The tree of life
This is a film about the conflict between nature and grace, the agonizing mystery of God, and the meaning of life itself. The death of his brother forces Jack O'Brien to confront his past, which is dominated by his difficult relationship with his father. Jack's father was a stern authorita...
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|Summary:||This is a film about the conflict between nature and grace, the agonizing mystery of God, and the meaning of life itself. The death of his brother forces Jack O'Brien to confront his past, which is dominated by his difficult relationship with his father. Jack's father was a stern authoritarian whose no-nonsense demeanor masked a host of unfulfilled dreams. His mother was a gentle, kind woman who often allowed her own needs and desires to give way to those of her husband and children. As Jack's memories come flooding back--of the course of a Texas summer in the 1950s--viewers observe Jack's evolving relationship with his parents, his younger brother, and God, while adult Jack questions the meanings of life, love, and family.|
|Item Description:||DVD-ROM (disc 3) contains the downloadable digital copy of the film.|
Originally produced as a motion picture in 2010.
Special feature: Blu-ray disc: "Exploring The tree of life" [featurette] (30 min.).
|Physical Description:||2 videodiscs (139 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 DVD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)|
|Format:||DVD; Region 1, NTSC; 5.1 Dolby Digital or 2.0 Dolby surround; widescreen presentation, aspect ratio 1.85:1.|
Blu-ray; Region A; 7.1 DTS-HD Master Audio; widescreen presentation, aspect ratio 1.85:1.
DVD-ROM system requirements: Mac or PC computers compatible with Apple iTunes and Windows Media. Internet connection and DVD-ROM drive required. Code that permits activation of digital copy may not be valid after a certain time. For iTunes transfer and Apple devices, iTunes account and digital copy activation required, use subject to iTunes Terms of Service.
|Audience:||MPAA rating: Rated PG-13 for some thematic material.|
|Awards:||Winner 2011 Cannes Film Festival Palme d'Or--Terrence Malick.|
|Production Credits:||Director of photography, Emmanuel Lubezki ; production designer, Jack Fisk ; edited by Hank Corwin, Jay Rabinowitz, Daniel Rezende, Billy Weber, Mark Yoshikawa ; costume designer, Jacqueline West ; music by Alexandre Desplat ; senior visual effects supervisor, Dan Glass.|
Beverly Hills, CA :
Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation,