Video Details

Title: GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS (Jack Lemmon, Al Pacino)
Title AKA:/aka/ Glengarry GlenRoss

OUR PRICE: $37.50

Year: 1992 / DVD / 100 mins

Director: James Foley, David Mamet (Wrote)

Jack Lemmon, Al Pacino, Ed Harris, Kevin Spacey, Alec Baldwin, Alan Arkin, Jonathan Pryce, Bruce Altman, Jude Ciccolella, Paul Butler, Lori Tan Chinn

Video Notes:
Times are tough in a Chicago office; the salesmen (Shelley Levene, Ricky Roma, Dave Moss, and George Aaronow) are given a strong incentive by Blake to succeed in a sales contest. The prizes? First prize is a Cadillac Eldorado, second prize is a set of steak knives, third prize is the sack! There is no room for losers in this dramatically masculine world; only "closers" will get the good sales leads. There is a lot of pressure to succeed, so a robbery is committed which has unforseen consequences for all the characters. Academy Award Nomination for Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Pacino). DVD FEATURES : Full Frame - 1.33; Widescreen - 1.85; Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1 - English; Dolby Surround - English; DTS Surround 5.1 - English; Additional Release Material: Audio Commentary - 1. James Foley - Director; Production Interviews - 1. Cast & Crew; Documentary - SOME OF THE GREATEST REAL-ESTATE SCAMS IN U.S. HISTORY; Interactive Features: Interactive Menus; Text/Photo Galleries: Production Notes; Biographies - 1. Cast & Crew. "David Mamet's award-winning play about a group of desperate real estate agents comes to the big screen from director James Foley. In a role created specifically for the movie, Alec Baldwin appears as a sales motivator, informing the group of hard-luck salesmen that they must compete in a sales contest where the losers will be fired. The agents work their same tired leads, until one hatches a scheme to burglarize the office, steal the leads, and sell them to a rival. Featuring a cast that includes Al Pacino as the office's sales leader, Jack Lemmon as an elderly loser, Alan Arkin and Ed Harris as frustrated salesmen, Kevin Spacey as the harassed office manager, and Jonathan Pryce as a client, Glengarry Glen Ross is, at its core, a character study about a group of men whose time has passed." Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide