Acclaimed director Martin Scorsese teams with Academy Award winner Liza Minnelli and Robert De Niro in this quintessential film about the New York jazz scene. Introducing the world-famous title song to popular culture - New York, New York is a sophisticated and stunning homage to the city that never sleeps. Jimmy is a smooth-talking, joint-jumpin' saxophonist aiming for Big Band stardom. Francine is a timid lounge singer who dreams of the spotlight. When they meet, sparks fly and temperatures rise - and when he plays and she sings, they set New York on fire! It's the beginning of a stormy relationship that will test their ability to balance their passion for jazz with their love for each other.
Bulgarian, Croatian, Danish, Dutch, English Hard of Hearing, Finnish, French, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, None, Norwegian, Portuguese, Slovenian, Spanish
Director Martin Scorsese's introduction to New York, New York
Audio Commentary by Director Martin Scorsese and Film Critic Carrie Rickey
"The New York, New York Stories" Part One - featurette
"The New York, New York Stories" Part Two - featurette
Liza On New York, New York - featurette
Director Martin Scorsese's Introduction to New York, New York
Commentary on Selected Scenes by Lazlo Kovacs, ASC
Alternate Takes and Deleted Scenes
Original Theatrical Trailer
This disc includes the main feature
This disc includes the following special features: - Audio Commentary by Director Martin Scorsese and Film Critic Carrie Rickey - "the New York, New York Stories" Part One - Featurette - "the New York, New York Stories" Part Two - Featurette - Liza On New York, New York - Featurette - Director Martin Scorsese's Introduction to New York, New York - Commentary On Selected Scenes by Lazlo Kovacs, Asc - Alternate Takes and Deleted Scenes - Alternate Ending - Photo Galleries - Storyboards - Teaser Trailer - Original Theatrical Trailer
really good story and acting, watch the short version tho!
- New York, New York review by CP Customer
we watched the long version which at 2.5hrs was too long - there is a short version option which i wish we'd picked. Really good story and music, and well acted with a few good laughs made it a good film. I'd have given it a 4 or 5 had i watched the short version :-D