Darkest Hour




Menceritakan tentang awal-awal Perang Dunia ke 2 dimana nasib Eropa Barat tergantung dari Perdana Menteri Inggris yang baru saja ditunjuk Winston Churchill (Gary Oldman). Dalam beberapa hari saja, ia harus mengambil keputusan yang berat antara bernegosiasi dengan Hitler atau bertaham dan melawan demi kemerdekaan. Sementara itu Nazi terus masuk ke Eropa Barat dan Winston Churchill harus bertahan mesti Rajanya sendiri agak tidak percaya dengannya serta partainya sendiri yang juga melawannya.


Aka: Les heures sombres (France) | Die dunkelste Stunde (Germany) | El instante más oscuro (Spain) | O Destino de uma Nação (Brazil) | Tamsiausia valanda (Lithuania)

AspectRatio: 1.85 : 1

Awards: Won 2 Oscars. Another 50 wins & 76 nominations.

Budget: $30,000,000

Cast: Gary Oldman / Kristin Scott Thomas / Ben Mendelsohn / Lily James / Ronald Pickup / Stephen Dillane / Nicholas Jones / Samuel West / David Schofield / Richard Lumsden / Malcolm Storry / Hilton McRae / Benjamin Whitrow / Joe Armstrong / Adrian Rawlins / David Bamber / Paul Leonard / David Strathairn / Eric MacLennan / Philip Martin Brown / Demetri Goritsas / Jordan Waller / Alex Clatworthy / Mary Antony / Bethany Muir / Anna Burnett / Jeremy Child / Brian Pettifer / Michael Gould / Paul Riddell / Robin Pearce / Michael Bott / Oliver Broche / Mario Hacquard / Pip Torrens / Edmund Wiseman / Hannah Steele / Nia Gwynne / Adé Dee Haastrup / James Eeles / Flora Nicholson / Bronte Carmichael / Roisin O'Neill / John Locke / Jo Neary / Richard Glover / Tom Ashley / Joshua Higgott / Imogen King / Miles Gallant / Faye Marsay / John Atterbury / James Harkness / Joshua James / Charley Palmer Rothwell / Patsy Ferran / Sarah Flind / Steffan Donnelly / Kieran Buckeridge / Clive Aitkins / Clare Almond / David Olawale Ayinde / Antony Barlow / Michael Barron / Christopher Ben / Annarie Boor / Stephen T Box / John Byrne / Michael Deighton / Nigel Eaton / Mike Firth / David Gambier / Shane Griffin / Richard Gumm / Cris Haris / Michael Haydon / Justin Hayward / Adolf Hitler / Zak Holland / Ruth Horrocks / Nick Howden-Steenstra / Tobias James-Samuels / Angelique Joan / Davey Jones / Keith Lomas / Marian Lorencik / Martyn Mayger / Robert McLanachan / Andy Mihalache / Johnny Mindlin / Paul A Munday / Hugh O'Brien / Perry J. O'Halloran / Yves O'Hara / Niall D O'Loughlin / Richard Peter O'Sullivan / Johnny Otto / Ian Ray-White / Andrew Reed / Lewis Reynolds / Nig Richards / James Thomas Scott / Janette Sharpe / Nick Simons / John Skerritt / Danny Stewart / Neil Swift / Sam Thompson / Kevin Winkley

