Leon: The Director's Cut DVD
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Directed by Luc Besson
Produced in 1995
Main Language - English
Countries & Regions - European Film
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Natalie Portman made her screen debut as 12 year-old Mathilda, who, on finding that her dysfunctional family has been slaughtered by Gary Oldman's psychotic, drug dealing police officer, teams up with her mysterious, solitary neighbour Leon (Jean Reno), a professional assassin. And while Mathilda begins to teach him how to live, Leon begins to teach her how to kill.
This Director's Cut adds 24 minutes of material removed from the original release that concentrates on the relationship between Mathilda and Leon.
Publisher: Optimum Releasing
Length: 127 mins
Aspect ratio: 2.35:1 widescreen
Cat No: OPTD1642
Format: DVD Colour
Subtitles: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese
- Documentaries: 'Leon' - 10 Year Retrospective, John Reno: The Road To 'Leon', Natalie Portman: Starting Young
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This is one of the most thrilling yet disturbing films I have ever seen. The events portrayed lead to an inexorable conclusion which, at the same time, both involves ... Read on
This is one of the most thrilling yet disturbing films I have ever seen. The events portrayed lead to an inexorable conclusion which, at the same time, both involves and troubles the viewer. There is an uneasy pact created by the director and the assembled cast which draws the viewer into the nefarious world of the both putative antagonist and protagonist. An uneasy relationship is cultivated which leads one to dwell upon what is unseen, unsaid, as well as what is portrayed. Disturbing, but involving. Thrilling yet guilt inducing. A minor masterpiece. LAM Hide