Chloe (DVD)
When Catherine (Julianne Moore), a successful doctor, begins to question her husband David’s (Liam Neeson) fidelity, she sets out to resolve her suspicions with the help of an alluring young woman, Chloe (Amanda Seyfried). Soon caught in a web of sexual desire, Catherine finds herself on a journey that places her family in great danger.

Special features include: commentary by Egoyan, Seyfried and writer Erin Cressida Wilson; a making-of featurette; and deleted scenes. (E1 Entertainment)

Greenberg (DVD)
Roger Greenberg (Ben Stiller), single, fortyish and at a crossroads in his life, finds himself back in Los Angeles, house-sitting for six weeks for his more successful, married-with-children brother. In search of a place to restart his life, Greenberg tries to reconnect with old friends including his former bandmate Ivan (Rhys Ifans). But old friends aren’t necessarily still best friends and Greenberg soon finds himself spending more and more time with his brother’s personal assistant Florence (Greta Gerwig), an aspiring singer and also something of a lost soul.

Special features include: a behind-the-scenes featurette; “Greenberg loves Los Angeles”; and “Noah Baumbach takes a novel approach.” (Alliance Films)

Insomnia (Blu-ray)
Invited to Nightmute, Alaska, to head a murder case, a veteran LAPD detective (Al Pacino) finds his investigation disrupted by an ever-shining midnight sun that wreaks sleep-depriving havoc on him, as well as personal guilt over a second crime that may be real or a figment of his increasingly unstable consciousness. Director Christopher Nolan crafts another jolting psychological thriller. In the season of the midnight sun, no one – and no secret – can forever hide.

Special features include: commentary by Nolan and another by Hilary Swank, production designer Nathan Crowley, editor Dody Dorn, cinematographer Wally Pfister and screenwriter Hilary Seitz; additional scenes; “Day for Night,” a making-of featurette; “180o,” a conversation with Nolan and Pacino; “In the Fog,” cinematography and production design featurette; and “Eyes Wide Open,” the insomniac’s world. (Warner Home Video)

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