The Sunset Limited Blu-Ray
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- Format: Blu-ray
- Rating: TV-MA
- Number of Discs: 1
- Run Time: 90 Minutes
- Region: A
- Aspect Ratio: Widescreen
- Language: English
- Studio: HBO Home Video
- Blu-Ray Release Date: February 7, 2012
- Packaging: HD Case
- Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
ENGLISH: DTS-HD MA 5.1
SPANISH: DTS Stereo
FRENCH: DTS 5.1
- Director: Tommy Lee Jones
- Cast: Tommy Lee Jones , Samuel L. Jackson
- Genre: Drama
- Color: Color
The Making Of The Sunset Limited - A Behind The Scenes Look At The Making Of The Sunset Limited Featuring Interviews With The Cast And Crew
Audio Commentary With Executive Producer/Director Tommy Lee Jones, Writer Cormac McCarthy and Samuel L. Jackson
- Release Date: 2011
From Cormac McCarthy, author of No Country For Old Men and The Road comes this searing two character drama about the choice people frequently make; to go on or give in to despair. Set in a New York tenement apartment, the story focuses on two very different men, a black ex-con (Samuel L. Jackson) who claims to hear the voice of Jesus, and the white professor (Academy Award® winner Tommy Lee Jones) he stopped from throwing himself in front of an oncoming train, The Sunset Limited.
What follows is a philosophical debate with incredibly high stakes - can Black convince White that life is worth living, that once he goes out that door he should not head for a return date with the Sunset Limited? Souls are bared and secrets shared, with Black's faith increasingly challenged by White's bleak but meticulously reasoned view of a world gone wrong. The conflict reaches a shattering conclusion that will leave you thinking well after the final frame.
Premiering in 2006 at the Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago, Cormac McCarthy's "The Sunset Limited" opened off-Broadway in the fall of that year.
Tommy Lee Jones and Samuel L. Jackson star; written by Cormac McCarthy; directed and executive produced by Tommy Lee Jones; produced by Barbara hall. An HBO Films presentation of a Javelina Film Company production.