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Man Push Cart

Drama

Not Rated

Box Office: $0.0M

Format

Boxart Format Release Date
Cri br3222 Blu-ray
UPC: 715515255318
02/23/2021
Cri d3223d DVD
UPC: 715515255417
02/23/2021

Release Dates

When Announced When Released
In Theaters N/A
On 4K-UHD Not AvailableAlert MeRemind Me
On Blu-ray February 23 2021Now Available
On DVD October 09 2007Now Available

Product Details

PRINCIPAL CAST

Ahmad Razvi

DIRECTOR

Ramin Bahrani

SYNOPSIS

A modest miracle of twenty-first-century neorealism, the acclaimed debut feature by Ramin Bahrani speaks quietly but profoundly to the experiences of those living on the margins of the American dream. Back in his home country of Pakistan, Ahmad (Ahmad Razvi, elements of whose own life story were woven into the script) was a famous rock star. Now a widower separated from his son and adrift in New York, he works long hours selling coffee and bagels from a midtown Manhattan food cart, engaged in a Sisyphean search for human connection and a sense of purpose that seems perpetually just out of reach. A rare immigrant’s-eye view of a post-9/11 city suffused with subtle paranoia and xenophobia, Man Push Cart gives at once empathetic and clear-eyed expression to the everyday drama of human endurance.

DIRECTOR-APPROVED BLU-RAY SPECIAL EDITION FEATURES
• High-definition digital master, supervised and approved by director Ramin Bahrani,
with uncompressed stereo soundtrack
• Audio commentary from 2005 featuring Bahrani, director of photography Michael Simmonds, assistant director Nicholas Elliott, and actor Ahmad Razvi
• New conversation among Bahrani, Elliott, and Razvi on the making of the film
• New conversation between Bahrani and scholar Hamid Dabashi on the origins of the film and Bahrani’s cinematic influences
• Backgammon, a 1998 short film by Bahrani
• Trailer
• English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
• PLUS: An essay by critic Bilge Ebiri

GENRE

Drama

RATING

Not Rated

RUN TIME

87 Minutes

STUDIO

eOne Entertainment