After many years living in the U.S., an Afghan novelist (Khalid Abdalla) returns to his Taliban-controlled homeland to learn the fate of the son of his murdered friend.
Frank Darabont's scary Stephen King adaptation of The Mist leads off a relatively meager DVD Tuesday. Also debuting on DVD are Marc Forster's adaptation of bestselling novel The Kite Runner and the suicide-themed black comedy Wristcutters.
Our pick for the week is David Lynch's "psychogenic fugue" Lost Highway, which finally arrives on DVD over a decade after it first opened in theaters. Pick it up today and revel in the legendary Lynchian weirdness.
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