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Hours (2013)

PG-13 Drama, Thriller
Hours DVD and Blu-ray release date was March 4, 2014. Hours Netflix rental release date is March 4, 2014 (estimated).
WhereMediaRelease Date
Amazon
Amazon
March 4, 2014Mar 4, 2014 calendar
Amazon Video
Amazon Video
December 13, 2013Dec 13, 2013
iTunes
itunes
Digital HDNo date yet
Redbox
redbox
not available
Netflix
netflix
DVD rentalMarch 4, 2014Mar 4, 2014
(estimated)
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MOVIE DETAILS
Starring: Paul Walker, Genesis Rodriguez, Nancy Nave, Shane Jacobsen, Natalia Safran
Director: Eric Heisserer
Writer: Eric Heisserer
In Theaters: December 4, 2013
Runtime: 97 min
6.5
During the early hours of Hurricane Katrina's arrival, a pregnant woman is rushed to a New Orleans hospital in the midst of a complicated premature birth. The hospital is unable to save the mother but the baby, born in critical condition, shows signs of hope, although she is expected to depend on a ventilator for the next 48 hours to survive. Her father, Nolan, remains by her side, but the situation is rendered even more dire as the tremendous hurricane smashes the hospital's power source. Everybody else in the hospital abandons the building, but Nolan, wracked with grief and fatigue, has no option but to remain by his daughter's side with nothing more than a manually-operated power generator maintaining the ventilator and her fragile existence. As the outside world descends into ravaged chaos around them, this father's unyielding desperation to cling to his child's tenuous life creates a heart-wrenching ordeal.
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