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Fox announce Don't Say A Word for January

Fox Home Entertainment have announced the Michael Douglas thriller Don't Say A Word for its Region 2 DVD release on January 20th 2003 with a £17.99 price tag. The following features will be present on the disc...

  • 2.35:1 Anamorphic Widescreen
  • English DD5.1 Audio
  • Subtitles: Hard of Hearing English, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Finnish, Hebrew, Hungarian, Icelandic, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Swedish, Turkish
  • Audio commentary by director Gary Felder
  • 9 Scene Specific commentaries by actors
  • Making Of featurette
  • 12 “Cinema Master Class” sequences
  • 3 Deleted Scenes
  • Approx. 71 Cast and Crew Biog pages
Here is the film and DVD Extras synopsis from the Press Release...

Dr. Nathan Conrad (Douglas) is a devoted family man and highly respected adolescent psychiatrist who is exceptional at his job. When a gang of brutal kidnappers led by the malevolent Patrick Koster (Bean) swipes his beloved daughter from her bed one night, Conrad finds himself at the centre of a vendetta that has been going on for over a decade.

Conrad is forced to accept a seemingly impossible mission; he has only a few hours to extract a six-digit number that is locked away inside the mind of teenage mental patient Elisabeth Burrows (Brittany Murphy – Clueless, Girl Interrupted). Caught up in a race against time, he attempts to establish a connection with his unwilling patient, and encourage her to revisit the traumatic memories of her past. This, he hopes should help her to confront her memories and save his only child whilst his wife Aggie (Famke Janssen - Goldeneye) lies helpless in bed with a broken leg.

As the painful truth begins to emerge, Conrad learns that Elisabeth’s father was viciously murdered by Koster after he had double-crossed the gang and escaped with a valuable gem. The sought-after number inside the young girl’s head will hopefully lead everyone involved to the remote Hart Island and, ultimately, the precious stone, but at what cost?

Revealed inside the DVD are nine scene-specific commentaries from the stars, a ‘Making Of’ documentary and twelve featurettes showing pre, post and during production work including Murphy’s screen test, a producer’s workshop and set walk-throughs. Three deleted scenes are also included alongside an extensive selection of cast and crew biographies and a full audio commentary from director Gary Fleder.

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