Birthday GirlDirector: Jez Butterworth, Piers Thompson, Nicole Kidman, Ben Chaplin
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Jez Butterworth directs Nicole Kidman in one of her oddest roles in Birthday Girl, which comes to DVD with a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 2.35:1. English and French soundtracks are rendered in Dolby Digital 5.1. Spanish subtitles are accessible, and the English soundtrack is closed-captioned. Supplemental materials include a making-of featurette, and a music video. This is a slim disc from Disney/Buena Vista, but it does offer excellent sound and picture quality. This is a worthwhile title for those in the mood for something different.
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- [Wide Screen]
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Cast & Crew
|Rebecca Clarke||Bank Collegue|
|Sue Maund||Woman With Lost Hat|
|Alan Stocks||Passport official|
|Jonathan Aris||D.I. O'Fetiger|
|Jack Pierce||Bank Collegue|
|Xander Armstrong||Robert Moseley|
|Katya Barton-Chapple||Young Sophia|
|Raj Ghatak||Bank Collegue|
|Stephen Mangan||Bank Manager|
|David Mark||Bank Collegue|
|Steve Pemberton||Duty Sergeant|
|J.J. Toba||Policeman 2|
|Robert Agganis||Camera Operator|
|Bernard Bellew||Production Manager|
|Caroline Bonham||Production Manager|
|Jina Jay Casting||Casting|
|Ray De Haan||Stunts|
|Phoebe Degaye||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|Julie Goldstein||Executive Producer|
|Rebecca Holmes||Art Director|
|Bob Last||Musical Direction/Supervision|
|Colin Leventhal||Executive Producer|
|Arabella Lockhart||Set Decoration/Design|
|Graham Longhurst||Special Effects Supervisor|
|Hugo Luczyc-Wyhowski||Production Designer|
|Sydney Pollack||Executive Producer|
|Pride Studios||Special Effects|
|Allon Reich||Executive Producer|
|Verity Roberts||Set Decoration/Design|
|Peter J. Robertson||Cinematographer|
|Rick Schwartz||Executive Producer|
|Diaan Wajon||Art Director|
|Stephen Warbeck||Score Composer|
|Paul Webster||Executive Producer|
|Linda Wilson||Set Decoration/Design|
1. Opening Credits: "A Brave, Reasonable Thing to Do"
2. Lack of Communication
3. Yearly Report
4. "Trust and Letting Go"
5. Birthday Party
6. An Explosive Houseguest
7. The Model Employee?
8. Deceit Unveiled
9. Lovely Conversation
10. "What's Your Name?"
11. A Parting Gift
12. A Hero?
13. "Hello, Sophia"
14. End Credits
Captions & Subtitles
English for the Hearing Impaired
Behind the Scenes Featurette
Music Video "Somethin' Stupid"
In the Bedroom
The Shipping News
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Gangs of New York
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This is a great movie. Not a usual Nicole Kidman film, but that is what makes it great. A good date movie or with friends. A definite must see.
This film, while not the best ever, was certainly worth the viewing. It is a fun entertaining film that will hold your attention until the end. Nicole Kidman gives a brilliant performance, one of her best.
Nicole Kidman is a goddess. ''Birthday Girl'' (a quirky suspense-comedy far different from her recent period pieces, ''Moulin Rouge!'' and ''The Others'') once again compliments her focused versatility as an actress. The film itself is enjoyable and entertaining, but the real present here is Kidman. ''Birthday Girl'' offers up yet another engaging performance from today's reigning Hollywood queen.