This new Two-Disc Anniversary Edition of Scarface includes three featurettes (The Rebirth, Acting, and Creating) which can be viewed individually or as one. These are, in essence, a re-editing of Laurent Bouzereau
Also available in a gift set, which adds deluxe packaging and the original 1932 version of Scarface starring Paul Muni.
Al Pacino gives an outstanding performance as Tony Montana, a Cuban immigrant who takes over Miami
Compared to the very poor quality of the previously released, non-anamorphic DVD, this new anamorphically enhanced release exhibits a 2.35:1 picture with improvements in detail and dimension. Color fidelity is very similar to the previous edition, appearing slightly dated, but generally natural. Shimmering details and aliasing problems that were evident in the previous edition are still evident (though not as drastic), and can
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