Danny Collins DVD


Inspired by a true story, Al Pacino stars as ageing 1970s rocker Danny Collins, who can't give up his hard-living ways. But when his manager uncovers a 40 year-old undelivered letter written to him by John Lennon, Collins decides to change course.

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05 October 2015
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104 minutes 
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play.  Al Pacino stars as Danny Collins in this hilarious drama about an ageing rock star who receives a life-changing letter from John Lennon, that was written to him 40 years earlier but never delivered. Upon its discovery, he embarks on a heartfelt journey to rediscover his family and himself.

Al Pacino stars as ageing rock star Danny Collins in this comedy drama written and directed by Dan Fogelman. The famous musician, who long ago abandoned his artistic integrity, questions his life choices after his manager Frank Grubman (Christopher Plummer) gives Danny a letter written to him by his idol John Lennon that had been lost for over four decades. Inspired by its contents, Danny seeks to reconnect with his inspiration for songwriting and travels cross-country to meet Tom, the adult son (Bobby Cannavale) he's never known. As he prepares to compose new material for the first time in decades, the reformed hedonist faces opposition to unite his family from Tom and his wife Samantha (Jennifer Garner) who resent his timely intrusion. Annette Bening, Katarina Cas and Melissa Benoist also co-star.

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