Guillaume Canet’s Acclaimed Mystery TELL NO ONE Arrives on Blu This December

MUSIC BOX FILMS HOME ENTERTAINMENT ANNOUNCES

Tell No One

A BRUTAL CRIME. A MAN ACCUSED. BUT NOTHING IS WHAT IT SEEMS…

GUILLAUME CANET’S ACCLAIMED MYSTERY–THE TOP-GROSSING FOREIGN FILM IN THE U.S. IN 2008– RETURNS TO BLU-RAY AND DVD

ON DECEMBER 4, 2012

“Looking over my earlier list of the year’s 20 best, I see no thrillers nearly as exciting as Tell No One.” –Roger Ebert, CHICAGO SUN-TIMES

“A labyrinth in which to get lost…It was even better the second time.” – Stephen Holden, THE NEW YORK TIMES

“One of the summer’s most satisfying movie experiences.” – Richard Schickel, TIME MAGAZINE

“Hot-blooded, haunting and packed with the pleasures of the unexepected.” – Peter Travers, ROLLING STONE

  Filmmaker Guillaume Canet’s engrossing TELL NO ONE starring Francois Cluzet, Marie-Josée Croze and Kristin Scott Thomas returns to Blu-ray and DVD to cast its seductive and suspenseful spell on unsuspecting audiences hungry for a juicy thriller. A tale of a grieving widower who is drawn back into the mystery of his wife’s brutal murder years earlier when he receives an eerie communiqué that suggests she may still be alive, the acclaimed TELL NO ONE is a first rate chiller and puzzler in the tradition of the finest works of Alfred Hitchcock and Orson Welles.

Based on Harlan Coben’s international bestseller, which sold more than 6 million copies worldwide, TELL NO ONE’s tale casts its shadow on widowed pediatrician Alexandre Beck (Francois Cluzet), who continues to grieve over the savage murder of his wife Margo (Marie-Josée Croze) eight years earlier. Mourning gives way to mystery when Alex receives an anonymous email and video link that seems to suggest Margot is somehow still alive and sending a message to her husband to “tell no one.” Soon after two bodies are uncovered near the location where Margot’s body was found and the police reopen the case. Once again considered as a suspect, the distraught Alex sets off on his own to unravel the mystery behind the emails, the video link and his wife’s murder—if, indeed, she was murdered at all….

Music Box Films Home Entertainment will release TELL NO ONE on Blu-ray and DVD on December 4 (prebook October 30) for the specially reduced suggested retail prices of $19.95 and $14.95, respectively.

TELL NO ONE was the winner of four César Awards in its native France, including the prizes for Best Actor, Best Director Best Editing, while also claiming the prestigious Lumiere Award for Best Film. In the U.S., TELL NO ONE was an unqualified critical and commercial triumph: It garnered an impressive 93% rating from the critics, with 99 positive notices out of 106 published reviews, and then rang up more than $6 million at the domestic box office, making it one of the year’s top-grossing foreign language films in the U.S.

With its rich, taut direction and marvelously perplexing screenplay by director/co-writer Canet (whose latest film is the international smash Little White Lies) and a marvelous ensemble cast that includes French movie icons Jean Rochefort (Pardon Mon Affaire), Nathalie Baye (La Balance) and André Dussollier (Un Coeur en Hiver), TELL NO ONE is the mystery-thriller that everyone is talking about.

 

 

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