Utopia: Series 1 (2013)
Saturday 19th January 2013
Brought to you by Dennis Kelly (Pulling, Matilda) Utopia is an enigmatic thriller which centres around The Utopia Experiments, a legendary graphic novel shrouded in mystery. Utopia is available to own on DVD and Blu-Ray from 11th March 2013 courtesy of Channel 4 DVD.
Paul Higgins (In the Loop, The Thick of It), Nathan Stewart-Jarrett (Misfits), Alexandra Roach (The Iron Lady) and Neil Maskell (Kill List) head up a stunning ensemble cast of UK talent including James Fox (Sherlock Holmes, A Passage to India, Performance), Geraldine James (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo) Simon McBurney (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy), Fiona O' Shaughnessy (Outcast, Malice, Aforethought), Adeel Akhtar (The Dictator, Four Lions), Oliver Woollford (Blackout) and Michael Smiley (Kill List) who find themselves embroiled in a cult conspiracy theory turned terrifyingly real in this fixating thriller
When a small group of previously unconnected people find themselves in possession of an original manuscript of the fabled book, their lives suddenly and brutally implode. Relentlessly pursued by a shadowy unit called The Network, who will stop at nothing to keep its origin and meaning secret. When help appears to come in the form of the mysterious Jessica Hyde, who promises to keep them safe, what choice is there but to believe her?
Utopia is a testament to Kelly's ability to combine humor and wit with intelligence and brutality. Utopia will excite, intrigue, shock and will leave you wanting more! Watch the compelling conspiracy unfold with this must have DVD, available to own on DVD and Blu-Ray from 11th March 2013.
- The World of Utopia - with Dennis Kelly
- Fly on the Wall of Director Marc Munden filming
- Analysis of stunt scene with Directors Wayne Yipp & Alex Garcia
- Deleted scenes
- Audio commentary on Episode one with Dennis Kelly (writer), Mark Munden (Director) and Rebekah Wray-Rogers (Producer)
Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.