Tomorrow National Entertainment Media will release the riveting, war-torn epic drama Triage on DVD and Blu-ray. In the gripping tradition of The Hurt Locker, Triage is from Danis Tanovic, director of the Oscar-winning No Man’s Land. Triage stars Colin Farrell (Miami Vice), Paz Vega (Spanglish) and Christopher Lee (Star Wars).
To celebrate the home video release of Triage, FilmFetish is giving away two DVD and one Blu-ray edition of the film.
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More about Triage
In the vein of The Hurt Locker and Brothers comes the riveting, war-torn epic drama Triage, starring the talented Colin Farrell (Ondine, Crazy Heart, In Bruges) as a haunted war-time photojournalist. Following its 2010 festival run, Triage – based on the best-selling novel by American veteran war correspondent Scott Anderson – will be released on DVD and Blu-ray from National Entertainment Media on August 10th, packed with bonus features, including interviews, a making-of featurette and behind-the-scenes footage.
In this haunting exploration of guilt, forgiveness and love, award-winning director Danis Tanovic, director of the 2002 Foreign Language Oscar winner No Man’s Land, unravels the shocking tale of battle-scarred war photographer Mark Walsh (Farrell). With a well-earned reputation for working in some of the most unforgiving locations on Earth, his editor Amy (Juliet Stevenson) asks him to cover the fighting in Kurdistan, an assignment he accepts without question. Despite the danger and concerns of his wife Elena (Paz Vega, Sex and Lucia), Mark and his friend and fellow photographer David (Jamie Sives) head off to the Middle East. But when Mark returns home after a near-death experience without his friend and colleague, he’s an entirely different person.
When Mark’s health begins to deteriorate, Elena asks her father, Joaquín (Christopher Lee, The Lord of the Rings), a veteran psychoanalyst with military experience, to help. As Mark struggles to recover from post-traumatic stress disorder and his wife, Elena, sets out to discover the facts behind David’s disappearance, the shocking truth is revealed in this compelling film that shows that some wounds never heal.
Triage, which also stars Kelly Reilly (Sherlock Holmes, Me and Orson Welles), was an official selection at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival. It is presented here in 16×9 anamorphic widescreen (2.35:1) with optional English SDH subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing.
- People / Bands: Christopher Lee | Colin Farrell | Danis Tanovic | Jamie Sives | Juliet Stevenson | Kelly Reilly | Paz Vega | Scott Anderson
- Shows / Movies: Brothers | Me and Orson Welles | Miami Vice | No Man’s Land | Sherlock Holmes | Spanglish | Star Wars | The Hurt Locker | The Lord of the Rings | Triage
- Genres: Action | Drama | Thrillers | War
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