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NARC tells the story of suspended undercover narcotics officer, Nick Tellis (Patric), who is reluctantly drawn back onto the force to find the truth behind the murder of a young police officer killed in the line of duty. He is teamed with Henry Oak (Liotta), the slain officers partner, a rogue cop who will stop at nothing to avenge his friends death. As Tellis and Oak unravel the case, the dark underbelly of the narcotics world reveals itself in surprising ways that are more twisted than either officer has ever seen before -- and the mystery threatens to destroy them both.
- Commentary by writer/director Joe Carnahan and editor John Gilroy
- Narc: Making the Deal
- Narc: Shooting Up
- Narc: The Visual Trip
- The Friedkin Connection
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This is a story of bad cop and bad cop working together, which is a relief to me since the good cop plus bad cop pairing is too over done. Joe Carnahan shows that he is an extremely talented writer and director. Narc was nominated for a Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival in 2002. Which is not a surprise since this was a very good film.
I bought the dvd because of other people's good comments.
I saw it again. It was really a slow ride but one thing different was from some point till the end I was totally involved in the movie and I didn't know that the movie ended till the ending title rolled.
The movie is all about suspicion and the ending was kind of surprise knowing that Ray was actually not the one who did kill the colleague.
Ray Liotta was a bad guy for years in movies. But in this one, he wasn't.
That was the point in this movie.
And I liked it that way.
Without that, this movie could have been nothing.
NARC was filmed in the winter and you can see how the car and bus fumes change the snow from white to dreary gray. Actually everything appears gray and bleak. The action scenes, much like real life violence, are frenetic and chaotic. The screenplay focuses on new partners Nick Tellis(Jason Patric) and Henry Oak(Ray Liotta) as they form an uneasy alliance to close the case of a murdered police officer who may or may not have been corrupt. The screenplay, acting, directing are all first rate.
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