For single father John James (Kevin Costner), raising his teenage daughter Louisa (Ivana Baquero) and younger son Sam (Gattlin Griffith) would be difficult enough, considering he recently uprooted his family to start a new life in a new town. But he’ll soon find his parenting – and survival – skills put to the test when Louisa begins exhibiting increasingly strange behavior. Teaming with multiple Oscar® winner Kevin Costner, renowned international filmmaker Luis Berdejo (screenwriter of REC and Quarantine) makes his directorial debut for the Anchor Bay Films’ thriller The New Daughter, coming to DVD and Blu-ray™ May 18th from Anchor Bay Entertainment.The New Daughter follows the James family, as John (Costner, Dances With Wolves, Mr. Brooks) tries to rebuild his family after a painful divorce. John has his hands full raising his youngest child Sam (Griffith, Couples Retreat) and especially his adolescent daughter Louisa (Baquero, Pan’s Labyrinth, in her first English-speaking role).
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As Louisa’s troubling behavior continues, far beyond the average tween angst and frustrations, John begins doubting his parental abilities. But when events around the James household start taking on an increasingly mysterious nature, John realizes that his family may be in mortal danger. Co-starring Samantha Mathis (The Punisher, The American President), The New Daughter is adapted by John Travis (The Haunting of Molly Hartley) from the short story by John Connolly.
Bonus features on both the DVD and Blu-ray™ include:
• Audio commentary by Director Luis Berdejo
• The New Daughter: Behind The Scenes
• Theatrical trailer
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