DVD: “The Impossible,” “Any Day Now,” “K-11,” And More!


Struggles, from life-and-death to addictions, inform this week’s home entertainment highlights.

In The Impossible, a family vacationing in Thailand during 2004 finds itself swept up and separated by a devastating tsunami, while Any Day Now charts a loving gay couple’s attempt to form a family with a special needs child.

Characters wrestle with and wallow in sex and drug addictions in The Endless Possibility of Sky, and in grindhouse-esque prison flick K-11, a man finds himself in an LGBT jail unit lorded over by a brutal transgender prisoner.