Blood and Wine

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Jack Nicholson reunited with director Bob Rafelson, director of Five Easy Pieces and The King Of Marvin Gardens, for this violent, downbeat crime drama. Alex Jack Nicholson is a wine dealer whose business is going belly-up, along with his life. His step-son Jason Stephen Dorff hates him, his wife Suzanne Judy Davis has a drinking problem and is the constant target of Alex's abuse, and Alex is having an affair with Gabriella Jennifer Lopez, a domestic worker from Cuba. One of the people that Gabriella cleans for ...
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Sealed in manufacturer's shrink wrap~fast shipping. Bob Rafelson returns to the style of filmmaking he helped popularize in the '70s with Five Easy Pieces (1970) and The King of ... Marvin Gardens (1972) with an extraordinarily well-acted, if conventional, noir thriller. The director referred to those earlier films in describing this as the concluding piece of a trilogy, but unlike the young, unsettled characters Jack Nicholson played in those films, the bitter, misanthropic wine merchant he essays here is long past redemption. Much the same could be said for his partner in a planned jewel theft, Michael Caine, a veteran yegg whose volatility is always threatening to destroy their ad hoc union. Throw in the businessman's justifiably venomous wife (Judy Davis), her mysteriously sullen stepson (Michael Dorff), and the sexy mistress (Jennifer Lopez), who has an eye for Dorff, and one begins to understand his stress. Nicholson sheds his pet mannerisms and digs into a very dark corner of himself for this memorably ugly character, and Caine matches him every step of the way. The two seem to thrive on carving each other up, and their energy adds texture and weight. Davis is again superb in the somewhat limiting part of a wronged wife. Thank you for your consideration. Read more Show Less

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Jack Nicholson reunited with director Bob Rafelson, director of Five Easy Pieces and The King Of Marvin Gardens, for this violent, downbeat crime drama. Alex Jack Nicholson is a wine dealer whose business is going belly-up, along with his life. His step-son Jason Stephen Dorff hates him, his wife Suzanne Judy Davis has a drinking problem and is the constant target of Alex's abuse, and Alex is having an affair with Gabriella Jennifer Lopez, a domestic worker from Cuba. One of the people that Gabriella cleans for has a diamond necklace worth several million dollars locked in a safe in a bedroom. Desperate for a quick score to get himself out of debt, Alex sees a opportunity for a lot of fast money and hooks up with Victor Michael Caine, a career criminal who knows how to open safes but is desperately ill with tuberculosis. Nicholson and Rafelson first worked together on the film Head, starring The Monkees Nicholson only had a bit part, but he also wrote the screenplay and was credited with producing the soundtrack album.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Audio commentary by director Bob Rafelson; Scene-specific commentary with Jack Nicholson, Michael Caine, Stephen Dorff, Producer Jeremy Thomas and film historian Stephen Farber; Deleted scenes; Making-Of featurettes: "Genesis," "The Characters," "The Job of Acting," "On Jack Nicholson," "On Michael Caine," "On Bob Rafelson," "Bob and Jack: A Life-Long Dialogue"
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All Movie Guide - Michael Costello
Bob Rafelson returns to the style of filmmaking he helped popularize in the '70s with Five Easy Pieces (1970) and The King of Marvin Gardens (1972) with an extraordinarily well-acted, if conventional, noir thriller. The director referred to those earlier films in describing this as the concluding piece of a trilogy, but unlike the young, unsettled characters Jack Nicholson played in those films, the bitter, misanthropic wine merchant he essays here is long past redemption. Much the same could be said for his partner in a planned jewel theft, Michael Caine, a veteran yegg whose volatility is always threatening to destroy their ad hoc union. Throw in the businessman's justifiably venomous wife (Judy Davis), her mysteriously sullen stepson (Michael Dorff), and the sexy mistress (Jennifer Lopez), who has an eye for Dorff, and one begins to understand his stress. Nicholson sheds his pet mannerisms and digs into a very dark corner of himself for this memorably ugly character, and Caine matches him every step of the way. The two seem to thrive on carving each other up, and their energy adds texture and weight to an otherwise predictably noirish tale of self-immolation. Davis is again superb in the somewhat limiting part of a wronged wife, and the two younger actors are saddled with even more tangential characters.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/7/2006
