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Cargo (2011)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $0Details
International Box Office $313,230Details
Worldwide Box Office $313,230
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A young Russian woman, smuggled into America by human traffickers, and a notorious Egyptian transporter, hired to drive her from the Mexican border to New York City, form an unlikely bond that transforms them and threatens to derail the traffickers’ plans.


Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

All Time International Box Office (Rank 8,001-8,100) 8,067 $313,230
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 13,201-13,300) 13,273 $313,230
All Time International Box Office for R Movies (Rank 2,101-2,200) 2,171 $313,230
All Time Worldwide Box Office for R Movies (Rank 3,701-3,800) 3,713 $313,230

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$4,200,000
Domestic Releases: October 21st, 2011 (Limited) by Persona Films
MPAA Rating: R for language, some violence and brief nudity.
(Rating bulletin 2233, 7/25/2012)
Running Time: 86 minutes
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Keywords: Foreign Language, Kidnap, Prostitution, Sex Crimes, Immigration, Organized Crime
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Persona Films
Production Countries: United States

Leading Cast


Supporting Cast

Philip Willingham    Lukasz

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Production and Technical Credits

Yan Vizinberg    Screenwriter
Lee Peterkin    Screenwriter
Abigail Honor    Producer
Chris Cooper    Producer
Yan Vizinberg    Producer
Yan Vizinberg    Director of Photography
Michael Whalen    Composer
Abigail Honor    Editor

Unlimited Number of Limited Releases Compete for Limited Audiences

October 21st, 2011

This week more than a dozen limited releases are being released, which is far too many. This level of competition means even films with great reviews, high name recognition among the cast, and strong advance buzz could struggle to find an audience. There are a number of films that have at least two of those three key ingredients, including Martha Marcy May Marlene and Oranges and Sunshine. Hopefully these two, and a few others, will find a receptive audience in limited release. More...

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