The compelling and comic masterpiece Nebraska is available to own on Digital and Digital HD from 31st March 2014, and on DVD, Blu-ray and On Demand from 14th April 2014.
Discover a bittersweet comic drama that will take you on a road trip through hope and discovery, as Nebraska makes its Digital and Digital HD debut on 31st March 2014 and on DVD, Blu-ray and On Demand on 14th April 2014, from Paramount Home Media Distribution.
Hailed as "a masterpiece" (Alan Frank, Daily Star), Nebraska is nominated for six Academy Awards®, including Best Picture, Best Director (Alexander Payne), Best Actor (Bruce Dern), Best Original Screenplay (Bob Nelson), Best Supporting Actress (June Squibb) and Best Cinematography (Phedon Papamichael). Nebraska is also nominated for three BAFTAs, including Best Leading Actor, Best Original Screenplay and Best Cinematography.
From Academy Award®-winner Alexander Payne, the director of Sideways and The Descendants, comes the captivating story of a father and his adult son who embark on a journey to claim a million-dollar prize; what begins as a fool's errand becomes a search for the road to redemption.
Screen legend Bruce Dern gives "a career crowning performance" (Scott Foundas, Variety) that has earned him widespread critical praise, as well as the Best Actor award from the Cannes Film Festival, the National Board of Review and the Los Angeles Film Critics and Oscar, Golden Globe, SAG, Spirit and Satellite award nominations. Nebraska also features an outstanding supporting cast including Stacy Keach, Oscar nominee June Squibb and a "revelatory" (Peter Travers, Rolling Stone) Will Forte.
Breath-taking monochrome landscapes and satirical humour paint an intimate and engaging picture of small town life in mid-America, whilst engaging universally relatable themes of family, nostalgia, ageing and hope. Don't miss Nebraska, as it arrives on DVD, Blu ray, Digital, Digital HD and On Demand this spring.
- 'The Making of Nebraska' Featurette
Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.