  • UPC: 024543131007
  • Original Release: 1996
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  • Source: 20th Century Fox
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:41:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jack Nicholson Alex Gates
Stephen Dorff Jason
Jennifer Lopez Gabriella
Judy Davis Suzanne
Michael Caine Victor Spanksy
Harold Perrineau Jr. Henry
Thom Christopher 1st Jeweller
Antoni Corone Caribean Club Bartender
Dan Daily Todd
John Hackett gas station attendant
Vanessa L. Hernandez cuban little girl
Carmen Lopez head nurse
Marc Macaulay guard
Hector Montano Gabriella's Grandfather
Glice Montano Gabriella's Grandmother
Robyn Peterson Dina
Mario Ernesto Sanchez Artie (fishing ace)
John Seitz Frank
Mike Starr Mike
Jim Torres Towers father of Gabriella's cousin
Marta Velasco Gabriella's Cousin
Tadeusz Karolak Conductor
Technical Credits
Bob Rafelson Director, Original Story
Peter Afterman Musical Direction/Supervision
Chris Auty Executive Producer
Hercules Bellville Co-producer
Steven Cohen Editor
Barbara Collins Casting
Kathleen Courtney Associate Producer
Dianne Crittenden Casting
Alison Cross Screenwriter
Peter Devlin Sound Mixer
Noah Golden Co-producer
Melanie Grefe Asst. Director
Lindy Hemming Costumes/Costume Designer
Rick Jones Special Effects Supervisor
Jay Kannistraci Makeup
Michal Lorenc Score Composer
Michael McGowan Camera Operator, Cinematographer
Linda Melazzo Makeup
Terry Miller Associate Producer, Asst. Director
Gordon Miller Camera Operator
Leslie Shatz Sound/Sound Designer
Newton Thomas Sigel Cinematographer
Richard Sylbert Production Designer
Jeremy Thomas Producer
Michael Viglietta Asst. Director
Nick Villiers Original Story, Screenwriter
Bernie Williams Executive Producer, Production Manager
Kevin A. Williams Asst. Director
William Kemper Wright Art Director
Lori S. Wyman Casting
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Blood and Wine
1. Shark Hunters (Main Titles) [:27]
2. The Stepfather [4:29]
3. The Reese Mansion [3:25]
4. Vic [2:31]
5. Alex's Girl [:56]
6. Alex and Harold [1:07]
7. Homeless [3:01]
8. The Robber Repairman [:38]
9. Honor Among Thieves [1:18]
10. Two Tickets for New York [:16]
11. On the Run [2:01]
12. A Serious Business Problem [1:07]
13. One Million Dollars [2:10]
14. Moving Soon [:31]
15. Alex Was Here [3:42]
16. Largo [3:19]
17. Out of Time [1:22]
18. Ashes to Ashes [:21]
19. Her Loss, Your Gain [4:33]
20. Dying [3:47]
21. Welcome Home [1:05]
22. Only a Kid [1:59]
23. Choke on It [3:07]
24. Die in Your Own Clothes [2:58]
25. What it Feels Like... [1:48]
26. The Setup [2:15]
27. Diamonds and Rust [2:05]
28. End Titles [:33]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Blood and Wine
   Play
   Language Selection
      Languages: English 5.1 Dolby Surround
      Languages: Spanish Dolby Surround
      Languages: French Stereo
      Languages: Commentary With Bob Rafelson
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Spanish
      Subtitles: None
   Scene Selection
   Special Features
      Commentary With Bob Rafelson
      Scene Specific Commentary With Cast Members & Producer
      "Making Of" Featurettes
         Genesis of the Film
         Characters
         On Jack Nicholson
         On Michael Caine
         On Bob Rafelson
         Bob and Jack: A Lifelong Dialogue
         The Job of Acting
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      Deleted Scenes
         Introduction By Director Bob Rafelson
         Poker Game
         Jason & Alex Drive
         Alex Lying on the Floor
         Boat at Anchor
         Looking for Jason
         Phone Call
         In a Coma
         Screaming at the Sky
         Play All
      Theatrical Trailer
      Black Widow Trailer
      Special Feature Participants
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