Lovely Bones in DVD and Blu-ray on June 15, 2010

Lovely Bones, the adaptation of The Nostalgia of the Angel, the best-selling Alice Sebold, published by editions I have Read, and have sold over 3 million copies in more than 30 countries, finds a resonance all the more special through the images of the incredible director Peter Jackson.

After the Lord of The Rings and King Kong, Peter Jackson still achieves the prowess of the visual this created a more intimate.

In Lovely Bones, Susie Salmon, a young girl full of life, is murdered at the same time that she discovers the first emotions of love. Result is a suspense-thriller to discover the author of this murder, an abomination. While the family of the young girl is trying at all costs to do his mourning, the teenager finds herself in between two worlds where she observes the shock of his disappearance and the progress of the investigation. Haunted by her murderer, Susie tries to guide her father towards the truth…

Here is the trailer for the film :

DVD : 19,99 €

Languages : French, English

Sound : Dolby Digital 5.1

Sub-titles : French, English, Dutch

Blu-ray : 29,99 €

Languages : English, French

Sound : Dolby Digital 5.1

Sub-titles : French, English, Dutch

Over 3 hours of bonus

Bonus :

– Commentary from Peter Jackson

– Behind-the-scenes :

• week 1 to 8 : the shooting in the United States

• week 9 to 13 : the shooting in New Zealand

• week 14 and 15 : the secrets of special effects

After the fantastical trilogy of the Lord of the Rings, or even Bad Taste, the horror movie cult following that has propelled his international career, the director and visionary Peter Jackson returns with a thriller alongside the extraordinary. This is the second foray of Peter Jackson after, Heavenly Creatures, in the horror of daily life, or when death and adolescence intermingle for you freeze your blood.

It is with the same talent that he invites the viewer to immerse themselves in the emotion and dreamlike. Peter Jackson proves again with Lovely Bones his genius to give life to the universe improbable : he juggles on the dimensions, sometimes frightening, when it deals with death and what follows, and sometimes intoxicating when the afterlife is only in the original vision that was in fact a child. The director plays with our senses, gives this tale a fantastic and intense visual strength and story unexpected, like when he gave life to King Kong and his mysterious island.

It is also surrounded for this same faithful than those of the trilogy of the Lord of the Rings or King Kong, including his wife Fran Walsh and Philippa Boyens, as co-screenwriters, and special effects studio Weta Digital , which he set up for the production of the trilogy of the Rings. A team that allows the film to achieve the same evocative force as the previous productions of this group in new Zealand to the overflowing imagination before they embark on their next project highly anticipated Tintin – the Secret Of The Unicorn , and The Hobbit !

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