Going Postal DVD

aka Terry Pratchett's Going Postal, Jon Jones, 2010

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Film Details

Directed by Jon Jones

Produced in 2010

Main Language - English

Countries & Regions - British Film

Film Description

The third of Sky's adaptations from Terry Pratchett's Discworld novels after The Colour of Magic and Hogfather, Going Postal is a tale of love and revenge ... and stamps.

Moist von Lipwig is a con artist of the highest degree: polite, charming, and skillful in his work. Nevertheless, as the story begins he is confined to a cell in Ankh Morpork and scheduled to die within half an hour after having stolen AM$150,000. He is saved when Lord Vetinari offers him a choice: he can walk out of the door (and fall to his death), or he can become Postmaster of the city's run down Post Office. Lipwig chooses the latter, hoping for a chance to escape. Unfortunately for him, Lipwig's first and last attempt at escape is thwarted by a golem named Mr Pump, who delivers Lipwig back to the office of the Patrician...

DVD Details

Certificate: 12

Publisher: 20th Century Fox

Length: 182 mins

Format: DVD Colour

Region: 2

Released: 23rd August 2010

Cat No: 5022301000

DVD Extras

  • Exclusive Terry Pratchett introduction.

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