. Danny Boyle

Danny Boyle’s critical and commercial smash follows the rags-to-possible-riches of a young man who lives in Mumbai’s slums, whose strong performance on Who Wants to be a Millionaire?, arouses suspicions that he might be cheating. As he recounts his story, however, it becomes clear that key events from his life have helped his success.

The film won eight Oscars, including best picture and best director.

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Directed by

Danny Boyle

Featuring

Anil Kapoor

Freida Pinto

Dev Patel

Genres

Drama

Collection

Oscars - Best Director Oscars - Best Adapted Screenplay Oscars - Best Picture Oscars - Best Cinematography Best of BAFTA Festival Favourites

Certificate

15 Contains strong language and violence

Released

2008

Country

United Kingdom

Language

English

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