Special features include commentary by Director William Friedkin, two Making Cruising featurettes: The History Of Cruising (21 minutes) and Exorcising Cruising (23 minutes), and the original theatrical trailer.
New York City Detective Steve Burns (Pacino) receives orders from his boss, Captain Edelson (Sorvino), to solve a series of sadistic murders of gay men. In a desparate attempt to crack the case, Steve is sent Cruising New York City
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD shows bright, vibrant colors that not only defy the age of the film, but actually look unnaturally oversaturated. The entire presentation has a cold blue color scheme. Black levels are deep, and shadow delineation is acceptable. Dark scenes are occasionally riddled with excess noise, which can
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