China Moon (Blu-ray)
Directed by John Bailey
Benicio Del Toro
Pruitt Taylor Vince
In a small Florida town, a tantalizing tale of mystery, passion and fatal obsession unfolds under the sultry spell of a full moon. Ed Harris (Needful Things) and Madeleine Stowe (The Last of the Mohicans) turn up the heat in this sexy, stylish neo-noir thriller. Together with co-stars Benicio Del Toro (Traffic) and Charles Dance (White Mischief), Harris and Stowe deliver searing performances in this deliciously dark web of love, lust and lies that keeps you guessing until the final mesmerizing frame. Homicide detective Kyle Bodine (Harris) is the best in the business. But even a cop as brilliant as Kyle can become confused in the embrace of a seductive woman. What starts as a casual flirtation with local beauty Rachel Munro (Stowe) escalates into a desire that cannot be denied. And when Rachel's need to escape her unhappy marriage to an abusive banker ends in murder, Kyle becomes trapped in a bewildering nightmare of deceit and deadly betrayal.
Blu-ray Extras Include:
Audio commentary by director John Bailey and editor Carol Littleton
Original Theatrical Trailer
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