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Morgan Spurlock’s “Super Size Me” Returns With a Vengeance

(photo credit: Virgil Films)
(photo credit: Virgil Films)

The Academy Award-nominated Documentary That Blew The Belly Off America’s Fast Food Craze Returns In An All-New Special Edition DVD With More Than An Hour Of Brand New DVD Special Features!!!

Virgil Films & Entertainment Presents
SUPER SIZE ME 6 ½ YEAR ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL EDITION

Available on DVD on September 28, 2010

“Riveting and darkly comic Super Size Me is a whip-smart documentary.”
–Claudia Puig, USA Today

“Two thumbs up!”
–Ebert & Roeper

“Funny and outrageous!”
–Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly

New York, NY (Jul 27, 2010) – On its six and a half anniversary, Virgil Films & Entertainment is proud to present a brand new Special Edition DVD of one of the most popular, successful and talked-out documentaries ever made. Super Size Me (2004) documents how Oscar® nominated filmmaker, Morgan Spurlock, went on a quest to expose the obesity problem facing America and to show how fast food restaurants-the McDonald’s chain, in particular-have played their part in this epidemic. Spurlock’s method? Subsisting solely on meals from McDonald’s for 30 days in a row, forcing himself to eat three McDonald’s meals a day, trying every offering on the chain’s extensive menu at least once, and “super-sizing” his meal if it was offered to him. The final results-coupled with the filmmaker’s ongoing travels across the U.S. to examine the business and culture surrounding the nation’s fast-food industry and to attempt to gain an interview the executives at McDonald’s-are, at the same time, very serious, very personal, and very, very funny! Outfitted with more than one hour of new DVD supplemental features, Super Size Me: Special Edition will be available on DVD on September 28, 2010, for a suggested retail price of $19.99.

Newly produced DVD special features on Super Size Me: Special Edition include the following:
–The 10 most asked questions about the film
–A Morgan Spurlock speaking engagement and Q&A with students at New Jersey’s Rider College

Nominated for an Academy Award® for Best Documentary Feature in 2005, Super Size Me is one of the highest-grossing documentaries of all time, holding its own alongside Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004) and the French nature documentary March of the Penguins (2005). More importantly, Super Size Me is the film that “inspired” McDonald’s to wipe the term “super size” off its menus six weeks after the movie’s premiere (though the fast food giant claims that that the changes had nothing to do with the film). Either way, the impact of Super Size Me across the nation is undeniable and it truly elevates its status to “A Film of Epic Proportions.”
“We were very pleased that high schools and middle schools everywhere began showing Super Size Me in health classes teaching younger kids to make good choices,” states Spurlock. “If we continue to watch our health and diet, we can curb obesity and become a healthier society. Hopefully, through the DVD we can reach many more people.”
Lauded as being “zippy, laugh-out-loud funny, persuasive and at times horrifying” by The Chicago Tribune, “an anti-junk-food screed that manages to entertain even as it informs and alarms” by The Washington Post, “a hugely enjoyable descent into epic gluttony” by Empire Magazine (UK) and as a movie that was “made with obvious passion and humor (and a side of fries)” by Premiere, Super Size Me sunk its teeth into the U.S. before taking a substantial bite out of the world’s marketplace. Following its domestic theatrical release in April, 2004, it rolled out theatrically to more than 40 countries where it became one of the most popular U.S. documentaries to ever dine out in Europe, South America and Asia.
More information can be found at the Virgil Films & Entertainment website, www.VirgilFilmsEnt.com.

Super Size Me – Synopsis:
In 2003, first-time filmmaker Morgan Spurlock decided it was time to take a serious look at the subject of obesity in the United States, focusing on the business and culture surrounding the nation’s fast-food industry. Spurlock-setting out to study the marketing of fast food to American children and unsuccessfully trying to gain an interview with executives at the fast food giant McDonald’s-attempted to become one of his own subjects. The experiment: over a 30-day period from February to the beginning of March, Spurlock documented his experience of living only on items from the McDonald’s menu, forcing himself to eat three McDonald’s meals a day, trying every offering on the chain’s extensive menu at least once, and “super-sizing” his meal if it was offered to him. As a result, the 32-year-old Spurlock went through some seriously frightening changes-as did his weight, body mass, cholesterol, liver-specific fat accumulation, general moods, and sexual urges. As seen here, the results are very serious, very personal-and very, very funny!

