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In April 1980, armed gunmen stormed the Iranian Embassy in Princes Gate, London and took all inside hostage. Over the next six days a tense standoff took place, all the while a group of... See more »

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Cast

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Rusty Firmin
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Max Vernon
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Kate Adie
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Dellow
Ben Turner ...
Salim
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Roy
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Faisal
Andrew Grainger ...
Ray
Colin Garlick ...
John Mac
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Tak
William Chubb ...
MI5 Spokesman
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MI6 Spokesman
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Jimmy
Sam Snedden ...
Sim Harris
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Tom Lovett
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Whitelaw's Aide
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Tommo
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Snapper
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Makki
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Clive
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Chris Cramer
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Kartouti
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Max's Daughter
Venice Harris ...
Max's Daughter
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Intelligence Officer
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Trevor
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PC Walker
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Paramedic
David Rumney ...
Signaller
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OB Technician
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Zahra
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ajayshri ...
Caretaker
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Copper 3
Mia Blake ...
Betty
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Imam
Ghazaleh Golbakhsh ...
Nooshin
Marjan Gorgani ...
Female Interpreter
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Bill
Robert Hartley ...
Technician
John Henshaw ...
Police Spokesman
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Tom Morrell
Andy Lawrence ...
SAS Van Driver
Toby Leach ...
Trevor Lock
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Jerry
Alan McElroy ...
Irish Cop
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Hector Gullan
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William Whitelaw
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Colonel Mike Rose
Brady Powell ...
Police Officer
John Ramm ...
Tony Crabb
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Copper
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Male Translator
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Tommy Palmer
Shonn Gregory ...
English policeman (uncredited)
Martyn Mayger ...
Journalist (uncredited)

Directed by

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Toa Fraser

Written by

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Glenn Standring ... ()

Produced by

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Nate Bolotin ... executive producer
Andrew Boswell ... executive producer
Ian Dawson ... executive producer
Peter Hampden ... executive producer
Norman Humphrey ... executive producer
Catherine Madigan ... line producer
Donall McCusker ... line producer
Norman Merry ... executive producer
Matthew Metcalfe ... producer
Gavin Poolman ... executive producer
Andrea Scarso ... executive producer
Glenn Standring ... executive producer
Aram Tertzakian ... executive producer

Music by

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Lachlan Anderson ... composer
David Long

Cinematography by

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Aaron Morton

Film Editing by

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John Gilbert
Dan Kircher

Editorial Department

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Linden Brownbill ... post production engineer
Brendon Chan ... additional editing
James Clarke ... head of di
Craig Jay ... assistant editor
Lisa Jordan ... facility director: Lipsync Post
Josh Kelly ... digital lab operator
Lizzie Newsham ... digital intermediate coordinator
Daphne Tychogiorgou ... assistant editor
Jamie Welsh ... colorist
Alexander Crone ... technical operator (uncredited)
Robert Wareing ... technical operator (uncredited)

Casting By

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Adrian Dentice ... (NZ Casting)
Daniel Hubbard
Suzanne McAleer ... (NZ Casting)
Stevie Ray ... (australian casting)

Production Design by

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Philip Ivey

Art Direction by

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Seth Kelly
Mark Robins ... supervising art director

Set Decoration by

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Daniel Birt

Costume Design by

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Liz McGregor

Makeup Department

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Katie Beveridge ... makeup artist
Diandra Ferreira ... crowd makeup trainee
Susie Glass ... on set supervisor (as Susan Glass)
Deanna Highstead-Jones ... makeup artist (as Deanna Highsted-Jones)
Gabrielle Jones ... makeup and hair designer
Tiveshni Naidoo ... assistant makeup artist

Production Management

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Stephanie Bamberg ... production manager (uk)
Gisela Evert ... post-production supervisor
Donna Pearman ... production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Roger Evans ... extras coordinator: uk
Hamish Gough ... first assistant director (as Hamish McFarlane)
Robyn Grace ... first assistant director: pick ups
Laura Hutton ... second assistant director: pick-ups
Matt Johnston ... third assistant director
Alexandra Jordan ... third assistant director: UK
Katie Tate ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Zahra Archer ... graphic designer
Lucy Bowden ... art finisher
Stuart Daniels ... stand-by props
Brendan Heffernan ... concept artist
Sian Jarrett ... Assistant set dresser
Alani McKenna ... assistant set dresser
Hayden Robinson ... set dresser
Thomas Salpietro ... set dresser
Mark Stephen ... assistant art director / set designer
Samuel Tack ... set finisher
Evan Yarbrough ... illustrator

