Saturday, August 4, 2012

Bel Ami US DVD Coming Out This Tuesday - Order Now, DVD Info and Some Videos

The 'Bel Ami' US DVD is coming out next Tuesday, August 7th, and we're going to have a giveaway on twitter (make sure to follow us on RPLife)!

Here's a couple of very nice videos with on-set interviews with Rob, the rest of the cast, directors, and clips from the movie.

Looks like the one with the clips is blocked in a few countries, sorry. We're trying to fix that.

If you haven't ordered your Bel Ami DVD yet, do it now at Amazon

And check 'Bel Ami' on Facebook and Pinterest

About the DVD:

Robert Pattinson (Twilight franchise, Water For Elephants) joins Academy Award® nominees Uma Thurman (Best Actress, Pulp Fiction, 1994) and Kristin Scott Thomas (Best Actress, The English Patient, 1996) and Golden Globe® nominee Christina Ricci (TV’s “Pan Am,” Monster) in Bel Ami, coming to DVD August 7th from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. The film follows penniless soldier Georges Duroy (Pattinson), who has returned to Paris from the war around the turn of the century. Duroy quickly learns that by using his wit and powers of seduction, he can improve his financial and social status. The DVD includes the featurette, “Bel Ami: Behind the Scenes.”

Synopsis: Based on Guy de Maupassant’s classic novel, this tale of temptation and obsession chronicles Georges Duroy’s (Robert Pattinson) rise to power from his meager beginnings as a penniless ex-soldier by using the city’s most influential and wealthy women. Set in turn of the century Paris, Duroy seduces Madame de Marelle (Christina Ricci) then marries Madeleine Forestier (Uma Thurman), a former comrade’s wife. Fueled by his insatiable quest and lustful greed, Duroy conquers Madame Walter (Kristin Scott Thomas), only to learn that every conquest is marred by betrayal and that true love eludes him.

Included Bonus Feature: “Bel Ami: Behind the Scenes” featurette

BEL AMI was directed by Declan Donnellan and Nick Ormerod from a screenplay by Rachel Bennette, based upon the novel by Guy de Maupassant. Uberto Pasolini produced with Simon Fuller serving as executive producer.

The film has a run time of 102 minutes, and it is rated R for some strong sexuality, nudity and brief language.


Evelyne-raconte said...

I can't wait for Nov. 27th to own a copy, in France. I have seen Bel Ami twice (french and english versions) and it's a good one.

Unknown said...

I can't wait!!