About Virgil Films & Entertainment
Virgil Films & Entertainment, formerly Arts Alliance America, was founded in 2003 as Hart Sharp Video by Joe Amodei to develop, acquire, market and distribute DVD product in the theatrical feature film, documentaries, special interest and sports categories. The company has built partnerships with Sundance Channel Home Entertainment, National Geographic Cinema Ventures, ESPN, MLB Productions, Bombo Sports and Entertainment, Morgan Spurlock’s Warrior Poets, and other high profile entertainment brands since their inception. Recent releases from Virgil Films & Entertainment include the award-winning film, Amreeka and We Believe, a story about the devotion between Chicago and the Cubs team. Upcoming releases include Everyman’s War, winner of the 2009 GI Film Festival, and the Michael Imperioli directed The Hungry Ghosts. For more information, please visit: www.VirgilFilmsEnt.com

Super Size Me: Special Edition
Virgil Films & Entertainment
STREET DATE: September 28, 2010
SRP: $19.98 DVD
Genre: Documentary
Cast: Morgan Spurlock, Daryl Isaacs, Lisa Ganjhu, Stephen Siegel, Bridgett Bennett
Director: Morgan Spurlock
Running Time: 96 minutes plus bonus features
Format: 1.85:1 widescreen
Sound Format: Dolby Digital 2.0
Rating: PG-13
Language: English
Media Contact:
Margarita Sophia Cortes, MSOPHIA PR
Margarita@msophiapr.com

The Blood-Squirtingest Collection of Classic Horror & Exploitation Film Trailers Ever Compiled!

Virgil Films & Entertainment Presents

The Blood-Squirtingest, Bone-Crunchingest, Intestine-Shreddingest Collection of Classic Horror and Exploitation Film Trailers Ever Compiled!!!

MAD RONS PREVUES FROM HELL

Available on DVD September 14, 2010

“…and eye-popping potpourri of midnight madness no preview hound can easily ignore.” — FilmFax Magazine

You’ll definitely be playing this a second time after the guests leave.” — Fangoria Magazine

“…offers a continuous onslaught of bloody violence and vintage shockers. Classic Images

Mad Rons Prevues From Hell, the landmark blood-and-guts compilation featuring coming attractions from some 47 classic “grindhouse” horror flicks, is finally being unleashed onto DVD!

Made in 1987 at the height of the VHS boom, when anyone and everyone was popping anything and everything into their VCRs in search of ever-more twisted thrills and chills, Mad Rons Prevues From Hell was a new kind of animal: an ambitiously researched and compiled anthology of trailers hyping cult grindhouse and drive-in theater favorites where the blood, guts and gore take center stage. Adding a colorful and campy element to the proceedings is the wraparound storyline, which concerns a loopy ventriloquist (Nick Pawlow) and his ghoulish dummy “Happy”, who are sitting in a run-down movie theater as demented projectionist “Mad Ron” (Ron Roccia) unspools one trailer after another featuring an unimaginable compendium of graphic guts and gore from the most notorious films of the Sixties and Seventies. As the ventriloquist and his dummy serve up a slew of silly remarks and off-color jokes, a cadre of blood-thirsty zombies and otherworldly creatures feast upon human body parts in other sections of the theater.  Mmmmm….pass the Raisinettes!!!

A highly collectible piece in its VHS incarnation and long in-demand on DVD, Mad Rons Prevues From Hell features trailers from such carnivorous cult picks as Africa: Blood and Guts (1966), Ilsa: She Wolf of The S.S. (1975), Three on a Meathook (1972) and Wes Craven’s Last House on the Left (1972), as well as such breakthrough audience favorites as George Romero’s Night of the Living Dead (1968), Tobe Hooper’s The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974), Mario Bava’s Carnage (1971), and the most horrifying trailer of all time, I Drink Your Blood (1970). A complete list of all 47 films represented in Mad Rons Prevues From Hell can be found below.

