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Cold Mountain
- Jude Law

Overview - Directed by Anthony Minghella (THE ENGLISH PATIENT), this Civil War saga addresses romance, friendship, and the ravages of war--both in the field and on the home front. Far more than a simple love story, Minghella's film captures the horrors of war for both those fighting it, and for those left behind.  Read more...

 
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Overview

Directed by Anthony Minghella (THE ENGLISH PATIENT), this Civil War saga addresses romance, friendship, and the ravages of war--both in the field and on the home front. Far more than a simple love story, Minghella's film captures the horrors of war for both those fighting it, and for those left behind. Based on the Charles Frazier novel, this is a tale of hope, longing, redemption, second chances, and faith. Ada Monroe (Nicole Kidman) is a proper lady who accompanies her preacher father (Donald Sutherland) to Cold Mountain, North Carolina. She waits for her love, W.P. Inman (Jude Law)--a sensitive man with little use for many words--to return from war. In the process she learns basic survival skills and finds strength from no-nonsense Ruby (Renée Zellweger), a spitfire who can work the land as well as any man. Meanwhile, wounded Inman has had enough of war and killing, and is slowly working his way back to Ada despite the perils of being a Confederate deserter. Law and Kidman are genuinely touching as two virtual strangers who invest all of their faith in each other, and Zellweger is astounding as the uncultured but compassionate Ruby. Rounding out the cast is an impressive array of actors, including Brendan Gleeson, Ray Winstone, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Natalie Portman, Jack White (of the White Stripes), Kathy Baker, Giovanni Ribisi, and many others.

Awards:
2003 - Academy Awards - Best Supporting Actress Winner

Cast List

William Horberg - Producer
Sydney Pollack - American Director, producer, actor
Ron Yerxa - EXECUTIVE PRODUCER
John Seale - Director Of Photography, POSEIDON (2006)
Natalie Portman - Actress/"Professional"
Anthony Minghella - Playwright/Screenwriter/Director
Lucas Black - Child actor - Sling Blade
Philip Seymour Hoffman - Oscar-winning actor, CAPOTE, DOUBT
Philip S. Hoffman - Oscar-winning actor, CAPOTE, DOUBT
Jena Malone - Actress
Renée Zellweger - American Actress, NURSE BETTY (2000)
Renee Kathleen Zellweger - American Actress, NURSE BETTY (2000)
Giovanni Ribisi - Actor
Eileen Atkins - British character actress
Donald Sutherland - Canadian Actor
James Rebhorn - Supporting Actor
Kathy Baker - American actress
Albert Berger - PRODUCER
Melora Walters - Supporting Actress
Ethan Suplee - American actor, MALLRATS/REMEMBER THE TITANS
Jude Law - British Actor, WILDE (1997)
Ray Winstone - Actor/"Ladybird Ladybird"
Charlie Hunnam - Actor, ABANDON (2002)
Gabriel Yared - Film composer
Charles Frazier - Author, COLD MOUNTAIN (2003)
Nicole Kidman - Actress, TO DIE FOR
Cillian Murphy - Actor, ON THE EDGE (2001)
Jack White - Member of the White Stripes
Brendan Gleeson - Actor/"Braveheart"
James Gammon - American Actor
Jim Gammon - American Actor

 
Details
    Blu-Ray Disc Format
  • Format: Blu-Ray
  • Run Time: 154
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 031398147633
  • Genre: Drama
  • Rating: R (MPAA)
  • Release Date: September 2013

Related Categories:
Movies > Dramas

Related Keywords:
Civil War
Live-Action
Romance
Slavery
War
Love Story
Historical
Theatrical Release
Romances
Soldiers
Essential Cinema
Based On A Novel

 
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Notes:
Theatrical Release: December 25, 2003

Reviews:
"...This is one stunner of a movie....Jude Law gives a breakthrough star performance....Kidman lights up the screen..." - 12/25/2003 Rolling Stone, p.117


"...[An] awesome gathering of talent..." - 12/01/2003 Movieline's Hollywood Life, p.113


"[A] lavish evocation of simplicity that, for all its showy sophistication, has an appealing emotional directness." - 12/25/2003 New York Times, p.E1


"Anthony Minghella's episodic epic of Charles Frazier's acclaimed best seller is the equal of any Civil War movie ever made....The actors deliver all around." - 12/26/2003 USA Today, p.16D


"It's a literate, lyrical screen adaptation." - 01/22/2004 Rolling Stone, p.77


"COLD MOUNTAIN is a studiously carpentered film, with an Odyssey-through-the-backwoods vastness that is very pleasing..." - 01/09/2004 Entertainment Weekly, p.56-7


"[T]he battle scenes and the Civil War landscapes have beauty and majesty." - 12/24/2003 Chicago Sun-Times, p.46

 
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