Step into the exclusive 24-hour limousine journey of pleasure-seeking billionaire Eric Packer (ROBERT PATTINSON) when COSMOPOLIS is released on DVD and Blu-ray on 12th November 2012, courtesy of Entertainment One.
We have two copies of the Blu-ray to give away.
Directed by DAVID CRONENBERG (Crash, Existenz, Dead Ringers) COSMOPOLIS boasts an outstanding cast led by ROBERT PATTINSON (Twilight, Bel Ami) in a career breakout performance. The supporting cast includes Oscar nominated and Cannes, Venice and Berlin Best Actress award-winning JULIETTE BINOCHE (Chocolat, The English Patient), Oscar and Golden Globe nominee PAUL GIAMATTI (Sideways, Saving Private Ryan) and BAFTA and Golden Globe nominee SAMANTHA MORTON (The Libertine, Minority Report), as well as KEVIN DURAND (Lost, Real Steel) JAY BARUCHEL (Million Dollar Baby, How To Train Your Dragon) and SARAH GADON (A Dangerous Method, Dream House).
New York is in turmoil, the age of capitalism is drawing to a close and Eric Packer (ROBERT PATTINSON), a high finance golden boy, is chauffeured across the city in his extravagant limousine to get a haircut. A visit from the President of the United States paralyses Manhattan and as the day goes by an eruption of wild activity unfolds on the city’s streets. Eric watches helplessly as his empire collapses and as his paranoia intensifies during the 24-hour period, he starts to piece together clues that lead him to a most terrifying secret: his imminent assassination.
Adapted by DAVID CRONENBERG from the original novel of the same name by bestselling contemporary author DON DELILLO (White Noise, Underworld), COSMOPOLIS surpasses its challenging origins, bringing to the screen the spirit of a darkly corrupt yet impossibly sexy, enticing and prophetic vision of the world.
Full of intrigue and surprise, COSMOPOLIS is a dark, glamorous and inescapable ride.
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This article was first posted on October 26, 2012