Directed by Jim Monaco, produced by Ron “Mad Ron” Roccia and James F. Murray Jr., and executive produced by Joe Amodei and Mike Meister, Mad Rons Prevues From Hell also features some of the earliest make-up effects work by Jordu Schell (Avatar, The Mist, 300) and Jay Kushwara (TV’s “Monsters” and “Millennium”).

Incredibly entertaining extras include: deleted scenes, hilarious bloopers, movie poster gallery on all featured trailers, behind-the-scenes video/photo gallery, and more!  You’d be crazy as hell if you don’t grab a copy of Mad Rons Prevues From Hell, which will finally be available on DVD-and just in time for Halloween!!

Movie Trailers Included In Mad Rons Prevues From Hell:

Africa: Blood and Guts (1966), Silent Night, Evil Night (aka Black Christmas) (1974), Blood and Lace (1971), Bloodeaters (1980), Bloody Pit of Horror (1965), Cannibal Girls (1973), House of Exorcism (1973), Beyond The Door (1974), Children Shouldn’t Play with Dead Things (1972), Color Me Blood Red (1965), Torso (1973), Deranged (1974), Lady Frankenstein (1971), Flesh Feast (1970), God Told Me To (1976), Night of the Bloody Apes (1968), I Dismember Mama / The Blood Spattered Bride (1974), I Drink Your Blood (1970), Ilsa: She Wolf of The S.S. (1975), Love Me Deadly (1973), Mad Doctor of Blood Island (1968), Night of Bloody Horror (1969), Night of the Living Dead (1968), Man From Deep River (1972), The Devil’s Nightmare (1971), Deep Red (1975), Carnage (aka Twitch Of The Death Nerve) (1971), The House That Screamed (1969), Silent Night, Bloody Night (1974), Sisters (1973), Tales from the Crypt (1972), The Corpse Grinders (1972), The Ghastly Ones (1968), The Last House On The Left (1972), The Mutations (1973), The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974), The Maniacs are Loose (aka The Thrill Killers) (1964), The Undertaker and His Pals (1967), The Vault of Horror (1973), The Wizard of Gore (1970), Three on a Meathook (1972), Horror on Snape Island (aka Tower of Evil) (1972), Two Thousand Maniacs (1964), Horror of the Zombies (1974), Orgy of the Living Dead (1972), The Diabolical Doctor Z (1967).

More information can be found online at: www.VirgilFilmsEnt.com

About Virgil Films & Entertainment

Virgil Films & Entertainment, formerly Arts Alliance America, was founded in 2003 as Hart Sharp Video by Joe Amodei to develop, acquire, market and distribute DVD product in the theatrical feature film, documentaries, special interest and sports categories. The company has built partnerships with Sundance Channel Home Entertainment, National Geographic Cinema Ventures, ESPN, MLB Productions, Bombo Sports and Entertainment, Morgan Spurlock’s Warrior Poets, and other high profile entertainment brands since their inception. Recent releases from Virgil Films & Entertainment include the award-winning film, Amreeka and We Believe, a story about the devotion between Chicago and the Cubs team. Upcoming releases include Everymans War, winner of the 2009 GI Film Festival, and the Michael Imperioli directed The Hungry Ghosts. For more information, please visit: www.VirgilFilmsEnt.com

 

OSS 117: LOST IN RIO

Music Box Films Home Entertainment Announces

COOL, CUNNING AND STILL COMPLETELY CLUELESS
SECRET AGENT OSS 117 RETURNS IN
OSS 117: LOST IN RIO

Available on DVD August 31st

“4 Stars! Possibly the 2nd funniest spy spoof ever!”
— BoxOffice.com

“If you are a fan of inspired silliness, you won’t want to miss OSS 117: Lost in Rio!”
— Vogue

“I don’t know that we actually need Agent OSS 117, but the
world is a slightly better place with him around.”
— Los Angeles Times

Chicago, IL (June 10, 2010) – He’s James Bond, Inspector Clouseau and Matt Helm all rolled into one…and he’s back to save the Free World one more time! We can only be talking about the womanizing, ethnically insensitive and wholly imbecilic French secret agent Hubert Bonisseur de la Bath, otherwise known as OSS 117. Cool, cunning and clever-or so he thinks!–and still completely clueless, the Pride of the French Secret Service returns in OSS 117: Lost in Rio. Following its 2010 national theatrical release in the U.S.’s top 25 markets, Music Box Films presents the DVD premiere of OSS 117: Lost in Rio, boasting impressive bonus features, on August 31st for the suggested retail price of $29.95.

