The Aviator

The Aviator
The Aviator

Year

2004

Duration

163 minutes

Genres

Biopics

Language

English

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Synopsis

Movie mogul; record-breaking aviation enthusiast; playboy companion to the 1930s' most beautiful movie stars; believe it or not, Howard Hughes was all of these things, and here Leonardo DiCaprio brings him to life in Martin Scorsese's ode to the Golden Age of cinema. We follow Hughes as he reaches for every (seemingly) impossible dream, from shooting the most expensive film, to building the world's biggest plane, whilst struggling against his personal demons and obsessive-compulsive disorder. A compelling and fascinating true story told on an epic scale with a big helping of old-school Hollywood glamour.

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12 Classification

Contains one use of strong language and a moderate scene of injury.

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