Brotherhood Of The Wolf (Blu-Ray)

Release Date: 01 March 2010 | Certificate: To Be Announced
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BROTHERHOOD OF THE WOLF is a wild mix of martial arts, horror, and French period drama. Gregoire de Fronsac (Samuel Le Bihan), a charming naturalist and libertine, arrives in Gevaudan with his companion, Mani (Mark Dacascos), a taciturn Mohawk Iroquois Indian with amazing fighting skills. Fronsac has been sent by the king to investigate a mysterious beast that is slaughtering women and children across the countryside. The local gentry include the friendly Marquis Thomas D'Apcher (Jeremie Renier), Jean-Francois de Morangias (Vincent Cassel), a one-armed adventurer with a suspicious nature, and his beautiful sister, Marianne (Emilie Dequenne of ROSETTA). Though Fronsac is immediately attracted to Marianne, he still finds time to visit Sylvia (Monica Bellucci), a mysterious prostitute with a penchant for sharp objects. Fronsac and Mani quickly realize that the killer is not a wolf, but something bigger and far more deadly. As they attempt to track the beast, they encounter unexpected resistance from the locals, and find themselves in grave danger. BROTHERHOOD, a huge hit in France, is a uniquely entertaining film, featuring stunning fight scenes, suspense, and campy high drama. Director Christophe Gans captures it all with a visual panache few Hollywood directors can match.
Release Date: 01 March 2010
Certificate: tba - To Be Announced
Directed by: Christophe Gans

Region B
Sound: Dolby Digital
Production Year: 2001
Main Language: French
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Catalogue No: OPTBD0649