The Adjustment Bureau
Universal (2010)
Romance, Science Fiction, Thriller
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025192060571
IMDB   7.0
99 mins USA / English
DVD  Region 1   PG-13 (Parental Guidance)
Matt Damon David Norris
Emily Blunt Elise Sellas
John Slattery Richardson
Daniel Dae Kim
Terence Stamp Thompson
Anthony Mackie Harry Mitchell
Shohreh Aghdashloo
Michael Kelly Charlie Traynor
Anthony Ruivivar McCrady
Liam Ferguson State Attorney
Anna Kuchma Ballet Performance Attendee
Shane McRae Adrian
Purva Bedi
Venida Evans Bus Passenger
Rhona Fox Corporate Lawyer
Meghan Andrews Receptionists
Pedro Pascal Paul DeSanto
Billy Lee College Student
Florence Kastriner Suburban Mom
Phyllis MacBryde Suburban Neighbor
Natalie Carter Suburban Neighbor
Chuck Scarborough Himself
Jon Stewart Himself
Gregory P. Hitchen U.S. Coast Guard Officer
Darrell Lenormand Upstate Farmer
Kar Political Consultant
RJ Konner Political Consultant
Susan D. Michaels Reporter
Gregory Lay Albert, Campaign Aide
Lauren Hodges Robyn, Campaign Aide
James Carville Himself
Mary Matalin Herself
Director
George Nolfi
Producer George Nolfi
Chris Moore
Bill Carraro
Joel Viertel
Eric Kripke
Writer Philip K. Dick
George Nolfi
Philp K. Dick
Cinematography John Toll
Musician Thomas Newman


Just as he is on the brink of winning a senate seat, politician David Norris (Matt Damon) meets a ballerina named Elise Sellas (Emily Blunt). Though David is smitten, mysterious men conspire to keep him away from the beautiful dancer. David learns he is up against the powerful agents of Fate itself, and, glimpsing the future laid out before him, must either accept a predetermined path that does not include Elise, or defy Fate to be with her.
Edition Details
Distributor Universal Studios
Release Date 6/21/2011
Packaging Keep Case
Screen Ratio Anamorphic Widescreen (1.85:1)
Subtitles English; French; Spanish
Audio Tracks Dolby Digital 5.1 [English]
Layers Single Side, Single Layer
No. of Disks/Tapes 1

Features
Deleted And Extended Scenes Leaping Through New York Destined To Be Becoming Elise Feature Commentary with Writer/Director George Nolfi