Franklyn [DVD] [English] 
- SKU: 18073601
- Release Date: 11/17/2009
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- Producer, Director and Cast Interviews
- "Making Of" Featurette
- Deleted Scenes
Director/screenwriter Gerald McMorrow makes his feature debut with this ambitious psychological sci-fi drama set between contemporary London and the dystopic Meanwhile City, where the separation between church and state has been obliterated to make way for a religion-dominated society. As atheist vigilante Jonathan Preest (Ryan Phillippe) prepares to seek revenge against Meanwhile City's powerful leader, privileged artist Emilia (Eva Green) finds her cynicism and depression accelerated by the difficult relationship she shares with her mother. Meanwhile, sensitive Milo (Sam Riley) attempts to recover from a recent heartache, just as deeply religious Peter (Bernard Hill) arrives in London to search for his missing son, a haunted Gulf War veteran. As the narrative shifts between the real and imaginary worlds, McMorrow explores the complex relationships between fantasy, faith, and love. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Eva Green - Emilia/Sally
- Ryan Phillippe - Jonathan Preest
- Sam Riley - Milo
- Bernard Hill - Peter Esser
- James Faulkner - Pastor Bone