Belfast Full Movie Analysis: Story, Cast, Release Date, Budget, Box Office Collection, Review, Ratings & More

Belfast film

Belfast is a 2021 Hollywood English language drama comedy-drama film directed by Kenneth Branagh. It is produced by Laura Berwick, Kenneth Branagh, Becca Kovacik Tamar Thomas under the banners of Yash Northern Ireland Screen TKBC. The film star Caitríona Balfe, Judi Dench, Jamie Dornan, Ciarán Hinds, Colin Morgan, and, Jude Hill are in title roles. The music was composed by Van Morrison.

Belfast had its global debut on September 2, 2021, at the 48th Telluride Film Festival, and won the People’s Choice Award at the 2021 Toronto International Film Festival. Focus Features released the film theatrically in the United States on November 12, 2021, and Universal Pictures will distribute it in the United Kingdom and Ireland on January 21, 2022.

Belfast (2021) Full Movie Analysis: Release Date, Storyline, Plot, Cast, Actors Salary, Actors Net Worth, Budget, Box Office Collection, Day wise Collection, Trailer, Songs, Awards, Review, Ratings & More

Directed byKenneth Branagh
Star CastCaitríona Balfe
Judi Dench
Jamie Dornan
Ciarán Hinds
Colin Morgan
Jude Hill
Produced byLaura Berwick
Kenneth Branagh
Becca Kovacik
Tamar Thomas
Northern Ireland Screen
Written/Story byKenneth Branagh
CinematographyHaris Zambarloukos
Edited byÚna Ní Dhonghaíle
Music byVan Morrison
Distributed byFocus Features (United States)
Universal Pictures (International)
CountryUnited States
Release date2 September 2021 (Telluride)
21 January 2022 (Ireland & United Kingdom)
Running time97 minutes
Budget$ 20-25 million
Box officeest. $ 10.2 million

Belfast Movie Storyline

The movie is set in Belfast in the summer of 1969, and it revolves on Buddy, a brown haired youngster who is enjoying an every-fantasy boy’s boyhood on the verge of colliding with the reality of adulthood. Buddy’s happy jaunt around his bucolic working-class neighbourhood is disrupted and turned upside down by a violent crowd roaring all around corner: “the problems” of Ireland have arrived to his block.

The partisan rhetoric of faith and nationalistic are digging back and turn distinction in to the strain and stress into ruination, despite the near society. Majority of the family members are Protestant as well as the other quarter are Catholic. Soon after, the walkway laying stones were pulled up to erect a temporary wall, local sentries patrolled the points at the end of the street, and a posse, essentially a group of hooligans operating a criminal enterprise, was formed to keep order and “purify” the area.

Belfast Movie Budget

Belfast is made on the budget of $ 20-25 million all inclusive.

CostCost Amount
Production CostNA
Prints and AdvertisementNA
Total Cost$ 20-25 million Approx.

Belfast Movie Box Office Collection

Belfast made its global debut on September 2, 2021, at the Telluride Film Festival, where it became the most often shown film of the year. It also received the People’s Choice Award at the 2021 Toronto International Film Festival on September 12, 2021. 

Belfast was expected to generate roughly $1 million in its first weekend in the United States and Canada from 588 theatres. It went on to earn $1.8 million in its first weekend, placing it ninth at the box office. It averaged $3,111 per venue, making it one of the best indie totals of 2021; 73 percent of the audience was over 35. The film’s second weekend box office took a 47 percent drop to $940,000. The picture grossed $1.3 million during the five-day Thanksgiving weekend, including $958,770 in its third weekend, putting it in 11th place. The picture had a great opening weekend in the United Kingdom and Ireland, grossing $3.1 million.

WeekNet Collection
Week 1 Collection$ 1.5 million
Week 2 Collection$ 960k 
Week 3 Collection$ 940k
Total 1 Month Collection$ 4 million
Overall CollectionAmount
US Nett$6  million
US Gross$ 7.1 million
Overseas$ 3.1 million
Worldwide Collection$ 10.2 million
Verdict Average

Belfast has earned $10.2 million globally as of January 23, 2022, including $7.1 million in the United States and Canada and $3.1 million in other regions. Belfast movie has done overall box office collection of estimated $623.33 million.

Belfast Cast, Crew, Role, Salary,Remuneration & Net Worth

Here are the complete details of actors and actresses names in the movie.

1. Jude Hill as Buddy

Jude Hill as Buddy
Info Buddy
Real Name Jude Hill 
Salary Per MovieNot Known
Net Worth$50K- $1 million

2.Caitríona Balfe as “Ma”, Buddy’s mother

Caitríona Balfe as "Ma", Buddy's mother
Info “Ma”, Buddy’s mother
Real Name Caitríona Balfe 
Salary Per Movie $55,000 
Net Worth $2 million

3. Jamie Dornan as “Pa”, Buddy’s father

Jamie Dornan as "Pa", Buddy's father
Info “Pa”, Buddy’s father
Real Name Jamie Dornan 
Salary Per Movie $250,000
Net Worth $14 million

4. Judi Dench as “Granny”, Buddy’s grandmother

Judi Dench as "Granny", Buddy's grandmother
Info “Granny”, Buddy’s grandmother
Real Name Judi Dench 
Salary Per MovieNot Known
Net Worth $45million

5. Ciarán Hinds as “Pop”, Buddy’s grandfather

Ciarán Hinds as "Pop", Buddy's gra
Info “Pop”, Buddy’s grandfather
Real Name Ciarán Hinds 
Salary Per Movie $3000
Net Worth $02 million

6. Lewis McAskie as Will, Buddy’s older brother

Lewis McAskie as Will, Buddy's older brother
Info Will, Buddy’s older brother
Real Name Lewis McAskie
Salary Per MovieNot Known
Net WorthNot Known

7. Colin Morgan as Billy Clanton

Colin Morgan as Billy Clanton
Info Billy Clanton
Real Name Colin Morgan
Salary Per Movie $2 million
Net Worth $4 million

8. Lara McDonnell as Moira

Lara McDonnell as Moira
Info Moira
Real Name Lara McDonnell 
Salary Per MovieNot Known
Net Worth $ 500k

9. Gerard Horan as Mackie

 Gerard Horan as Mackie
Info Mackie
Real Name Gerard Horan
Salary Per MovieNot Known
Net Worth $1,008,000

10. Drew Dillon as Mr Kavanagh

Drew Dillon as Mr Kavanagh
Info Mr Kavanagh
Real Name Drew Dillon 
Salary Per Movie $1,000,000
Net Worth $1 million

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Belfast Movie Review

In a nutshell, it’s a timeless narrative, a pleasant and very well bringing storey that blends harsh and beautiful to draw out both via conflict. It’s a colourful celebration of all items Irish with just enough of a cockney accent to be understandable; it’s cleverly identity to avoid coming across as egotistical or aggressive to the others; and it avoids the story’s more controversial political consequences. It’s kind of like a Northern Ireland end show. A music including neighbourhood idol Van Morrison’s heartfelt melodies, conventional yet always new, ties everything together. 

Just at chance of contradicting my thesis and also being charged of sentimentality, I’ll say it: as entertaining as it is, this movie is far from flawless. However, the critique it requires is not pessimism, but rather a greater focus on the finer points of craft and need for deeper introspection in order to escape the traps of a too easy, and hence careless, sentimentality.

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