Blu-ray Disc Features:
- Rated: R
- Run Time: 2 hours, 4 minutes
- Video: Color
- Released: January 20, 2009
- Originally Released: 2002
- Label: 20th Century Fox
Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
Packaging: Keep Case - Checkpoint, Sensormatic
Aspect Ratio: Widescreen - 1.85
- DTS HD Master Audio 5.1 - English
- Dolby Surround 5.1 - French, Spanish
Additional Release Material:
- Additional Audio Material - Introduction by Director Adrian Lyne
- Audio Commentary:
Behind the Scenes:
- Director Adrian Lyne
- Actors Diane Lane and Olivier Martinez
Deleted Scenes (11)
- An Affair to Remember: On the Set of UNFAITHFUL
- Anne Coates on Editing
- Charlie Rose Interview
- A Conversation With Richard Gere
- A Conversation With Diane Lane
- A Conversation With Oliver Martinez
- Fox on Blu-ray
- Theatrical Trailer
- Addditional Text - Director's Script Notes
Performers, Cast and Crew:
Los Angeles Times - 05/08/2002
"...Slick, sleek...Erotic....Lane's finely emotional presentation is the film's convincer..."
USA Today - 05/08/2002
"...[Lane] reaches a new career plateau..."
New York Times - 05/08/2002
"...UNFAITHFUL has a taut, economical screenplay..."
USA Today - 05/10/2002
"...Filmed both sensually and thoughtfully, thanks in part to a performance by Diane Lane that gracefully turns from forcefully sensual to weary..."
Rolling Stone - 06/06/2002
"...Lane is a force of nature. Her slow-burning, fiercely erotic performance charges the movie..."
Variety - 05/06/2002
"...Lane serves up a compulsively watchable performance....[Martinez] is smoothly convincing..."
Entertainment Weekly - 05/17/2002
"...Sensational sex-and-its-consequences melodrama....Lane, in the most urgent performance of her career, is a revelation..."
Wall Street Journal - 10/23/2009
"The film is Ms. Lane's from start to finish; she gives a sensationally fine performance."
Connie Sumner (Diane Lane) travels to New York City from the suburban home she shares with her husband Edward (Richard Gere) and young son Charlie (Erik Per Sullivan). It is a very windy day and, caught by a particularly savage gust, Connie falls and bumps into bookseller Paul Martel (Olivier Martinez) in the process. She scrapes her knees, and Paul invites her into his apartment. She stays only briefly, leaving after attending to her knees. She passes the accident off as trivial to Edward. But, she is drawn to the younger man and soon returns to his apartment with eventually disastrous results.
UNFAITHFUL is based on Claude Chabrol's classic LA FEMME INFIDELE (1969). The drama has been shifted from Paris to New York City by scriptwriters Alvin Sargent and William Broyles Jr. Beautifully lit by director of photography Peter Biziou, UNFAITHFUL is staged with rare subtlety by director Adrian Lyne. Diane Lane gives an extraordinarily fine performance, viscerally conveying how torn Connie is between her attraction for Paul and her love for Edward and Charlie. There is excellent support from Gere, Martinez, Sullivan and Zeljko Ivanek. UNFAITHFUL is the rare case of a remake that measures up to, and maybe even surpasses, the original.
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