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This Blu-ray is can not play in normal dvd player.

Release date: December 7th, 2017


Numbered Limited Edition(1,000 copies)


The copies numbered only 1~100 will be allocated on a first come first served basis, after that the rest of the copies will be dispatched at random.


Steelbookwith high quality full slip box


World Exclusive Artwork


Your steelbook will be individually shrink-wrapped for protection.


Steelbookmade by SCANAVO in Denmark (Full Gloss & Debossing)


40p Booklet (support both Korean and partial English)


5 Postcards (+Classy Envelope)




Video - 1:1 / 1080p


Audio - French DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1ch


Subtitles - Korean / English


Region Code - All


Running time - 138min




Special Features




Audio commentary track with Xavier Dolan, Anne Dorval, Nancy Grant, André Turpin


Cannes film festival acceptance speech of Jury Prize


Interview with Xavier Dolan, Antoine Olivier Pilon, Suzanne Clément


A conversation with director Xavier Dolan


Delete Scene





Mommy is a 2014 Canadian drama film directed by Xavier Dolan and starring Anne Dorval, Antoine-Olivier Pilonand Suzanne Clément. The story concerns a mother with a sometimes-violent teenage son, struggling to control his behaviour in a hypothetical future in which parents have the legal option to commit troubled youth to public hospitals.

The story continues Dolan's themes in motherson relationships in his films, as well as his collaboration with Dorval and Clément. Inspiration for this particular story was drawn from Dolan's discovery of Pilon and the music of Ludovico Einaudi. It was shot in Quebec in an unconventional aspect ratio.

The film debuted at the Cannes Film Festival, where it won the Jury Prize. It became a financial and critical success. Mommy went on to win numerous other awards, among them nine Canadian Screen Awards, including Best Motion Picture.





In a fictional outcome for the Canadian federal election, 2015, a political party comes to power and establishes a law called S-14, allowing parents of troubled children and limited finances to place their children in hospitals, without regard for fundamental justice. After the law is passed, Diane "Die" Després, a widowed mother and 46-year-old journalist, picks up her son Steve, who has ADHD with violent tendencies, from an institution. Steve has started a fire at the institution, in which another youth was injured. Die brings Steve home, and struggles to care for him under financial distress. He gives her jewellery reading "Mommy", which she suspects that he has stolen. Enraged by the accusation, Steve begins choking her, and she defends herself by hitting him with a glass frame. Kyla, a neighbour and teacher on sabbatical, shows up to tend to their wounds.


Kyla, who is dealing with a stuttering problem, begins to tutor Steve, and Steve indicates he is glad to know her and respects her wishes not to call her "babe". Although the three have bonded, Die is served papers indicating she and Steve are being sued for the injuries caused by his fire.







Anne Dorval as Diane "Die" Després

Antoine-Olivier Pilon as Steve Després

Suzanne Clément as Kyla

Alexandre Goyette as Patrick









Blu-Ray Region Codes


In total, there are 3 separate Blu-Ray region codes. These codes are classified alphabetically as Region A, Region B, and Region C. Blu-ray discs that have been manufactured in region A are embedded with region code A, and are therefore only usable with players from region A. The same is applicable for regions B and C. Below is a map showing how Blu-ray region codes are separated and administered by geographic location.

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