David Fincher has received across the board critical acclaim for his mesmerising and detailed portrayal of the hunt for the infamous serial killer known only as Zodiac. Warner Home Video are pleased to announce the 24th September 2007 DVD release of the gripping suspense thriller Zodiac.
John Carroll Lynch, Brian Cox, Robert Downey Jr., Anthony Edwards, Mark Ruffalo, Jake Gyllenhaal
Arnold Messer, Mike Medavoy, Bradley J. Fischer, Ceán Chaffin
Warner Home Video
2 hours 37 minutes
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Warner Home Video are pleased to announce the 24th September 2007 DVD release of the gripping suspense thriller Zodiac. David Fincher, director of Se7en and Panic Room, has received across the board critical acclaim for his mesmerising and detailed portrayal of the hunt for the infamous serial killer known only as Zodiac.
Based on the actual case files from one of the most baffling - and horrifying crime sprees in the nation's history, Zodiac boasts a phenomenal cast including Jake Gyllenhaal (Jarhead), Mark Ruffalo (Collateral) and Robert Downey, Jr. (Good Night, and Good Luck) as some of the many actual people caught up in the Zodiac's world of uncertainty and fear.
The captivating story of the investigators and the journalists who became embroiled in the search for the elusive murderer is as intriguing as the mysterious case itself and the shocking twists and turns of both the cases and the lives of those following it make for a riveting and haunting experience.
A psychological thriller, based on true events, that focuses on a period of intense fear and paranoia in San Francisco when the Zodiac killer, a modern day Jack the Ripper went on an unpredictable murder spree punctuated by a series of letters and ciphers the killer sent to area newspapers. For four men, the newspaper cartoonist Robert Graysmith (Gyllenhaal), reporter Paul Avery (Downey, Jr.) and police inspectors Dave Toschi (Ruffalo) and Bill Reynolds (Anthony Edwards), hunting down the Zodiac becomes an obsession that leaves them shadows of their former selves, their lives dictated by the killer's actions and endless trail of clues. Depicted with Fincher's attention to detail and trademark visual style his audience is left to contemplate a murder spree that remains unsolved to this day.
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