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Unbroken

Year:
Duration:
137 min
Genres:
Biography | Drama | Sport | War
IMDB rate:
7.1
Director:
Awards:
Nominated for 3 Oscars. Another 10 wins & 23 nominations
Details
Country: USA
Release Date: 2014-12-25
Filming Locations: Fox Studios, Moore Park, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Earnings
Budget: $65,000,000
Opening Weekend: $30,621,445 (USA) (28 December 2014)
Gross: $115,320,845 (USA) (22 February 2015)
Cast
Actor
Character
Jack O'Connell
Jack O'Connell
Unbroken
Domhnall Gleeson
Phil
Garrett Hedlund
Fitzgerald
Takamasa Ishihara
Watanabe
Finn Wittrock
Mac
Jai Courtney
Cup
Maddalena Ischiale
Louise
Vincenzo Amato
Anthony
John Magaro
Tinker
Luke Treadaway
Miller
Louis McIntosh
Harris
Ross Anderson
Blackie
C.J. Valleroy
Young Louie
John D'Leo
Young Pete
Alex Russell
Older Pete
Jordan Patrick Smith
Clift
Spencer Lofranco
Harry Brooks
Stephen J. Douglas
Clarence Douglas
Marcus Vanco
Lambert
Dylan Watson
Engineer (as Dylan James Watson)
Ryan Ahern
Glassman
Ross Langley
Mitchell
Michael Whalley
Stan Pillsbury
Anthony Phelan
Priest
David Roberts
Officer Collier
Sandy Winton
Coach
Jack Marshall
Young Bully
Sean McCarthy
Young Bully
Chris Ovens
Young Bully
Oliver Wright
Young Bully
Kuni Hashimoto
Kwajalein Officer
Shinji Ikefuji
Japanese Translator
Shinji Ogata
Kwajalein Guard
Taka Uematsu
Kwajalein Guard
Taki Abe
Radio Tokyo Man
Matthew McConnell
American P.O.W.
Yutaka Izumihara
Radio Tokyo Man
Chikashi Linzbichler
Japanese Radio Host
Masako Fouquet
Elegant Woman
Keiichi Enomoto
Omori Guard
Jiro Funamoto
Omori Guard
Hisa Goto
Omori Guard
Katsuhito Nojiri
Omori Guard
Katsuichi Shike
Omori Guard
Atsuto Kitanobo
Omori Running Guard
Shingo Usami
Corporal Kono
Hiroshi Kasuga
Naoetsu Guard
Ryuzaburo Naruse
Naoetsu Guard
Yoji Tatsuta
Naoetsu Guard
Allan Gibson
Scot
Travis Jeffery
Scot
Talia Mano
Young Sylvia
Savannah Lamble
Teen Sylvia
Alice Roberts
Young Virginia
Gulliver Page
Waist Gunner
Damien Bryson
Green Hornet Crew
Jesse Turner
Green Hornet Radio Man
Kristopher Bos
P.O.W. Officer
Geoffrey Evans
P.O.W. Officer
Brock Hasting-Booth
Enlisted P.O.W.
Nick Smith
Enlisted P.O.W.
Anthony Craig
P.O.W. in Stress Position
Simon Noonan
P.O.W. in Stress Position
James McEnery
Marine at Airbase
Garrick Parkes
U.S. Naval Officer
Tom Hobbs
Don Lash
Bangalie Keita
Jesse Owens
Brett Clancy
Photographer at Olympics
Nicholas Farris
Pistol Starter at Olympics
Brooklan Frkovic
Olympic Runner
Stephen Stanton
Olympics Radio Announcer (voice)
Matthew Crocker
Australian P.O.W.
Jack Alcock
American P.O.W.
Sarah Alison
Virginia
Yoshinao Aonuma
Kwajalein Guard
Steven Carnuccio
Church Attendee
Connor Clarke
American P.O.W
Andy de Lore
Infirmary P.O.W.
Mathew Hislop
Australian P.O.W
Matt Hurley
US Officer P.O.W.
Joel Knights
British P.O.W. Officer
Katsu Nojiri
Omori Guard
Ben Rossberg
British P.O.W. Officer
Dougal Walker
British P.O.W.
Darren Wyer
Infirmary P.O.W.
Connor Zegenhagen
British Soldier
John Michael Burdon
Man in Stadium (uncredited)
Mitch Christen
British POW (uncredited)
Matt Clayton
US Enlisted POW (uncredited)
Jeremy Costello
Australian P.O.W (uncredited)
Celeste Cotton
Olympic Crowd Member (uncredited)
Conor Fogarty
American POW (uncredited)
Graeme Ford
British P.O.W. (uncredited)
Sean Edward Frazer
US Officer P.O.W. (uncredited)
Akira Fujii
Japanese Athlete (uncredited)
Toby Fuller
Spike Runner (uncredited)
Darren Gallagher
Soldier (uncredited)
Alex Haddad
Berlin Olympics Spectator (uncredited)
Brodie Henson
British P.O.W. (uncredited)
Shane Leckenby
British P.O.W. (uncredited)
Kent Lee
Olympic Spectator / Japanese Olympic Team Member (uncredited)
Stefan Mogel
SS Guard (uncredited)
Beau Paley
American P.O.W. (uncredited)
Sean-Ryan Petersen
Boy (uncredited)
Chris Proctor
James (uncredited)
Jess Terrell
American P.O.W. (uncredited)
Craig Walker
Berlin Olympics Spectator (uncredited)
Ken Watanabe
Omori Officer (uncredited)
Did you know?
Trivia
Actor Takamasa Ishihara (who portrays the cruel Watanabe) had to keep his distance from Jack O'Connell (who portrays Zamperini) on set in order to perform the acts of brutality towards him that were required for his role.
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Universal Studios bought the rights to the story of Louis Zamperini in 1957 in the hope of developing it for Tony Curtis. In later years, Nicolas Cage expressed an interest. The project finally got the green light after Laura Hillenbrand's 2010 book about Zamperini became a best-seller.
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While Zamperini and Phil are floating out at sea on the raft, the picture of a woman that Phil looks at is actually the real photo of his sweetheart and later wife, provided by his daughter to Angelina Jolie during filming.
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Goofs
The national markings of the American transport plane shown near the end of the movie (1945) have a red dot in the middle of the star. That red dot was deleted from American planes in 1942 to avoid any possible confusion with the "hinomaru" red circle used by all Japanese planes.
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The crew fly in their uniforms - they should have been in flight suits.
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In the coal yard, Watanabe forces Louis to pick up a large lumber timber. At one point, he yells, "Pick up! Pick up!" which Loius eventually does. The scene then cuts to various views of the other prisoners watching the scene unfold. These scenes were filmed at the same time because Watanabe can be heard in the audio background saying the same line in exactly the same way.
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Quotes
Older Pete: If you can take it, you can make it.
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Older Pete: A moment of pain, is worth a lifetime of glory.
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Omori officer: [a prisoner hits Louis] Harder!
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Photos from cast
Jack O'Connell Morgan Griffin Sophie Dalah