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STATE OF GRACE, Sean Penn, Gary Oldman, 1990

State of Grace



Sean Penn Ed Harris Gary Oldman Robin Wright

On Blu-ray 24 August 2015

Sean Penn gives a star turn as an undercover cop who infiltrates a local crime gang in his hometown, in the classic 90s New York gangster movie State of Grace. Also starring acting greats Ed Harris and Gary Oldman it comes to Blu-ray thanks to Second Sight.

After a decade away, Terry Noonan (Sean Penn –  21 Grams) is welcomed back into the fold in his New York Irish-American neighbourhood, Hell’s Kitchen. A one-time street tough, Terry is now an undercover officer tasked with getting entrenched with crime boss Frankie Flannery (Ed Harris – The Abyss), who happens to be the brother of both his best friend Jackie Flannery (Gary Oldman – The Dark Knight Rises) and old flame Kathleen Flannery (Robin Wright – House of Cards). As he rekindles old friendships and his romance with Kathleen, he starts to question his loyalties as the violence begins to escalate.

With its stand out cast, gripping gritty story and striking performances, State of Grace is a must see and comes to Blu-ray on 24th August 2015.

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