“Twenty Years…Two People…” DVD/Blu Ray UK Release Info

The most romantic story of recent times is set to break hearts all over again this Valentine’s Day as David Nicholls’s beloved tale, One Day, is released on Blu-ray and DVD on February 6, 2012.

Directed by the critically acclaimed Lone Scherfig (An Education), the poignant story of love and loss is faithfully adapted by the book’s author making it the perfect gift this Valentine’s Day.

Featuring a stellar cast lead by Academy-Award Nominee Anne Hathaway and acclaimed actor Jim Sturgess, the film showcases an array of home-grown British including star turns by Rafe Spall (Shaun of the Dead, A Good Year) and Romola Garai (The Hour, Atonement).

One Day is available to pre-order now on DVD and Blu Ray Triple Play (includes Blu-ray, DVD & Digital Copy). As well as the original love story, the release contains six exclusive bonus features including; Anne Hathaway’s vision of Emma and how she brought the character to life plus behind-the-scenes commentary with Director Lone Scherfig.

Following the story of Emma (Hathaway) and Dexter (Sturgess), who meet on the day of their university graduation, July 15th 1988, the film catches up with the pair on the same day for the next 20 years as they experience the highs and lows of adulthood both together and apart.

As their lives go separate ways, Emma and Dex strive to live their dreams experiencing hardship, success and compromise along the way. The bonds of their friendship are frequently tested yet their stories remain intertwined. Will they realise the power of their unique connection in time to share a life together?

A tale of best friends, regret, missed opportunities and ultimately love – One Day will make the perfect Valentine’s gift when it is released on February 6, 2012.

Video: Exclusive Movie Trailer: One Day

Special Features and Bonus Material

  • Em and Dex: Through the Years
  • The Look of One Day: Making a 20 Year Love Story
  • Anny Hathaway: Bringing Emma to Life
  • The Look of One Day: Creating Emma with Anne
  • The Look of One Day: Dexter’s Transformation
  • Feature Commentary with director Lone Scherfig


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