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Award winning American thriller Blue Ruin is released on Blu-ray and DVD on 8th September.

Dwight Evans (Macon Blair, Hellbenders, Murder Party) is a beach vagrant, living out of his car and scavenging through bins to survive, whose life takes a dark turn when he discovers that the killer who savagely murdered is parents is once again a free man.

Embarking on a bitter revenge quest, Dwight quickly catches up with ex-convict Wade Cleland (Sandy Barnett) and brutally kills him in a public toilet.

Realising that his actions have put his life, and that of his estranged sister Sam (Amy Hargreaves, Homeland) in grave danger, Dwight takes the decision to face the remaining Cleland brothers head-on with a little help from childhood friend Ben Gaffney (Devin Ratray, Nebraska).

Winner of the FIPRESCI Prize at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, and critically acclaimed across the board, Blue Ruin on Blu-ray and DVD features extra content including a behind the scenes featurette and deleted scenes.

Make a space on your shelf for nerve-wracking revenge drama Blue Ruin,out on Blu-ray and DVD on 8th September.

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