Written and directed by Michel Hazanavicius, OSS 117: Lost in Rio is the much-demanded sequel to the 2006 satirical spy spoof OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies, which was a smash in its native France and a major cult hit in the U.S. OSS 117: Lost in Rio, once again stars French comedy sensation Jean Dujardin as the ever-absurd Agent OSS 117. In his latest outing, it’s 1967 and OSS 117’s mission finds him partnering with a sexy Israeli Mossad agent (Louise Monot) and traveling to swinging to Rio de Janeiro to track down a roll of elusive microfilm and capture a high-ranking Nazi officer (Rüdiger Vogler) who has gone into exile in Brazil.

OSS 117: Lost in Rio is a jubilantly designed and stylized love letter to a long-gone movie genre: the Sixties spy thriller. Embellished with such delicious Sixties-era flourishes as colorful jet-set locales, split-screen cinematography, a Bossa Nova-flavored retro score and state-of-the-decade fashions-not to mention a bunch of insanely overwrought gunfights and chase scenes and a healthy dollop of cleavage. It’s a movie that happily presents to audiences a ridiculously politically incorrect “hero” who could give Maxwell Smart and Austin Powers a run for their secret decoder rings!

Described as “a very funny French comedy of a variety that usually doesn’t make its way here” by the San Francisco Chronicle, proclaimed “larky, snarky fun” by the Philadelphia Inquirer and lauded as “naughty, silly, and wildly non-PC!” by The Guardian (UK), OSS 117: Lost in Rio is an exuberant, knowing and hysterical parody that demands to be seen.

Special features on the disc includes: a making-of featurette, blooper reel, and deleted scenes.

More information can be found on the film’s website at Music Box Films


Oss 117: Lost in Rio – Synopsis:
Twelve years after his Egyptian excursion in OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies, French operative Hubert Bonisseur de la Bath, otherwise known as Agent 117 (Jean Dujardin) returns for a new mission on the other end of the world. Sent to steamy Rio de Janeiro by his government to track down a roll of microfilm that contains a list of World War II French collaborators, France’s most famous secret agent must team up with sexy Israeli Mossad agent (Louise Monot) who’s determined to capture a high-ranking Nazi officer (Rüdiger Vogler) who has gone into exile in Brazil. The pair embarks on a death-defying adventure that takes them from the luxurious Amazonian rain forest to a bikini-filled Brazilian luxury hotel to a secret underground grotto to a climax atop Rio’s famed Corcovado Christ statue. And it’s all up to Agent 117, armed and abetted with his Sixties-styled chauvinism, ethnic insensitivity, wanton womanizing and overall cluelessness, to save the Free World from others who may very well be even more foolish than he is!

About Music Box Films:
Founded in 2007, Music Box Films serves the viewing interests of sophisticated US movie audiences in select cinemas nationwide, on DVD and Blu-ray, on cable TV and on emerging VOD delivery formats. With a focus on foreign-language cinema, Music Box’s release of Guillaume Canet’s TELL NO ONE was the most popular foreign-language DVD of 2009, while The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo is the most highly anticipated DVD release of 2010. Music Box Films is independently owned and operated by Southport Music Box Corporation, which also owns and operates The Music Box Theatre, Chicago’s premiere venue for independent and foreign films.

OSS 117: LOST IN RIO
Music Box Films Home Entertainment
STREET DATE: August 31, 2010
SRP: $29.95
Cast: Jean Dujardin (OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies), Louise Monot (MR 73, The Wedding Cake), Rüdiger Vogler (Effi Briest), Alex Lutz, Reem Kherici
Running Time: 97 minutes
Format: Widescreen 2.35:1 anamorphic widescreen
Sound Format: Dolby Digital
Rating: Not Rated
Country: France
Language: French with English subtitles

BONUS FEATURES:
• Making of Featurette
• Blooper Reel
• Deleted Scenes

Media Contact:
Margarita Sophia Cortes, MSOPHIA PR
Margarita@msophiapr.com

The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo

The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo

For Immediate Release:

MUSIC BOX FILMS HOME ENTERTAINMENT ANNOUNCES

The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo

AVAILABLE ON DVD & BLU-RAY THIS SUMMER

Film Adaptation Based on Stieg Larsson’s International Best-Seller

Available on DVD and Blu-ray Disc

July 6, 2010

“****! Lisbeth is as compelling as any movie character in recent memory”

-Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun Times

“This dynamite thriller shivers with suspense.”

