12 certificateWimbledon is a Film programme that first aired in 2004 and has been classified a 12 certificate.

Wimbledon is a 3 star programme

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Wimbledon (2004)

Directed by
Richard Loncraine

Romantic comedy from the makers of Notting Hill. Paul Bettany (pictured) stars as Peter Colt, the British no-hoper tennis star who was ranked 119th in the world and whose misfortune on the court is only matched by his bad luck in love. Colt is ready to retire and is on the verge of taking a coaching job when he gains a wild-card entry to Wimbledon.

On the eve of the championship, he bumps into the young brash hot-shot, American tennis star, Lizzie Bradbury (Kirsten Dunst, pictured), who is taking part in her first Wimbledon. Lizzie's controlling father Dennis Bradbury (Sam Neill) is pushing her all the way to becoming a success, but she falls for Colt, helping him regain his drive and make unprecedented progress at Wimbledon. Will Colt's good fortune hold out long enough for him to lift the prestigious trophy?

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Genre: Film

Running Time: 120 minutes (approx)

Production Year: 2004

3/5 Stars

Classification: 12 Certificate

Filmed in Colour


Image for Kirsten DunstKirsten Dunst...Lizzie Bradbury
Image for Paul BettanyPaul Bettany...Peter Colt
Kyle Hyde...Monte Carlo Opponent
Image for Robert LindsayRobert Lindsay...Ian Frazier
Celia Imrie...Mrs. Kenwood
Penny Ryder...Mrs. Littlejohn
Annabel Leventon...Mrs. Rossdale
Amanda Walker...Country Club Tennis Lady
Image for James McAvoyJames McAvoy...Carl Colt
Image for Bernard HillBernard Hill...Edward Colt
Eleanor Bron...Augusta Colt
Marina Morgan...Hotel Receptionist
Barry Jackson...Danny Oldham
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau...Dieter Prohl
Image for Sam NeillSam Neill...Dennis Bradbury