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The Social Network 4K 2010 Ultra HD 2160p

Country: USA
Genre: Drama
IMDB: 7.7
Producer: David Fincher
Cast: Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield, Justin Timberlake, Rooney Mara, Bryan Barter, Dustin Fitzsimons, Joseph Mazzello, Patrick Mapel, Toby Meuli, Alecia Svensen, Jami Owen, James Dastoli, Robert Dastoli, Scotty Crowe, Jayk Gallagher, Marcella Lentz-Pope, Trevor Wright, Barry Livingston.
The Social Network 4K 2010 Ultra HD 2160p

The story of the creation of the main social network of the world Facebook and its founder Mark Zuckerberg (Eisenberg), who began working on the project while still a student at Harvard.

The Social Network 4K Review
David Fincher's new film is, first and foremost, a story about a paradox. The film tells the story of the invention of Facebook, one of the pioneering tools in the field of the Internet, which united the whole world, quarreled five friends and made its creator - 26-year-old former Harvard student Mark Zuckerberg - the youngest billionaire of recent decades.

Starring Jesse Eisenberg is as great as our conflicted genius, an emotionally isolated social exile with an unpredictable array of motivations and attachments. Zuckerberg is launching the site for a variety of reasons: partly out of anger at the world around it, partly because of sports interest, and partly simply because it's "cool." The idea itself and its implementation may seem spontaneous and spontaneous, but the actual course of events hints at a clear calculation and a well-thought-out business plan.

The strengths of The Social Network become apparent from the first shots, especially in the scene before the opening credits, where Zuckerberg is talking in a bar with his ex-girlfriend Erica (Mara) at five minutes before: the sonorous, tough dialogues of the scriptwriter Aaron Sorkin are gaining strength here and do not soften until the very end. It's the same with Fincher's direction: comparatively restrained (with the exception of the dynamic, heady regatta scene), it strives for transparency, although it does not weaken for a minute. The color palette plays a role: warm, sunny in places, staying cozy even in the dark, it maneuvers between two tangled chains of events and two isolated legal battles.

Outside of the stream of incessant discussions, not so much happens in the film: not a single death, not a single murder, and all Zuckerberg's legal scrapes are unlikely to pull even an extra paragraph for his meager Wikipedia page. What attracted 49-year-old Sorkin and 48-year-old Fincher in this not very detailed story? After watching, there is a strong feeling that the "Social Network" is a portrait of our time, and understatement in this case is an important artistic device. Just twenty years ago, Wall Street was doing roughly the same thing, only on a larger scale - with cosmic egos and big things. Now that daily solvency has become even higher, policy is no longer implemented at board meetings, but in sandboxes.

Zuckerberg wants to be special, wants to be the center of attention. Severin (Garfield) is wounded that his best friend has a new best friend (Timberlake) and now he has no one to play with. The Winklevoss (Hammer and Pence), meanwhile, stamp their feet: who said that the rich, the beautiful and the athletic can't be smart? (This line especially amuses Fincher.) If so desired, The Social Network could have made a black comedy.

Zuckerberg is obsessed with the idea of ​​popularity and leadership, but what is more about his business - positive or negative? And what are the social consequences of his invention? Is he a swindler? Or a cunning manipulator? Fincher and Sorkin will never close a book if there is even the slightest hint of something like this in it. But you don't even need it here: in their version of the story, it doesn't matter at all.

"How does it feel to feel beautiful?" - asks in The Beatles' song “Baby You’re A Rich Man”, leading up to the credits. The hero doesn't know. The film suggests the answer. Zuckerberg is a member of a lost online generation that has little sense of beauty and even less about feelings.

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

Audio
English: Dolby Atmos
English: Dolby Digital 5.1

Subtitles
English SDH, Arabic, Mandarin (Simplified), Mandarin (Traditional), Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Portuguese(Brazil), Romanian, Spanish,Swedish.

File size: 8.2 GB


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