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Format: DVD
Sku: 220420693
UPC: 012236114000
UPC 14: 00012236114000
Category Keywords: Affairs  Criminals  Death  Family Life  Mexico  Psychodrama
Rating: Game Rating Code
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A Film by Inarritu Bardem
This is a story of a man in free fall. On the road to redemption, darkness lights his way. Connected with the afterlife, uxbal is a tragic hero and father of two who's sensing the danger of death. He struggles with a tainted reality and a fate that works against him in order to forgive, for love.

"...creates a feeling of raw, sprawling intimacy.  A.O. Scott, New York Times
"[It] ultimately gives us a story of hope, and from Bardem, a performance of staggering depth...  Betsy Sharkey, Los Angeles Times
"Soulful, tragic and made with loving care.  Mary F. Pols, TIME Magazine

Editor's Note
A man tries to reconcile his desire to be good with his lawless ways in this dark drama from Mexican auteur Alejandro González Iñárritu. Uxbal (Javier Bardem) is a man with a bright side and a dark side. Uxbal is a caring father who is strong but affectionate toward his two children, Ana (Hanaa Bouchaib) and Mateo (Guillermo Estrella), and he struggles to maintain a healthy relationship with their mother, Marambra (Maricel Álvarez), despite her problems with alcohol and instability. But Uxbal is also a criminal who oversees a small underground empire alongside fellow crime boss Hai (Taisheng Cheng) and Uxbal's impulsive brother, Tito (Eduard Fernández). Uxbal's dealings range from drugs to construction, but unlike his partners in crime, he tries to treat those around him with dignity even as he trades in human misery. Uxbal's precarious world begins to collapse when he's diagnosed with a serious illness and told he has only a few weeks left to live; he tries to put his affairs in order in the time he has left, but realizes that few around him have any sense of responsibility. BIUTIFUL receives its world premiere at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival.


Video Features DVD, Widescreen, English, Subtitled, Spanish, Dolby Digital (5.1), Dolby, Digital Audio

Technical Info

Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Lions Gate
Video Release Date Release Date: 2/12/2013
Video Play Time Running Time: 147 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 2010
Video UPC UPC: 00012236114000
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

Audio & Video
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks:
Video Color Spec Video: (unknown/unconverted)

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Widescreen  

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Diarytou Daff
Video Cast Info Javier Bardem
Video Cast Info Eduard Fernandez
Video Cast Info Cheng Taishen
Video Cast Info Maricel Alvarez
Video Cast Info Hanaa Bouchaib - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Luo Jin - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Ruben Ochandiano - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Sophie Evans - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Ana Wagener - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Violeta Perez - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Cheikh Ndiaye - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Tomas delEstal - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Karra Elejalde - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Eduardo Gomez - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Rodrigo Prieto - Director of Photography
Video Cast Info Ann Ruark - Production Manager/UPM
Video Cast Info Alejandro González Iñárritu - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Alejandro González Iñárritu - Story
Video Cast Info Martin Hernandez - Sound
Video Cast Info Javier Soto - Assistant Director
Video Cast Info Lynn Fainchtein - Music Director
Video Cast Info Jose Garcia - Sound
Video Cast Info Anibel Kerpel - Music Editor
Video Cast Info Gustavo Santaolalla - Composer
Video Cast Info Manolo Garcia - Hairstylist
Video Cast Info Armando Bo - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Nicolas Giacobone - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Guillermo Estrella - Co-Star
Video Cast Info George Chibuikwem Chukwuma - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Lang Sofia Lin - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Yodian Yang - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Tuo Lin - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Xueheng Chen - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Xiaoyan Zhang - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Ye Ailie - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Xianlin Bao - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Nasser Saleh - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Angel Luis Arjona - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Dolores Echepares - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Adelfa Calvo - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Manuel Solo - Co-Star
Video Cast Info German Almendros - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Isaac Alcaide - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Nacho Moline - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Annabel Totusaus - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Ramon Elies - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Juan Vicente Sanchez - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Felix Cubero - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Carmen Peleteiro - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Federico Munoz - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Leticia Albizuri - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Maria Casado - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Judith Huertas - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Aroa Ortiz - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Victoria M. Diaz - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Sonia Cruz - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Luna Jimenez Colindres - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Dunia Montenegro - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Rodica Ioana Ungureanu - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Carmen LaLata - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Alejandro González Iñárritu - Director


Oscar (2011)
   Video Award Name Alejandro Gonz?lez I??rritu, Nominee, Best Foreign Language Film of the Year

Golden Globe (2011)
   Video Award Name Biutiful, Nominee, Best Foreign Language Film

Oscar (2011)
   Video Award Name Javier Bardem, Nominee, Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role

Cannes Film Festival (2010)
Video Award Name Javier Bardem, Winner, Best Actor

Professional Reviews

"In the end, what's most deeply affecting about BIUTIFUL is a face -- Bardem's." 12/28/2010

Los Angeles Times
"[A]n ethereal yet visceral meditation on living and dying....[Bardem gives] a performance of staggering depth, unquestionably one of the year's best." 12/29/2010

New York Times
"[Bardem] combines muscular, charismatic physicality with an almost delicate sensitivity..." 12/28/2010

Wall Street Journal
"As for Mr. Bardem, he's ever so much more than a tragic face. He gives this hero tragic grandeur." 12/31/2010

Hollywood Reporter
"[I]t's a gorgeous, melancholy tone poem about love, fatherhood and guilt....Some scenes are absolutely wrenching to behold." 12/17/2010

4 stars out of 5 -- "[A] riveting, if harrowing piece....Bardem is tremendous here." 02/01/2011

Chicago Sun-Times
"Bardem, who received a best actor Oscar nomination for BIUTIFUL, is a vastly human actor....Here he suffers, and is good, and suffers partly simply because he cannot do good things." 01/26/2011

USA Today
"Iñárritu is a filmmaker drawn to dark, layered tales. His collaboration with the soulful Bardem is an inspired one." 01/28/2011

Total Film
4 stars out of 5 -- "[F]erocious filmmaking, directed with lyrical austerity and played with conviction." 03/01/2011

The Hollywood Reporter 9 of 10
Understand that Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's "Biutiful" has a strong, linear narrative drive. Nevertheless, and most of all, it's a gorgeous, melancholy tone poem about love, fatherhood and guilt. Some scenes are absolutely wrenching to behold. Others hit home with a punch to the solar plexus. Spain -- and Barcelona to be specific -- has beckoned forth the wistful poet in the Mexican-born filmmaker. His response to this summons is a film that, while about death, is teeming with life in all its tangled messiness...Javier Bardem, delivers a knockout performance as a hero whose last days are detailed with Joycean elan, filled with ambiguity, contradictions and lyricism."Biutiful" will require several viewings for the film to yield a complete portrait of its mysterious, flawed hero. Because for all the complexity of his previous films, with fractured, multiple narratives and an array of international characters, this in many ways is Inarritu's most intricate study yet of the human condition. - Kirk Honeycutt

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