-Peter Travers, Rolling Stone Magazine

“Fantastic”

– Miami Herald

Chicago, IL (May 13, 2010) – There is no argument that Stieg Larsson’s best-selling Millennium Trilogy Series created a global phenomenon selling nearly 25 million novels in over 40 countries.  It was just a matter of time that the film based on his wildly sensational books would create similar mass appeal.  Now for the first time, home-viewing audiences can take home the most talked about film adaptation of the year with The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. Hailed as “mesmerizing” by USA Today and a “remarkable piece of work” by the Austin Chronicle, the disc will be packed with exciting bonus features* including interviews with lead actress, Noomi Rapace, and Director, Niels Arden Oplev; The Vanger Family Tree, and more. Music Box Films presents the DVD and Blu-ray disc premiere on July 6, 2010 for suggested retail price of $29.95 and $34.95 respectively.

As the highest grossing Swedish film in history, the film was also 2009’s highest-grossing European production.  Directed by Niels Arden Oplev and starring Noomi Rapace as “Lisbeth Salander”, the film received three Swedish Guldbaggage Awards in 2009 for Best Picture, Audience Award and Best Actress in a Leading Role.  It went on to receive an Audience Award at the Palm Springs International Film Festival and Best Narrative Feature Award at Portland International Film Festival.

Taking America by storm, the riveting foreign film garnered outstanding critical acclaim throughout the country and instantly became a smash hit within the independent circuit.  The film is projected to be the highest grossing foreign language film in the U.S. in 2010, earning $5.7 million at the box office with six weeks remaining in theatres.  Commended as, “a stylish thriller with real complexity, people with interesting faces, a sensational actress cast as an ambisexual Goth hacker heroine” by the Wall Street Journal, and “finely plotted, stylishly photographed and brilliantly acted” by the NY Post, “compelling” by Washington Post, and “devastating, suspenseful, and satisfying” by Paper Magazine. Avid readers, and fans alike, flooded theatres nationwide to see what everyone was talking about.

Music Box Films will release the second installment of the film trilogy, The Girl Who Played With Fire in theatres nationwide on July 2, 2010.

Author, Stieg Larsson was recognized as the second bestselling author in the world in 2008.  The Millenium Series books include “The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo” “The Girl Who Played With Fire” and “The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets’ Nest.”

More information can be found on the film’s website, www.dragontattoofilm.com

The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo — Synopsis:

Forty years ago, Harriet Vanger disappeared from a family gathering on the island owned and inhabited by the powerful Vanger clan. Her body was never found, yet her beloved uncle is convinced it was murder and that the killer is a member of his own tightly knit but dysfunctional family. He employs disgraced financial journalist Mikael Blomkvist (Michael Nyqvist) and the tattooed and troubled but resourceful computer hacker Lisbeth Salander (Rapace) to investigate. When the pair link Harriet’s disappearance to a number of grotesque murders from almost forty years ago, they begin to unravel a dark and appalling family history. But the Vanger’s are a secretive clan, and Blomkvist and Salander are about to find out just how far they are prepared to go to protect themselves.

About Music Box Films:

Founded in 2007, Music Box Films serves the viewing interests of sophisticated US movie audiences in select cinemas nationwide, on DVD and Blu-Ray, on cable TV and on emerging VOD delivery formats. With a focus on foreign-language cinema, Music Box’s release of Guillaume Canet’s “TELL NO ONE” was the most popular foreign-language theatrical release of 2008 and the most popular foreign-language DVD of 2009.  Music Box Films is independently owned and operated by the Southport Music Box Corporation which also owns and operates The Music Box Theatre, Chicago’s premiere venue for independent and foreign films.

