Hearts in Atlantis

Hearts in Atlantis

Director: Scott Hicks Cast: Anthony Hopkins, Anton Yelchin, Hope Davis

DVD (Wide Screen)

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Overview

Hearts in Atlantis, another in a series of films adapted from Stephen King novels, makes a wonderful translation to DVD. The image, which is presented in its original aspect ratio of 1.85:1, and, as would be expected, is anamorphic, is sharp and duplicates the theatrical experience as close as a disc can get. Sound, with a Dolby Digital 5.1 track, is equally impressive, even if it doesn't take advantage of the entire sound spectrum. Dialogue is clear and lacks any distortion, showing excellent audio mastering. The disc also features a soundtrack in French as well as subtitles in English and French. Though not really a special edition, this DVD does contain some fine supplemental materials. Of strong interest is a commentary track from soft spoken director Scott Hicks. He fills the time with valuable anecdotes that enhance the viewing of the film. Of great interest is a 30-minute interview with Anthony Hopkins. He is interviewed by Hicks and both have many insightful comments, not only about this film, but Hopkins' career and his acting style. Finally, there is a brief photo gallery and the theatrical trailer, making this a DVD that stands out in nearly every way.

Product Details

Release Date: 02/12/2002
UPC: 0085392208128
Original Release: 2001
Rating: PG-13
Source: Warner Home Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 1:41:00
Sales rank: 1,222

Special Features

Commentary by director Scott Hicks; interview with Anthony Hopkins conducted by Hicks; stills gallery; cast and filmmaker profiles; trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Anthony Hopkins Ted Brautigan
Anton Yelchin Bobby Garfield
Hope Davis Liz Garfield
Mika Boorem Carol Gerber
David Morse Adult Bobby Garfield
Alan Tudyk Monte Man
Tom Bower Len Files
Celia Weston Alana Files
Adam Le Fevre Donald Biderman
Will Rothhaar Sully-John
Timothy Reifsnyder Harry Doolin
Deirdre O'Connell Mrs. Gerber
Terry Beaver Mr. Oliver
Joe T. Blakenship Richie O'Rourke
Brett Fleisher Willie Shearman
Joel F. Haberli Sully's Dad
Evan Moses Sully's Little Brother
Joshua Billings Cabbie
Valerie Karasek Sully's Widow
Graham Bardsley Minister
Keith H. Beyer Soldier at Funeral
Robert V. Maine Soldier at Funeral
Sean Edwards Soldier at Funeral
Mickey Leon McBride Soldier at Funeral
Wes Johnson Sport Announcer

Technical Credits
Scott Hicks Director
Bruce Berman Executive Producer
Mychael Danna Score Composer
Michael Flynn Executive Producer
William Goldman Screenwriter
Kerry Heysen Producer
Pip Karmel Editor
Barbara Ling Production Designer
Piotr Sobocinski Cinematographer
Julie Weiss Costumes/Costume Designer
Stephen King Source Author

Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Scenes
1. Delivery From the Past. [3:59]
2. Back Home. [3:04]
3. Happy Birthday. [4:06]
4. What All Kids Want. [4:22]
5. The Real Job. [6:11]
6. You Will Kiss Her. [2:53]
7. Nagurski's Comeback Game. [5:31]
8. Wrong Number. [:52]
9. Ted's Trance. [1:41]
10. The Monte Man. [4:32]
11. The Ferris Wheel. [4:41]
12. Like Atlantis. [1:58]
13. Weekend Plans. [2:16]
14. Doolin's Secret. [3:54]
15. Worried. [5:44]
16. Corner Pocket Discoveries. [2:42]
17. Low Men Approach. [3:40]
18. Winners and Losers. [2:05]
19. Ted's Burden. [3:09]
20. Unstoppable. [2:23]
21. Heart of a Lion. [4:08]
22. The Informer. [2:36]
23. Through the Window. [3:09]
24. Two Betrayals. [5:34]
25. Doolin Undone. [1:27]
26. Working on It. [1:09]
27. The Best We Can. [1:45]
28. Picture of Carol. [2:02]
29. Enduring Gift. [3:10]
30. Dedication and End Credits. [1:06]

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Hearts in Atlantis 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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i luved this movie so much! it touched my heart and made me cry which no movie has made me do since kindergarten! buy it!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Hey,fright freaks! No fright here! But it's very touching and solemn. It's not a boring girly movie, there's some manly stuff in there too. Like gambling, drinking, and some violence. Rent!
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