CastAndCharacter: Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill / Kristin Scott Thomas as Clemmie / Ben Mendelsohn as King George VI / Lily James as Elizabeth Layton / Ronald Pickup as Neville Chamberlain / Stephen Dillane as Viscount Halifax / Nicholas Jones as Sir John Simon / Samuel West as Sir Anthony Eden / David Schofield as Clement Atlee / Richard Lumsden as General Ismay / Malcolm Storry as General Ironside / Hilton McRae as Arthur Greenwood / Benjamin Whitrow as Sir Samuel Hoare / Joe Armstrong as John Evans / Adrian Rawlins as Air Chief Marshall Dowding / David Bamber as Admiral Ramsay / Paul Leonard as Admiral Dudley Pound / David Strathairn as President Roosevelt / Eric MacLennan as Tom Leonard / Philip Martin Brown as Sawyers / Demetri Goritsas as Cabinet Secretary Bridges / Jordan Waller as Randolph Churchill / Alex Clatworthy as Diana Churchill / Mary Antony as Mary Churchill / Bethany Muir as Sarah Churchill / Anna Burnett as Pamela Churchill / Jeremy Child as Lord Stanhope / Brian Pettifer as Lord Kingsley Wood / Michael Gould as Lord Londonderry / Paul Riddell as House of Commons Speaker / Robin Pearce as Ernle Hastings / Michael Bott as Equerry / Oliver Broche as Reynaud / Mario Hacquard as Daladier / Pip Torrens as BBC Producer / Edmund Wiseman as Actor / Hannah Steele as Abigail Walker / Nia Gwynne as Alice Simpson / Adé Dee Haastrup as Marcus Peters / James Eeles as Maurice Baker / Flora Nicholson as Jessie Sutton / Bronte Carmichael as Young Girl on Tube / Roisin O'Neill as Agnes Dillon / John Locke as Oliver Wilson / Jo Neary as Margaret Jerome / Richard Glover as Brigadier Nicholson / Tom Ashley as Ramsay Staffer / Joshua Higgott as Reporter / Imogen King as Teenage Girl at Tube Map / Miles Gallant as Naval Map-Room Officer / Faye Marsay as Sybil / John Atterbury as Sir Alexander Cadogan / James Harkness as AD Nicholl (Secretary #1) / Joshua James as W D Wilkinson (Secretary #2) / Charley Palmer Rothwell as Christopher Wilson (Photographer) / Patsy Ferran as Maid / Sarah Flind as Cook / Steffan Donnelly as Back Bencher / Kieran Buckeridge as Cecil Beaton / Clive Aitkins as Member of Parliament / Clare Almond as Member of Parliament / David Olawale Ayinde as Civilian / Antony Barlow as Labour MP / Michael Barron as Member of Parliament / Christopher Ben as Sir Robert Tasker / Annarie Boor as Londoner / Stephen T Box as Duff Cooper (information minister) / John Byrne as Ambassador / Michael Deighton as Member of Parliament / Nigel Eaton as Member of Parliament / Mike Firth as Labour MP / David Gambier as WWII Sailor / Shane Griffin as Young Couple / Richard Gumm as Cabinet Minister / Cris Haris as Downing St KB / Michael Haydon as London Refugee / Justin Hayward as George the Cook / Adolf Hitler as Himself / Zak Holland as Civilian / Ruth Horrocks as Downing Street Passer By / Nick Howden-Steenstra as Sentry / Tobias James-Samuels as Houses of Parliament / Angelique Joan as French girl / Davey Jones as Soldier / Keith Lomas as Conservative MP / Marian Lorencik as Businessman / Martyn Mayger as Conservative MP / Robert McLanachan as Labour MP / Andy Mihalache as John Parker - MP / Johnny Mindlin as Radio Operator / Paul A Munday as Worker / Hugh O'Brien as Rear Admiral / Perry J. O'Halloran as British Soldier / Yves O'Hara as Artist / Niall D O'Loughlin as French Dignitary / Richard Peter O'Sullivan as MP / Johnny Otto as Member of Parliament / Ian Ray-White as Conservative Front Bench MP / Andrew Reed as The Marquess of Hartington / Lewis Reynolds as Reporter / Nig Richards as Opposition MP / James Thomas Scott as Conservative MP / Janette Sharpe as Civilian / Nick Simons as Politician / John Skerritt as Paramedic / Danny Stewart as Dowager's Son / Neil Swift as Churchill's Security / Sam Thompson as Boy on Bike / Kevin Winkley as Member of Parliament…

