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Format: Blu-Ray DVD
Sku: 218858209
UPC: 043396364103
UPC 14: 00043396364103
Category Keywords: Friendships  Marriage  Psychodrama
Rating: Game Rating Code
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Finding Hope In The Most Unusual Of Places.
Golden Globe winner James Gandolfini, ("The Sopranos") is Doug Riley, a man at the crossroads. Ever since the tragic death of his teenage daughter, he's led a life of quiet desperation... and now, something has to give. On a business trip to New Orleans, he encounters Mallory (Kristen Stewart, the Twilight films) -- a raw, angry runaway living a dangerous life as a stripper. Moved by emotions he barely understands, Riley abandons his old life to save hers. The tenuous balance is threatened when his wife Lois (Academy Award nominee Melissa Leo, Best Actress, Frozen River, 2008) shakes off the fears that have kept her homebound for years. Now three lost souls seek hope and forgiveness in each other... and together, they discover a rare gift of connection that feels like family.

"...genuinely touching...  J.R. Jones, Chicago Reader
"There are many things to admire about this movie, but the main one is that it doesn't compromise.  Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle
"Well cast and nicely acted...  Peter Travers, Rolling Stone

Editor's Note
Their relationship steadily deteriorating in the eight years following their daughter's untimely death, a married couple unable to break the cycle of grief gets a second shot at love thanks to a scrappy, underage prostitute in this family drama starring James Gandolfini, Melissa Leo, and Kristen Stewart. Ever since the death of their daughter Emily, Doug (Gandolfini) and Lois Riley (Leo) have been drifting apart. As Lois wrestles with a suffocating sense of guilt over her daughter's death, Doug copes by entering into an affair with Vivian, a local waitress. Lately, Lois hasn't even been able to muster the courage to venture outside, summoning hairdressers to her home in order to maintain appearances and communicating with few people other than her sister Harriet and the local pastor. When Vivian dies and Doug finds himself in a Baton Rouge strip club during a business trip, he realizes he's come to a dangerous crossroads in life. Turning down an offer for a private dance by 16-year-old stripper Mallory, Doug instead accompanies the girl home and makes a most unusual proposition: if Mallory will allow him to stay in her run-down apartment long enough to straighten himself out, he will pay her $100 a day for her trouble. For Mallory, who isn't used to getting money for nothing, it seems like a great deal. She accepts, and Doug phones Lois to tell her he won't be coming home. As time passes, Doug and Mallory settle into an unconventional kind of domesticity. Meanwhile, back home, Lois realizes that she'll have to act fast in order to save her marriage, even if that means venturing well outside her comfort zone for the first time in nearly a decade. Most days she can't even make it to the mailbox, but after a couple attempts, Lois manages to start up her car and get on the freeway heading south. When Lois arrives in Louisiana and discovers that her husband is living with a foul-mouthed, underage hooker, she is at first horrified. Like Doug before her, however, Lois quickly warms to Mallory, due in part to her striking similarities to Emily. Before long, Lois, too, has moved in, and the three form something of an unconventional family. But when Lois attempts to steer Mallory from the path of self-destruction, the young girl bristles. Later, Mallory is hospitalized after being badly beaten by a client, and Doug and Lois rush to be by her side. Could this be the thing that pulls them back together? When Lois admits to Doug how their daughter really died, his kind understanding gives hope for a new beginning.
Features
Video Features Dolby, Dolby Digital (5.1), Widescreen, English, French
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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Sony
Video Release Date Release Date: 2/18/2014
Video Play Time Running Time: 111 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 2010
Video UPC UPC: 00043396364103
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 Anamorphic Widescreen  1.85:1
Cast & Crew
Video Cast Info James Gandolfini
Video Cast Info Melissa Chessington Leo
Video Cast Info Kristen Stewart
Video Cast Info Ken Hixon - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Randall Poster - Music Director
Video Cast Info Marc Streitenfeld - Composer
Video Cast Info Chris Soos - Director of Photography
Video Cast Info Jake Scott - Director

Awards


Sundance Film Festival (2010)
   Video Award Name Welcome to the Rileys, Nominee, Grand Jury Prize- drama

Professional Reviews

Sight and Sound
"Leo's performance still compels, creating a fragile woman in whom the urge to control is fueled by barely managed pain." 01/01/2012

New York Post 8 of 10
...Stewart's intense,courageous performance as a 16-year-old New Orleans prostitute is really something special... - Lou Lumenick

Orlando Sentinel 8 of 10
...The pleasures of Welcome to the Rileys are in the simplest human message of all. Take an interest in somebody who needs help and the life you save may be your own... - Roger Moore

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