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Six-disc set includes "The Strange Love Of Martha Ivers," "The Stranger" (1946), "The Red House," "Pitfall" (1948), "Kansas City Confidential," and "Suddenly" (1954).
A trio of Malibu teens--a pair of surfer buddies (Spencer Daniels, Devon Werkheiser) and a shy Boston transplant (Rachel Seiferth)--are fascinated by the edginess (and hotness) of the neighborhood's mysterious new girl (Gia Mantegna). As she starts edging and goading them into petty crime, however, they learn that she might have a disturbing endgame. Claudia Christian, Chad Lowe also star. 91 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English.
Enthralling mystery, set in the 14th century, about a priest (Paul Bettany) who joins a group of traveling actors after he's exiled for breaking his vow of chastity. When they end up in a town where a mute woman is accused of killing a young boy, the troupe decides to write a play based on the case. As they dig deeper into the facts, they begin to question the woman's guilt, giving Bettany a chance to prove her innocence and redeem himself. Willem Dafoe, Brian Cox, Gina McKee, Ewen Bremner, and Vincent Cassel co-star. AKA: "Morality Play." 110 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital 5.1.