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THE MOST FRIGHTENING THING ABOUT JACOB SINGER’S NIGHTMARE IS THAT HE ISN’T DREAMING
Divorced Vietnam veteran turned postman Jacob Singer (Tim Robbins) is disturbed when he begins to be plagued by bizarre and violent hallucinations, both of the family he has abandoned and a bloody battle he could not previously remember. So strong are the images that the line between past and present, real and unreal, begins to dissolve. Desperate for help, Jacob turns to his ex-wife, Sarah, and chiropractor Louis (Danny Aiello).
From visionary director Adrian Lyne, Jacob’s Ladder is a terrifying psychological horror.
Starring Tim Robbins, Elizabeth Pena, Danny Aiello & Jason Alexander.
Special Features and Technical Specs:
- 1080p High-definition presentation on Blu-ray
- Audio commentary by director Adrian Lyne
- Audio Commentary by film historian and host of The Projection Booth Mike White
- Building Jacob’s Ladder – featurette
- 3 Additional Scenes (with optional commentary by director Adrian Lyne)
- Archival interviews with director Adrian Lyne, actor Tim Robbins and actress Elizabeth Pena
- Prepare the Way – interview with screenwriter Bruce Joel Rubin
- Where is the Ladder? – the locations of Jacob’s Ladder
- Hidden in Plain Sight: Spirituality in Jacob’s Ladder – video essay by film historian Alexandra Heller-Nicholas
- Something’s Wrong With My Head: Vietnam War Trauma and Jacob’s Ladder – video essay by film historian Josh Nelson
- Teaser and Theatrical Trailers
- Original Aspect Ratio 1:85:1
- Audio English DTS-HD 5.1 Surround + LPCM 2.0 Stereo
- Optional English HOH subtitles