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cover: FlashForward: 1st Season - d1-2/5

FlashForward: 1st Season - d1-2/5

Director(s): various

Theatrical Release: 2009

Cast: Joseph Fiennes, John Cho, Jack Davenport, Zachary Knighton, Peyton List, Sonya Walger

Genre(s): TV, Sci-Fi, Thriller, Drama, mystery, Dean's List

Countries: USA


Location in store: Television

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Running Time: 430m.

Experience the nonstop action, excitement, and drama of the first ten episodes of the critically-acclaimed FlashForward and get set for television's best new show (Mark A. Perigard, Boston Herald) to grab hold of you from its first explosive moment. Chaos reigns ater a mysterious event causes everyone in the world to lose consciousness at exactly the same time. Was it an act of nature or something far more sinister? During the global blackout, every man, woman and child was given a glimpse of his or her life six months in the future. One elite law enforcement team jumps into the investigation, attempting to solve the mystery, as the world's population wrestles with the choice of whether to embrace the fate they've seen or fight to change the future. Relive every brilliant twist of FlashForward's first ten episodes, and prepare yourself for what's to come in the second half of Season One. Who is D. Gibbons? Who is the shadowy figure unaffected by the blackout? And what's next for your favorite characters as their day of reckoning approaches? Plus, dig even deeper with never before seen bonus features and an exclusive sneak peek at the next chapter, only available on DVD.

01: No More Good Days - On what seems to be a day like any other, everyone on Earth blacks out at the same moment for 2 minutes and 17 seconds. They also have a vision of where they will be or what they are doing some six months into the future, on April 29, 2010. For FBI Agent Mark Benford, the vision is disturbing: he sees himself working on this case, drinking again and with someone at the FBI building out to kill him. Mark's wife, a surgeon, sees herself in a relationship with another man, apparently someone she doesn't know yet. Mark's partner, Agent Demetri Noh has no vision at all and believes that can only mean one thing. As they begin to investigate the phenomena, the FBI come across startling videotape showing that at least one person didn't black out. (imdb.com)

02: White to Play - The FBI begin to acquire vital clues about the blackout. The web site they've established leads them to Utah and eventually to the conclusion that there were at at least two people awake during the blackout. Mark Benford is more convinced than ever that his wife Olivia's vision, that she will take up with another man, is inevitable after she meets the man, Lloyd Simcoe, while treating his son at the hospital. Olivia insists that she will never love anyone but him but Mark's attitude may turn the vision into a self-fulfilling prophecy. Demetri Noh gets more information about his own fate. Mark learns some frightening information from his daughter Charlie about her blackout vision. (imdb.com)

03: 137 Sekunden - The FBI follow-up when a Nazi war criminal imprisoned in Munich claims to know the cause of the blackout. He also knows Agent Mark Benford by name. Benford and Agent Janis Hawk travel to Munich to interview the man and while he is prepared to share what he knows, he has only one requirement: that he be set free and allowed to return to the United States where he once lived. His information does lead the Agents to realize something very important about the blackout. Having seen his daughter alive in his future vision, Mark's friend Aaron Stark tries to get his ex-wife's agreement to exhume her remains and have further DNA testing to confirm if it's really their daughter. Agent Demetri Noh's fiancTe manages to return from Seattle now that flights have been re-instated but he doesn't tell her about his lack of a future vision. (imdb.com)

04: Black Swan - Olivia and Bryce disagree on using a patient's flashforward in a diagnosis. Nicole returns and her flashforward is revealed. (imdb.com)

05: Gimme Some Truth - Mark must testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee about his flashforward. (imdb.com)

06: Scary Monsters and Super Creeps - Mark, Demetri, and Wedeck investigate attacks on Janis and themselves. Olivia confronts Mark about his flashforward. Dylan goes missing. (imdb.com)

07: The Gift - Mark, Demetri, Gough and MI6 agent Fiona Banks investigate a Blue Hand club and its possible connection to some recent suicides. Meanwhile, Aaron receives a surprise visit from a former army buddy of his late daughter's, Demetri comes clean with Zoey about his lack of a flashforward, and Nicole helps Bryce uncover the mystery of his flashforward while volunteering at the hospital. (imdb.com)

08: Playing Cards with Coyote - The discovery of a person in Mark's flashforward impedes a romantic getaway with Olivia. Aaron discovers information about his daughter. Simon and Lloyd attempt to resolve a conflict, and Janis returns to the Bureau. (imdb.com)

09: Believe - Bryce begins his search for the woman in his flashforward, Aaron becomes concerned over Tracy's odd behavior, Mark attempts to track down the person responsible for texting Olivia and outing his drinking during his flashforward vision, and Demetri's co-agents try to find the mysterious caller who forewarned him about his unfortunate fate. (imdb.com)

10: A561984 - Against Wedeck's orders, Mark and Demetri travel to Hong Kong in search of the woman claiming to know details of Demetri's fate; Lloyd tries to come clean about his and Simon's involvement in the global blackout - against Simon's better judgment -- and Zoey discovers the true meaning of her flashforward. (imdb.com)
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