The Comfort of Strangers (DVD + Blu-ray) (1990)

Release Date: 24 September 2018 | Certificate: Suitable for 15 years and over
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Mary (Natasha Richardson) and Colin (Rupert Everett) first fell in love on a romantic holiday in Venice, Italy. Now four years later, they have returned to rekindle their romance and determine where their relationship is headed. What they don't know is why an English-speaking Venetian (Christopher Walken) is following them, watching them, and taking pictures. Soon they learn they are involved in a bizarre tale of sex, voyeurism, deception and passion. Helen Mirren plays Walken's wife in a film that will take you into the dark world of charming yet dangerous strangers. Written by the great Harold Pinter from a novel by Ian McEwan, the film was directed by Paul Schrader (Director of American Gigolo and Blue Collar, and writer of Taxi Driver). Special features Archive interview with Paul Schrader Original theatrical trailer Other extras TBC Fully illustrated booklet with new writing on the film by film scholar Dr Deborah Allison and on Harold Pinter by Guardian theatre critic Michael Billington, plus full film credits
Release Date: 24 September 2018
Certificate: 15 - Suitable for Persons Aged 15 or Over
Catalogue No: BFIB1304