The Feast of All Saints

The Feast of All Saints

Director: Peter Medak Cast: Gloria Reuben, Peter Gallagher, Jennifer Beals

DVD (Wide Screen / Mono)

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Based on the book by Anne Rice, the 2001 Showtime miniseries The Feast of All Saints comes to DVD from Showtime Entertainment. This two-disc set presents the complete three-hour miniseries with a standard full-frame transfer. Special features include interviews with director Peter Medak and actors Ben Vereen, Peter Gallagher, and Forest Whitaker. Also includes the featurette "The Making of The Feast of All Saints." This two-disc set is recommended for fans of the author's signature style

Product Details

Release Date: 10/07/2003
UPC: 0758445201925
Original Release: 2001
Rating: R
Source: Showtime Ent.
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [monaural, Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 3:32:00
Sales rank: 2,009

Special Features

Closed Caption; Part I: Photo gallery; Historical information; Filmographies; Part II: Making of The Feast of All Saints- including an interview with bestselling author Anne Rice; Interviews with Ben Vereen, Peter Gallagher, Gloria Reuben and Jennifer Beals

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Side #1 -- Part One
1. Paying Respects [11:14]
2. A Baby Boy [6:30]
3. Learning [5:47]
4. Being Safe [6:12]
5. Dinner Conversation [7:20]
6. Forbidden Thoughts [5:47]
7. Words By Christophe [5:02]
8. Uncomfortable Situation [3:20]
9. Not a Child [5:39]
10. Back Home [3:34]
11. Talk of Marcel [3:38]
12. Hiding the Truth [5:41]
13. New Student [5:23]
14. Zazu is Dying [4:02]
15. Wanting Freedom [5:13]
16. Shame and Trust [4:59]
17. Losing Control [6:22]
18. My Father [3:25]
Side #2 -- Part Two
1. Recovering [5:51]
2. Confusion [5:19]
3. Abandoned Pride [4:26]
4. Together Again [4:42]
5. Broken Heart [5:15]
6. Baby on the Way [6:49]
7. Love Confession [2:21]
8. Let Me Go [2:27]
9. Something Evil [5:22]
10. Wonderful Mother [3:55]
11. Torment [3:02]
12. Terrible Words [5:53]
13. Having Choices [7:26]
14. More Than Magic [7:06]
15. Unspeakable Act [6:18]
16. Changed [6:14]
17. Duel to the Death [4:47]
18. Goodbye [1:30]
19. Nothing Without You [6:13]
20. Discovering Lisette [4:23]
21. God Given Talent [5:09]
22. End Credits [3:50]

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The Feast of All Saints 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved this film, the look of it and all of the performers. Though I must admit I was more drawn to the adult love triangle between Phillipe(Peter Gallagher), Cecile(Gloria Reuben), and Aglae(Jenny Levine), than in the story line amongst the next generation. If the mini-series had been longer and focused more on the initial struggle, the drama that resulted with Marcel's (Robert Richard) self-discovery would have been even more powerful. Still, there are many lessons here about our society's cultural divide, its history and devastating consequences. And seeing this film is at least a reminder of how far we have come. Also, the performances of Jennifer Beals, Peter Gallagher, Gloria Reben, and Jenny Levine are right on. Would definitely recommend this film.
Edd More than 1 year ago
If you are looking to see some top actors and some actual history then I recommend this movie . It is very long and very good from start to finish . You will learn about a piece of USA history that has not been widely known about .
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Feast of All Saints is an extraordinary book. I was relunctant to watch the movie for fear of damaging my own visions of the characters. I was surprised to see a movie based on a book recreated so well. I believe the movie is even better than the book. The actors and actresses were portrayed wonderfully, and the passion was vivid. I rarely read books or watch movies twice with interest, but this is a well worth it exception. You'll never become bored with the story because there is too many people to keep up with. You are bound for an emotional ride...
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Based on History, pretty much sums up what life was like for fortunate people of color during the period. Direction was done in good taste, considering the sensitive subject matter. Actors were superb. Film should be shown to all college freshmen. I learned something new.