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Locke (2013)

Locke DVD and Blu-ray release date was August 12, 2014. Locke Netflix rental release date is August 12, 2014 (estimated) and Redbox release date is August 12, 2014.
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AmazonAugust 12, 2014Aug 12, 2014 calendar
Amazon Prime VideoAugust 5, 2014Aug 5, 2014
iTunes
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Digital HDNo date yet
Redbox
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DVD rentalAugust 12, 2014Aug 12, 2014
Netflix
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DVD rentalAugust 12, 2014Aug 12, 2014
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MOVIE DETAILS
Starring: Tom Hardy, Olivia Colman, Ruth Wilson
Director: Steven Knight
Writer: Steven Knight
In Theaters: April 18, 2014
Runtime: 85 min
Gross: $1.4 mil            7.1
With exception of a brief glimpse of a truck driver at the beginning, "Locke," is a one-man show that depicts the struggles of Ivan Locke as he drives down a UK highway southward to London. More and more details are revealed as he participates in phone calls that are piped through a speaker in his car. A married man, Lock explains over the phone to his two teenage sons that he will not be home to watch a soccer match later in the night. Through another phone call, it becomes apparent that he is racing to attend the birth of his child with a woman who is not his wife. Locke discloses the affair to his devastated wife. In addition to his personal issues, he is also responsible for coordinating and attending the pouring of concrete at the construction site of a massive skyscraper that is scheduled to be built.
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