[New York] : New Yorker Video, c2000
1 videodisc (99 min.) : col., sd. ; 4 3/4 in ISBN/ISSN:
"Original uncut version"--Container
Videodisc release of the 1999 British motion picture by Film Four, Sarah Radclyffe Productions and Portobello Pictures
Based on the novel by Alexander Stuart
Special features: cast and crew profiles; "Making of" featurette; theatrical trailer; production notes; director's commentary
Ray Winstone, Lara Belmont, Freddie Cunliffe, Tilda Swinton
Tom (Cunliffe), an alienated 15-year-old, forced to move away from his friends in London when his family relocates to rural Devon, struggles with the change and becomes an observer of the family. His mother (Swinton) is pregnant, his father (Winstone) is vocally abusive, and his 18 year old sister (Belmont) is sexually active. Troubled by his own emerging sexuality, the boy comes to suspect his father and sister have had an incestuous relationship. Isolated, confused and consumed by anger, Tom is determined to expose his family's dark secret before it destroys them all
DVD; Dolby digital; widescreen letterbox format
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Additional Credits: Roth, TimStuart, Alexander, 1955-Radclyffe, Sarah, 1950-Linder, DixieStuart, Alexander, 1955-Winstone, Ray, 1957-Belmont, LaraCunliffe, FreddieSwinton, TildaFilm Four InternationalNew Yorker Video (Firm)
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