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The Green Mile/Pay It Forward/Proof of Life (2000)

Region: (unknown)
UPC/Barcode: 7321900219945
Released: 8th October 2001
Release type: Deleted
No. of Discs: (unknown)
Catalogue No: D021994
Category: Feature, Drama
Format: DVD / Box Set
The Green Mile/Pay It Forward/Proof of Life (2000) (Box Set) (Deleted)


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Film information

Based on: The novels by Stephen King and Catherine Ryan Hyde

Story: Triple bill of recent Hollywood releases. 'The Green Mile' is a screen adaptation of Stephen King's best-seller. In 1935 Louisiana prison guard Paul Edgecomb (Tom Hanks) meets convict John Coffey (Michael Clarke Duncan) and it is an experience which will change his life forever. Coffey, an eight foot giant, is on Death Row convicted of the murder of two children - and he is afraid to sleep in his cell without a night-light. Coffey also has a special gift, one which he uses to prove to the guards that he has been wrongfully convicted. In 'Pay It Forward' school teacher Eugene Simonet (Kevin Spacey) sets his class an assignment: they must each think up a way to make the world a better place. This prompts eleven-year-old Trevor McKinney (Haley Joel Osment) to develop the idea that instead of paying back good deeds, one should instead pay them forward. Putting his idea into practice, Trevor performs an act of kindness for three different people, requiring each of those three to perform three further kindnesses themselves. In doing so he starts a chain reaction which does indeed make the world a better place. Whilst in 'Proof of Life' Peter Bowman (David Morse) is an American engineer kidnapped by guerrillas while working in Latin America. His wife Alice (Meg Ryan) is unable to raise the requested $5m in ransom money and turns to hostage retrieval expert Terry Thorne (Russell Crowe) for help. Terry tries to negotiate a lower price with the guerrillas, but also finds himself falling for Alice; then, when information about Peter's location filters through, Terry decides it is time to mount an armed rescue mission.

Starring: Tom Hanks, David Morse, Kevin Spacey, Helen Hunt, Haley Joel Osment, Meg Ryan, Russell Crowe, Bonnie Hunt, Michael Clarke Duncan, James Cromwell, Michael Jeter, Graham Greene, Doug Hutchison, Sam Rockwell, Barry Pepper, Jeffrey DeMunn, Patricia Clarkson, Harry Dean Stanton, Jay Mohr, Jim Caviezel, Jon Bon Jovi, Angie Dickinson, David Ramsay, Gary Werntz, Colleen Flynn, Marc Donato, Pamela Reed, David Caruso, Anthony Heald, Stanley Anderson, Gottfried John, Alun Armstrong, Michael Kitchen, Margo Martindale

Directed by: Frank Darabont, Mimi Leder, Taylor Hackford

Director Photography: Oliver Stapleton, Slawomir Idziak

Music by: Thomas Newman, Danny Elfman

Produced by: David Valdes, Frank Darabont, Steven Reuther, Peter Abrams, Robert Levy, Taylor Hackford, Charles Mulvehill

Written by: Frank Darabont, Stephen King, Leslie Dixon, Tony Gilroy

DVD information

Studio/distributor: Warner Home Video

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