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Bound: Signature Edition

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Genres: Drama, Thriller
Starring: Gina Gershon, Jennifer Tilly, Joe Pantoliano
Director: The Wachowskis
Plot Synopsis:

A groundbreaking work of LGBTQ cinema, Bound stars Gina Gershon (Showgirls) as Corky, a tough-as-nails ex-con, and Jennifer Tilly (Bullets Over Broadway) as her lover Violet. A chance encounter in an elevator ignites a torrid affair between the two women, who soon plot to steal $2 million in laundered mob money and pin the blame on Violet's mafioso boyfriend, Ceasar (Joe Pantoliano, The Sopranos). A stylish neo-noir, fusing classic tropes with hyper-stylized camera work and color design, Bound is a crackling retro-thriller that never strays too far from its noir roots and would become the first in a line of visually dazzling films from The Wachowskis, the writing and directing team behind the Matrix trilogy.

  • Release Details
    MPAA Rating: Unrated
    Movie Release Year: 1996
    Release Country: United States
  • Technical Specs
    Length:109 Minutes
    Video Resolution/Codec:1080p/AVC MPEG-4
    Aspect Ratio(s):1.85:1
    Audio Formats:English DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0
    Subtitles/Captions:English SDH
    Special Features:Audio commentary with writers/directors The Wachowskis; actors Joe Pantoliano, Jennifer Tilly and Gina Gershon; film editor Zach Staenberg; and technical consultant Susie Bright"Part and Parcel" – with titles designer Patti Podesta"The Difference Between You and Me" – with film studies and gender studies professors B. Ruby Rich and Jen Moorman"Hail Ceasar" – with Joe Pantoliano"Here's Johnny!" – with Christopher Meloni"Femme Fatales" – with Gina Gershon and Jennifer Tilly"Modern Noir: The Sights & Sounds of Bound" – with cinematographer Bill Pope, editor Zach Staenberg, and composer Don DavisTheatrical TrailerEssay by screenwriter/actress Guinevere Turner