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Directed By
Produced By
Cean Chaffin
Steve Golin
Distributed By
Polygram Filmed Entertainment
Country
U.S.A.
Mexico
Language
English
Cantonese
German
Release Date
September 12, 1997
Runtime
2 Hour And 8 Minutes
Rating
R (U.S.A.)
15 (U.K.)
AA (Ontario, Canada)
M (Australia) (DVD Rating)
Budget
$50,000,000(estimated)
Gross
Domestic:
$48,265,581
Worldwide:
$109,365,581


The Game is a 1997 American film directed by David Fincher, written by John Brancato and Michael Ferris, and produced by Ceán Chaffin and Steve Golin. It is distributed by Polygram Filmed Entertainment and released on September 12, 1997 in theaters.

Plot SynopsisEdit

Nicholas Van Orton (Michael Douglas) is a successful investment banker who is about to celebrate his 48th birthday which is the age at which his father committed suicide. His brother, Conrad (Sean Penn), shows up unexpectedly with an unusual gift. He gives Nicholas a card for Consumer Recreation Services. After he visits the CSR offices strange things begin to happen to him. Is it just a game or something more?

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