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  • Actors: Demian Bichir, Ted Levine, Thomas M. Wright
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: 21st Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: June 24, 2014
  • Run Time: 590 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (572 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00ECHBSP8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,882 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Customer Reviews

Very interesting characters.
Bhlaguna
After watching this first episode I am now hooked!
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Excellent acting and great character driven story.
TONI WALLACE

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Format: Blu-ray
Is it personal? Is it political? It's hard to determine the message being sent by a mysterious murderer with a perplexing agenda in the FX drama "The Bridge." When his violent acts, staged as elaborate "statements," get more varied--we're left with a terrific mystery that only grows more intriguing as it gets more complicated. This adaptation of the Danish television series doesn't try to mirror the chilly Scandinavian feel of the original (where the bridge of the title is between Denmark and Sweden). Instead, it wisely opts for a more volatile and timely setting. Here, the bridge connects El Paso, Texas with Juarez, Mexico and the serial killer is working both sides of the border. In making this decision, "The Bridge" becomes more than just another murder mystery. It is also a study of contrasts in class and race, a commentary on immigration, and a gritty travelogue exploring the grim realities of life on the border.

The FX channel, to me, has long been a leader in adult and challenging programs. In fact, they virtually changed the landscape of basic cable original programming with two of my all time favorite shows in "The Shield" and "Damages" and provocative button-pushers like "Nip/Tuck" and "Rescue Me." If not for the adventurous FX (which continues to churn out some of TV's best shows), I don't think other networks (especially AMC with hits like Mad Men and The Walking Dead) would have been as likely to develop original programming. So thank you FX! Not all of the great shows should be on premium cable! And, let me tell you, "The Bridge" fits comfortably into the niche of quality entertainment made for audiences looking for great storytelling. I'll be honest, though, I wasn't totally won over with the premiere of "The Bridge.
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44 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Samantha J. Day on August 27, 2013
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The Btidge is a smart, sad, enveloping show that makes one think. Not a lazy show to watch. Complex stories and people. Great show.
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Is it personal? Is it political? It's hard to determine the message being sent by a mysterious murderer with a perplexing agenda in the FX drama "The Bridge." When his violent acts, staged as elaborate "statements," get more varied--we're left with a terrific mystery that only grows more intriguing as it gets more complicated. This adaptation of the Danish television series doesn't try to mirror the chilly Scandinavian feel of the original (where the bridge of the title is between Denmark and Sweden). Instead, it wisely opts for a more volatile and timely setting. Here, the bridge connects El Paso, Texas with Juarez, Mexico and the serial killer is working both sides of the border. In making this decision, "The Bridge" becomes more than just another murder mystery. It is also a study of contrasts in class and race, a commentary on immigration, and a gritty travelogue exploring the grim realities of life on the border.

The FX channel, to me, has long been a leader in adult and challenging programs. In fact, they virtually changed the landscape of basic cable original programming with two of my all time favorite shows in "The Shield" and "Damages" and provocative button-pushers like "Nip/Tuck" and "Rescue Me." If not for the adventurous FX (which continues to churn out some of TV's best shows), I don't think other networks (especially AMC with hits like Mad Men and The Walking Dead) would have been as likely to develop original programming. So thank you FX! Not all of the great shows should be on premium cable! And, let me tell you, "The Bridge" fits comfortably into the niche of quality entertainment made for audiences looking for great storytelling. I'll be honest, though, I wasn't totally won over with the premiere of "The Bridge.
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VERY MINOR SPOILERS:

Quotation credit to Charles Bowden, Author of "Murder City: Ciudad Juárez and the Global Economy's New Killing Fields".

Highly hyped by FX, looking to catch lightening in a bottle a la "Sons of Anarchy". There is a little here for everyone:

A gruesome murder (w/mixed Mexican-American body parts)

Drug cartels

Pretty girls in short skirts

Attractive blonde American detective with Asperger

A Mexican detective that is seemingly not corrupt

Tech savvy

Three storylines/mysteries which may at some point intersect

The potential for back stories galore

A lot to take in within the first 90-minutes (including commercials). A virtual assault on the senses! There is the main storyline of a body straddling the "Bridge of Americas". The body is that of a female. Make that females with the upper half comprised of a hard line anti-Mexican American Judge and the lower half that of one Juarez's missing girls. How the perpetrator was actually able to shut down all of the video cameras at the border in order to place the body just so, is where we are perhaps first being asked to suspend reason (presumably, the same tech savvy individual that co-opted the electronic locking mechanism, thus trapping the Reporter played by Mathew Liliard in his car). The other 2-storylines involve a quasi kidnapping of a Mexican prostitute and Annabeth Gish (a long way from Mystic Pizza) as recently widowed wife of a wealthy rancher who had some secrets of his own after making a death bed confession that he didn't love her anymore.

This is serious fare that will require a commitment to watch, as the proverbial onion is peeled layer by layer.
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