Renaissance (DVD, 2011)

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  Mfr: Echo Bridge Home Entertainment   Model: 75199
  UPC: 096009751999
(Manufacturer # 75199 ) Plot
    In the labyrinthine streets of 21st century Paris, where every move is monitored and ever action recorded, a mysterious kidnapping sets into motion a catastrophic series of events that could ultimately prove the downfall of civilization. The year is 2054, and the Avalon Corporation has securely woven its way into every aspect of modern living by making youth and beauty the most valued commodity around. Troubles arises in the City of Lights when a high-profile scientist named Ilona (voice of Romola Garai) is kidnapped, and policeman Barthélémy Karas (voice of Daniel Craig) is assigned the task of solving the case. As his investigation leads Karas down a menacing path where death lurks around every bend, he soon discovers that events that took place in 2006 have cast a dark shadow over the future of humankind. A film that mixes Blade Runner aesthetics with stark, Sin City-style visuals, Renaissance was filmed using motion-capture animation and features extravagant production design by Alfred Frazzani (Immortel Ad Vitam). ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi


    Daniel Craig, Patrick Floersheim, Catherine McCormack, Laura Blanc, Romola Garai, Virgine Mery, Ian Holm, Gabriel Ledoze, Kevork Malikyan, Marc Cassot, Jonathan Pryce, Bruno Choel, Marc Alfos, Rick Warden, Nina Sosanya, Lachelle Carl, Sean Pertwee, Sean Barrett, Robert Dauney, Crystal Shepherd-Cross


    Christian Volckman


    Aton Soumache, Alexis Vonarb
      Violence, Brief Nudity, Profanity, Sexual Situations
    • Sound : DD2
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    • Screen : WSE
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    Product Info
    • Release Date : April 26, 2011
    • Length : 106 Minutes
    • Dvdsides : 1
    • Dvddiscs : 1
    • Upc : 096009751999
    RequirementsDVD Drive or DVD Player


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  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Stereo
  • Time: 1:46:00
  • Reviews (3)

    • Anonymous
      4 years, 1 month ago at Barnes & Noble

      4.0 / 5.0

      Though there are billions of computer generated films, this one sets itself apart by its setting, its willful lack of color scheme, and it story. It reminds one of Blade Runner, which is always the way, but it still has its own set of orignal characters and ideas.

    • Anonymous
      4 years, 1 month ago at Barnes & Noble

      1.0 / 5.0

      This movie looked like it was shot live action and printed on litho film. You could discern male from female, but not much more. Impossible to keep track of characters. It was compared to blade runner. I don't see it.

    • Anonymous
      4 years, 1 month ago at Barnes & Noble

      5.0 / 5.0

      Using high contrast animation this film is a modern blend of film noir and anime. The story is a classic crime drama. The lead could have been played by Bogart himself. There is also a bit of a sci-fi influence that adds to the suspence.