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Red Dragon

Red Dragon

Anthony Hopkins
Director: Brett Ratner Cast: Anthony Hopkins
Anthony Hopkins
, Edward Norton
Edward Norton
, Ralph Fiennes
Ralph Fiennes
Brett Ratner

Blu-ray (Wide Screen)

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Overview

Following the phenomenal success of The Silence of the Lambs and Hannibal, Anthony Hopkins returns as brilliant madman Hannibal Lecter in this thriller based on the novel in which author Thomas Harris introduced the character. Will Graham (Edward Norton) is an FBI agent with a rare gift for tracking serial killers who brought Hannibal Lecter to justice; however, his confrontation with Lecter proved to be a bloody, near-death experience, and afterward Graham retired from the Bureau, moving to Florida to spend his time with his wife, Molly (Mary-Louise Parker), and their son. However, a particularly grisly killer is on the loose, and Jack Crawford (Harvey Keitel), Graham's one-time mentor at the Bureau, asks him to return to duty to find him. The "Tooth Fairy" is a vicious murderer who kills entire families at once, covering the eyes of his victims with bits of a shattered mirror. Graham finds he needs help putting together the pieces of the "Tooth Fairy" case, and he calls upon Lecter looking for advice. Lecter, at once vaguely helpful and self-serving, as usual, offers scraps of information to Graham which help him zero in on the killer. But Lecter knows more than he's telling; the "Tooth Fairy" is actually Francis Dolarhyde (Ralph Fiennes), a troubled and withdrawn man who admires Lecter's violent panache and corresponds with him. Dolarhyde works at a film processing lab, where one of his co-workers, a blind woman named Reba McClane (Emily Watson), seems to be quite attracted to him. As Dolarhyde wrestles with both his murderous impulses and his feelings for McClane, Lecter plays Graham and Dolarhyde against one another so that, as the FBI agent comes closer to catching "the Tooth Fairy", Dolarhyde moves in on his next victim -- Graham's family. Red Dragon marked the second time Harris' novel of the same name had been brought to the screen; five years prior to The Silence of the Lambs, Michael Mann adapted the book for the screen as Manhunter, which starred William Petersen as Graham and Brian Cox as Lecter.


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Product Details

Release Date: 10/12/2010
UPC: 0025195053631
Original Release: 2002
Rating: R
Source: Universal Studios
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 2:05:00
Sales rank: 18,624

Special Features

Lecter's fbi file and life history; Inside the mind of a serial killer hosted by John Douglas; Anthony Hopkins: lecter and me; The making of Red Dragon; Feature commentary with director Brett Ratner and writer Ted Tally; Deleted scenes; A director's journey; Brett Ratner's student film; Screen and film tests; Makeup application; The leeds' house crime scene; Storyboards to final feature comparison; D-box motion enabled

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Anthony Hopkins Hannibal Lecter
Edward Norton FBI Agent Will Graham
Ralph Fiennes Francis Dolarhyde, AKA The Tooth Fairy
Harvey Keitel Agent Jack Crawford
Emily Watson Reba McClane
Mary-Louise Parker Molly Graham
Philip Seymour Hoffman Freddy Lounds
Anthony Heald Dr. Chilton
Bill Duke Police Chief
Ken Leung Lloyd Bowman
Stanley Anderson Jimmy
Azura Skye Bookseller
Frankie R. Faison Barney
Tyler Patrick Jones Josh Graham
Aaron Michael Lacey TV Cameraman

Technical Credits
Brett Ratner Director
Andrew Z. Davis Executive Producer
Dino de Laurentiis Producer
Martha de Laurentiis Producer
Nancy Deren Set Decoration/Design
Kathleen Driscoll-Mohler Casting
Danny Elfman Score Composer
James M. Freitag Asst. Director
Tim Glavin Art Director
Betsy Heimann Costumes/Costume Designer
Mark Helfrich Editor
Francine Maisler Casting
Jeff Markwith Set Decoration/Design
Karen O'Hara Set Decoration/Design
Kim Ornitz Sound/Sound Designer
Steve Saklad Art Director
Dante Spinotti Cinematographer
Ted Tally Screenwriter
James F. Truesdale Set Decoration/Design
Kristi Zea Production Designer

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