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Adam - Preview & competition

Adam

Preview by Jack Foley

DVD SPECIAL FEATURES: Main feature with audio commentary from Director/Writer Max Mayer and Producer Leslie Urdang; Alternative Ending – with optional commentary by Director Max Mayer; Deleted & Alternative Scenes – with optional commentary by Director Max Mayer; Alternative Funeral Scene; Rose Meets Harlan; Adam Cutting Keys; Fight on the Stoop; Adam in the Subway; Creating Adam featurette; Fox Movie Channel Presents: Life after Drama School with Rose Byrne.

LOVE arrives unexpectedly in the tender and heartfelt romantic comedy Adam from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment on DVD on February 15, 2010.

Hugh Dancy stars in the lead role of Adam, a handsome but intriguing young man with Rose Byrne as Beth, a beautiful and cosmopolitan young woman in this quirky love story that earned the coveted ‘Alfred P Sloane Feature Film Award’ at last year’s Sundance Film Festival.

Directed by Max Mayer (West Wing, Alias), Adam follows the lives of two strangers, one a little stranger than the other.

Toymaker Adam (Dancy), is leading a sheltered existence since the death of his father until friendship and romance come knocking when school teacher and aspiring children’s author Beth (Byrne) moves in next door.

Relationships are perplexing and filled with the perils of miscommunication – and that’s if you aren’t ‘Adam,’ for whom life itself is this way.

He suffers from Asperger’s syndrome so his ‘awkwardness’ means a less-than-straightforward start to a funny, touching and charming romance with Beth whose protective parents, played by Peter Gallagher and Amy Irving disapprove of the affection that is growing between their daughter and Adam.

Join Adam on this moving journey with fantastic DVD special features that include an alternative ending, deleted and alternative scenes with optional director commentary, plus a ‘Creating Adam’ featurette.

Yours to own on DVD only from 15 February 2010, Adam reveals just how far two people from different realities can stretch in search of an extraordinary connection.

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