Warren Beatty Collection

Mm00151006
Number of Discs
1
Release Date
09/03/2009
Studio
Paramount Home Entertainment
format
DVD / Normal
Duration
385
Certificate UK
15

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Three films starring Warren Beatty. 'The Parallax View' (1974) is a political thriller in which Beatty stars as Joe Frady, an ambitious young news reporter who gets in way over his head when, along with seven others, he witnesses the assassination of a prominent politician. His subsequent investigations lead him to uncover a far-reaching conspiracy involving one of the world's largest multinationals, the enigmatic Parallax Corporation. Beatty writes, directs and stars in 'Reds' (1981), which tells the life story of the radical socialist journalist John Reed, who became the only American ever to be buried in the Kremlin. Focusing on Reed's relationship with Louise Bryant (Diane Keaton), it follows their life together as they move from bohemian Greenwich Village, to the seafront cottage where Bryant has an affair with playwright Eugene O'Neill (Jack Nicholson), to the battlegrounds of the First World War and Russia during the time of the 1917 revolution. The epic story is intercut with real-life interviews with those who knew the couple, including the novelists Henry Miller and Rebecca West. In 'Heaven Can Wait' (1978), quarterback Joe Pendleton (Beatty) is in training for the Superbowl when he is killed in a freak accident. Removed to the afterlife, he complains that there must have been a mix-up, that he wasn't ready to die yet, and it turns out that his heavenly hosts agree with him. However, he can't be returned to his previous body because that has already been cremated, so instead he is returned to the body of a recently-murdered millionaire. Now, while practising to play football once again, Pendleton must elude those who killed the millionaire in the first place, and also attempt to woo a beautiful anti-corporate campaigner (Julie Christie).

Director: Alan J. Pakula
Director: Warren Beatty
Director: Buck Henry
Producer: Warren Beatty
Writer: Warren Beatty
Writer: Trevor Griffiths
Writer: Elaine May
Music: Stephen Sondheim
Music: Dave Grusin
Actor: Warren Beatty
Actor: Walter McGinn
Actor: Hume Cronyn
Actor: Paula Prentiss
Actor: Doria Cook
Actor: Julie Christie
Actor: Dyan Cannon
Actor: William Daniels
Actor: Ted Gehring
Actor: Jack Warden
Actor: Joanne Harris
Actor: Hamilton Camp
Actor: Earl Hindman
Actor: Stephane Faragy
Actor: Bettie Johnson
Actor: Vincent Gardenia
Actor: Bill Joyce
Actor: Charles Grodin
Actor: Kenneth Mars
Actor: Buck Henry
Actor: Bill McKinney
Actor: Joseph Maher
Actor: Lee Purlford
Actor: Diane Keaton
Actor: Arthur Malet
Actor: Kelly Thordsen
Actor: Edward Herrmann
Actor: James Mason
Actor: Chuck Waters
Actor: Jerzy Kosinski
Actor: Jeannie Unero
Actor: Jack Nicholson
Actor: Harry D.K. Wong
Actor: Paul Sorvino
Actor: Maureen Stapleton
Actor: Nicolas Coster
Actor: M. Emmet Walsh
Actor: Ian Wolfe

Main Format
DVD
Keyword Index
Warren Beatty Collection|Warren Beatty
Alternative Title
The Parallax View/Reds/Heaven Can Wait
Colour
Colour
Catalogue Number
PHE9678

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