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  • Rated: R
  • Year: 2015
English DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1, English Descriptive Audio 5.1
English SDH, Spanish, French


ACADEMY AWARD® Winner Michael Caine* joins OSCAR® Nominee Harvey Keitel** in this beautiful, engaging film from Paolo Sorrentino. When two longtime friends — renowned conductor Fred Ballinger (Caine) and acclaimed filmmaker Mick Boyle (Keitel) — vacation at a serene Swiss Alps resort, their serenity is cut short by family crises and sudden career demands. Ultimately the men realize that sometimes our most important experiences come later in this lush film about life, love, death and art, also starring OSCAR® Winners Rachel Weisz and Jane Fonda†.

*Supporting Actor: The Cider House Rules, 1999; Hannah and Her Sisters, 1986. **Supporting Actor, Bugsy, 1991. †Rachel Weisz: Supporting Actress, The Constant Gardener, 2005. Jane Fonda: Actress, Coming Home, 1978; Actress, Klute, 1971.

Disc Information

**Theatrical Feature Blu-ray

**Michael Caine
**Paolo Sorrentino
**Music and Sound
**The Essence of Youth

**Digital HD

Cast & Crew

Michael Caine ... Fred Ballinger
Harvey Keitel ... Mick Boyle
Rachel Weisz ... Leda Ballinger
Paul Dano ... Mick Boyle
Jane Fonda ... Brenda Morel
Poppy Corby-Tuech ... Spy Woman
Alex MacQueen ... Queen's Emissary


Tom Long Detroit News | December 25, 2015

Sumptuous, sincere and built on aging bones, "Youth" is a wonder of a film, a look back at life's sprawling possibilities, dark corners and aspirations.

Rene Rodriguez Miami Herald | December 24, 2015

Age is more than just a number, Youth tells us. What really matters, though, is whether you're going to let that number define you.

James Berardinelli ReelViews | December 21, 2015

Watching Youth, you'd swear Fellini had risen from his grave and returned to make another movie.

Steven Rea Philadelphia Inquirer | December 18, 2015

Youth is a meditation on aging, on friendship, on love, loss, wisdom, disillusionment, pain.

Bill Goodykoontz Arizona Republic | December 17, 2015

Absolutely beautiful and sometimes maddening while never offering easy answers.

Colin Covert Minneapolis Star Tribune | December 17, 2015

This is a work of gorgeous, eye-popping visual inventiveness with a radically bananas plot.

J. R. Jones Chicago Reader | December 15, 2015

Film is a medium that consecrates memory, which makes it an especially apt metaphor in a movie about two old men.


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