Starring: Pasquale Enrico Cangro, Stephi Lineburg, Michael Dellafemina, Dominick Angelo Cangro, Brian Tarantina, Robert De Niro, Jill Marie Lawrence, Nestor Serrano, Matthew Cowles, Cyrus Farmer, Michael P. Moran, Leo Burmeister, Linda Emond, Frances McDormand, Jay M. Boryea, Teresa Woods, Jason Winther, Patti LuPone, Orlando Pabjoy, James Franco, Mark LaMura, Joanne Lamstein, Anson Mount, William Forsythe, Teresa Kelsey, Jim Marcus, Gregg Edelman, Michelle Daimer, Drena De Niro, George Dzundza, Leslie Co
Director: Michael Caton-Jones
When a respected New York homicide detective (Robert De Niro) discovers the prime suspect in a murder case is his estranged son (James Franco), he is forced to return home to the decaying boardwalks of Long Beach, Long Island to confront the darkness of his past
A man struggling to come to terms with the sins of his father makes the terrible discovery that his own son has fallen into a life of crime in a drama based on a true story. Vincent LaMarca (Robert DeNiro) is a dedicated and well-respected New York City police detective who has gone to great lengths to distance himself from his past; four decades earlier, Vincent's father Angelo killed a young child, and since then Vincent has carried emotional scars from this incident that he refuses to show to the world. Vincent lives alone in a small apartment building, though he has nurtured a close if tentative relationship with his downstairs neighbor, Michelle (Frances McDormand). One day, Vincent and his partner, Reg Duffy (George Dzundza), are assigned to investigate a murder when the body of a young man is found dead in a dumpster. It turns out the body was that of a drug dealer, and the dealer's partner in crime, Spyder (William Forsythe), believes the killer was one of his regular customers -- a junkie would-be musician who calls himself Snake (Brian Tarantina). City By the Sea was adapted from a piece by journalist Mike McAlary which first appeared in Esquire magazine; the cast also includes Eliza Dushku and Anson Mount. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi.
Feature-length commentary by writer Ken Hixon and producer Matthew Baer, Six words about filmmaking with Michael CAton-Jones, Interactive menus, Theatrical trailer, Cast/director/writer film highlights, Scene access, Languages: English & Fran?ais (dubbed in Quebec), Subtitles: English, Fran?ais & Espa?.
|Studio Name:||Warner Home Video|
|DVD Release Date:||09/07/2010|
|Run Time (in minutes):||108 minutes|
|Audio Tracks:||AC, Dolby Digital 5.1|
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||0.3|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||7.8 x 7.8 x 7.8|
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