Going Postal [Blu-ray] [2010]

  • SKU: 19398443
  • Release Date: 09/20/2011
  • Rating: NR
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Special Features

  • Terry Pratchett video introduction; director Jon Jones picture-in-picture commentary; cast, crew, and fan interviews; deleted scenes; blooper reel; and image galleries


Going Postal
As a three-hour miniseries (adapted from Terry Pratchetts novel of the same name) that originally aired on Britain's Sky One television, Going Postal (2010) unfolds in the fictional land of Ankh-Morpork. Standing center stage is Moist von Lipwig (Richard Coyle), a master con artist who spends his days devising elaborate scams to fleece locals. The law finally catches up with Moist in the form of Lord Vetinari (Charles Dance), who offers the criminal an odd ultimatum: he can either take over the derelict post office, or die a long and painful death. Moist chooses the former, and is soon put in charge of thousands upon thousands of undelivered letters and packages. He must also contend with a nutty staff and the doings of Reacher Gilt (David Suchet), a crooked businessman hell-bent on destroying his competitors. Also present is Adora Dearheart (Claire Foy), an ice water-veined woman for whom Moist falls. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Richard Coyle
    Richard Coyle - Moist Von Lipwig
  • David Suchet
    David Suchet - Reacher Gilt
  • Andrew Sachs
    Andrew Sachs - Mr. Groat
  • Claire Foy
    Claire Foy - Adora Belle Dearheart
  • Charles Dance
    Charles Dance - Lord Vetinari

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great version of a Discworld novel


    This is probably my favorite of the Discworld novels that were made into movies (so far). Good acting, special effects, great sets, and the movie follows the book well. However I did not care for how the character of the banshee was realized and I was a bit dissappointed that the character of Death did not make it's usual appearance. Overall, well worth the purchase.

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