Pride and Glory Blu Ray

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A saga centred on a multi-generational family of New York City Police officers. When an officer discovers his brother-in-law is involved in a corruption scandal, there is more than the family's good name at stake.

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Released
17 April 2019
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Blu Ray 
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Entertainment In Video 
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125 minutes 
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Four cops down: two dead, two likely. An NYPD drug bust has gone horribly wrong, and Detective Ray Tierney heads the investigating task force. He already has ties to the case. His brother was commander of the ambushed officers. His brother in law, a fellow officer, often partnered with them. The more Ray uncovers, the more those family ties are tested. And the more the fraternal order starts to fray. Edward Norton, Colin Farrell, Jon Voight and Noah Emmerich star in a gritty, tension-packed tale of a multigenerational family of cops facing hard realities and tough choices. Set and filmed in Manhattan's Washington Heights, Pride And Glory draws you into a grippingly raw real world....and into a house divided.   Bonus Features: Source of pride the making of pride and glory Languages: English Subtitles: English Approx Run Time 125Mins

New York-set crime drama starring Colin Farrell and Edward Norton. Ray Tierney (Norton) is an NYPD officer from a multi-generational police family. When Tierney is assigned to investigate a complex case that involves his older brother Francis (Noah Emmerich) and brother-in-law Jimmy Egan (Colin Farrell), the family is forced to choose where their loyalties lie.