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The Italian Job 4K 1969 Ultra HD 2160p

The Italian Job 4K 1969 Ultra HD 2160p
Genre: Action 4K , Comedy 4K
Country: USA | UK
Time: 99 min
IMDB: 7.2
Director: Peter Collinson
Actors: Michael Caine, Noël Coward, Benny Hill, Raf Vallone, Tony Beckley, Rossano Brazzi, Margaret Blye, Irene Handl, John Le Mesurier, Fred Emney, John Clive, Graham Payn, Michael Standing, Stanley Caine, Barry Cox, Harry Baird, George Innes, John Forgeham.

Story Movie

The Italian Job 4K 1969 Ultra HD 2160p
Immediately after his release from prison, Charlie Crocker devised an ingenious plan for a heist that would become the crime of the century. With the help of the king of the underworld, Mr. Bridger, Charlie assembles a stellar team of criminal professionals who seamlessly "pull it off. Charlie's gang in three "mini-copper" dashingly steals four million dollars right out from under the noses of the Turin carabinieri. But after Charlie begins to pursue the police and the mafia, he realizes that it turns out that "get away" with the money is much harder than getting it.

Review 4K Movie

English humor is as subtle as the first ice. Just as not everyone likes ice, so English comedies are not to everyone's liking.

The adventurous adventure comedy "The Italian Job" by the English director Peter Collinson has a very unique and enveloping charm, thanks to which the viewer is presented with an interesting, and most importantly, fascinating picture. The plot is simple and somewhat naive, even adjusted for age: a major heist of a gold van in Turin, Italy. It is clear that the case is not limited to a simple robbery, and in addition to the police, the Italian mafia - the Cosa Nostra - will put sticks in the wheels of the British. The triviality of the story is made up for with a spirit of adventurism, which is mixed with satire, mocking the whole Europe with their different ways of life from the British. From time to time, so as not to reproach the film for being too Anglo-oriented, the direction of the jokes changes trajectory and the British themselves are the objects of ridicule. And the themes covered by such humor, sometimes even though they touch upon rather intimate details, are presented so casually and elegantly that one might as well compare the film with a classic English aristocrat.

It should be noted that besides humor, the characters are very sophisticated and colorful, complemented by excellent acting. Michael Kane in the person of the main adventurer and leader of the "operation"; Benny Hill as an ingenious technician and, at the same time, a lover of extra-large ladies; Noel Cowlard as the imprisoned "Papa" of London. In short, all the actors are not acting, but living, believing in their alter egos.

"The Italian Job" can be seen as a typical representation of English nature in cinema. At first glance it is a very neat, mannerly man in a black, slightly outdated, tailscoat. His face gives off a certain arrogance, a disregard for all modern trends, which on closer acquaintance turns into an incorrect assumption, and the suavity and affectation he displays does not prevent him from showing ingenuity and cunning as necessary, supported by a good deal of mental acuity.


movie BDRemux Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265 (87.9 Mb/s)
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision, HDR10
Aspect ratio: 2.35:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.35:1

English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 Mono (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: Dolby Digital 5.1

English, English SDH.


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