Sound Department

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Christopher Atkinson ... first assistant sound: uk
Ben Cross ... foley mixer & editor
Robert Farr ... re-recording mixer
Steve Finnigan ... adr recordist
Brian Gilligan ... dialogue editor
James Hayday ... additional re-recording mixer / supervising sound editor
Michael Maroussas ... dialogue editor
Paul Paragon ... production sound mixer: uk
Katie Paterson ... sound assistant
Bruno Seznec ... adr studio
Ben Tat ... dialogue editor
Ian Waggott ... foley artist
Andrew Welk ... adr engineer
Andy Welker ... adr mixer
Tom Whetmore ... second assistant sound: uk

Special Effects by

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Gunner Ashford ... armourer
Dean Clarke ... special effects supervisor
Doug Falconer ... special effects technician
Gary Lall ... ordnance consultant
Justin Stogdale ... special effects technician

Visual Effects by

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Adrian Banton ... digital compositor
Will Broadbent ... cg artist
Luke Butler ... digital compositor
Andres Coron ... cg artist
Belinda Cumming ... visual effects production manager
Paul Driver ... visual effects producer
Simon Edwards ... title designer & animator
Krystal Galley ... compositor
Nikolay Kolev ... digital compositor
Howard Margolius ... senior visual effect technical director: lipsync
Clara Parati ... concept artist: matte painter
Andy Quinn ... compositing supervisor
Karen Wand ... compositor
Ian Ward ... CG Supervisor
George Zwier ... visual effects supervisor

Stunts

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Craig Dunn ... stunt performer
Aron Eastwood ... stunts
Glen Levy ... utility stunts
Steve McQuillan ... stunt coordinator
Hayley Stent ... stunt performer
Jacob Tomuri ... stunt double: Faisal
Min Windle ... stunt performer

Camera and Electrical Department

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Sam Bailey ... first assistant "b" camera
Todd Bilton ... camera operator / director of photography: pick ups
Simon J. Brooks ... Digital Imaging Technician: UK
Stefan Coetzee ... video assist
Ben Foat ... second assistant camera: "b" camera, UK unit
Christian Gower ... digital imaging technician: additional
Callum Grant ... vt operator
Joel Honeywell ... second assistant camera, UK unit, dailies
Hannah Jell ... camera trainee: Prep UK Unit
Ed Lancaster ... key grip: UK
Mark Langlay-Smith ... vt operator
James Malamatinas ... second assistant camera: "a" camera, UK unit
Gary Matthews ... assistant camera / second assistant "b" camera
Paul Molloy ... electrician
Lorena Pagés ... camera trainee
Nicholas Riini ... onset best boy
Gareth Robinson ... key grip
Jacob Slovak ... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Henry West ... first assistant "a" camera

Casting Department

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Sally King ... child crowd casting
Claire Robinson ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Jessie Noakes ... key standby
Emily-Rose Yiaxis ... costume buyer

Location Management

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Chris Bunyan ... location manager: uk
Brett Higginson ... location scout
Owen Hunter ... on-set location manager

Music Department

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Steve Gallagher ... programmer: percussion
Graham Kennedy ... score mixer

Transportation Department

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Mark Beeton ... transportation captain
Glenn Charter ... driver: cast

Other crew

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Guy Barnfield ... head armourer
Ted Cawrey ... legal services: Ingenious Senior Film Fund
Scott Chiplin ... assistant to jamie bell
Sam Dormer ... armorer
Géraldine Feraud-Miniconi ... production runner: uk
Mark Gorman ... unit manager: uk
Di Magee ... financial controller
Chris Miller ... personal trainer
Kate Olive ... production coordinator
Tim Reynolds ... action car coordinator
Simon Roberts ... production staff: Special Projects Team Uniforms and Equipment Advisor
Alison Titulaer ... production runner
Howard Watkins ... head of title design
Gary Wines ... armorer
Jessica Woodland ... assistant production coordinator: UK
Giacomo Farci ... personal trainer to mark strong (uncredited)

Thanks

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James Alexander Waller ... the producers wish to thank (as James Waller)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

In April 1980, armed gunmen stormed the Iranian Embassy in Princes Gate, London and took all inside hostage. Over the next six days a tense standoff took place, all the while a group of highly trained soldiers from the SAS prepared for a raid the world had never seen. Written by GFC

Taglines In the face of terror, a nation will show its strength. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Six Days (United Kingdom)
  • Six Days (World-wide, English title)
  • 6 días (Spain)
  • 6 Dias (Brazil)
  • 6 dni (Poland)
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Runtime
  • 94 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia The SAS used only 30 to 35 soldiers in the raid, but they estimate that more than 10,000 people claim to have taken part. See more »
Goofs When the caretaker is looking at the model, he is escorted by a Sergeant with a full face bushy beard. A Pioneer Sergeant is the only position within the British Army allowed to have a beard. They are responsible for carpentry and joinery, which in the context of the scene, is exactly what he is doing. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Episode dated 2 February 2018 (2018). See more »
Quotes Max Vernon: We can't negotiate in the bloody press!
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