There Will Be Blood - 2 Disc Collector's Edition
Miramax (2007)
Drama, Western, Crime
In Collection
Seen ItYes
IMDB   8.2
158 mins USA / English
DVD  Region 1   R (Restricted)
Daniel Day-Lewis Daniel Plainview
Martin Stringer Silver Assay Worker
Matthew Braden Stringer Silver Assay Worker
Jacob Stringer Silver Assay Worker
Joseph Mussey Silver Assay Worker
Barry Del Sherman H.B. Ailman
Harrison Taylor Baby HW
Stockton Taylor Baby HW
Paul F. Tompkins Prescott
Dillon Freasier HW
Kevin Breznahan Signal Hill Man
Jim Meskimen Signal Hill Married Man
Erica Sullivan Signal Hill Woman
Randall Carver Mr. Bankside
Coco Leigh Mrs. Bankside
Paul Dano Paul Sunday / Eli Sunday
Ciarán Hinds Fletcher
Sydney McCallister Mary Sunday
David Willis Abel Sunday
Christine Olejniczak Mother Sunday
Paul Thomas Anderson
Producer Paul Thomas Anderson
David Williams
Scott Rudin
Daniel Lupi
Writer Paul Thomas Anderson
Upton Sinclair
Cinematography Robert Elswit
Musician Jonny Greenwood

Ruthless silver miner, turned oil prospector, Daniel Plainview moves to oil-rich California. Using his adopted son to project a trustworthy, family-man image, Plainview cons local landowners into selling him their valuable properties for a pittance. However, local preacher Eli Sunday suspects Plainviews motives and intentions, starting a slow-burning feud that threatens both their lives.
Edition Details
Edition Two-Disc Special Collector's Edition
Distributor Paramount
Release Date 4/8/2008
Packaging Custom Case
Screen Ratio Theatrical Widescreen (2.35:1)
Subtitles English; French; Spanish; English (Closed Captioned); French (Closed Captioned); Spanish (Closed Captioned)
Audio Tracks Dolby Digital 5.1 [English]
Dolby Digital 5.1 [French]
Dolby Digital 5.1 [Spanish]
Layers Dual Side, Dual Layer
No. of Discs/Tapes 2

Disc 01 - 15 Minutes: Pics, Research, Etc. for the Making of There Will Be Blood - Trailers - "Fishing" Sequence - Haircut / Interrupted Hymn - Dailies Gone Wild - The Story Of Petroleum (ca. 1923) B/W Silent film chronicling the oil business in the 1920s.