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Director:  Anton Corbijn

Producers:  Iain Canning, Emile Sherman (See-Saw Films), Christina Piovesan

Screenplay: Luke Davies

Role:  Dennis Stock

Costars: Dane DeHaan (James Dean), Jack Fulton (Rodney), Kasey Lea (Markie), Ben Kingsley (Jack Warner), Joel Edgerton (John Morris), Alessandra Mastronardi (Pier Angeli)

World Premiere Special Screening at 65th Berlinale International Film Festival – 9 February 2015.  See individual release dates below.

DVD release date:  17 December 2015 (Australia)

Rating: “R” (USA)

Production Company:  See Saw Films (Aust|UK), Barry Films (Germany), First Generation Films (US)

 OFFICIAL TRAILER

“Corbijn’s follow-up to A Most Wanted Man, LIFE captures the nuances and complexities of the relationship between photographer and subject in a way rarely seen or understood by someone outside the business. In a nod to Corbijn’s own past experience, the film is told from the perspective of the Life photographer Dennis Stock (played by Pattinson) who meets and profiles Dean (DeHaan) for the magazine, turning out some of Dean’s most iconic photographs.”

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TEASER TRAILER

Life Clip via Transmission Films

Trailer Versions:  Dutch subtitled | Chinese subtitled | Russian dubbed via Roboshayka | Turkish subtitled | German dubbed | Greek subtitled | Japan subtitled | Italian dubbed | Thai subtitled | Singapore | Chinese subtitled | Brazil subtitled | Ukraine dubbed

SYNOPSIS:

(from Luke Davies) Young photographer Dennis Stock tries to pin down rising actor James Dean in order to give a LIFE magazine assignment more weight than that of a simple puff-piece. However, when Jimmy is not reluctant, he’s chaotic, swept along by joy, play and mischief. And when Dennis is not annoyed, he’s exasperated, trying to get the elusive Jimmy to focus—or even to show up. From the frenetic energy of New York, the two head back to the heartland—to the Indiana farm where Jimmy grew up—in order to record something of Jimmy’s roots. Dennis thinks he’s capturing a star in the moment before he breaks; in fact, he’s documenting the last moments of intimacy and simplicity that James Dean will ever know. In the process of the journey from Hollywood to New York to Indiana, a deep affection and improbable friendship gradually develops between the two young men.

 

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NOTE:  Release dates may be subject to change.

Theatrical:

  • Belgium (Distributor:  eOneBenelux) – 23 September 2015
    • DVD 2 March 2016
  • Brazil (aka Life – Um Retrato de James Dean) (Distributor: Paris Filmes) – 21 July 2016
  • Iceland  – available to rent or buy
  • Indonesia (Distributor:  FeatPictures) – 6 January 2016
    • DVD Feat Pictures confirmed to RPAU in February “No plans to release on dvd”
  • Malaysia (Distributor: GSCMovies) – 31 December 2015 only at GSC Mid Valley, GSC 1Utama, and GSC Gurney Plaza, Penang
  • Singapore (Distributor: Shaw Organisation) – 31 December 2015
  • South Africa (Distributor: EOne?) – 9 October 2015
    • DVD – 5 February 2016

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