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    Thriller Simon Killer comes to DVD and Blu-ray in August

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    Eureka Entertainment have announced the release of Antonio Campos' second feature film as part of their Masters of Cinema series. Simon Killer stars Brady Corbet and Mati Diop.

    Presented in it's original 2.40:1 aspect ratio, extras will include behind-the-scenes and rehearsal footage from the production of the film, Sundance Alumni interview with Campos and producers Sean Durkin and Josh Mond, Campos’s Palme d’Or nominated short film The Last 15, The Case of the Conscious Camera 29-minute interview with Campos on the film's aesthetics, Conversations with Moms interview with Campos, Brady Corbet, and their mothers and trailer.

    Also included is the now obligatory booklet with essay by critic Karina Longworth, a new interview with Antonio Campos, visual primer on the development of the poster art and more.

    With a runtime of 101 minutes an an 18 certificate, the recommended retail price will be £17.99 for the DVD release and £19.99 for the Blu-ray.

    Synopsis and trailer follow...

    A deeply disturbing character study of a handsome and sociopathic American in Paris, writer-director Antonio Campos's film hones further the psychological perceptiveness and keen filmmaking craft exhibited in Campos's acclaimed feature debut Afterschool.

    Simon is a recent college graduate full of promise and potential, who goes to Paris to begin a trip around Europe following a break-up with a long-time girlfriend. An outsider adrift upon a profound sense of loss, Simon takes solace in the company of Victoria, a beautiful, young, and mysterious prostitute, and their fateful journey begins.

    Emotionally compelling and visually stunning, Simon Killer is an examination of casual brutality, profane sexuality, alienation, and desperation, all cut to a killer soundtrack that underscores the borderline psychotic fervour of Simon's descent.

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