Erin Brockovich

Directed by Steven Soderbergh
Starring Albert Finney, Julia Roberts, Peter Coyote

Universal Home Video | August 23, 2005 | DVD

4 out of 5 rating. 1 Reviews
After concluding his non-linear trilogy with The Limey, director Steven Soderbergh shifts gears to give us a straight-ahead film that is engaging, hilarious and crowd-pleasing. Starring Julia Roberts in the title role, Erin Brockovich recounts the real-life events of a down-on-her-luck single-mom coming face-to-face with a powerful corporation that is poisoning a small town's water supply. After bullying her way into a secretarial position at a law firm, frightening statistics come across her desk about Hinkley, Calif. and its inhabitants, many of who are plagued with perpetual cold-like symptoms or have developed cancerous tumours. In the tradition of Silkwood and Norma Rae, Brockovich prevails against the tyranny of greed - and has the audience cheering. Watch for the real Erin Brockovich as the diner waitress.

Video Release: August 23, 2005

Theatrical Release: 2000

Runtime: 132

Rating: R (MPAA)

Studio: Universal Home Video

UPC: 025192078323

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Erin Brockovich

Erin Brockovich

Directed by Steven Soderbergh
Starring Albert Finney, Julia Roberts, Peter Coyote

Video Release: August 23, 2005

Theatrical Release: 2000

Runtime: 132

Rating: R (MPAA)

Studio: Universal Home Video

UPC: 025192078323


Edition Description
  • Dolby
  • Closed Captioned
  • Color
  • Runtime: 132 minutes
  • NTSC (Canada and USA)
  • Wide Screen
  • Originally in English
  • Released in English

Description

IN THEATRES: MARCH 17, 2000 (NATIONAL) The optimistic true story of a twice divorced mother of three who takes a position as a file clerk in a small town law firm. After stumbling into some information that implicates a major public utilities company, she convinces her boss to let her pursue the case. Her unflinching spirit and ability to overcome sexual prejudice results in the largest settlement ever paid in a direct action suit.

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Originally released theatrically March 17, 2000.
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