The Eye of the Storm (DVD) DVD

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Based on the novel by Nobel Prize winner Patrick White, THE EYE OF THE STORM is a savage exploration of family relationships and the sharp undercurrents of love and hate, comedy and tragedy, which define them. When Elizabeth Hunter (Charlotte Rampling) has a stroke, her son and daughter (Oscar Award Winner Geoffrey Rush and Academy Award nominee Judy Davis) fly across the world to be at her bedside sparking the family's old frictions and resentments. They struggle to come to terms with who th...

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Released
16 September 2013
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Kaleidoscope Home Entertainment 
Classification
Runtime
119 minutes 
Features
PAL 
Barcode
5060192813470 
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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 Fred Schepisi&39;s familial drama THE EYE OF THE STORM stars Charlotte Rampling as Elizabeth Hunter the wealthy dying mother to Basil (Geoffrey Rush) a successful actor and Dorothy (Judy Davis) who exists on the money she made when she divorced a low-level member of Italian royalty The children arrive at the mother&39;s estate hoping to get some cash from mom and also make peace with the hurts she inflicted on them when they were teenagers For her part Elizabeth keeps playing mind games with her kids up to the very end

Geoffrey Rush, Charlotte Rampling and Judy Davis star in this Australian drama adapted from Patrick White's 1973 novel. Fading actor Basil (Rush) and his sister, divorcee Dorothy (Davis), return to their childhood home, a mansion in Centennial Park, Sydney, to visit their ailing mother, Elizabeth Hunter (Rampling). Despite her condition, Elizabeth still retains a powerful hold over her children and shares much more affection with her staff than with her son and daughter. Basil and Dorothy arrive at the estate in the hopes that they will inherit their mother's fortune, but their visit also stirs up old memories and forces the family to face their troubled past.