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Australia

Moulin Rouge's Baz Luhrman and Nicole Kidman reteam for this epic that pays homage to their homeland. In Australia, Lady Sarah Ashley (Kidman) is a prim and proper Englishwoman who journeys to Australia in the years before World War II reached the country's shores. She is determined to have her estranged husband sell his cattle ranch to a monopoly-craving businessman named King Carney (Bryan Brown), but when she arrives, Lord Ashley is dead, and her plan to sell the ranch changes when she sees an employee named Fletcher (David Wenham) cheating her husband's business and mistreating a young boy named Nullah (Brandon Walters) because he is of mixed race. Urged on by both pride and a sense of justice, Lady Ashley wants to drive her herd of cattle to Darwin so she can sell them to the troops, but she'll require the help of an independent cowboy (fellow Aussie Hugh Jackman) to get them there.

Special Features:

  • Two Deleted Scenes:
  • What about the Drove?
  • Angry Staff Serve Dinner

A Good Year

London banker Max Skinner (Russell Crowe) is a cutthroat workaholic who cares only about winning and making money. During his rise to the top, Max has forgotten the important life lessons that his favourite uncle, Henry (Albert Finney), taught him during summers at his vineyard in Provence. Estranged from Henry for years, Max is surprised to learn that his uncle has passed away and as his closest living relative, he is set to inherit the estate, La Siroque. True to form, Max heads down to Provence for a quick visit in order to assess the value of the property with dollar signs in his eyes. Once immersed in Henry’s world and the charm of La Siroque, Max begins to remember his visits and how much Henry and those summers meant to him. Other surprises--including a budding romance with fetching local cafe owner Fanny Chenal (Marion Cotillard) and a visit from a young American claiming to be Henry’s illegitimate daughter (Abbie Cornish)--prolong Max’s visit, making Provence more and more difficult to resist. Can Max be content leaving his fast-paced life in London for lazy days in a French vineyard? Or will he sell his estate to the highest bidder, memories and all, and return to his hectic lifestyle? Crowe shows his softer-side--and even throws in some physical comedy--as a man revisiting his past and considering his future. Finney is a charmer as Henry in flashback scenes (where Freddie Highmore plays a young Max) that establish his character’s joie de vivre and the tender relationship shared between uncle and nephew.

Special Features:

  • Postcards From Provence
  • Behind-the-Scenes
  • Experience A Feature-Length Hybird of Video Featurettes
  • Audio Commentary by Director/Producer Ridley Scott and Screenwriter Marc Klein
  • 3 Russell Crowe Music Videos and More!
Certificate:
12
Actor:
Russell Crowe

Albert Finney

Nicole Kidman

Hugh Jackman

David Wenham

Bryan Brown

Jack Thompson

Essie Davis

Iain Williams

David Gulpilil

Brandon Walters

Archie Panjabi

Richard Coyle

Ali Rhodes

Tom Hollander

Didier Bourdon
Director:
Baz Luhrmann
Region:
2
Aspect Ratio:
16:9 Anamorphic Wide Screen
Number of Discs:
2
Main Language:
English
studio:
20th Century Fox

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Australia

Moulin Rouge's Baz Luhrman and Nicole Kidman reteam for this epic that pays homage to their homeland. In Australia, Lady Sarah Ashley (Kidman) is a prim and proper Englishwoman who journeys to Australia in the years before World War II reached the country's shores. She is determined to have her estranged husband sell his cattle ranch to a monopoly-craving businessman named King Carney (Bryan Brown), but when she arrives, Lord Ashley is dead, and her plan to sell the ranch changes when she sees an employee named Fletcher (David Wenham) cheating her husband's business and mistreating a young boy named Nullah (Brandon Walters) because he is of mixed race. Urged on by both pride and a sense of justice, Lady Ashley wants to drive her herd of cattle to Darwin so she can sell them to the troops, but she'll require the help of an independent cowboy (fellow Aussie Hugh Jackman) to get them there.

Special Features:

  • Two Deleted Scenes:
  • What about the Drove?
  • Angry Staff Serve Dinner

A Good Year

London banker Max Skinner (Russell Crowe) is a cutthroat workaholic who cares only about winning and making money. During his rise to the top, Max has forgotten the important life lessons that his favourite uncle, Henry (Albert Finney), taught him during summers at his vineyard in Provence. Estranged from Henry for years, Max is surprised to learn that his uncle has passed away and as his closest living relative, he is set to inherit the estate, La Siroque. True to form, Max heads down to Provence for a quick visit in order to assess the value of the property with dollar signs in his eyes. Once immersed in Henry’s world and the charm of La Siroque, Max begins to remember his visits and how much Henry and those summers meant to him. Other surprises--including a budding romance with fetching local cafe owner Fanny Chenal (Marion Cotillard) and a visit from a young American claiming to be Henry’s illegitimate daughter (Abbie Cornish)--prolong Max’s visit, making Provence more and more difficult to resist. Can Max be content leaving his fast-paced life in London for lazy days in a French vineyard? Or will he sell his estate to the highest bidder, memories and all, and return to his hectic lifestyle? Crowe shows his softer-side--and even throws in some physical comedy--as a man revisiting his past and considering his future. Finney is a charmer as Henry in flashback scenes (where Freddie Highmore plays a young Max) that establish his character’s joie de vivre and the tender relationship shared between uncle and nephew.

Special Features:

  • Postcards From Provence
  • Behind-the-Scenes
  • Experience A Feature-Length Hybird of Video Featurettes
  • Audio Commentary by Director/Producer Ridley Scott and Screenwriter Marc Klein
  • 3 Russell Crowe Music Videos and More!
Certificate:
12
Actor:
Russell Crowe

Albert Finney

Nicole Kidman

Hugh Jackman

David Wenham

Bryan Brown

Jack Thompson

Essie Davis

Iain Williams

David Gulpilil

Brandon Walters

Archie Panjabi

Richard Coyle

Ali Rhodes

Tom Hollander

Didier Bourdon
Director:
Baz Luhrmann
Region:
2
Aspect Ratio:
16:9 Anamorphic Wide Screen
Number of Discs:
2
Main Language:
English
studio:
20th Century Fox
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