Breaking and Entering DVD


Starring Academy Award® Winner Juliette Binoche, Jude Law And Robin Wright Penn, Film Arrives On DVD With Six Deleted Scenes May 8

A sexy and steamy story about a disparate group of Londoners connected by a string of burglaries and a passionate affair, BREAKING AND ENTERING makes its DVD debut on May 8 from Genius Products LLC. and The Weinstein Company. A rash of burglaries weaves a tangled web that ensnares a group of unlikely bed-fellows, unlocking secret passions that threaten to unravel the lives of everyone involved. “A beautiful piece of work… Thumbs up,” (Richard Roeper, “Ebert & Roeper”), BREAKING AND ENTERING is the first original screenplay from Oscar®-winner Anthony Minghella (Best Director, The English Patient, 1996, Cold Mountain) since his 1991 feature debut Truly Madly Deeply and reunites Academy Award® winner Juliette Binoche (Best Supporting Actress, The English Patient) and two-time Oscar® nominee Jude Law (Cold Mountain, The Talented Mr. Ripley) with the acclaimed filmmaker.

Breaking and Entering DVDThe film also features powerhouse performances from Robin Wright Penn (White Oleander, Message In A Bottle) and newcomer Rafi Gavron, who along with Binoche garnered nominations from the British Independent Film Awards for their roles. The BREAKING AND ENTERING DVD features six deleted scenes, commentary by writer/director Anthony Minghella and Lie, Cheat, Steal, Love: The Making Of Breaking & Entering featurette. The DVD and will be available for the suggested retail price of $28.95.

Professionally, things could not be better for Will (Law), but personally he spends less and less time at home with his chronically depressed partner (Wright Penn) and their troubled 13 year-old daughter. When his offices are repeatedly burgled, his investigations lead him to an apartment the teenaged thief shares with his mother (Binoche) – the woman with whom Will embarks on an unexpected journey of betrayal and passion.

Street Date: May 8, 2007
MPAA Rating: R
Languages: English and French 5.1
Subtitles: English and Spanish
Running time: 119 minutes