The British Board of Film Classification today published their verdict on Source Code and, in addition to learning that the film comprises 8389 feet of film, we also get to hear the certificate and the length. So here goes:
Source Code has been judged as a 12A due to its ‘one use of strong language and moderate threat’. It lasts a surprisingly brief 93 minutes (and 13 seconds) but no cuts have been made. This really makes it much, much closer.
Many thanks to Brendon of Bleeding Cool for the heads up!