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Serpico (Edición caja metálica) [DVD]

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El novato agente de policía Frank Serpico (Al Pacino) no está dispuesto a pasar por el aro. A pesar del recelo de sus compañeros, se mantiene firme en sus convicciones: amante de la contracultura, con barba y viviendo en el bohemio barrio de Greenwich Village, mientras realiza con celo su trabajo de policía. Los colegas de Serpico le ignoran cuando se enteran de que no acepta sobornos como todos ellos. Horrorizado por lo extendido de la corrupción, Serpico acude a sus superiores, pero cuando descubre que han ignorado su denuncia, toma la fatal decisión de romper el azul muro de silencio y contar a la opinión pública su descubrimiento. La revelación de Serpico dará lugar a una investigación independiente por la Comisión Knapp, pero también ellos harán de él un hombre marcado, con su vida en constante peligro...


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  • Actores: Al Pacino, John Randolph, Barbara Eda Young, Biff McGuire, Jack Kehoe
  • Directores: Sidney Lumet
  • Productores: Martin Bregman
  • Formato: DVD, PAL
  • Audio: Inglés (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono), Castellano (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono)
  • Subtítulos: Castellano, Portugués, Inglés
  • Región: Región 2 (Más información sobre Formatos de DVD.)
  • Relación de aspecto: 1.77:1
  • Número de discos: 2
  • Calificación española (ICAA): No recomendada para menores de 13 años
  • Estudio: Universal Pictures Iberia, S.L.
  • Fecha de lanzamiento: 25 jun 2008
  • Duración: 73 minutos
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (2 opiniones de clientes)
  • ASIN: B0055KNP6G
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una gran pelicula , un genero que borda este pedazo de crack, como siempre gran AL PACINO, muy contento con amazon
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Edición especial con dos discos y libreto para contar y entender la historia de Frank Serpico. No puede faltar en tu filmoteca.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Not for modern audiences...requires patience and thought. 16 de marzo de 2017
Por Filmguy - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Gritty and character driven paced movies are just rarely made anymore. Audiences don't seem to have the temperament anymore. It's a shame. This film is a claustrophobic descent into a world where one cop becomes the only person doing the "right thing". I'm sure that many today would say "it moved too slow, not enough explosions" but hopefully those people will take themselves out of the gene pool in upcoming generations and we'll have a return to intelligent audiences again.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Serpico is a fine movie and helped Al Pacino greatly early in his career. 19 de marzo de 2013
Por clarence a connelly, jr. - Publicado en Amazon.com
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The movie "Serpico" is a very fine movie. It is important because it demonstrated that Al Pacino could carry a successful film as the star. The supporting cast was excellent as well. This movie is based on the true life story of a New York City police officer who joined the force as an idealistic young man only to discover that the force was full of corruption. The more he fought against the corrupt policemen that he worked with every day, the more corruption he discovered and the more he found that as a single man trying to uncover the wrongdoing of the force and trying to make a difference in a positive way, the more frustrated he became. Eventually, when he found all other avenues closed to him, he went to the media, the New York Times and a commission was finally formed to investigate the issues in the department. For his trouble and trying to do the right thing, Serpico was shot and almost killed by fellow police officers. At one point, he was told that a police officer who did not take money when it was offered could not be trusted. Since Serpico could not be trusted, a conspiracy was formed to eliminate him. His idealism quickly became frustration and cynicism.

Serpico lives on in real life in Europe. This movie is based on a book by Peter Haas and the account is pretty much true to life and not fictionalized. The women in his life and his family are pictured and add realism to the story and also are a sounding board to the frustration that he experienced during these years. Serpico grew as a person and during the course of the film, Al Pacino shows himself to be a brilliant actor. This early film helped set him as a versitile and talented actor. This film was made after "The Godfather."

