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Another Earth
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  • Rated: PG-13
  • Genre: Drama
  • Year: 2011
Audio
English English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1, English Descriptive Audio Dolby Digital 5.1

Synopsis

This “deeply emotional...extraordinarily profound” (Claudia Puig, USA Today, 7/22/2011) film became a must-see sensation at the Sundance Film Festival. “Beautiful, bright and fearless” (Associated Press ) newcomer Brit Marling and fan-favorite William Mapother (TV’s Lost ) star as Rhoda and John, two people whose worlds collideVafter a tragic accident. Their intimate drama plays out against the astounding discoveryVof Earth 2, a parallel world that poses provocative and fascinating possibilities. Does a new Earth mean a chance at another life? Another destiny? Another self? “Another Earth is science fiction at its best” (The Hollywood Reporter ) – with a mind-bending surprise ending that you will never forget.

Disc Information

**Theatrical Feature Blu-ray

**Deleted Scenes
**Music Video: “The First Time I Saw Jupiter” by Fall On Your Sword
**The Science Behind Another Earth
**Creating Another Earth
**Fox Movie Channel presents Direct Effect with Mike Cahill, In Character with Brit Marling and In Character with William Mapother

Cast & Crew

Brit Marling ... Rhoda Williams
Matthew-Lee Erlbach ... Alex
D.J. Flava ... Himself
William Mapother ... John Burroughs
Meggan Lennon ... Maya Burroughs
A.J. Diana ... John's Son
Bruce Colbert ... Symposium Speaker

Reviews

Nigel Floyd Time Out | December 06, 2011

Cahill's visually inconsistent first feature tries to beam epic sci-fi concepts into a micro-human drama, refracting its thought-provoking ideas through the prism of the central emotional relationship.

Tom Long Detroit News | August 12, 2011

The result is an alluring image -- Earth above Earth -- a wrenching story and a wonder-tinged film.

Chris Vognar Dallas Morning News | August 04, 2011

A stripped-down sci-fi indie that made waves at the Sundance Film Festival in January.

Moira MacDonald Seattle Times | August 04, 2011

It's a film that brims with talent and ideas; it stays with you for a while after you watch it, like the way a shadow lingers on a now-quiet road.

Kerry Lengel Arizona Republic | August 04, 2011

Instead of a fleet of Evil Kirks descending on us in souped-up space shuttles, we get a quietly moving parable of redemption.

Dave McGinn Globe and Mail | July 29, 2011

The metaphysics function as a metaphor in what's an affecting -- if slow-moving -- drama about having to live with the choices we make and our need to find redemption.

Peter Howell Toronto Star | July 29, 2011

It's one of the year's best indie releases.