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Okja 4K 2017 Ultra HD 2160p

Okja 4K 2017 Ultra HD 2160p
BDRemux / BDRip
Country: USA
Time: 120 min
IMDB: 7.3
Director: Bong Joon Ho
Actors: Tilda Swinton, Paul Dano, Seo-hyun Ahn, Jake Gyllenhaal, Sheena Kamal, Michael Mitton, Colm Hill, Kathryn Kirkpatrick, Jose Carias, Giancarlo Esposito, Nancy Amelia Bell, Lee Jeong-eun, Byun Hee-Bong, Jaein Kim, Je-mun Yun, Shirley Henderson, Hee-Seo Choi, Jiwoong Jang.

Story Movie

Okja 4K 2017 Ultra HD 2160p
The Mirando Corporation created unusual piglets and distributed them to farmers around the world. For ten years the giant experimental pig, Occha, was the best friend of the girl Mi-ja, they lived peacefully in the South Korean mountains and took care of each other. But one terrible day, the friends' idyllic life was interrupted - a corporation took their property. Bitchy CEO Lucy Mirando has her own, not the most humane, plans for the unusual beast. Of course, the brave girl won't abandon her friend in trouble, and Mi-ja sets out to save Okcha, but the world turns out to be a lot crazier than she ever imagined.

Review 4K Movie

'Occia', suddenly for me, turned out to be a real diamond, or rather a gem of a movie this summer. Suddenly, because behind the scandal surrounding Netflix and the Cannes Film Festival, it was hard to see what was to come, and given how scandals are often used to promote movies that are not of the best quality, there was even doubt. Director Bong Joon-ho's previous film, 'Through the Snow', although many liked it, was not to my liking. But fortunately for me, 'Okcha' came out very different. And this was clear from the very first sequence.

I'll start with the great thing about it - there's a perfect balance of everything in this wonderful Netflix picture about the relationship between a girl and an unusual pig (OK, OK, super pig) and how they protect each other and fight the rest of the world to be together. Humor, action, emotion, darkness, lightness--everything is exactly as much as it needs to be, and where it needs to be. At times I was even struck by the director's agility. It was evident that he was truly inspired to tell this story, and that's no surprise, because it deserves it.

It's been a few days since I've seen this movie, and I'll describe my impressions this way: I don't remember its music, I don't remember all the details of the plot, but I remember that it was an absolutely haunting, enjoyable, fascinating and touching spectacle. Thanks in large part to the acting, which is much better here than in the same 'Through the Snow'. And it would be a crime to single out anyone, because there is a real ensemble of actors - everyone is like each other. But of course, I would especially like to highlight the incredible young actress Ahn So-hyun. Truly few kids have been able to impress me with their acting in movies, the last time it happened, I think, was in 'Interstellar' in 2014. And now Ahn solemnly takes over the laurels of Mackenzie Foy. But unlike Mackenzie, who had a live Matthew McConaughey on set, Ahn was required to play a love interest in a computer character. A character that doesn't exist in reality -- a super pig who was then finished off in post-production. And how she lived through everything that was shown in the film, felt it - is worthy of all the praise. She touched my heart.

Separately, I would like to say thank you to ALL those involved in the making of Occhi herself. Such a truly lively character is still to be found. You know, when master craftsmen take on the job, truly inspired by what they do, what they have to create on the screen, and with the help of a good director, they can do wonders. We've already seen this with Smaug in 'The Hobbit', although he was realized not without the help of a fully alive Benedict Cumberbatch, and Occhu was drawn from scratch, animated from scratch... and as a result, I didn't feel any difference on screen between the live actors and her, which helped a lot in getting the right feel for this movie.

Paul Dano and his brave crew of Daniel Henshall, Stephen Ian, Lily Collins (looking surprisingly organic here) and Devon Bostick, if I listed them all correctly, all played very well, and how well their crew is scripted. At first they caused a kind of mistrust for their 'bravura', correctness, especially after how terrible they made us look in front of the city population as opposed to a peaceful village, and an inept writer probably would have taken the chance and made them a gang of bandits, issuing 'unexpected' plot twist. But not these screenwriters, who should be celebrated for a movie like this as it is. Jake Gyllenhaal played an ambiguous character, though, again, typically Asian. Glasses and a hospital gown mixed in with... shorts. And during the movie I couldn't stop wondering: why is it like that? But eventually I found a reason for that, too, thinking about what the character went through after his triumph and fame. Tilda Swinton played quite a familiar character, if you know what I'm talking about. And you do. But here she was able to give a twist to her image, again, not without the help of the writers and the actions and lines they bestowed upon her. The grandfather of the main character was also touching with his care for her and helplessness The golden pig alone... and how it helped the girl later in life. It was truly one of the best moments of the movie, although there were plenty of awesome scenes.

All in all, this is a movie in which everything is great. Even the unusual 'villainess' and the whole situation with the twins in general, which might have been a minus if the film itself had failed, can now be put on the plus side - it gives the picture some extra zest. And non-linearity. And surprising moments. I had a lot of fun watching this movie throughout its entire length, and I never once looked at the clock. I knew there would be many more surprises and touching moments ahead. Believe me, this picture is worthy of your attention.

Mediainfo

movie BDRemux Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265 (70.4 Mb/s)
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision, HDR10
Aspect ratio: 2.39:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

Audio
English: Dolby TrueHD with Dolby Atmos 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: Dolby Digital 5.1

Subtitles
English, English SDH.

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