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20th Century Women
Theatrical Performance (US$)
South Korea Box Office $250,534Details
Worldwide Box Office $6,792,549Details
Home Market Performance
North America DVD Sales $249,762 Details
Total North America Video Sales $249,762
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A determined single mother in her mid-50s who is raising her adolescent son, Jamie at a moment brimming with cultural change and rebellion. Dorothea enlists the help of two younger women in Jamie’s upbringing — Abbie, a free-spirited punk artist living as a boarder in the Fields’ home, and Julie, a savvy and provocative teenage neighbor.


Movie Details

South Korea Releases: September 11th, 2017 (Special Engagement)
September 27th, 2017 (Wide)
Video Release: March 28th, 2017 by Lionsgate Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for sexual material, language, some nudity and brief drug use.
(Rating bulletin 2434 (Cert #50558), 7/20/2016)
Running Time: 118 minutes
Keywords: California, 1970s, Coming of Age, Single Parent, Culture Clash
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: Modern People, A24, Annapurna Pictures, Archer Gray Productions
Production Countries: United States


Annette Bening    Dorothea
Elle Fanning    Julie
Greta Gerwig    Abby
Lucas Jade Zumann    Jamie
Billy Crudup    William
Alia Shawkat    Trish
Curran Walters    Matt
Waleed Zuaiter    Charlie
Darrell Britt Gibson    Julian
Alison Elliott    Julie’s Mother
Thea Gill    Abbie’s Mother
Vitaly A. Lebeau    Young Jamie
Olivia Hone    Julie’s Sister
Nathalie Love    Cindy
Cameron Protzman    Teen in Therapy
Victoria Bruno    Teen in Therapy
John Billingsley    Abbie’s OBGYN
Cameron Gellman    Mark
Finnegan Bell    Brian
Zoe Nanos    Tanya
Lauren Foley    Michelle
Daniel Dorr    Abbie’s Friend
Gareth Williams    Fire Chief
J. Francisco Rodriguez    Fireman
Zoe Worth    Planned Parenthood Worker
Finn Roberts    Tim Drammer
Laura Slade Wiggins    Lynette Winters
Rick Gifford    Police Officer
Paul Tigue    Jamie’s School Principal
Matthew Foster    Dorothea’s Bank Manager
Kirk Bovill    Dorothea’s Dinner Guest
Victoria Hoffman    Dorothea’s Dinner Guest
Christina Andrea Offley    Dorothea’s Dinner Guest
Randy Ryan    Dorothea’s Dinner Guest
Diana Bostan    William’s Woman
Toni Gaal    William’s Woman
Tanya Young    William’s Woman
Hans-Peter Thomas    Abbie’s NYC Boyfriend
Kai Lennox    Reporter/Abbie’s Future Husband
Paul Messinger    Santa Barbara City Official
Eric Wentz    Emergency Room Doctor
Samantha Gros    Emergency Room Nurse
Britt Sanborn    Emergency Room Nurse
Alexis Milan Turner    Girls Choir
Catherine Zelinsky    Girls Choir
Boyce Buchanan    Girls Choir
Kyle Olivia Green    Girls Choir
Sam Marsh    Girls Choir
Antonia Marie Vivino    Girls Choir
Sara Pelayo    Girls Choir
Annabelle Lee    Girls Choir
Avi Boyko    “Phlask” (Club Band)
Tyler Leyva    “Phlask” (Club Band)
Cameron Simon    “Phlask” (Club Band)
Christopher Carroll    Pharmacist
Hayden Gold    Julie’s Hesher Friend
Alex Wexo    Julie’s Stepdad
Peter Mason    Bi Plane Pilot
Padraic Cassidy    Drafting Office Manager
Matthew Cardarople    Bartender
Toni Christopher    Woman at Bar
Jesse Sanes    “Snake Fang” (House Party Band)
Sam Bosson    “Snake Fang” (House Party Band)
Ian Logan    “Snake Fang” (House Party Band)
Patrick Pastor    “Snake Fang” (House Party Band)
Trent Bowman    Ramp Skater
Justin Rivera    Ramp Skater
Desmond Shepherd    Ramp Skater
Joshua Burge    Abbie’s Friend

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Mike Mills
Screenwriter    Mike Mills
Producer    Megan Ellison
Producer    Anne Carey
Producer    Youree Henley
Executive Producer    Chelsea Barnard
Director of Photography    Sean Porter
Editor    Leslie Jones
Production Designer    Chris Jones
Music Supervisor    Howard Paar
Composer    Roger Neill
Costume Designer    Jennifer Johnson
Casting Director    Laura Rosenthal
Casting Director    Mark Bennett

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2017/09/29 11 $45,432   96 $473   $78,241 3
2017/10/06 14 $37,247 -18% 43 $866   $173,520 4
2017/10/13 19 $15,936 -57% 37 $431   $217,796 5
2017/10/20 23 $8,422 -47% 23 $366   $234,154 6

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Box Office
Australia 5/12/2017 $3,684 2 33 204 $352,201 7/31/2017
Netherlands 4/20/2017 $62,317 38 40 239 $342,235 6/14/2017
North America 12/25/2016 $111,200 4 650 2050 $5,664,763
Portugal 2/17/2017 $33,528 17 22 53 $90,966 4/7/2017
South Korea 9/27/2017 $0 0 96 199 $250,534 11/10/2017
Thailand 6/29/2017 $4,173 1 1 7 $16,587 8/16/2017
United Kingdom 2/10/2017 $75,263 14 14 14 $75,263 2/15/2017
Worldwide Total$6,792,549 11/10/2017

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