Contact for further information:

info@msophiapr.com

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North Face Comes To DVD

MUSIC BOX FILMS HOME ENTERTAINMENT

ONE OF THE MOST DARING AND RIVETING MOUNTAIN CLIMBS OF THE SWISS ALPS COMES TO DVD

NORTH FACE

German Film Academy Award Winner

DVD Debuts May 11, 2010

The suspense is relentless, the excitement almost unbearable at times.”
– The Washington Post

“Stunning! Takes you along on one of the great adventures of the 20th century.”

– Jeffrey Lyons, KNBC/Lyons Den Radio

“Wickedly suspenseful!”
-The San Francisco Chronicle

“Riveting and Exhilarating”
-The Los Angles Times

Chicago, IL (April 20, 2010) -The North Face side of the Swiss Alps’ Eiger Mountain, also referred to as the “murder wall”, was once one of the most deadliest walls to scale, and in 1936, a small group of German mountain climbers decided to face the incredible challenge head-on without ever looking back.  Bringing their story to life in the award-winning film, North Face, Director Phillip Stölzl has captivated audiences across the world with an epic tale that is “one of the best mountain climbing movies ever made” (Seattle Times) and “the most exhilarating thriller of the season” (East Bay Express).  Winner of the German Film Critics Award for “Best Screenplay”, “Best Cinematography” and “Best Sound Design” in 2009, the film makes its nationwide debut with the DVD premiere presented by Music Box Films on May 11, 2010 for the suggested retail price of $29.95.

Hailed as a Critic’s Pick by the NY Times, Stephen Holden declared the film a “transfixing life-and-death adventure tale.” Shot on location, the story of the 1936 expedition gives viewers an up close look at the amazing true story of German mountaineers racing to the top of the deadly mountain.  Filled with excitement and suspense, “This is a film done right by just about every measure.” (The Los Angeles Times) and “includes some of the most adroit and effective climbing sequences ever staged” (San Francisco Chronicle). The film features an all-star cast including: Benno Fuermann (Jerichow) and Johanna Wokalek (The Baader Meinholf Complex), and Ulrich Tukur (The White Ribbon, The Lives of Others)

The Seattle Times gave North Face “4 STARS!” exclaiming it was, “Perfectly cast, well-written and almost excruciatingly realistic at times” while the NY Daily News described it as “A genuinely gripping drama.”

North Face — Synopsis:

Based on a true story, North Face is a gripping adventure drama about a competition to climb the most dangerous rock face in the Alps. In 1936, Nazi propaganda urges German Alpinists to conquer the unclimbed north face of the Swiss massif, the Eiger, bringing two reluctant climbers, Toni Kurz (BENNO FÜRMANN) and Andi Hinterstoisser (FLORIAN LUKAS), to begin their daring ascent and attempt to scale the infamous rock face, often called the Murder Wall.

While preparing themselves at the foot of the North Face, Toni and Andi unexpectedly run into Luise (JOHANNA WOKALEK), the early love of Toni. Now a journalist, she has come with her boss Arau (ULRICH TUKUR), a loyal Nazi, to report about the first ascent. Toni begins the ascent of the North Face with Andi, closely followed by two Austrians Willy Angerer (SIMON SCHWARZ) and Edi Rainer (GEORG FRIEDRICH). All goes well at first as both rope teams make good headway but then the climbers lose their advantage over the mountain and the race against time and the forces of nature begins.

More information can be found online at www.northfacethemovie.com

About Music Box Films:

Founded in 2007, Music Box Films serves the viewing interests of sophisticated US movie audiences in select cinemas nationwide, on DVD and Blu-Ray, on cable TV and on emerging VOD delivery formats. With a focus on foreign-language cinema, Music Box’s release of Guillaume Canet’s “TELL NO ONE” was the most popular foreign-language theatrical release of 2008 and the most popular foreign-language DVD of 2009.  Music Box Films is independently owned and operated by the Southport Music Box Corporation which also owns and operates The Music Box Theatre, Chicago’s premiere venue for independent and foreign films.

North Face

Music Box Films Home Entertainment

STREET DATE: May 11, 2010
Cast: Benno Fuermann, Florian Lukas, Johanna Wokalek, Ulrich Tukur
Director: Phillip Stölzl
Running Time: 121 minutes
Format: 2.35:1
Sound Format: Dolby digital
Rating: Not Rated
Country: Germany
Language: German with English subtitles