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Whiplash 4K 2014 Ultra HD 2160p

Country: USA
Genre: Drama
IMDB: 8.5
Producer: Damien Chazelle
Cast: Miles Teller, J.K. Simmons, Paul Reiser, Melissa Benoist, Austin Stowell, Nate Lang, Chris Mulkey, Damon Gupton, Suanne Spoke, Max Kasch, Charlie Ian, Jayson Blair, Kofi Siriboe, Kavita Patil, C.J. Vana.
Whiplash 4K 2014 Ultra HD 2160p

Andrew dreams of becoming great. It would seem that his dream is about to come true. The young man is noticed by a real genius, the conductor of the best orchestra in the country. Andrew's desire for success quickly becomes an obsession, and his ruthless mentor continues to push him further and further - beyond human capabilities.

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A young student at the Conservatory, Andrew, day and night perfecting his drumming skills. Its goal is the most prestigious, successful and promising jazz orchestra, run by the insufferable leader Terence Fletcher. When luck finally smiles at the young man and the door to the world of great music opens before Andrew, the guy is unable to meet all the requirements of his new teacher. The demands of that turn out to be outrageous, exhausting, squeezing out all the juices. But only in this way, according to Fletcher, you can make a real star out of a promising artist.

After Chazelle's script was blacklisted in 2012, the director directed the 18-minute short film Obsession, which he presented at the Sundance Festival. Success there allowed Chazelle to shoot a full film in this scenario.
Hollywood loves overcoming movies. The hero's collision with an obstacle, the first doubt that he will be able to overcome himself and move on, preparation for taking the obstacle, labor victory - all these are parts of almost any American film. Sometimes this line is hidden deep inside, hiding under tons of computer effects or, conversely, under the bare nerves of some indie comedy. Sometimes directors do the simplest way - revealing the line of "obstacle-overcoming-victory" in a sports film. It seems that there is absolutely nothing to surprise here, but no, there are innovators on this well-trodden path, as in the case of "Obsession". And it is especially joyful in this case that such an innovator turned out to be a young director, in fact a debutant, in whose bright future I really want to believe.

Miles Teller has been playing drums since the age of 15, and uses an unusual, energetic way of working with sticks. On the set, he really knocked his hands into blood and covered more than one drum with it
What is so special about "Obsession" that everyone who has watched the film is enthusiastically praising it, every second puts it on the list of the best films of the year, and every third guarantees prizes to the leading actors? Perhaps the main thing is the denial of everything that we are used to believing in thinking about art in general and music in particular. Will talent always make its way? Nothing of the kind, mediocrity and slightly less talented colleagues will devour you, even if you are the Mozart of our days. Your family will always support you, and will romantic relationships inspire you? Forget it, your father will never understand your passion for bassoon or viola, and the girl will only take up time, energy and attention. Will you get into a prestigious school, class, orchestra and the whole world will be in the palm of your hand? Yeah, now. You will fight for every minute of being in the elite, but this does not guarantee you good luck, and luck does not guarantee that you will not be forgotten the next morning after your failure.

And yet, talents make their way, manage to learn, pass selections and competitions and turn into stars. Not in those stars who are played by the video channel with a monosyllabic song to a three-chord tune, but in real musicians, whose names remain in history, whose path in music is studied by descendants, whose skills are enjoyed even after their death. Where are they from? They step over the invisible line of their own capabilities and take off. This is exactly what the teacher Fletcher, the hero of the phenomenal role of J.K. Simmons, drummer Andrew came up to this very line - Miles Teller, who had grown up and gave out a fantastic nerve. This feature is practically tangible, it is saturated with the sweat of training (talent is nothing without constant practice), the blood of worn out fingers, the saliva of a young man hungry for glory. It is very close, at the distance of a four-minute melody, but overcoming it can remain only a dream.

How did the young director Damien Chazelle manage to do this? How could a 28-year-old boy catch up with such passions on the screen? Chazelle himself says that he had to go through something similar in his life, that someone urged him on, avoided the temptation to over praise. In response, the scriptwriter and director "raised" a sort of Tyler Durden from music - ready to humiliate, insult, ridicule, bring to tears, substitute, throw furniture, deceive, but make his students something more than just a nameless orchestra member sitting with his instrument. Fletcher raises Musicians, and not everyone can go his way.

Filled with fantastic musical stuffing, the film is full of such irrepressible energy, there is so much real passion and obsession in it in the most varied senses of the word that it permeates the viewer no worse than a powerful orchestral concert. "Obsession" scares, but whips up (it's not for nothing that the literal translation of the name is "Whip"), stimulates, but also hits in the hands of those who dream of a simple solution to all problems. Every minute of the picture is a fight, every note is a step, every beat of a drumstick is a push of blood through the veins. It's hard to imagine a livelier, more complex and adrenaline rush in this genre, so sit back, relax and get ready for the music. There will be Jazz to the last drop of blood.

Info Blu-ray
Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265
Resolution: Upscaled 4K (2160p)
HDR: HDR10
Aspect ratio: 2.40:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

Audio
English: Dolby Atmos
English: Dolby TrueHD 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: Dolby Digital
French: Dolby Digital
German: Dolby Digital

Subtitles
English, English SDH, Bulgarian, Chinese, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hindi, Hungarian, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish.

File size: 21.3 GB


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