Starring two-time Academy Award winner Tom Hanks, and under the direction of Academy Award-winner Sam Mendes, Road to Perdition is available to own on Blu-ray with digital copy on 24th May 2010 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.
With an all-star cast including Oscar-winner Paul Newman, Jude Law, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Daniel Craig and Stanley Tucci, Road to Perdition is a powerful and explosive crime thriller that is a 'must own' for any movie lover. Road to Perdition on Blu-ray boasts brand-new special features including an introduction by Sam Mendes, a documentary on Academy Award-winning director of photography Conrad L. Hall's catalog of films and his influence on the next generation of film-makers, as well as an interactive exploration of the people and events that inspired the film.
Road to Perdition tells the story of two fathers: Michael Sullivan (Hanks, Charlie Wilson's War), a hit man for the mob, and John Rooney (Newman, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid), Michael's boss. Their sons Michael Sullivan, Jr. (Tyler Hoechlin) and Connor Rooney (Craig, Quantum of Solace) are each desperate to win their father's favour. Jealousy and competition put all four on a dangerous collision course, ultimately leading to the death of Sullivan Snr's wife (Leigh, Weeds) and youngest son, Peter (Liam Aiken), and setting the remaining Sullivans on a journey fuelled by revenge...
Winner of both the Academy Award and BAFTA for Best Cinematography, there is no better way to experience this dark and absorbing film than on Blu-ray. Explore the high definition sights and sounds of Depression-era Chicago from the comfort of your home this May.
- Director commentary [117 minutes]
- Deleted scenes with optional commentary [22 minutes]
- A Cinematic Life: The Art and Influence of Conrad Hall [26 minutes]
- The Library: A Further Exploration of the World of Road to Perdition [42 minutes]
- HBO Special: The Making of Road to Perdition [25 minutes]
Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.