Scarface (1983) is being released in
a special 20th Anniversary edition. The special boxed set contains
both the 1983 Al Pacino version, and the 1932 Paul Muni version,
which has never been on DVD before. The 1983 version is remastered,
and comes with a second DVD full of interviews, deleted scenes, etc.
The set includes several lobby cards, and a special money clip with
Pacino's logo from the film. The transfer was top notch. The deleted
scenes had no new nudity, and deserved to have been deleted.
The story traces the rise and fall of Tony Montoya, a Cuban refugee
who becomes an American gangster in the cocaine trade in Miami's
Little Havana. He parlays brass balls, nerves of steel, and his lust
for wealth and power into a place at the top of the heap in the
Miami drug trade. Of course, he falls prey to excesses once he
reaches the top and the good life.
- Dawnell Bowers shows breasts and buns in a
- Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, as Pacino's
sister, has an open robe scene where we see her panties, and a
brief flash of her left breast.
- Michelle Pfeiffer, as Pacino's love
interest, shows cleavage in every one of her costumes.