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Person of Interest Season 1 is written by Jonathan Nolan, co-writer of The Dark Knight and is produced by JJ Abrams' Bad Robot Productions. Boasting an incredible cast, including Jim Cavaziel (The Passion of The Christ, The Thin Red Line), Michael Emerson (Lost, Saw), Taraji P. Henson (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Date Night) and Kevin Chapman (Mystic River, Unstoppable), the series has been winning dedicated followers.
John Reese (CAVAZIEL) a former elite CIA officer is homeless and presumed dead following the death of the woman he loves. When he is approached by a reclusive billionaire computer genius Harold Finch (EMERSON) who lives under an assumed identity, they form a partnership to prevent and predict violent crimes using high-tech surveillance and their own brand of vigilante justice. Utilising a computer system commissioned by the US government, and built by Finch himself after the attacks of 9/11, Reese and Finch are able to receive details of imminent crimes, but never know what the crime will be, or whether the person that they have been notified of is a perpetrator or victim. A compelling and tense drama that will keep you guessing, Person Of Interest is a gripping story of mystery and espionage.
The Blu-ray and DVD extras include:
• Broadcast Pilot Episode with Producer Commentary
• Extended Pilot Episode
• Extended Pilot Episode with Producer Commentary
• Gag Reel
• "Living In An Age Of Surveillance" Featurette
CLOSING DATE: Monday 18th March 2013 23:23
Raheem Sterling has confirmed that he will not resume talks over a new contract with Liverpool until the summer.
Celtic manager Ronny Deila will try to persuade Jason Denayer and Manchester City to extend the centre-back's loan.
Roy Hodgson has called on England supporters to cut out "political chants" before June's trip to face Republic of Ireland.
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