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  • Description

    Sidney Lumet's 1973 crime drama Serpico remains one of the most influential cop movies - alongside Al Pacino's nuanced performance in a disturbing portrait of corruption and morality in the city that never sleeps.

    A plainclothes street patrolman, Frank Serpico (Pacino) might be the best cop in New York, but his unwillingness to play dirty and give into police corruption of drugs, violence, and kickbacks his colleagues indulge in every day. When he decides to expose those around him, Frank finds himself a target, not just to the city's criminals, but his own peers.

    Shot on location and based on real events, Serpico captures the grit of New York in a way no film has rivalled, not just for it's toned down realism, but also the bleakness Lumet portrays within his hometown city with brutal cynicism with frank immediacy. The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to present Serpico for the first time on Blu-Ray in the UK.

    Special Features:

    • Gorgeous Restored 1080p Transfer on the Film
    • Original Theatrical Trailer
    • Video Documentary Serpico: Reel to Real
    • Video Documentary Inside Serpico
    • Video Piece Serpico: Favourite Moments
    • More to be Revealed Closer to Release!
    • 36-Page Full-Colour Booklet Featuring:
      • New and Exclusive Essay by Critic and Author of Al Pacino: Anatomy of an Actor - Karina Longworth
      • Rare Archival Imagery
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    18
    Actor:
    Al Pacino
    Director:
    Sidney Lumet
    Region:
    B
    Aspect Ratio:
    1.78:1
    Number of Discs:
    1
    Main Language:
    English
    Subtitle Languages:

    English

    Run Time:
    130 mins approx.
    studio:
    Masters of Cinema
    Theatrical Release Year:
    1973

Serpico (Masters of Cinema)

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  • Description

    Sidney Lumet's 1973 crime drama Serpico remains one of the most influential cop movies - alongside Al Pacino's nuanced performance in a disturbing portrait of corruption and morality in the city that never sleeps.

    A plainclothes street patrolman, Frank Serpico (Pacino) might be the best cop in New York, but his unwillingness to play dirty and give into police corruption of drugs, violence, and kickbacks his colleagues indulge in every day. When he decides to expose those around him, Frank finds himself a target, not just to the city's criminals, but his own peers.

    Shot on location and based on real events, Serpico captures the grit of New York in a way no film has rivalled, not just for it's toned down realism, but also the bleakness Lumet portrays within his hometown city with brutal cynicism with frank immediacy. The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to present Serpico for the first time on Blu-Ray in the UK.

    Special Features:

    • Gorgeous Restored 1080p Transfer on the Film
    • Original Theatrical Trailer
    • Video Documentary Serpico: Reel to Real
    • Video Documentary Inside Serpico
    • Video Piece Serpico: Favourite Moments
    • More to be Revealed Closer to Release!
    • 36-Page Full-Colour Booklet Featuring:
      • New and Exclusive Essay by Critic and Author of Al Pacino: Anatomy of an Actor - Karina Longworth
      • Rare Archival Imagery
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    18
    Actor:
    Al Pacino
    Director:
    Sidney Lumet
    Region:
    B
    Aspect Ratio:
    1.78:1
    Number of Discs:
    1
    Main Language:
    English
    Subtitle Languages:

    English

    Run Time:
    130 mins approx.
    studio:
    Masters of Cinema
    Theatrical Release Year:
    1973
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