$5 A DAY DVD Contest

$5 A Day DVD

Seat42f and Image Entertainment have teamed up to give 2 lucky winners a copy of $5 A DAY on DVD. For a chance to win leave a comment below telling us why you want to add $5 A DAY to your DVD collection. Only one entry per person. Contest ends August 24th. Winners will be notified on August 25th via email so make sure to use a valid email address when you post your comment. US Residents Only.

Release Date: August 24th, 2010 Click Here To Buy From Amazon

Are we always ready to pay for the things we need the most?   On August 24, Image Entertainment presents $5 A Day, a story of a father and son struggling with the cost of rebuilding their relationship. Directed by Nigel Cole (Sundance Festival winner, Saving Grace) and featuring an award-winning cast, $5 A Day is an exuberant comedy – a joyous tour of the heart.  Available at an SRP of $27.98 for the DVD and $29.98 for the Blu-ray, the film will also be available via digital download. 

Nat (Christopher Walken, Oscar® winner, The Deer Hunter) is an eccentric conman – a hustler content with a life of schemes and underhanded deals.  He lacks one thing:  a reconciliation with his son, Flynn (Alessandro Nivola, Jurassic Park III), who has ceased trusting his father long ago.  But Nat’s time is growing short:  he has been diagnosed with a terminal illness.  True to form, Nat cons Flynn into joining him in a cross country journey to an experimental medical facility.  Short on money, but not on imagination, the two realize that to reach their destination they can spend no more than $5 A Day.  They come up with increasingly ridiculous schemes to keep within their budget – but there is a distance of emotion as well as miles to cover.  Are they on the path towards a father-son reunion?

With a sparkling cast that includes Sharon Stone (Emmy® award winner, “The Practice”, Casino), Amanda Peet (Syriana, 2012), Peter Coyote (Erin Brokovich, “Deadwood”) and Dean Cain (Out of Time, Rat Race), $5 A Day is a comedy rich in character and charm.  It is a happy reminder that relationships may take their toll, but what we get in return is priceless.

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