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The perfect storm / Warner Bros. Pictures presents ; a Baltimore Spring Creek Pictures production ; in association with Radiant Productions ; screenplay by Bill Wittliff ; produced by Paula Weinstein, Wolfgang Petersen, and Gail Katz ; directed by Wolfgang Petersen ; a Wolfgand Peterson film.

Format Video (DVD)
Publication InfoBurbank, CA : Warner Bros. Pictures : Distributed by Warner Home Video, ©2007.
Description1 videodisc (130 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Other author/creatorPetersen, Wolfgang director, producer.
Other author/creatorWittliff, William D., screenwriter.
Other author/creatorWeinstein, Paula producer.
Other author/creatorKatz, Gail, producer.
Other author/creatorClooney, George actor.
Other author/creatorWahlberg, Mark, 1971- actor.
Other author/creatorReilly, John C., 1965- actor.
Other author/creatorLane, Diane actor.
Other author/creatorFichtner, William actor.
Other author/creatorHawkes, John, 1959- actor.
Other author/creatorPayne, Allen, actor.
Other author/creatorAllen, Karen, 1951- actor.
Other author/creatorGunton, Bob, actor.
Other author/creatorMcDonald, Christopher, 1955- actor.
Other author/creatorMihok, Dash, 1974- actor.
Other author/creatorHopkins, Josh, 1970- actor.
Other author/creatorIronside, Michael, 1950- actor.
Other author/creatorJones, Cherry, 1956- actor.
Other author/creatorSchwimmer, Rusty, actor.
Other author/creatorWright, Janet actor.
Other author/creatorMastrantonio, Mary Elizabeth, actor.
Other author/creatorSeale, John, 1942- cinematographer.
Other author/creatorHorner, James composer.
Other author/creatorJunger, Sebastian. Perfect storm.
Other author/creatorWarner Bros. Pictures (1969- )
Other author/creatorBaltimore Spring Creek Pictures (Firm)
Other author/creatorRadiant Productions (Firm)
Other author/creatorWarner Home Video (Firm)
Uniform titlePerfect storm (Motion picture)
Contents Gloucester, fall 1991 -- Home safe (Credits) -- Cold streak -- Father and son -- Going back out -- People with kids -- Romance in it -- Worth it -- Saying goodbye -- For the long run -- Going fishing (Tush) -- Confidence -- Shark! -- "I always find the fish!" -- Murph's accident -- Managed gratitude -- Moments of truth -- Lots of weather -- Flemish Cap -- Homeward bound -- Rescue 231 at the . . . -- Middle of the monster -- Delivery to the Tamaroa -- Antenna gone, bird -- Cutting loose -- Running on fumes -- Rescue 231 ditches -- Bugsy overboard -- Billy's decision -- Credit for guts -- Swimming to the . . . -- Topsy-turvy -- Everything they've got -- One wave too many -- Hell of a fight -- Only love -- Sleep well -- Dreamers -- Dedication/End credits.
Abstract The Andrea Gail is a sword fishing boat out of Gloucester, Massachusetts. Billy Tyne is her captain, down-on-his-luck from a recent losing streak, looking to bring back one big score so he and his crew will have the money to stay ashore during the coming winter. So out they go, and they hit it big, hauling in what the crew estimates is a quarter-million-dollars worth of fish. Unfortunately, they haven't paid attention to the weather forecasts or the radio, and the boat is right in the path of what will become one of the most terrifying and fantastic storms of the century. The always-beating heart of the adventure are the men (and women) who go down to the sea in ships and are oft-times lost at sea, doing battle with the unpredictable, sometimes vicious forces of Nature. Based on a true story, and dedicated to the ten thousand Gloucestermen who have died at sea since 1623.
General noteBased on the book by Sebastian Junger.
General noteOriginally produced as an American motion picture in 2000.
General noteSpecial features: Commentary with director Wolfgang Petersen [optional audio feature]; Commentary with Stefen Fangmeier and Helen Elswit [optional audio feature]; Commentary with Sebastian Junger [optional audio feature]; Cast & crew [text feature]; Creating "The Perfect Storm" [featurette] (20 min.); Witnesses to the storm [featurette] (5 min.); Creating an emotion [featurette] (4 min.); Conceptual art with commentary by Wolfgang Petersen [slide show] (10 min); "Yours forever" photo montage [slide show] (4 min.); Theatrical trailer (2 min.); Soundtrack promo (20 sec.); Storyboard gallery [slide show]; DVD-ROM features [requires a DVD-ROM drive and Web browser].
CreditsDirector of photography, John Seale ; edited by Richard Francis-Bruce ; music by James Horner ; production designed by William Sandell ; visual effects supervisor, Stefen Fangmeier ; costumes designed by Erica Edell Phillips.
Cast George Clooney, Mark Wahlberg, John C. Reilly, Diane Lane, William Fichtner, John Hawkes, Allen Payne, Karen Allen, Bob Gunton, Christopher McDonald, Dash Mihok, Josh Hopkins, Michael Ironside, Cherry Jones, Rusty Schwimmer, Janet Wright, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio.
Audience MPAA Rating: Rated PG-13 for language and scenes of peril; Canadian Home Video Rating: PG.
Technical detailsDVD.
Technical detailsDVD-ROM minimum system requirements: InterActual-compatible player (included on this disc), Microsoft Windows 98SE or later, Microsoft IE 5.5 SP1, Macromedia Flash Player 7, an Internet connection, a DVD-ROM drive and a DirectShow-compatible DVD decoder. This DVD will not work in a CD-ROM drive and the DVD-ROM features are not available on Apple Mac OS.
LanguageIn English or dubbed French with optional subtitles in English or French; closed-captioned.
Genre/formFeature films.
Genre/formDisaster films.
Genre/formHistorical films.
Genre/formAdventure films.
Genre/formFilm adaptations.
Genre/formThrillers (Motion pictures)
Genre/formVideo recordings for the hearing impaired.
Genre/formDVD-Video discs.
UPC 085391163220
Publisher number116322 Warner Home Video

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