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Brideshead Revisited DVD Giveaway

Author GreatDad Writers
Submitted 05-01-2009

Burbank, Calif., October 17, 2008—A provocative story of love, power, and betrayal featuring a riveting performance by two-time Academy Award® Winner Emma Thompson, Brideshead Revisited arrives on DVD on January 13, 2009 from Miramax Films Home Entertainment. Based on Evelyn Waugh’s much-loved novel of the same name, Brideshead Revisited DVD debut includes deleted scenes and a behind-the-scenes look into the film’s acclaimed recreation of the decadent world of British aristocracy.

Charles Ryder (Matthew Goode), a young man of modest means but considerable ambition, has just begun his studies at Oxford University, when he encounters flamboyant aristocrat and fellow student Sebastian Flyte (Ben Whishaw). Infatuated with his new friend’s hedonistic lifestlye, Charles eagerly accompanies him to the family’s opulent mansion, Brideshead, where he becomes entranced by the eccentric clan and the palatial 18th century estate. But when Charles falls for Sebastian’s beautiful sister Julia (Hayley Atwell), his friend reacts with jealousy and the siblings’ domineering mother, Lady Marchmain (Emma Thompson), rules out the possibility of marriage for reasons of class and religion. As Charles becomes further involved with the Marchmain family, he realizes that at Brideshead, everything
comes at a price.

BONUS FEATURES
• The World of Brideshead—Invites viewers to go behind the scenes with the cast and crew of Brideshead Revisited as they reveal the painstaking attention to detail required to capture the lavish world of British aristocracy between the wars.
• Audio Commentary—Feature commentary with director Julian Jarrold, producer Kevin Loader and screenwriter Jeremy Brock.
• Revealing Deleted Scenes—With optional commentary by director Julian Jarrold, producer Kevin Loader and screenwriter Jeremy Brock.

GreatDad Contest

Win a Brideshead Revisited DVD. To enter the contest, simply tell us what you think is the funniest children’s poem you have ever read. Send in your answers using the comment form below. Last date for entries is January 15, 2009.

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Contest Update: The contest is closed. See the winner’s page.