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Requiem for a Dream 4K 2000 Ultra HD 2160p

Country: USA
Genre: Drama
IMDB: 8.3
Producer: Darren Aronofsky
Cast: Ellen Burstyn, Jared Leto, Jennifer Connelly, Marlon Wayans, Christopher McDonald, Louise Lasser, Marcia Jean Kurtz, Janet Sarno, Suzanne Shepherd, Joanne Gordon, Charlotte Aronofsky, Mark Margolis, Michael Kaycheck, Jack O'Connell, Chas Mastin.
Requiem for a Dream 4K 2000 Ultra HD 2160p

Director Darren Aranofsky, who thundered all over the world with his debut low-budget "Pi" about crazy mathematics, continues to delve into the very essence of human life and consciousness. At that time, he chose drugs, drug addicts and their monstrously deformed inner world as the object of research for his camera. Pills, powders, but also televisions and weight loss aids can become luscious and addictive.

Cameras, alternating close-ups and fast-slow motion, which have become the director's trademark, create a unique pattern, each smallest detail of which plays a role in building a general picture of the existence of people experiencing painful attachments.

The film has received numerous awards from independent festivals and film critic communities. For the lead role in this film, Helen Burstyn was nominated for an Oscar.

Requiem for a Dream 4K Review
Sarah Goldfarb is a very elderly widow from the outskirts of New York, who sits with her friends on the blockade or watches the typical American show "I could - and you can, if you do as I do!" (quit drinking, become a TV star, build muscle, fuck Julia Roberts, get off the needle, etc.). At the same time, she dreams that one day, together with her son, she will appear on this field of miracles before the eyes of the whole of America. One day they call her from TV and say that they will soon be summoned to the shooting. Sarah goes to a nutritionist to lose weight, and he begins to stuff her with drugs that burn fat, but the roof goes, and the more Sarah loses weight and becomes more buggy, the more horrible she looks. The process of moving the roof down is eerily convincing thanks to the performance of Helen Burstyn (nominated for an Oscar in 2001 for Best Lead Actor) and the director's manipulation of the image, and the actress does not spare herself, and the director does not spare either her or the audience who has to watch it all ...

Meanwhile, Sarah's son Harry, who has long been on the needle, and his black boyfriend Tyrone are bugging about how they will get rich selling drugs. But things are getting worse, and now Harry's girlfriend Marion has nothing to put on, and she has to give a blowjob to a dirty (literally) black man for a dose.

In the final part of this cheerful film, Sarah ends up in an insane asylum, where she is prescribed electroshock, and Harry and Tyrone and their consciousness clouded from withdrawal go to Miami for drugs, having heard that with the foolishness there is complete communism - they give it on demand and for free. In the end, Sarah leaves the clinic worse than she was, Harry ends up in the hospital with gangrene from widening whatever, Tyrone goes to jail, and Marion pleases not just one scoundrel, but a whole bunch of scum.

There is no dispute, Darik Aronson (the lush "Darren Aronofsky" is simply translated) is a talented guy, but his new film is one hundred percent gross, where the material selected by the director is so dark that no art form lends itself to enlightenment. It is true that people are daydreaming and intoxicating themselves from inner emptiness, but for the sake of this trivial truth, it was not worth making a movie. In addition, it is completely incomprehensible where to find so many masochists to recoup this depressing story about the harmful effects of dreams and heroin on the human body.
"Requiem for a Dream"
Production: Darren Aronofsky based on the novel by Hubert Selby Jr.
Cast: Helen Burstyn (Sarah Goldfarb), Jared Leto (Harry), Jennifer Connelly (Marion), Marlon Wayens (Tyrone), Christopher MacDonald (Tappie), Louise Lesser (Ada), Sean Gallit (Arnold).

Info Blu-ray
Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision, HDR10
Aspect ratio: 1.85:1
Original aspect ratio: 1.85:1

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

Subtitles
English, English SDH, Spanish, German, Korean.

File size: 30.9 GB


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