Two-time Academy Award winner Kevin Spacey stars in Shrink, a sharp-witted and uplifting film about the courage it takes to achieve happiness … even in Hollywood. Featuring a well-matched cast at the top of their game, "Shrink" was an Official Selection of the 2009 Sundance Film Festival that has been called "funny, tart and fascinating" (Cinema Signals), and "intense and absorbing" (Jeffery Lyons, Movies and More Radio), while Kevin Spacey's acting has been deemed "darkly funny" (Associated Press) and his "best performance since Swimming with Sharks" (USA Today).

Coming to DVD September 29th from Lionsgate, "Shrink" contains a host of special features including deleted scenes, audio commentary and on-camera interviews with the director Jonas Pate and producer Braxton Pope, along with the music video "Here" by Jackson Browne. "Here," a new original song by legendary singer-songwriter Browne runs over the end title credits, beginning when the screen goes dark at the narrative's conclusion. Browne is regularly cited as contemporary music's quintessential confessional singer-songwriter, making his contribution to "Shrink" an ideal fit.


Henry Carter (Spacey) is L.A.'s top celebrity psychiatrist with an A-list clientele, including a famous actress (Saffron Burrows), a wildly insecure young writer (Mark Webber), and an obsessive-compulsive super-agent (Dallas Roberts). Disillusioned with both his career and personal life, Henry's only hope of salvation could come from his first pro bono case, a beautiful but troubled teenage girl (Keke Palmer). But considering his present state of mind, is Henry ready for the real-life problems of someone who lives far from the Hollywood Hills?

DVD Special Features
·Deleted Scenes
·Audio Commentary with Director Jonas Pate and Producer Braxton Pope
·On-Camera Interviews with Director Jonas Pate and Producer Braxton Pope
·Music Video – "Here" by Jackson Browne

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