British label, Powerhouse Films, is releasing Director Paul Greengrass’ Resurrected (1989) on a 4K restoration Blu-ray edition. Stars Tom Bell, Rita Tushingham, David Thewlis.
The extraordinary feature film debut from Paul Greengrass (The Bourne Supremacy, United 93) is a disturbing and powerful true story of a British soldier (David Thewlis – Naked) injured and lost during the 1980s Falklands conflict. Presumed dead, he’s given full military honors; but on returning he’s treated with distrust and shame, and accused of desertion.
Also featuring excellent performances from Rita Tushingham (A Taste of Honey, Doctor Zhivago) and Tom Bell (The L-Shaped Room, The Krays), Resurrected is an intense and provocative drama, a powerful cry against institutional violence and political indifference.
Release date: January 27, 2020
- Director: Paul Greengrass
- Cast: Tom Bell, Rita Tushingham, David Thewlis
- Country: UK
- Production Year: 1989
- Discs: 1 Blu-ray Disc
- Region: FREE
- Run Time: 92 minutes
- Formats: Color; 1.85:1
- Audio: English
- Subtitle: English
- Studio: Powerhouse Films / Indicator Series (UK)
- High Definition remaster
- Original mono audio
- Paul Greengrass on ‘Resurrected’ (2011, 19 mins): archival interview in which the director discusses the origins and creation of the film
- David Thewlis on ‘Resurrected’ (2011, 17 mins): archival interview in which the actor examines the process of playing the lead role
- Filming the Unthinkable (2020, 5 mins): new interview with iconic British actor Rita Tushingham
- The IWM Oral History with Philip Williams (1992, 67 mins): archival audio recording, made by the Imperial War Museum, featuring the real-life inspiration for Resurrected recalling his experiences in the Falklands War
- Original theatrical trailer
- Image gallery: publicity and promotional material
- New and improved English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing
- Limited edition exclusive 36-page booklet with a new essay by Julian Petley, Paul Greengrass and screenwriter Martin Allen on Resurrected, extracts from an archival interview with Philip Williams, an overview of critical responses, and film credits
Resurrected (1989) clip
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