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Product Details

  • An MVD Exclusive
  • SKU: AV578
  • Format: 4K Ultra HD
  • UPC: 760137145974
  • Street Date: 05/21/24
  • PreBook Date: 04/16/24
  • Label: Arrow Video »
  • Genre: Mystery/Thriller
  • Run Time: 105 mins
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Audio: STEREO
  • Year of Production: 2002
  • Region Code: 0
  • Box Lot:
  • Territory: US
  • Language: English

 

Cast & Crew

  • Actor: Jason Patric
  • Actor: Ray Liotta
  • Actor: Lina Giornofelice
  • Actor: Chi McBride
  • Actor: Dan Leis
  • Actor: Lloyd Adams
  • Actor: A.C. Peterson
  • Actor: Karen Robinson
  • Actor: Booth Savage
  • Actor: Alan Van Sprang
  • Actor: Krista Bridges
  • Actor: Garry Robbins
  • Actor: Busta Rhymes
  • Actor: John Ortiz
  • Actor: Stacey Farber
  • Actor: Kevin Rushton
  • Actor: Anne Openshaw
  • Director: Joe Carnahan
  • Producer: Tom Cruise
  • Producers: Tom Cruise

 

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Narc [Limited Edition]

A suspended undercover narcotics officer is drawn back onto the force to find the truth behind the murder of a young police officer.

Narc [Limited Edition]
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A natural successor to the violent thrillers of the 70s, director Joe Carnahan's breakthrough Narc brings the genre screaming into a new era, setting the standard for the modern cop drama with its gritty, unrelenting tone and style. In wintry Detroit, narcotics cop Nick Tellis (Jason Patric, The Lost Boys) is recovering from an undercover operation gone wrong. In the hopes of being assigned a quiet desk job, he agrees to return to active duty and partner up with Detective Henry Oak (Ray Liotta, Goodfellas) to investigate the apparent murder of Oak's former partner. As both men become lost in the depths of the case, boundaries become blurred, and their relationship begins to vacillate between intensely personal and unsettlingly suspicious. One of the best crime films of the 21st century, Narc is back in an intense new filmmaker-approved 4K remaster, with brutally immersive Atmos audio, and featuring hours of previously unreleased on-set interviews and brand-new bonus features.

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Bonus Materials

  • 4K ULTRA HD BLU-RAY LIMITED EDITION CONTENTS
  • Brand new 4K remaster from the original negative by Arrow Films
  • Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Nathanael Marsh
  • Double-sided poster featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Nathanael Marsh
  • Illustrated collectors’ booklet featuring new writing by Michelle Kisner, a new interview with producer Diane Nabatoff and archival interviews and articles
  • DISC ONE - FEATURE (4K ULTRA HD BLU-RAY)
  • 4K (2160p) Ultra HD Blu-ray presentation in Dolby Vision (HDR10 compatible)
  • Newly restored original stereo audio and Dolby Atmos surround audio
  • Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing
  • Archival feature commentary with director Joe Carnahan and editor John Gilroy
  • Brand new introduction from director Joe Carnahan
  • DISC TWO - EXTRAS (BLU-RAY)
  • Shattering the Blue Line, a newly filmed interview with director Joe Carnahan
  • Shooting Narc, a newly filmed interview with director of photography Alex Nepomniaschy
  • If You Live Another Day, a newly filmed interview with actor Krista Bridges
  • The Journey of the Costume, a newly filmed interview with costume designer Gersha Phillips
  • Making the Deal, a vintage promotional featurette looking at the making of the film
  • The Visual Trip, a vintage promotional featurette looking at the look of the film
  • The Friedkin Connection, a vintage promotional featurette interviewing William Friedkin and discussing the connections between his body of work and Narc
  • Shooting Up, a vintage promotional featurette looking at the making of the film
  • Vintage EPK interviews with Joe Carnahan, Ray Liotta, Jason Patric, Diane Nabatoff, Alex Nepomniaschy and William Friedkin
  • Theatrical trailer
  • Image gallery

Sales Points

  • Produced by Tom Cruise
  • Certified Fresh rating of 84% on Rotten Tomatoes
  • Stars Ray Liotta (GOODFELLAS, COCAINE BEAR) in one of his finest performances
  • Nominated for 3 Independent Spirit Awards for Best Director, Cinematography, and Supporting Actor
  • Gritty Modern Noir from the director of COP SHOP, SMOKIN' ACES, and THE A-TEAM

Press Quotes

This compulsively watchable police thriller comes on like gangbusters... ballsy director Joe Carnahan -- a real find -- gives the scene the breathless urgency of something out of The French Connection. Patric has his best role in years. And Ray Liotta -- firing on all cylinders -- is surefire Oscar bait

     —Pete Travers, Rolling Stone

[Patric & Liotta] do not fit the usual pattern of cop partners in the movies. Either of them could be the lead. Writer-director, Joe Carnahan, brings a rough, aggressive energy to the picture [&] the ending is a neat and ironic exercise in poetic justice

     —Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun Times

Joe Carnahan has made a believable, fleshed-out film where men's worst impulses lead to their ruin. ''Narc'' is convincing, an entertaining, grimy view of the traps of machismo tucked inside a cop thriller

     —Elvis Mitchell, The New York Times

Never knowing exactly how out of control he is gives NARC a palpable current of tension. Liotta's goateed wolverine isn't a sociopathic caricature; Carnahan gives him moments of lucidity and reason that make good on the promise of '70s-style realism

     —Michael Atkinson, Village Voice

Carnahan has reinvigorated the genre with a stroke-inducing shot of adrenaline, he's retained 70's-era filmmaking icon generosity with his actors, resulting in a pair of lead performances from Patric & Liotta that rank among the best work of their careers

     —Moriarty, Ain't It Cool News

Narc still stands as one of the most exciting movie-going experiences. Now Arrow Video resurrects this thrilling piece of Detroitsploitation to 4K UHD and it’s glorious.

     —MATTHEW HARTMAN, High-Def Digest

  

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