Night Watch/Day Watch DVD

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Nightwatch: Embrace the day. Fear the night. With a centuries old truce beginning to break down the forces of light and darkness come to do battle in modern day Moscow... Based on the first of Sergei Lukyanenko's trilogy of sci-fi horror novels Night Watch is a groundbreaking new phenomenon the highest-grossing Russian film of all time! Daywatch: Like The Matrix Day Watch combines cutting-edge digital effects and mind-blowing action to create a stunningly original world. Only one thing stands between peace and Armageddon: the supernatural agents of Day Watch who... fight to control the armies of light and darkness. When the son of a senior Day Watch officer turns to the darkness forces beyond the imagination are unleashed and the fate of the world hangs in the balance! [show more]

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Released
28 January 2008
Directors
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Format
DVD 
Publisher
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment 
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Runtime
256 minutes 
Features
Box set, PAL 
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This set contains sci-fi action thriller NIGHT WATCH and its sequel DAY WATCH both made by Russian director Timur Bekmambetov

The first two parts of the fantasy thriller trilogy set in Moscow. Among normal humans live the 'Others' possessing various supernatural powers. They are divided up into the forces of light and the forces of the dark, who signed a truce several centuries ago to end a devastating battle. Ever since, the forces of light govern the day while the night belongs to their dark opponents. In modern day Moscow the dark Others actually roam the night as vampires while a 'Night Watch' of light forces, among them Anton (Konstantin Khabensky), try to control them and limit their outrage. In the sequel, 'Day Watch', over a year has passed since the denouement of the original film. Anton continues to fight the forces of Darkness while simultaneously attempting to find and save his son (Dmitry Martinov), who has become a great dark Other, from those same forces. But when dark Others start mysteriously being murdered, and Anton is framed for the killings, he must put his goal on hold and try to escape the Day Watch who are out looking for his blood.

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