Hanna (US) in September
Universal Studios Home Entertainment have announced the US DVD and Blu-ray Disc release of Hanna on 6th September 2011. Joe Wright (Atonement) directs this action thriller starring Saoirse Ronan (Atonement, The Lovely Bones) as Hanna, a 16-year-old girl raised in the desolate, icy wilds of Finland by her ex-CIA agent father Erik (Eric Bana) and trained to become the perfect assassin. Every moment of Hanna’s childhood and adolescence has been spent building up the strength, stamina and survival instincts she needs to prepare for the day she must strike out on her own. That day has now come; armed with the skills her father has imparted to her and the mantra “adapt or die,” Hanna must cross Europe and face her family’s longtime enemy, lethal intelligence operative Marissa Wiegler (Cate Blanchett).
Blu-ray Exclusive Extras
- Adapt or Die: This featurette reveals the intense training and acting process Saoirse Ronan went through to become Hanna.
- Central Intelligence Allegory: The filmmakers and cast reveal their boldly original approach to this adventure thriller.
- Chemical Reaction: A look at The Chemical Brothers’ creative process of writing and scoring all of the music in the film, as the musicians themselves talk about their unique approach to the task of composition.
- The Wide World Of Hanna: Join the filmmakers as they travel from icy Finland to scorching Morocco and then from empty deserts to post-punk Berlin, finding the perfect locations for HANNA.
- Hanna Promo
- BD-Live/Pocket Blu
DVD and Blu-ray Extras
- Alternate Ending
- Deleted Scenes
- Anatomy Of A Scene: The Escape From Camp G: This feature breaks down the complexities of Hanna’s daring escape, from getting the actors prepped to the special effects it took to make this action-packed sequence.
- Feature Commentary with Director Joe Wright
Blu-ray: 1080P; English 5.1 DTS-HD MA; French (European) & Spanish 5.1 DTS Surround
DVD: Anamorphic Widescreen; English, French (European) & Spanish DD5.1
Both: English DVS 2.0; English SDH, French & Spanish subtitles
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