Charlie St. Cloud (2010)
Sunday 6th February 2011
Get swept away by romance this Valentine's Day with Charlie St. Cloud, a heart-warming love story starring Zac Efron available on DVD and Blu-ray from 7th February 2011 from Universal Pictures (UK). The film will also be available for legal digital download and via video-on-demand.
The ideal gift for someone special, Charlie St. Cloud is based on the best-selling novel by Ben Sherwood, and marks heartthrob Efron's dramatic feature film debut. This heart-warming movie takes a stunning setting, adds a gorgeous leading man, a touch of magic and a lot of romance to give you all the ingredients you need for the perfect night in on Valentine's Day.
Charlie St. Cloud (Zac Efron - High School Musical) is a young man with a bright future. However, just before leaving for college, Charlie tragically loses his brother Sam (Charlie Tahan - I am Legend) in a horrific car accident - an event that will change his life forever.
Overcome by grief, Charlie's perception of life and death become blurred as he keeps his last promise to Sam - to practice baseball with him every day at sunset. However, a chance meeting with talented sailor Tess (Amanda Crew - Final Destination 3), starts to open Charlie's eyes to the life he should be living.
As things take a dramatic turn, Charlie is forced to choose between keeping the promise he made to his brother and following his dreams with the girl he loves. Can Amanda help to steer him back to the present where he can appreciate life once more?
With exclusive on location footage, deleted scenes and in depth interviews with the leading man, Charlie St. Cloud is real must for any Zac fan. An uplifting story about following your dreams and the power of attraction, Charlie St. Cloud will have you reaching for a box of tissues this Valentine's Day. Available to own and rent on DVD and Blu-ray from February 7th 2011.
- Deleted scenes (10m 13s)
- Deleted scenes with commentary (10m 13s)
- On location with Zac Efron (12m 40s)
- Zac Efron, leading man (7m 5s)
- The In-between world (9m 58s)
- Feature commentary (95m 7s)
Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.