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The Family Tree: DVD/Blu-ray Release Date

Release Date: Nov. 22, 2011
Price: DVD $24.98, Blu-ray $29.98
Studio: Entertainment One

A bizarre accident leaves a desperate housewife with a case of amnesia and a family that turns their dysfunctional setting up to “11? in the 2011 independent comedy The Family Tree.

The housewife who sets the story into motion is Serenity, Ohio’s Bunny Burnett (Hope Davis, TV’s Mildred Pierce), and her family includes husband Jack (Dermot Mulroney, Jolene) and their twin 17-year-olds Eric (Max Theriot, Chloe) and Kelly (Britt Robertson, Scream 4). One wouldn’t think that Bunny’s amnesiac condition could make things any better—the family’s “problems” include a stew of past relationships, kids with guns, suicidal teachers, a very zealous religious club, misinterpreted advances, corporate down-sizing, and one very tricky mother-in-law—but, somehow, her loss of memory does wonders for everyone!

Directed by Vivi Friedman, The Family Tree offers a handful of familiar supporting players, including Christina Hendricks (Life as We Know It), Selma Blair (Hellboy II: The Golden Army), “Bow Wow” Moss (Madea’s Big Happy Family), Gabrielle Anwar (TV’s Burn Notice), Jane Seymour (Love Wedding Marriage) and Keith Carradine (Cowboys & Aliens).

The R-rated movie popped up on a pair of screens in a limited release to U.S. theaters in August, 2011 to acceptable but unexcited reviews by critics.

The Blu-ray and DVD include a making-of featurette and cast/crew interviews as bonus features.

The Family Tree: Clip

Hope Davis and Dermot Mulroney helm this summer’s offbeat comedy ‘The Family Tree,’ and in this exclusive new clip, the Burnett family gets a much-needed therapy session.

Just when it was starting to seem like the ever-dysfunctional Burnett family was a lost cause, a freak accident renders matriarch Bunnie (Davis) with a bad case of amnesia. The unfortunate incident quickly becomes the perfect opportunity at a second chance for reform, teaching the foursome to get along and become better people.

The film also features Max Theriot, Britt Robertson, Chi McBride, Keith Carradine, Shad “Bow Wow” Moss, Christina Hendricks, and Jane Seymour.

Don’t miss ‘The Family Tree’ when it comes to theaters August 26, 2011.

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