Before and After (Special Edition) (DVD)
Directed by Barbet Schroeder
Daniel von Bargen
A Murder! A Suspect! A Shadow of a Doubt! Hollywood greats Meryl Streep (Silkwood) and Liam Neeson (The Good Mother) deliver spellbinding performances in this riveting, suspense-filled thriller by the great Barbet Schroeder, the director of Maîtresse, Barfly, Single White Female and Reversal of Fortune. A small, close-knit community is rocked by a shocking murder— and the only suspect is the teenage son (Edward Furlong, American History X) of a respected local family. Suddenly, Dr. Carolyn Ryan (Streep) and her husband Ben (Neeson) are faced with a gut-wrenching dilemma: whether to risk everything on their son’s innocence... or protect him from his possible guilt. Devastating yet powerfully entertaining, you’re sure to agree with critics everywhere who found Before and After thrilling from beginning to end. Screenplay by award-winning writer Ted Tally (The Silence of the Lambs) and co-starring Alfred Molina (Spider-Man 2), John Heard (Deceived), Ann Magnuson (Love at Large) and Larry Pine (Vanya on 42nd Street).
DVD Extras Include:
NEW Audio Commentary by director Barbet Schroeder and editor Lee Percy
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