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Heat 4K 1995 Ultra HD 2160p

Heat 4K 1995 Ultra HD 2160p
Country: USA
Time: 171 min
IMDB: 8.3
Director: Michael Mann
Actors: Al Pacino, Robert De Niro, Val Kilmer, Jon Voight, Tom Sizemore, Diane Venora, Amy Brenneman, Ashley Judd, Mykelti Williamson, Wes Studi, Ted Levine, Dennis Haysbert, William Fichtner, Natalie Portman, Tom Noonan, Kevin Gage, Hank Azaria, Susan Traylor.

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Heat 4K 1995 Ultra HD 2160p
Neal McCauley is one of the best criminals in Los Angeles. He is up against the best detective Vincent Hanna. The two strongest teams go up against each other in a deadly battle.

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Michael Mann's outstanding criminal action film was released right in the middle of the 90s, offering the audience something new, something they had never seen before, namely a strong fusion of the depth of the best police dramas of the 60s-80s and the dynamics of the best action movies of the 90s. Although the smart action film genre itself has existed before, Mann's film immediately set new standards in the genre and to this day the picture stands apart like an athlete who set an eternal world record in his weight. "The Scramble" is a film with a duration unprecedented for an action film of almost three hours. Three hours that fly by almost imperceptibly. Most importantly, Mann was able to make the characters of his film more complex, tragic and multifaceted and it has made the film a modern classic.

The unique, multi-layered script of The Struggle was born on the crime streets and immigrant neighborhoods of Chicago, where the director himself grew up. The script was based on a confrontation between two real people--Chicago detective Chuck Adamson and talented criminal Neal McCauley. Thanks to Mann, the original script has grown numerous branches and plot threads, which in the end weave into a coherent whole. Broadly speaking, it is a story about people of the so-called "lower-mids" class trying to make a living, to make their way to the top by any means necessary. Mann moved the action to Los Angeles and, not yet so famous, in 1989 attempted to turn his script into a television movie called L.A. Takedown. According to the director, he used about 40 percent of the script in that TV movie, so "Takedown" can essentially be considered a feature in its own right.

"I do what I do best - I do things. And you do what you do best - try to stop guys like me" ©

Nominally "Heat" refers to films about the eternal confrontation between "law and order" and crime, but comparing Mann's work to the average film of the genre is like comparing a superprofessional to an amateur. "Scramble" is not just a crime movie. "The Scramble" is a game of chess on the streets of Los Angeles between two grandmasters, where white is played by homicide detective Lieutenant Vincent Hanna and the black pieces are moved by professional robber Neil McCauley. But by and large, the line between black and white in the picture is blurred. Mann deliberately maintains neutrality, not favoring either side. The director even emphasizes the similarity of irreconcilable opponents: both lead well-coordinated teams, both equally honest resolve their professional and personal problems, even think alike, because "to catch a thief, you have to think like him. Finally, both live by the laws of their world, only their world is different. The director's idea is to show how people who are similar in personality are forced to act on different sides of the barricades, forced to kill each other not of their own free will, but because life has turned out that way and because they know nothing else. That is the drama and the power of The Struggle. And exceptionally symbolic is the sincere parting handshake between the policeman and the criminal!

"You want to do business on the street, have no attachments, have nothing you can't give up in 30 seconds if you feel a chase around the corner" ©

The film's script drew famous actors like a magnet, including two incomparable luminaries, Al Pacino and Robert De Niro, who agreed to play roles immediately after reading it. In terms of the number of famous actors in one film, "The Clash" is very hard to beat. Especially impressive is the magnificent five burglars: "Professor" Neil McCawley (Robert De Niro), "player" Chris Shearleys (Val Kilmer), "dodger" Michael Cerrito (Tom Sizemore), "driver" Trejo (Danny Trejo) and "cowboy" Waingro (Kevin Gage)... The charismatic Robert De Niro has brought a lot to his role. He made us respect and even love his nominally negative character, made us empathize with him, gave him humanity and tragedy. And in the policeman Vince Hannah vividly expressed the so-called "Al Pacino style", his emotionality, gestures and manner of speaking. Al brilliantly embodied the image is not even a cop, and the hunter, for whom the meaning of life was to pick up the trail, track down the beast-criminal and catch him ... The elaborate phrases of the script, spoken by the masters of acting created a series of unforgettable scenes, the climax of which was a brilliant conversation between De Niro and Pacino heroes in a cafe.

The exceptional realism of The Struggle, achieved by the work of a large number of professionals, commands respect and admiration. The director devoted a great deal of time to the details, because that was the only way to achieve complete authenticity and truthfulness. His role played and advice from numerous consultants from the police and the "time" criminals, and 3 months of training actors at the range with live ammunition and real combat tactics, and joint visits with the police to real crime scenes, and visiting the famous prison Folsom, and participation in the filming of these experts, criminalists. In addition, the film, along with cameraman Dante Spinotti, offers a real tour of Los Angeles, because The Scramble was shot entirely on the streets of this metropolis without using sets, pavilions or fictional locations.

For all its depth and drama, "The Clash" remains a full-fledged action movie. Multiplied by its realism, the action scenes in "The Clash" have an indelible effect. The robbery of the money collectors and the bank robbery followed by the shootout in the city center have become the benchmark for all of Mann's subsequent crime thrillers. The words, the actions of the criminals, the police response - there is absolutely nothing to complain about, everything is so real, competent and clear. For the effect of presence in the street fight scene with the police Mann even left the original sound of gunshots, deafening echoing among the skyscrapers. All action scenes of "The Clash" are believable without a shadow of a doubt, even when four people are up against thirty, even when one is left against all.

The soundtrack of "The Clash" was created by composer Elliot Gondenthal in many ways by experimentation. The resulting tunes are avant-garde, gloomy, at times depressing, but at times powerful. Barely noticeable at first, the music of The Clash gradually begins to fill the viewer's ears and head, more and more immersing them in the dramatic story unfolding on the screen. The soundtrack is complemented by the dynamic drum rhythms and violin trills of The Kronos Quartet. And standing alone are two strong Moby compositions, perfectly suited to the style of "Heat".

In short, Heat is deep, multifaceted and multi-layered, it's real power and aesthetic beauty brought together. On the other hand, it is a unique style and a high level. Finally, "The Clash" is about struggle and feeling, it's just life.


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Codec: HEVC / H.265 (40.6 Mb/s)
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
Aspect ratio: 2.40:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: Dolby Digital 5.1
English: Dolby Digital 2.0
French: DTS 5.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
Spanish: Dolby Digital 2.0 (192kbps)
German: DTS 5.1
Italian: Dolby Digital 2.0
Japanese: Dolby Digital 2.0

English SDH, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish.


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