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Just Like the Son & Lucky Bastard (R2) in February

Eureka Entertainment will be expanding their distribution of titles in 2010 and the first label to come under its wing is Australian label Bounty Entertainment. The first titles released will be the acclaimed road movie “Just Like the Son” and the gay interest film “Lucky Bastard”.

Priced at £12.99 RRP and £14.99 RRP respectively, more details follow…

Just Like the Son - From writer-director Morgan J. Freeman, the story follows 20-year-old Daniel Carter (Mark Webber), a petty thief performing community service at a Greenwich Village elementary school. There, he befriends eight-year-old Boone (Antonio ‘A.J.’ Ortiz). When Boone’s mother is taken ill and the youth is sent away to a foster school, Daniel “rescues” him and together they set out on a road trip – funded partly by shoplifting and burglary – in which friendship, redemption and adventure are all within one’s grasp.

Features include:

  • Non-anamorphic widescreen
  • DD2.0 audio
  • Making of (7mins)
  • Cast Interviews (28mins)
  • 2 Trailers
  • Director’s Statement (text)

Lucky Bastard - From writer-director Everett Lewis, the film follows Rusty (Patrick Tatten), a successful architect with to-die-for pecs, bulging biceps and a killer smile. When his stodgy boyfriend leaves town, Rusty has a chance encounter with a handsome though seedy drifter, Denny (Dale Dymkoski). Blinded by Denny’s good looks, vulnerability and hustler charm, Rusty begins an intense, steamy relationship ruled by long-dormant passions. However, as Denny’s control over Rusty strengthens, it soon becomes clear that Rusty – now on a seductive ride of sex and drugs – must decide what it is he truly wants.

Features include:
  • 4:3 Full Screen
  • English DD5.1 Surround
  • Optional English subtitles
  • Deleted Scenes (22mins)
  • Commentary with the Director and Director of Photography

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