This movie was not the first or the last about the issue of corruption in police departments, LA Confidential comes to mind, but it is certainly one of the best. Since this film is set in the sixties, it may seem a little dated now. It should however, stand the test of time and does show a great actor as he begins towards his greatness.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas EVERYONE SHOULD VIEW THIS GREAT TRUE STORY 16 de marzo de 2017
Por ROBERT R. FOWLER - Publicado en Amazon.com
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EVERYONE SHOULD VIEW THIS GREAT TRUE STORY, ESPECIALLY POLICE DEPARTMENTS IN AMERICA

SERPICO, SHOULD BE A POLICE STANDARD FOR POLICE MORALS AND ACCOUNTABILITY

A GREAT AMERICAN POLICE OFFICER
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas "It's very easy to get hurt, Frank." 25 de enero de 2011
Por J from NY - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Sidney Lumet's film "Serpico" is a brilliant depiction of Peter Maas' book on this simple, angry, and compassionate man who would end up turning the NYPD on it's head with the Knaap Hearings and firsthand eyewitness accounts of police corruption.

Frank Serpico, now 73, is played by a young Al Pacino straight off the first installment of the "Godfather" trilogy. An idealistic young man who expects nothing more than to do what a police officer is actually supposed to do--protect the innocent and fight crime wherever it is found--finds himself in the NYPD of the early to late 1960's. This a time in which the Italian American mafia had grown in power very significantly, before the Joseph Pistones and Henry Hills and Sammy Gravanos of the world appeared. Lumet's skill in filming pre-Giuliani NYC almost reaches the level of Martin Scorsese.

From the first frame of the film one can see what is coming. Serpico's alienation from his lazy, alarmingly serene fellow police officers is at first harmless, but when he realizes the reasons for their serenity (a cop gives him an envelope filled with 300 dollars for no apparent reason) the nightmare begins. Naturally he believes that taking it to an authority figure in the department will start some kind of investigation. He is told (and this is taken directly from the book) that if he decides to make any trouble over it he will be discovered "facedown in the East River" once all the investigations are over. The Commissioner seems almost annoyed that he has to be bothered with any of this. Doesn't Serpico know that the guys take money from mobsters and shake down drug dealers? What planet is he from?

This story is almost biblical in nature and Lumet certainly took pains to make the other cops (with the exception of one or two other honest cops who tried to help him) around Serpico look agents from some Satanic agency a la Miss Baylock in the Omen. Obese, cruel looking, base and violent, his position of honesty and refusal to participate even one inch in any division's dishonesty makes you fear for the guy.

In the tradition of the saints, he remains joyful and full of life despite his untenable situation. Girlfriend after girlfriend come and go, at first enjoying his joie de la vivre and then being overwhelmed by his moods of agitation and fury at the corruption surrounding him. Pacino does all this with his trademark intensity: perhaps the best scene in the film, also taken from the book, is when he humiliates a mobster who he arrests on the street for running numbers and who is a good buddy of all the men he works with.

Running from official to official, he is screwed around with to the point where one can visibly see him losing faith in the system. His best friend, a more formal but equally just cop (Bob Blair played by Tony Roberts in an understated, realistic performance) uses all the connections he has to get Serpico a hearing on police corruption.

It happens, but not before Serpico is set up by a group of his fellow officers and shot in the face.

This is a tale for the ages and one which should not be forgotten. The might of one strong, good man truly cannot be nailed down by a thousand weak corrupt ones. Recommended to all, along with the book of the same title by Peter Maas.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Serpico - Now more than ever! 15 de marzo de 2016
Por Chrissa M - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I had not seen this in about a decade, so when I decided to show it to my son, I wondered how well it would hold up. Beautifully, is how. The issues involved are still germane, and the portrayal of the situations are excellently handled. In light of current events, the reminder of the deep going corruption within the ranks is timely. As well, issues of whistle-blowing and the dangers faced by those who do speak up (hello, Assange, Manning, Snowden!) are all too fresh.

If you've been needing a reminder of why Pacino is so revered by actors - here it is.


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