CastAndCharacterAsUrl: Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill / Kristin Scott Thomas as Clemmie / Ben Mendelsohn as King George VI / Lily James as Elizabeth Layton / Ronald Pickup as Neville Chamberlain / Stephen Dillane as Viscount Halifax / Nicholas Jones as Sir John Simon / Samuel West as Sir Anthony Eden / David Schofield as Clement Atlee / Richard Lumsden as General Ismay / Malcolm Storry as General Ironside / Hilton McRae as Arthur Greenwood / Benjamin Whitrow as Sir Samuel Hoare / Joe Armstrong as John Evans / Adrian Rawlins as Air Chief Marshall Dowding / David Bamber as Admiral Ramsay / Paul Leonard as Admiral Dudley Pound / David Strathairn as President Roosevelt / Eric MacLennan as Tom Leonard / Philip Martin Brown as Sawyers / Demetri Goritsas as Cabinet Secretary Bridges / Jordan Waller as Randolph Churchill / Alex Clatworthy as Diana Churchill / Mary Antony as Mary Churchill / Bethany Muir as Sarah Churchill / Anna Burnett as Pamela Churchill / Jeremy Child as Lord Stanhope / Brian Pettifer as Lord Kingsley Wood / Michael Gould as Lord Londonderry / Paul Riddell as House of Commons Speaker / Robin Pearce as Ernle Hastings / Michael Bott as Equerry / Oliver Broche as Reynaud / Mario Hacquard as Daladier / Pip Torrens as BBC Producer / Edmund Wiseman as Actor / Hannah Steele as Abigail Walker / Nia Gwynne as Alice Simpson / Adé Dee Haastrup as Marcus Peters / James Eeles as Maurice Baker / Flora Nicholson as Jessie Sutton / Bronte Carmichael as Young Girl on Tube / Roisin O'Neill as Agnes Dillon / John Locke as Oliver Wilson / Jo Neary as Margaret Jerome / Richard Glover as Brigadier Nicholson / Tom Ashley as Ramsay Staffer / Joshua Higgott as Reporter / Imogen King as Teenage Girl at Tube Map / Miles Gallant as Naval Map-Room Officer / Faye Marsay as Sybil / John Atterbury as Sir Alexander Cadogan / James Harkness as AD Nicholl (Secretary #1) / Joshua James as W D Wilkinson (Secretary #2) / Charley Palmer Rothwell as Christopher Wilson (Photographer) / Patsy Ferran as Maid / Sarah Flind as Cook / Steffan Donnelly as Back Bencher / Kieran Buckeridge as Cecil Beaton / Clive Aitkins as Member of Parliament / Clare Almond as Member of Parliament / David Olawale Ayinde as Civilian / Antony Barlow as Labour MP / Michael Barron as Member of Parliament / Christopher Ben as Sir Robert Tasker / Annarie Boor as Londoner / Stephen T Box as Duff Cooper (information minister) / John Byrne as Ambassador / Michael Deighton as Member of Parliament / Nigel Eaton as Member of Parliament / Mike Firth as Labour MP / David Gambier as WWII Sailor / Shane Griffin as Young Couple / Richard Gumm as Cabinet Minister / Cris Haris as Downing St KB / Michael Haydon as London Refugee / Justin Hayward as George the Cook / Adolf Hitler as Himself / Zak Holland as Civilian / Ruth Horrocks as Downing Street Passer By / Nick Howden-Steenstra as Sentry / Tobias James-Samuels as Houses of Parliament / Angelique Joan as French girl / Davey Jones as Soldier / Keith Lomas as Conservative MP / Marian Lorencik as Businessman / Martyn Mayger as Conservative MP / Robert McLanachan as Labour MP / Andy Mihalache as John Parker - MP / Johnny Mindlin as Radio Operator / Paul A Munday as Worker / Hugh O'Brien as Rear Admiral / Perry J. O'Halloran as British Soldier / Yves O'Hara as Artist / Niall D O'Loughlin as French Dignitary / Richard Peter O'Sullivan as MP / Johnny Otto as Member of Parliament / Ian Ray-White as Conservative Front Bench MP / Andrew Reed as The Marquess of Hartington / Lewis Reynolds as Reporter / Nig Richards as Opposition MP / James Thomas Scott as Conservative MP / Janette Sharpe as Civilian / Nick Simons as Politician / John Skerritt as Paramedic / Danny Stewart as Dowager's Son / Neil Swift as Churchill's Security / Sam Thompson as Boy on Bike / Kevin Winkley as Member of Parliament…

CastAsUrl: Gary Oldman / Kristin Scott Thomas / Ben Mendelsohn / Lily James / Ronald Pickup / Stephen Dillane / Nicholas Jones / Samuel West / David Schofield / Richard Lumsden / Malcolm Storry / Hilton McRae / Benjamin Whitrow / Joe Armstrong / Adrian Rawlins / David Bamber / Paul Leonard / David Strathairn / Eric MacLennan / Philip Martin Brown / Demetri Goritsas / Jordan Waller / Alex Clatworthy / Mary Antony / Bethany Muir / Anna Burnett / Jeremy Child / Brian Pettifer / Michael Gould / Paul Riddell / Robin Pearce / Michael Bott / Oliver Broche / Mario Hacquard / Pip Torrens / Edmund Wiseman / Hannah Steele / Nia Gwynne / Adé Dee Haastrup / James Eeles / Flora Nicholson / Bronte Carmichael / Roisin O'Neill / John Locke / Jo Neary / Richard Glover / Tom Ashley / Joshua Higgott / Imogen King / Miles Gallant / Faye Marsay / John Atterbury / James Harkness / Joshua James / Charley Palmer Rothwell / Patsy Ferran / Sarah Flind / Steffan Donnelly / Kieran Buckeridge / Clive Aitkins / Clare Almond / David Olawale Ayinde / Antony Barlow / Michael Barron / Christopher Ben / Annarie Boor / Stephen T Box / John Byrne / Michael Deighton / Nigel Eaton / Mike Firth / David Gambier / Shane Griffin / Richard Gumm / Cris Haris / Michael Haydon / Justin Hayward / Adolf Hitler / Zak Holland / Ruth Horrocks / Nick Howden-Steenstra / Tobias James-Samuels / Angelique Joan / Davey Jones / Keith Lomas / Marian Lorencik / Martyn Mayger / Robert McLanachan / Andy Mihalache / Johnny Mindlin / Paul A Munday / Hugh O'Brien / Perry J. O'Halloran / Yves O'Hara / Niall D O'Loughlin / Richard Peter O'Sullivan / Johnny Otto / Ian Ray-White / Andrew Reed / Lewis Reynolds / Nig Richards / James Thomas Scott / Janette Sharpe / Nick Simons / John Skerritt / Danny Stewart / Neil Swift / Sam Thompson / Kevin Winkley

