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Ride with the Devil [Criterion Collection]

Format: DVD     Release Date: 04/27/2010
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A complex tale of uneasy alliances and hostilities along the Kansas/Missouri border during the Civil War, Ride with the Devil opens in 1862. The story concerns Jack Bull Chiles (Skeet Ulrich), a proud son of the South ready to fight for the Confederate cause after his father is killed by Yankee troops. Chiles's friend, Jake Roedel (Tobey Maguire), joins the Bushwhackers, a group of renegade Southerners aligned with the Confederate Army, even though his family supports the Union cause - which sets him head-to-head with his father. The two young men, used to the slow pace and gracious lifestyle of the South's privileged class, become guerilla fighters and wander through the countryside together, encountering sudden, shocking and extreme acts of violence. Their comrades include valiant leader Black John (James Caviezel), paranoid madman Pitt (Jonathan Rhys Myers), gentleman George (Simon Baker), and Daniel (Jeffrey Wright), a laconic former slave who unexpectedly fighs for the south despite his race out of sheer loyalty to George - though the others regard him with suspicion. The Bushwhackers hide out in a shed near the home of Sue Lee Shelley (singer/songwriter/poet Jewel), a pregnant widow whose husband was killed three weeks after their marriage. Later, following a shocking and unexpected act of violence, a number of the men team up with the crazed Quantrill (John Ales) to stage an attack on an abolitionist stronghold, but Jake finds his moral conscience growing more acute, and takes the first steps toward romancing and starting a family with Sue Lee in what looks to be a very different post-Civil War future. Adapted from the novel -Woe to Live On by Daniel Woodrell, Ride with the Devil was directed by Ang Lee, whose previous project was a very different look at America's past, the 1970s domestic drama The Ice Storm (1997). ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Disc #1 -- Ride with the Devil

1. Wedding Celebration [7:44]
2. "Jayhawkers, Jake" [1:46]
3. One Year Later [5:07]
4. Southern Hospitality [5:22]
5. "Do You Kill Women?" [6:56]
6. Sparing Alf Bowden [7:59]
7. A Mother's Letter [3:16]
8. Winter Hibernation [4:57]
9. Sue Lee Shelley [6:46]
10. Dinner at the Evanses' [4:39]
11. A Brother's Letter [3:21]
12. One Hour [5:35]
13. "It's the Evans Place" [5:01]
14. "That Arm Done For" [9:51]
15. The Brown Farm [3:30]
16. Night Camp [1:27]
17. William Quantrill and the March to Lawrence [3:15]
18. The Lawrence Massacre [4:26]
19. "Let's Get Us Some Eggs" [5:36]
20. Border Battle [7:17]
21. Back to the Brown Farm [5:06]
22. Freedom [10:24]
23. A Shotgun, a Preacher, and a Roasting Chicken [3:12]
24. Wedding Night [6:35]
25. "Want Some Chicory?" [3:54]
26. Daniel Holt and Jake Roedel [8:52]
27. End Credits [2:12]
28. Color Bars [4:24]
1. Director's Cut [7:44]
2. Father Figure [1:46]
3. Guerrilla Warfare [5:07]
4. A Restored Scene [5:22]
5. First Action Scenes [6:56]
6. Mark Ruffalo [7:59]
7. Civil War Letters [3:16]
8. Boot Camp [4:57]
9. Jewel [6:46]
10. Globalization [4:39]
11. Jake and Holt [3:21]
12. Subtexts [5:35]
13. Music [5:01]
14. Extreme Subtlety [9:51]
15. Dr. Zhivago [3:30]
16. Ang's Interest in the Story [1:27]
17. Quantrill [3:15]
18. The Reenactors Take Pattonsburg [4:26]
19. Historical Detail [5:36]
20. James Caviezel [7:17]
21. Domestic and Very Quiet [5:06]
22. Jeffrey Wright [10:24]
23. A Neglected Film [3:12]
24. A Neglected Film, Continued [6:35]
25. The Politics of the Film [3:54]
26. Now It's a Western [8:52]
27. (No Commentary) [2:12]
28. Color Bars [4:24]
1. The Border War [7:44]
2. Boys in the Woods [1:46]
3. Gangs [5:07]
4. Building the Farmhouse [5:22]
5. The Sound Space [6:56]
6. Camp Scene [7:59]
7. Pitt Mackeson [3:16]
8. The Dugout Set [4:57]
9. Jewel [6:46]
10. The Evans Place [4:39]
11. Lighting Holt [3:21]
12. Period Detail [5:35]
13. Action Mode [5:01]
14. Battlefield Medicine [9:51]
15. The Brown Farm Set [3:30]
16. Going Into Kansas [1:27]
17. The Reenactors [3:15]
18. Pattonsburg, Missouri [4:26]
19. The Lawrence Set [5:36]
20. Second-Unit Battle [7:17]
21. Test Screenings [5:06]
22. Moonlit Night [10:24]
23. Ang's Attention to Detail [3:12]
24. The Film's Budget [6:35]
25. Jonathan Rhys Meyers [3:54]
26. The Final Location [8:52]
27. (No Commentary) [2:12]
28. Color Bars [4:24]
  • Format: DVD
  • Release Date: April 27, 2010
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Region: 1
  • Studio: Criterion
  • Length: 148 minutes
  • Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital Stereo
  • Format: Wide Screen Enhanced (16x9)
  • Discs: 1
  • Language: English
  • UPC: 715515055116
  • Product ID: 2910401
  • Genre: Drama, War

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