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Get Carter 4K 1971 Ultra HD 2160p

Get Carter 4K 1971 Ultra HD 2160p
Country: UK
Time: 107 min
IMDB: 7.4
Director: Mike Hodges
Actors: Michael Caine, Ian Hendry, Britt Ekland, John Osborne, Tony Beckley, George Sewell, Geraldine Moffat, Dorothy White, Rosemarie Dunham, Petra Markham, Alun Armstrong, Bryan Mosley, Glynn Edwards, Bernard Hepton, Terence Rigby, John Bindon, Godfrey Quigley, Kevin Brennan.

Story Movie

Get Carter 4K 1971 Ultra HD 2160p
London gangster Jack Carter arrives in his native Newcastle, in the north of England, for the funeral of his brother Frank. According to the police, the brother had been drinking heavily and was involved in a car accident. Carter, however, believes his brother was murdered and begins his own investigation. Almost immediately he meets a harsh rebuff from the local mafia, who want to either send him back to London or take Carter out.

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A dull social afternoon is overshadowed by an unscheduled visit to a British backwater, due to the death of a host who was listed as Jack Carter's sibling--a visitor who is full of debauchery and evil, cruel and cynical, a murderer and unseemly. After celebrating the end of the funeral with a pint of dark, Jack is doomed to go out on the warpath, crossing the endless 'post-industrial' hell of a quiet town overflowing with drugs, rats and child pornography, he knows that if he chose the path of revenge, dig two graves.

However, doom is not hidden in the eyes of the cruel and brave Jack, this role is assigned to the weather, which by permanent rains and cold winds does not portend tragedy, but directly declares that a miracle will not happen. While the unconvincing and boring villains peacefully chase the bald guy at poker while entertaining himself with child pornography, Jack Carter hurriedly gets to them without wasting words or music, leaving his famous sense of humor for the finale, coldly and without unnecessary celebration, destroying the little whores and dirty hexenbiests who happen to have been involved in the tragedy, but who were therefore not given an indulgence, and, on the contrary, were drowned, stabbed, thrown off the roof.

Even though, for all its merits in the apt description of everyday life in the English provinces of that time, "Get Carter" is not a film for domestic use, because apart from problems of purely national character, one also hears odes to human amorphousness and indifference, when for the sake of reaction one should hit with a bat to the head or lay a couple of stray souls. What John Doe was talking about years later in Fincher Seven, Jack Carter puts into practice, creating for himself a weighty handicap against his opponents, and total freedom before the law, who do not care at all about the mayhem going on in the city. But despite the drug-infused drone, a town that is forever shrouded in a murky haze of fog, it is clear that Jack will do exactly what he is allowed to do.

The story of thwarted revenge coldly and indifferently told by Hodges is beautiful in its cold-bloodedness and indifference, when there are no funeral services for the deceased heroes, and heroes not even for one hand, the same Carter - a hero exclusively by context and his good intentions, in fact turns out to be as villainous as those who will fall by his knife. But we cannot say that Jack won the war because he only won the battle. After all, in place of those, others will come, who will also not think about nuclear bombs, quietly spending their dirty and useless age watching all kinds of nastiness, mixed with alcohol. And one day the stars will align again so that another person will revolt against the system, which is expressed not only by gray cardinals, but also by personalities far less unpleasant and untalented. And worse has already happened. And there will be more.

Was it worth it? Worth it, even though Jack's last hours were like the last hours of a terminally ill man who everyone is cheering with fictional news of a speedy recovery. The ending is a bit predictable, but it was worth it to ruin and destroy everything for those few seconds of thwarted and doomed but triumphant laughter before the sting of an already dead bee set the record straight.


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Codec: HEVC / H.265 (89.7 Mb/s)
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision, HDR10
Original aspect ratio: 1.85:1

English: LPCM 1.0
English: Dolby Digital 2.0
English: Dolby Digital 2.0
English: Dolby Digital 1.0

English SDH.


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