VIOLET & DAISY On Digital, DVD and Blu-ray November 19

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Cinedigm announced today the home entertainment release of VIOLET & DAISY, debuting simultaneously on digital platforms, DVD and Blu-ray + DVD 2 Pack November 19th.  Pre-order date is October 8, 2013.

Written and directed by Academy Award®-winning screenwriter Geoffrey Fletcher(Precious), VIOLET & DAISY is a mesmerizing hybrid of New York City crime fable and powerful coming-of-age tale. The film was released theatrically in June.

To celebrate his achievements on VIOLET & DAISY, Geoffrey Fletcher was awarded the 2012 Savannah Film Festival’s SCAD Cinevation Award, which is given for imagination, inspiration and innovation in cinema.

“Has ‘win’ written all over it”
—New York Magazine
“‘Violet & Daisy’ an offbeat triumph for the first-time director Geoffrey Fletcher.” 
—Mary Houlihan, Chicago Sun Times 

“… deliciously surprising…”
—Marshall Fine, The Huffington Post
“Visually imaginative”
—Los Angeles Times
“Fletcher shows he’s a man to watch.”
—Kirk Honeycutt, The Hollywood Reporter

Blu-ray™ and DVD bonus materials include the theatrical trailer, video teasers and the official movie poster art.

Violet (Alexis BledelSin City) and Daisy (Saoirse RonanHanna) are a pair of gum-smacking assassins who casually snuff out crime figures in New York City, distracted only by their favorite pop idol Barbie Sunday.

Determined to raise cash for a pair of Barbie Sunday dresses, the duo takes on a new hit job, only to face a reckoning in the form of a mysterious loner (James GandolfiniThe Sopranos). He catapults the girls into an odyssey far beyond the world of Barbie Sunday and bullets for pay.

VIOLET & DAISY has a running time of approximately 88 minutes and is rated R for disturbing behavior and language.


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