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Year: 2016
Original Title: Christine
Length: 119 minutes
Genre: Biography, Drama
Studios: Borderline Films
Distributor: Curzon Artificial Eye
Age rating: Suitable only for 15 years and over
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Release Dates

United Kingdom: January 27 2017

United States: October 14 2016


Ranking: 9,357 out of 15,992 movies (up 1500)


7.4 by 5 media


Based on fact reals, the drama of Antonio Campos tells the true history of news reporter who lives in Florida and, in 1974, decides to take her own life on air. Christine (Rebecca Hall) has always been the smartest worker that could have been in the room at a small town news station, relentless in her pursuit of an on air position. However, she always has to face his boss, starring by Tracy Letts, who pushes for juicier stories that will drive up ratings. Her news about the social justice doesn't interest. Christine is full of doubts, and her situation is worst because of the complicated home life that she has. Everything change when she begins to rise with her co-worker (Michael C. Hall), that will become, finally, in an unrequited love. Disillusioned, the life of Christine will be darker in this point and will decide take her own life on air. Hide full plot... Show full plot


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Trivia Christine

Screenwriter Craig Shilowich was drawn to the story of Christine Chubbuck because like her, he had gone through depression in his late teens and early twenties. One of the two features about Christine Chubbuck that premieres at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival. The other one is the docudrama 'Kate Plays Christine' directed by Robert Greene.