Certification: Argentina:Atp | Australia:PG | Brazil:12 | Canada:PG (Alberta) | Canada:PG (British Columbia) | Canada:G (Quebec) | Denmark:11 | Finland:K-12 | France:Tous publics | Germany:6 | Greece:K-12 | Hong Kong:IIA | Hungary:12 | India:UA | Indonesia:13+ | Ireland:PG | Italy:T | Japan:G | Lithuania:N-13 | Luxembourg:6 | Malaysia:P13 | Mexico:B | Netherlands:9 | New Zealand:PG | Norway:9 | Philippines:PG-13 | Portugal:M/12 | Russia:16+ | Singapore:PG | South Africa:7-9 | South Africa:10-12 (DVD rating) | South Korea:12 | Spain:A | Sweden:11 | Switzerland:12 | Taiwan:PG-12 | Thailand:13 | Turkey:G | United Kingdom:PG | United States:PG-13

Color: Color

Company: Perfect World Pictures

CompanyAsUrl: Perfect World Pictures

Country: United Kingdom / United States

CountryAsUrl: United Kingdom / United States

Description: In May 1940, the fate of Western Europe hangs on British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, who must decide whether to negotiate with Adolf Hitler, or fight on knowing that it could mean a...

Director: Joe Wright

DirectorAsUrl: Joe Wright

Genre: Biography / Drama / History / War

GenreAsUrl: Biography / Drama / History / War

Language: English / French / German

LanguageAsUrl: English / French / German

Location: Wentworth Woodhouse, Wentworth, South Yorkshire, England, UK

LocationAsUrl: Wentworth Woodhouse, Wentworth, South Yorkshire, England, UK

Locations: Wentworth Woodhouse, Wentworth, South Yorkshire, England, UK / (Buckingham Palace) / Bicester Aerodrome, Bicester, Oxfordshire, England, UK / (Aircraft shots) / Manchester Town Hall, Albert Square, Manchester, Greater Manchester, England, UK / Ministry of Defence - Horseguards Avenue, London, England, UK / (Externals) / Abington Street Gardens, Westminster, London, England, UK / (Chamberlain and Halifax plot their resignations) / John Rylands Library, University of Manchester, Manchester, England, UK / (Scene following meeting with the French ambassador.) / Fort Amherst, Chatham, Kent, England, UK / (Calais Fortress sequence) / Greenwich, London, England, UK / St Stephen's Hall, UK Parliament, Westminster, London, England, UK / Chartwell House, Sevenoaks, England, UK / (features in the telegram sequence which sees Churchills' secretary receive a telegram at Buckingham Palace) / Fort Amherst, Kent, England, UK / (features as the location for both General Ramsay's Operations HQ and the Calais Garrison) / Houses of Parliament, Westminster, London, England, UK / (Internals) / Ealing Studios, Ealing, London, England, UK / (war cabinet scenes) / Brodsworth Hall, Brodsworth, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, England, UK / (interiors standing in for 10 Downing Street) / Warner Bros. Studios, Leavesden, Hertfordshire, England, UK / (House of Commons) / Manchester, England, UK / 10 Downing Street, London, England, UK / (exterior view) / UK / Westminster Hall, Palace of Westminster, London, England, UK / (May 10- May 13 caption)

Mpaa: PG-13

Plot: During World War II, as Adolf Hitler's awesomely powerful Wehrmacht rampages across Europe, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Neville Chamberlain, is forced to resign, recommending Winston Churchill as his replacement. But even in his early days as the country's leader, Churchill is under pressure to commence peace negotiations with the German dictator or to fight head-on the seemingly invincible Nazi regime, whatever the cost. However difficult and dangerous his decision may be, Churchill has no choice but to shine in the country's darkest hour. Written by Nick Riganas

PlotKeywords: king-george-vi-character / winston-churchill-character / world-war-two / dunkirk / london-england

Poster: https://m.media-amazon.com/images/M/[email protected]_V1_UY1200_CR90,0,630,1200_AL_.jpg

Rating: 7.4

ReleaseDate: 04 Jan 2018 (Singapore)

Runtime: 125 min

SoundMix: Dolby Atmos

Tagline: Never, never, never surrender.

Title: Darkest Hour

TrailerAsUrl: https://www.imdb.com/video/imdb/vi3915626777/

Url: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt4555426/

UserReview: 552

Votes: 138,315

Writer: Anthony McCarten

WriterAsUrl: Anthony McCarten

Year: 2017

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