A FEDERAL AGENT IS DEAD. A KILLER IS LOOSE. AND THE CITY OF ANGELS IS ABOUT TO EXPLODE.
In the seventies William Friedkin made The French Connection, The Exorcist and Sorcerer. In the eighties he equalled them with To Live and Die in L.A., one of the most stylish thrillers the decade had to offer.
When his partner is murdered just days before retirement, Secret Service Agent Richard Chance (William Petersen, Manhunter) begins an obsessive hunt for his killer – counterfeiter and all-round psychopath Eric Masters, played by Willem Dafoe at his villainous prime.
Beautifully shot by Robby Muller (Repo Man, Paris, Texas) and with a driving score with British new wave act Wang Chung, To Live and Die in L.A. looks and sounds exceptional in this brand-new 4K restoration from the original 35mm negative.
SPECIAL EDITION CONTENTS:
FIRST PRESSING ONLY: Collector’s booklet featuring new writing on the film by Anne Billson
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Watched this film back in the eighties and really enjoyed it, written and directed by William Friedkin, so when I saw it was coming on to blu ray I purchased it on pre order. Watched it again and the story still holds up, maybe a few clichés now but good acting from the cast including Willem Defoe and John Turturro. The picture is a bit grainy in parts but I could put up with that aswell.
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