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Syriana [videorecording] / Warner Bros. Pictures presents in association with Participant Productions, a 4M film, a Section Eight production ; written and directed by Stephen Gaghan ; produced by Jennifer Fox, Michael Nozik, Georgia Kacandes.

Contributor(s): Gaghan, Stephen | Fox, Jennifer | Nozik, Michael | Kacandes, Georgia | Clooney, George | Damon, Matt | Wright, Jeffrey | Cooper, Chris, 1951- | Hurt, William | Munir, Mazhar | Nelson, Tim Blake | Peet, Amanda, 1972- | Plummer, Christopher | Siddig, Alexander, 1965- | Baer, Robert. See no evil | Warner Bros. Pictures (1969- ) | Participant Productions | 4M | Section Eight Ltd | Warner Home Video (Firm).
Material type: materialTypeLabelVisual materialPublisher: Burbank, Calif. : Warner Bros. Pictures : Distributed by Warner Home Video, c2006Edition: Widescreen ed.Description: 1 videodisc (128 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.ISBN: 1419831127; 9781419831126.Uniform titles: Syriana (Motion picture) Subject(s): United States. Central Intelligence Agency -- Drama | Oil industries -- Drama | Geopolitics -- Drama | Terrorism -- Drama | Petroleum industry and trade -- Drama | Corporate lawyers -- United States -- Drama | Teenagers -- Pakistan -- DramaGenre/Form: Film adaptations. | Feature films. | Suspense films. | Thrillers (Motion pictures, television, etc.) | Films for the hearing impaired.DDC classification: 791.43/72
Contents:
Men in fog -- Replacement batteries -- Connex-Killen -- Services no longer required -- National security -- Do people live here? -- Shark and minnows -- Working waterfront -- Stupid question -- Graduation present -- It's a great city -- Hawks in desert -- Date with Ikea -- Southern suburbs -- Good to have you back in town -- Hotels and lobbies -- Method number three -- Terry's office -- This is the oil business -- Mareva injunction -- Domesticity -- Why we win -- Frozen -- Tribal leaders -- Innocent until investigated -- Cricket -- BBQ -- Remote control -- White flag -- Predators -- Dhow -- Return -- End credits.
Production Credits: Director of photography, Robert Elswit ; edited by Tim Squyres ; music by Alexandre Desplat.
Cast: George Clooney (Bob Barnes), Matt Damon (Bryan Woodman), Jeffrey Wright (Bennett Holiday), Chris Cooper (Jimmy Pope), William Hurt (Stan), Mazhar Munir (Wasim Khan), Tim Blake Nelson (Danny Dalton), Amanda Peet (Julie Woodman), Christopher Plummer (Dean Whiting), Alexander Siddig (Prince Nasir Al-Subaai).Summary: There is less oil than the world requires, and that will make some people rich and others dead. Career CIA field operative Bob Barnes is sorting out his midcareer issues--his bosses want him quietly confined to a desk job. Bryan Woodman, an expatriate in Geneva, becomes the financial adviser to idealistic Gulf Prince Nasir. Corporate lawyer Bennett Holiday is finessing the questionable merger of two powerful U.S. oil companies. In Prince Nasir's country, meanwhile, young Pakistani laborer Wasim succumbs to the lure of radical Islam, seeking refuge from the dusty oil fields and crowded hostels in the tranquility of a madrasa. In the labyrinthine, interconnected worlds of espionage and politics, international finance and law, oil and radical Islam, motives and convictions can shape lives, or destroy them.
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DVD; Region 1; Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround; anamorphic widescreen, presentation aspect ratio 2.35:1.

In English or Français, with optional subtitles in English, Français or Español; closed-captioned in English.

Based on the book entitled "See No Evil" by Robert Baer.

George Clooney (Bob Barnes), Matt Damon (Bryan Woodman), Jeffrey Wright (Bennett Holiday), Chris Cooper (Jimmy Pope), William Hurt (Stan), Mazhar Munir (Wasim Khan), Tim Blake Nelson (Danny Dalton), Amanda Peet (Julie Woodman), Christopher Plummer (Dean Whiting), Alexander Siddig (Prince Nasir Al-Subaai).

Director of photography, Robert Elswit ; edited by Tim Squyres ; music by Alexandre Desplat.

Originally released as an American motion picture in 2005.

MPAA rating: Rated R; for violence and language.

There is less oil than the world requires, and that will make some people rich and others dead. Career CIA field operative Bob Barnes is sorting out his midcareer issues--his bosses want him quietly confined to a desk job. Bryan Woodman, an expatriate in Geneva, becomes the financial adviser to idealistic Gulf Prince Nasir. Corporate lawyer Bennett Holiday is finessing the questionable merger of two powerful U.S. oil companies. In Prince Nasir's country, meanwhile, young Pakistani laborer Wasim succumbs to the lure of radical Islam, seeking refuge from the dusty oil fields and crowded hostels in the tranquility of a madrasa. In the labyrinthine, interconnected worlds of espionage and politics, international finance and law, oil and radical Islam, motives and convictions can shape lives, or destroy them.

Men in fog -- Replacement batteries -- Connex-Killen -- Services no longer required -- National security -- Do people live here? -- Shark and minnows -- Working waterfront -- Stupid question -- Graduation present -- It's a great city -- Hawks in desert -- Date with Ikea -- Southern suburbs -- Good to have you back in town -- Hotels and lobbies -- Method number three -- Terry's office -- This is the oil business -- Mareva injunction -- Domesticity -- Why we win -- Frozen -- Tribal leaders -- Innocent until investigated -- Cricket -- BBQ -- Remote control -- White flag -- Predators -- Dhow -- Return -- End credits.

Special features: A conversation with George Clooney (9 min.); "Make a Change, Make a Difference" [featurette] (12 min.); Deleted scenes (12 min.); Theatrical trailer (3 min.).

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