Show Me the Dirty!

Dirty” arrives on DVD April 4th from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.

Cuba Gooding, Jr. stars in this hard-edged story of a gangbanger turned cop who is forced to choose between his conscience and his loyalty to the code of blue all in the course of one day.

Having been a gangbanger from the age of ten, Armando Sancho (Clifton Collins, Jr.) always found acceptance in being a part of a group. The only thing better than being king of the street? Becoming a gangster with a badge.

Recruited into an undercover, rogue anti-gang unit of the LAPD at only 28 years old, Sancho brings his street smarts into the force that he swore to protect.

But the line between loyalty and protection becomes blurred when one night on a routine investigation, Sancho’s partner Salim (Gooding) kills an innocent man. Unable to deal with his partner’s actions and haunted by his conscience, Sancho agrees to testify against his superiors regarding the ongoing criminal enterprises of his squad in exchange for immunity for the murder.

As the hours wear on, Sancho’s resolve begins to fade. The IA agents inform him his deal is off unless he can also bring in his partner to corroborate his testimony. Faced with a seemingly impossible task, Sancho realizes for the first time the enormity of the decision he has made.

Special features on the “Dirty” DVD will include commentary with writer/director Chris Fisher and director of photography Eliot Rockett, deleted scenes, a “Gettin’ Dirty” premiere featurette as well as a skateboarding/breakdancing featurette, plus a “Chump” music video by Oh No.

The film will be presented in anamorphic widescreen (1.85:1) with audio available in English (Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround), French, Japanese and Thai, along with (optional) French, Spanish and Chinese subtitles.

SRP will be $24.96 and this will be a title with a limited theatrical release (scheduled for 2/24) and potentially limited home video appeal; we expect it to sell for very close to its list price.