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Cuba Gooding Jr. and Clifton Collins Jr. portray a pair of former gang members who trade in their colors for badges, only to discover that life on the other side of the law isn't much different than life on the streets, in Nightstalker director Chris Fisher's tale of crime and corruption in the highest ranks of the inner-city police force. As anti-gang task force cops Armando Sancho (Collins Jr.) and his partner Salim Adel (Gooding Jr.) make their way through the sweltering concrete jungle of a decaying city, the lines between the law and the lawless grow increasingly blurred. His conscience stirred by his involvement in the murder of an innocent man, Sancho begins weighing the prospect of participating in an Internal Affairs investigation against his loyalty to his amoral partner and best friend Adel. When Sancho and Adel are called in by their division lieutenant (Cole Hauser) and assigned the task of delivering confiscated dope to the henchmen of feared gangster Damien Baine (Wyclef Jean), the deal is sweetened by Baine's offer to cut the pair in on the profits if they agree to bust a gang of newly arrived Canadian drug dealers looking to establish roots in the city. The task is complicated however, by the revelation that not only does the Canadian gang have direct ties to a well-established crime syndicate headed by ruthless Latino crime lord Roland (Robert La Sardo), but that the disgruntled girlfriend of a noted police informant is looking to exact deadly revenge on Adel for a previous wrongdoing as well.

Product Details

Release Date: 04/04/2006
UPC: 0043396128743
Original Release: 2006
Rating: R
Source: Sony Pictures
Region Code: 1
Time: 1:37:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; "Gettin' Dirty" - an inside look at the Dirty premiere; Deleted scenes; "Chump" music video by Oh No; Skateboarding/breakdancing featurette; Audio commentary with writer/director Chris Fisher and director of photography Eliot Rockett

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Cuba Gooding Salim Adel
Clifton Collins Armando Sancho
Cole Hauser Lieutenant
Wyclef Jean Daiman Baine
Keith David Captain Spain
Wood Harris Brax
Robert La Sardo Roland
Lobo Sebastian Manny
Taboo Ramirez
Khleo Thomas Splooge
Aimee Garcia Rita
Chris Mulkey Internal Affairs Agent
Judy Reyes Internal Affairs Agent
Chris Fisher Actor
Tory Kittles Actor

Technical Credits
Chris Fisher Director,Screenwriter
Chris Bailey Special Effects Supervisor
Ryan Beveridge Score Composer
Barry Brooker Executive Producer
Chris Davis Art Director
David Allen Cluck Asst. Director
Gerry Cueller Musical Direction/Supervision
Greg Danylyshyn Musical Direction/Supervision
James Dehr Sound/Sound Designer
David Hillary Producer
Peter Lopez Score Composer
Shannon Makhanian Casting
Danny Minnick Cinematographer
Timothy Wayne Peternel Producer
Gil Reavill Screenwriter
Robert Hall Makeup Special Effects
Eliot Rockett Cinematographer
Eric Saks Screenwriter
Tom Sanders Editor
Ash R. Shah Executive Producer
Sundip R. Shah Executive Producer
Tony Stabley Production Designer
Tierre Turner Co-producer
Miklos Wright Editor
Johnny Wujek Costumes/Costume Designer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Dirty
1. Start [7:10]
2. Just Get Through the Day [6:38]
3. Elite Opportunity [10:14]
4. Coming Up Together [6:27]
5. One Job Leads to Another [7:17]
6. Taking Charge [9:13]
7. All Sinking Like Rats [8:08]
8. Hunters and Hunted [7:32]
9. Punishment & Betrayals [4:11]
10. Lessons in Loyalty [4:53]
11. "It's Never Over" [4:44]
12. Seeing Clearly...When Dead [9:53]

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Dirty 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Cuba Gooding is awesome -- funny, reckless, out of his mind. His best role in years. But Clifton Collins is the heart of this movie. He manages to show you what he's thinking and feeling without overacting. Look for a cool turn by Wyclef Jean of the Fugees, and Taboo of the Black-Eyed Peas. At the end, this guy Robert LaSardo waltzes in and steals the movie. Best low-budget action film I've seen in ages.