Odds Against Tomorrow (DVD + Blu-ray) (1959)

Release Date: 24 October 2016 | Certificate: Suitable for 12 years and over
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Odds Against Tomorrow (DVD + Blu-ray) A film by Robert Wise Directed by four-time Oscar®-winner Robert Wise (I Want to Live!, West Side Story, Odds Against Tomorrow is a high-suspense story of a daring heist gone awry. Embittered ex-cop Dave Burke (Ed Begley) enlists ruthless killer Earle Slater (Robert Ryan, The Dirty Dozen) and gambling musician Johnny Ingram (Harry Belafonte) to rob an upstate New York bank. Trouble unfolds however when, fuelled by racist hatred, Earle clashes with Johnny and the planned heist spirals into chaos, leading to a violent climactic confrontation. With its exceptional jazz score, acerbic social commentary and atmospheric visual style, Odds Against Tomorrow is a high point in the Film Noir canon, and one of the most important films of its era to address racism. Special features Presented in both High Definition and Standard Definition Original theatrical trailer Odds Against Tomorrow post-screening Q&A with Harry Belafonte (2009, 50 mins): an in-depth interview filmed at the Noir City: Chicago film festival Adrian Wootton on Odds Against Tomorrow (2016, 30 mins): a newly filmed appreciation The Guardian Interview: Robert Wise at the National Film Theatre (1995, 74 mins): a career-spanning onstage interview The John Player Lecture: Robert Ryan at the National Film Theatre (1969, 63 mins): the actor talks at length about his craft Illustrated booklet with new writing by Tega Okiti, and full film credits
Release Date: 24 October 2016
Certificate: 12 - Suitable for Persons Aged 12 or Over