A Common Man (2013)

 ●  English ● 1 hr 34 mins

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The film starts in a room full of bomb making material and newspaper articles about LTTE bombings in Sri Lanka, the screen then cuts to a typical busy morning in Colombo. "The Man" (Ben Kingsley) plants five bombs around the city; on a public bus, in a shopping mall and the Polgoda police station, on an intercity train, and at the Katukurunda Airfield. The man then establishes his mini control station on top a skyscraper in Dehiwala and calls the police chief Morris Da Silva (Ben Cross) and informs him that if four prisoners are not released, the bombs will be detonated.
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Did you know? "A Common Man" is an award winning movie that won Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actor awards at the Madrid International Film Festival and bronze medal in the Feature Films category at the New York Festivals International Television and Film Awards, three of the 119 Gold World Medals, 145 Silver, 104 Bronze, and 327 Finalist Certificates awarded that day. Read More
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as Morris Da Silva
as The Man
as Akthul Majood
as Officer Ganeshan
as Dilfer
as IP Ranjan
as SP Victor
as Chief Minister
as Chief Secretary
as IP Mohideen
Supporting Actor
as D Gopinath
as Officer Warner
as Aisa
as Pithala Nihal
as Akthul Majood
as Vegetable Seller
as Sunil Master
as Prakash Kumar

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Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
English
Colour Info:
Color
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Stereoscopy:
No
Trivia:
"A Common Man" is an award winning movie that won Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actor awards at the Madrid International Film Festival and bronze medal in the Feature Films category at the New York Festivals International Television and Film Awards, three of the 119 Gold World Medals, 145 Silver, 104 Bronze, and 327 Finalist Certificates awarded that day.

Aaron Taylor-Johnson was offered the lead role but he declined.

Emma Watson and Bella Heathcote were considered the role that went to Sophie Cookson.
Movie Connection(s):
Remake of: A Wednesday (Hindi)