Imprint Bundle Pack – August 2021
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August 25th, 2021
Add 6 new Imprint films to your collection!
Includes all 6 Imprint films from the 9th range of releases with limited edition slipcase and exclusive special features.
The Straight Story (1999)
Richard Farnsworth (MISERY, THE NATURAL) stars as Alvin Straight — a no-nonsense man who has never been one to lean on others. Now at an age when his eyesight denies him the ability to drive and walking is accomplished only with the help of two canes, Alvin lives a quiet life with his daughter Rose (Sissy Spacek). But when the call comes that Alvin’s estranged brother Lyle (Harry Dean Stanton, THE GREEN MILE) has suffered a debilitating stroke, Alvin embarks on a dangerous and emotional journey to make amends. Directed by acclaimed director David Lynch and based on the true story that captured the hearts of America.
Days of Heaven (1978)
A story of a group of early 20th century itinerant workers who find themselves entangled in a deadly love triangle. Starring Richard Gere, Brooke Adams, Sam Shepard, and Linda Manz. Director Terrence Malick’s follow up to Badlands is an exquisitely photographed story and has since become one of the most acclaimed films of its decade.
Chinese Box (1997)
Jeremy Irons stars as John, a British journalist living in Hong Kong. John has fallen in love with Vivian (Li), a bartender with a jaded past. Vivian is eager to secure her position in Hong Kong society and wants her successful boyfriend Chang to marry her. When Chang proves to be indecisive about their relationship, Vivian turns to John. Giving into their feelings for a brief but passionate affair, they now face inevitable change and unexpected obstacles in this touching and compelling film. Acclaimed director Wayne Wang (The Joy Luck Club) creates a cinematic “love-hate letter” to his native Hong.
Drugstore Cowboy (1989)
Bob Hughes (Matt Dillon) is the leader of a “family” of drug addicts consisting of his wife, Dianne (Kelly Lynch), and another couple who feed their habit by robbing drug stores as they travel across the country. After a tragedy befalls a member of his group, Bob decides he must leave his dysfunctional clan and go straight. Parting ways with his junkie past proves more difficult than expected when Bob is stalked by an old acquaintance looking to score drugs at any price. One of the most acclaimed films of the 1990’s Drugstore cowboy was director Gus Van Sant’s breakthrough picture.
As Good As It Gets (1997)
Curmudgeon Melvin Udall (Jack Nicholson) is a neurotic romantic writer who enjoys insulting his neighbour, artist Simon Bishop (Greg Kinnear), and being rude to waitress Carol (Helen Hunt) at his local restaurant. However, when Simon is hospitalised, it falls to Melvin to look after his pet dog, Verdell. An emotional thaw begins to set in, and when Carol misses stints at the restaurant due to her son’s asthma, Melvin pays for him to have proper medical attention. A budding romance with Carol is threatened, however, by Melvin’s obsessive neuroses. Jack Nicholson and Helen Hunt each won Oscars for their performances in this prickly comedy directed by James L. Brooks.
Double Jeopardy (1999)
Young Libby Parsons (Ashley Judd) is happy as a clam, and why not? She’s got a loving, successful husband (Bruce Greenwood), an adorable son, and an island home to die for. One morning, after a romantic sailing expedition with her husband, Libby finds herself covered in blood. Her husband’s missing, the boat resembles a murder scene, and there’s a knife on the deck. One might stop right there and call for help; Libby, however, takes matters–or, more specifically, the knife–into her own hands, and the moment she does, there’s the Coast Guard. Faster than you can say frame-up, Libby’s been charged with murder and jailed, with her young son stripped from her custody. From acclaimed director Bruce Beresford come this gripping thriller starring Ashley Judd & Tommy Lee Jones.
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