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In My Father's Den (2004) (Blu-Ray) (*)
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$25.99

Screened, competed or awarded at:
British Independent Film Awards
Toronto International Film Festival
Other Film Festival Awards


Language Selections:
English ( Dolby DTS-HD Master Audio )
English ( Dolby Linear PCM )
German ( Dolby DTS-HD Master Audio )
German ( Dolby Linear PCM )


Product Origin/Format:
Germany ( Blu-Ray/Region A/B/C )

Running Time:
128 min

Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen (2.35:1)

Special Features:
Behind the scenes
Cast/Crew Interview(s)
Commentary
Deleted Scenes
Interactive Menu
Scene Access
Short Film
Trailer(s)


Movie filmed in 2004 and produced in:
New Zealand ( Australia, New Zealand )
United Kingdom ( Great Britain, Ireland )


Directed By:
Brad McGann


Written By:
Maurice Gee
Brad McGann


Actors:
Matthew Macfadyen ..... Paul Prior
Miranda Otto ..... Penny
Emily Barclay ..... Celia Steimer
Colin Moy ..... Andrew
Jimmy Keen ..... Jonathon
Jodie Rimmer ..... Jackie
Toby Alexander ..... Paul as a teenager
Vicky Haughton ..... Ms Seagar
Nicholas Hayward ..... Andrew as a teenager
Liam Herbert ..... Andrew as a child
Vanessa Riddell ..... Iris
Asher Emanuel ..... Paul as a child
Matthew Chamberlain ..... Jeff
Peter Hishon ..... Vet
Mabel Wharekawa ..... Winnie (as Mabel Burt)


Synopsis:
This intelligently crafted, penetrating drama travels in the footsteps of such masterpieces as The Myth of Fingerprints, In the Bedroom, and The Son's Room by detailing an indigenous, scarred family's attempt to heal from age-old wounds. The haunting story begins with war journalist Paul (Matthew MacFadyen), who returns to his childhood home to bury his father. Although few words are spoken, the pain and resentment of past traumas continue to sear and burn in Paul's mind, and become rapidly evident via Paul's struggles to interact normally with his brother (Colin Moy) and eerily laconic sister-in-law (the celebrated Miranda Otto). Upon moving into a local cottage, Paul feels somewhat validated and encouraged when he inadvertently (and innocently) befriends a teenager, Celia (Emily Barclay), an intelligent girl with a love of books who starts to borrow volumes from Paul's personal library; they share a distaste for the community and its people, and a difficulty with social adjustment. But when Celia goes missing, and all fingers in the narrow-minded, gossip-ridden small town point in Paul's direction, the bough starts to break for the young man. In an effort to clear the accusations, Paul starts an informal investigation, from which the unspoken secrets of his family's past and the mystery of Celia's absence will ultimately dovetail into a tragic discovery.

A disillusioned war journalist's return home is blighted when he becomes implicated in the mysterious disappearance of a teenage girl he has befriended.

This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 06 June, 2010.

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