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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 or region free DVD player in order to play Oscar(r)-winning actor Sean Penn (Best Actor Mystic River 2003) two-time Academy Award(r) nominee Jude Law (Best Supporting Actor The Talented Mr Ripley 1999; Best Actor Cold Mountain 2003) four-time Academy Award(r) nominee Kate Winslet (Best Supporting Actress Sense and Sensibility 1995; Iris 2001 Best Actress Titanic 1997; Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind 2004) and Oscar(r) winner Anthony Hopkins (Best Actor The Silence of the Lambs 1991) star in this riveting story of a humble man&39;s rise to political power and the destructive force of corruption and betrayal that would ultimately unravel his soul based on Robert Penn Warren&39;s 1946 classic Pulitzer Prize-winning novel Willie Stark (Penn) is an ordinary man from a rural town demanding that crooked politicians and shady businessmen in Lousiana be held accountable for the collapse of a poorly built school Urged to run for Governor by a dubious political advisor Tiny Duffy (three-time Emmy(r) Award winner
Remake of the 1949 feature film based on the novel by Robert Penn Warren - the portrait of a politician's declining morality in the face of his ascent to power. In a character purportedly based on legendary real life southern glad-hander, Huey P. Long, Willie 'Boss' Stark (Sean Penn), a weak provincial political candidate undergoes a transformation into a charismatic man of the people by becoming an unashamed populist. In the classic political transformation, however, his ideology is soon trampled under the weight of accumulating wealth and influence. Jude Law stars as Jack Burden, the former reporter tailing Stark's career arc with a cynical eye. The film features an all-star supporting ensemble cast including Anthony Hopkins, Kate Winslett, Mark Ruffalo and James Gandolfini.