Award-winning director Bille August ("Pelle the Conqueror," 1987) takes on the evils of Apartheid in this inspirational tale of two men transformed by friendship. Because he spoke Xhosa, James Gregory was appointed warden of Robben Island, South Africa'sprison for political dissidents. But instead of suppressing resistance, he finds his longstanding racism challenged by his relationship with his most famous prisoner -- Nelson Mandela. Joseph Fiennes (1998's "Shakespeare in Love") stars in this adaptationof Gregory's memoirs, with Dennis Haysbert ("24") as Mandela and Diane Kruger ("Inglorious Basterds," 2009). Includes featurettes, more.