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Being John Malkovich Blu-Ray

Being John Malkovich Blu-Ray

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Ever wanted to be someone else? Now you can.

Bringing new meaning to the term identity crisis , this instant cult comedy classic boldly launched the feature film careers of its director, music video visionary Spike Jonze (nominated for an Academy Award® for Best Director), and its screenwriter, master of existentialist surrealism Charlie Kaufman (also nominated for Best Original Screenplay).

Failed street puppeteer Craig Schwarz (John Cusack) reluctantly gets a day job to financially support his wife Lotte (Cameron Diaz) and their ever-expanding menagerie of pets crammed in their small, dimly-lit New York apartment. Working as a file clerk at LesterCorp (hidden away on Floor 7½ of the Mertin-Flemmer Building), and spending most of his time lusting after aloof co-worker Maxine (Catherine Keener), one day Craig makes an incredible discovery: a hidden door that leads to a portal inside the mind of legendary actor John Malkovich (John Malkovich), seeing life through his eyes for fifteen minutes before being spat back out on the New Jersey Turnpike. Craig shares his find with Lotte and Maxine, leading to an explosive chain of events that will irrevocably alter the lives of all three... and of course, the unwitting Malkovich.
SKU: 5027035020839


Actors: John Cusack, Cameron Diaz, Catherine Keener

Director: Spike Jonze

Special Features: Select scene audio commentary by Jonze's friend and competitor Michel Gondry, All Noncombatants Please Clear The Set - a behind-the-scenes documentary by filmmaker Lance Bangs, John Malkovich on 'Being John Malkovich' - a conversation between the film's star and actor/writer/humourist John Hodgson, Illusion of Life - new featurette looking at the marionette sequences in the film, Spike's Photos - an interview with the director where he discusses his on-set photos, The 71/2 Floor - the full corporate orientation video seen in the film, John Horatio Malkovich: Dance of Despair and Disillusionment - the full pseudo-documentary seen in the film, An interview with director Spike Jonze - a brief chat with the director filmed under duress by Lance Bangs, An Intimate Portrait of the Art of Puppeteering - short archival interview with Phillip Huber filmed in 1999 by Bangs, Don't Enter Here There Is Nothing Here, Theatrical trailer and TV spots, Image gallery

Release Year: 1999


More Information

Format: Blu-Ray

Label: Arrow Video

Region Coding: Region B

Language: English

Subtitles: English SDH

Case Type: Blu-Ray Case


  • Comedy
  • Drama
  • Fantasy

Technical Details

Run Time: 113 mins

Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1

Video Format: PAL

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