There's going to be a major Breach on DVD in June!

An untested FBI employee attempts to trap the deadliest double agent in U.S. history in the intense thriller Breach, coming to DVD and HD DVD & DVD Combo format on June 12, 2007 from Universal Studios Home Entertainment. Based on a true story, Breach boasts a powerhouse performance from Oscar® winner Chris Cooper (The Bourne Identity) as Robert Hanssen, the most notorious traitor in FBI history, convicted of selling American secrets to Moscow over a 15-year period. Ryan Phillippe (Flags of Our Fathers) costars as Eric O'Neill, the ambitious young FBI operative assigned to help capture Hanssen. Laura Linney (Man of the Year), Dennis Haysbert (Jarhead), and Gary Cole (Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby) provide star-powered support. The DVD and HD DVD & DVD Combo discs are priced at $29.98 SRP and $39.98 SRP, respectively. Pre-order close is May 8, 2007.

Critically acclaimed writer/director Billy Ray (Shattered Glass) penetrates the FBI's inner sanctum to reveal the top-secret search for a counter-intelligence genius whose two decades of treachery became the worst intelligence disaster in United States history. Produced by Robert F. Newmyer (Training Day), Scott Strauss (Mindhunters) and Scott Kroopf (The Last Samurai), Breach meticulously scrutinizes the shadowy game of international espionage, building to a shattering final confrontation between two men whose relationship is rooted in betrayal.


Inspired by the real-life story of Robert Hanssen, Breach follows the search for an elusive mole in the top echelons of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Eric O'Neill (Ryan Phillippe) is dragged from the obscurity of a low-level FBI surveillance job to work directly with one of the most powerful and trusted men at the agency. O'Neill has been handpicked to assist veteran operative Robert Hanssen (Chris Cooper) in a new division created to protect all classified FBI intelligence. The idealistic young man is dismayed to discover that his new boss is the subject of long-term, top-secret investigation and that he is expected to infiltrate Hanssen's treasonous operation. Caught in a lethal game of cat and mouse, O'Neill must outwit Hanssen at his own game or watch Hanssen destroy him, his family and the nation they are both sworn to serve.

Critics everywhere agree Breach is a smart, riveting thriller that never lets go. Richard Roeper of "Ebert & Roeper" declares Breach is "A brilliant and tense thriller." It is "A gripping and mesmerizing story," says Chuck Thomas, "Movie Reviews and Previews." Pete Hammond of Maxim calls Breach "A spellbinding, real-life suspense thriller." It's "Electrifying," according to Peter Travers, Rolling Stone and "Intensely riveting" says Sean P. Means, The Salt Lake Tribune.

Cast and Filmmakers:

- Director: Billy Ray

- Written By: Billy Ray, Adam Mazer, William Rotko

- Cast: Chris Cooper, Ryan Phillippe, Laura Linney, Caroline Dhavernas, Gary Cole, Dennis Haysbert, Kathleen Quinlan, Bruce Davison

The DVD and HD DVD & DVD Combo editions of Breach are packed with fascinating, behind-the-headlines bonus material including:

- Breaching the Truth -- Get an insider's look at how the compelling story of the man who spent more than twenty years selling his country's secrets to its enemies finally came to the screen.

- Anatomy of a Character, Brought to you by Volkswagen -- A powerful portrait of Chris Cooper, one of the most versatile actors in film today, as he transforms himself into master spy Robert Hanssen.

- "The Mole" -- Originally aired on television's "Dateline" in 2001, this in-depth profile offers an intriguing glimpse of the public and private lives of double-agent Hanssen.

- Feature Commentary with Writer and Director Billy Ray and former FBI operative Eric O'Neill

- More than 18 minutes of Deleted and Alternate Scenes

BreachStandard Release DVD Details:

- Run Time: 1 Hour 51 Minutes

- Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1 Widescreen; 1.33:1 Full Frame

- Rating: PG-13

- Rating Reason: violence, sexual content and language

- Audio: English and French Dolby Digital 5.1; SDH

- Subtitles: French and Spanish

BreachHD-DVD and Combo DVD Details:

- Run Time: 1 Hour 51 Minutes

- Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1 Widescreen

- Rating: PG-13

- Rating Reason: violence, sexual content and language

- Audio: English: Dolby Digital Plus 5.1; SDH; French: Dolby Digital Plus 5.1

- Subtitles: French

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