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Brexit ()

Brexit: The Uncivil War (original title)
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Political strategist Dominic Cummings leads a popular but controversial campaign to convince British voters to leave the European Union from 2015 up until the present day.

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Dominic Cummings
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Female Consultant
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Male Consultant
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Elizabeth Denham
Oliver Birch ...
Policy Strategist 1
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Policy Strategist 2
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Mary Wakefield
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Douglas Carswell
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Matthew Elliott
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Arron Banks
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Nigel Farage
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Victoria Woodcock
Tim Steed ...
Daniel Hannan
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John Mills
Tim McMullan ...
Bernard Jenkin
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Bill Cash
Henrietta Clemett ...
Lucy Thomas
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Craig Oliver
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Andrew Cooper
Anjana Vasan ...
Magazine Interviewer (as Aniana Vasan)
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Zack Massingham
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Robert Mercer
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Breitbart TV Interviewer
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Focus Group Facilitator
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Robin
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Roger
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Camilla
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Steve
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Sandra
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Shamara
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Michael Gove
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Boris Johnson
Martin Ware ...
Featured Reporter
Kate Spiro ...
Gisela Stuart
Mary Antony ...
Leave Intern Katie
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Leave Intern Ameet
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Geoff
Sophie Stanton ...
Lyndsey
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David Cameron (voice)
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Peter Mandelson (voice)
Ruth Madeley ...
Leave Supporter
Susan Bovell ...
UKIP Supporter
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Hilary Benn ...
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David Cameron ...
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Alistair Darling ...
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Ruth Davidson ...
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Iain Duncan Smith ...
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Krishnan Guru-Murthy ...
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Edward Heath ...
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Tessa Jowell ...
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Neil Kinnock ...
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Norman Lamont ...
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Harold Macmillan ...
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Andrew Marr ...
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Penny Mordaunt ...
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Boris Johnson Staff Member (uncredited)
Cathy Newman ...
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Jon Snow ...
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Bianka Vago ...
Journalist (uncredited)

Directed by

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Toby Haynes

Written by

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James Graham ... (written by)

Produced by

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Peter Gallagher ... co-producer
James Graham ... executive producer
Lynn Horsford ... producer
Juliette Howell ... executive producer
Tessa Ross ... executive producer

Music by

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Daniel Pemberton

Cinematography by

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Danny Cohen ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Matthew Cannings

Editorial Department

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Maria Chamberlain ... additional colourist
Rod Chisholm ... assistant editor
Tom Corbett ... data manager
Zoe Cousins ... digital film bureau
Patryk Czekalski ... editorial trainee
Adam Glasman ... Digital Colourist
Mellissa Lo ... first assistant editor
Gordon Pratt ... digital film bureau
Shaun Richards ... digital intermediate producer
Amy Stockdale ... post-production coordinator
Chloe Warner-Harris ... on-line editor
Russell White ... on-line editor
Mhairi Wyles-Lang ... assistant digital intermediate producer
Aideen Johnston ... additional assistant editor (uncredited)

Casting By

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Nina Gold
Martin Ware

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Ed Turner

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Kevin Woodhouse ... supervising art director

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Sarah Bick

Costume Design by

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Matthew Price

Makeup Department

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Jane McBennett ... hair stylist / makeup artist
Angie Mudge ... hair designer / makeup designer
Debbie Ormrod ... hair supervisor / makeup supervisor
Lucy Oswald ... hair trainee / makeup trainee

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Hanna Haffenden ... third assistant director
Christian Rigg ... second assistant director
Matthew Scrivener ... first assistant director

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Charlie Marie Austin ... graphics assistant
Mark Burgess ... property master
Carla Fernández Díaz ... petty cash buyer
Sara Hayward ... stand by art director
Cliff Lim ... dressing props
David Pearce ... scenic painter
Dean Pearson ... standby props
Matt Reed ... props
Florence Tasker ... graphic designer
Ben Thatcher ... standby prop

Sound Department

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Ben Brazier ... dialogue editor
Robert Brazier ... sound effects editor
Craig Burns ... first assistant sound
Richard Davey ... re-recording mixer
Joe Malone ... second assistant sound
John Mooney ... production sound mixer
Euan Toms ... a.d.r assistant

Special Effects by

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Joe White ... special effects technician

Visual Effects by

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Joe Pavlo ... visual effects supervisor
Richard Van De Steenoven ... digital compositor

Stunts

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Glenn Marks ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Joss Barratt ... still photographer
Rob Carter ... b camera operator/steadicam operator
Joshua Davies ... camera trainee
Charlie Hughes ... second assistant camera: dailies
Thomas Hyde ... electrician
Will Kendal ... best boy
Seán McDermott ... focus puller "a" camera
Angus Mitchell ... camera trainee
Chris G Parker ... electrician: dailies
Elliott Polley ... key grip
Christopher J. Reynolds ... first ac b camera/steadicam
Anastasia Romanchuka ... A 2nd assistant camera
James Starr ... grip "b" camera
Thomas Tann ... electrician
Nick Wall ... unit and specials photographer

Casting Department

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Charlotte Chapman ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Kara Colbeck ... principal costume standby
Talulah Mason ... Costume Standby
Katie J. Newham ... costume supervisor

Location Management

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David Biswell ... assistant location manager
Oliver Knox ... location assistant
Ian Pollington ... location manager
Nick Renner ... assistant location manager

Music Department

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Catherine Grieves ... music supervisor
Alex Gruz ... composer's assistant / music editor

Transportation Department

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Tina Faulkner ... unit driver
Erol Halil ... unit driver
Stuart Morgan ... picture vehicle co-ordinator
Kevin O'Keeffe ... unit driver

Other crew

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Molly Bolt ... script editor
Roisin Carty ... dialect coach
Bryony Chaplin ... production coordinator
Julie Hill ... script clearances
Rebecca Holmes ... assistant: Mr. Cumberbatch
Matt Jackson ... Unit Medic
Shaida Kazemi ... script supervisor: dailies
Vic Keating-Aboud ... production secretary
Daniel Liddiard ... production accountant
Craig Oliver ... political consultant
Tim Powell ... assistant production accountant
Elizabeth Purdy ... assistant accountant
Marinella Setti ... script supervisor
Tim Shipman ... political consultant
Marlene Smith ... production assistant
Luke Tolen ... set PA

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Taglines Meet the Man Who Altered the History of Britain See more »
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Also Known As
  • Brexit (United States)
  • Brexit (United States, English title)
  • Brexit (Spain)
  • Брекзит (Russia)
  • Брексит (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Despite himself being a 'remain' advocate, Benedict Cumberbatch only agreed to do the film after he had been assured by James Graham, who wrote Brexit: The Uncivil War, over a meeting that it is not going to end up being a 'pro-EU stitch-up.' See more »
Goofs Boris Johnson remarks on the use of the real NHS logo on the side of the bus, and asks if they're allowed to use it. But what's shown isn't the real NHS logo - the real one is italic, whereas the one show is not - presumably since the film-makers weren't allowed to use the real one. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Episode #2.8 (2019). See more »
Quotes Dominic Cummings: ...as a global society we are entering a series of profound economic, cultural, social and political transitions, the like of which the world has never seen: massive increase in resource requirements, rising tide of religious extremism, the synthesis of the generational inequalities in the West on an historic level.
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