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Miles Ahead

Drama

Rated R

Box Office: $2.6M

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Boxart Format Release Date
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UPC: 043396474192
07/19/2016 Not Available
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UPC: 043396474222
07/19/2016 Not Available

Release Dates

When Announced When Released
In Theaters April 01 2016
On 4K-UHD Not AvailableAlert MeRemind Me
On Blu-ray July 19 2016Now Available
On DVD July 19 2016Now Available

Product Details

PRINCIPAL CAST

Don Cheadle, Ewan McGregor, Michael Stuhlbarg, Emayatzy Corinealdi, Lakeith Lee Stanfield, Nina Smilow, Christina Karis, Morgan Wolk, Austin Lyon

DIRECTOR

Don Cheadle

SYNOPSIS

In the midst of a dazzling and prolific career at the forefront of modern jazz innovation, Miles Davis (Cheadle) virtually disappears from public view for a period of five years in the late 1970s. Alone and holed up in his home, he is beset by chronic pain from a deteriorating hip, his musical voice stifled and numbed by drugs and pain medications, his mind haunted by unsettling ghosts from the past.

A wily music reporter, Dave Braden (Ewan McGregor) forces his way into Davis' house and, over the next couple of days, the two men unwittingly embark on a wild and sometimes harrowing adventure to recover a stolen tape of the musician's latest compositions. Davis' mercurial behavior is fueled by memories of his failed marriage to the talented and beautiful dancer Frances Taylor (Emayatzy Corinealdi). During their romance and subsequent marriage, Frances served as Davis' muse. It was during this period that he released several of his signature recordings including the groundbreaking "Sketches of Spain" and "Someday My Prince Will Come."

The idyll however, was short lived. The eight-year marriage was marked by infidelity and abuse, and Frances was forced to flee for her own safety as Miles' mental and physical health deteriorated.

By the late '70s, plagued by years of regret and loss, Davis flirts with annihilation until he once again finds salvation in his art.

BOX OFFICE

$2.6 Million

GENRE

Drama

RATING

Rated R
strong language throughout, drug use, some sexuality/nudity and brief violence

RUN TIME

100 Minutes

STUDIO

Sony Pictures Classics