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Product Details

  • An MVD Exclusive
  • SKU: MVD10674D
  • Format: ON HOLD DVD
  • UPC: 760137106746
  • Street Date: 12/31/24
  • PreBook Date: 01/01/01
  • Label: Drafthouse »
  • Genre: Drama
  • Run Time: 129 mins
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Audio: STEREO
  • Year of Production: 2011
  • Region Code: 1
  • Box Lot: 30
  • Territory: US,CA
  • Language: French


Cast & Crew

  • Director: Michaël R. Roskam


Product Assets






When a federal agent is killed & a woman from his past returns, Jacky must confront his demons & face the consequences of his decisions.

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BULLHEAD is a harrowing tale of revenge, redemption and fate. Domineering cattle farmer Jacky Vanmarsenille, constantly pumped on steroids and hormones, initiates a deal with a notorious mafioso meat trader. When an investigating federal agent is assassinated and a woman from his traumatic past resurfaces, Jacky must confront his demons and face the far-reaching consequences of his decisions.


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Sales Points

  • WINNER! 2011 AFI Fest (Best Actor, Best Director, Best Film)
  • WINNER! 2012 Victoria Film Festival, Canada (Best Picture)
  • WINNER! 2013 CinEuphoria Awards (Best Actor)
  • WINNER! 2012 Palm Springs International Film Festival (FIPRESCI Prize - Best Actor, Directors to Watch)
  • Stars Matthias Schoenaerts (The Danish Girl), Jeroen Perceval (Dealer) and Jeanne Dandoy (Public Enemy)
  • ACADEMY AWARD NOMINEE! 2012 Best Foreign Language Film
  • ROTTEN TOMATOES - CERTIFIED FRESH! (87% Tomatometer, 80% Audience Score)

Press Quotes

This thriller about a steroid-boosting farmer lost in the moral maze of Belgium's mafia underworld is a stylish, meaty treat

     —Henry Barnes, Guardian

Bullhead becomes dark, minatory and coruscating in ways not light-aeons distant from Büchner or Scorsese.

     —Nigel Andrews, Financial Times


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