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SLC Punk 4K 1998 Ultra HD 2160p

SLC Punk 4K 1998 Ultra HD 2160p
BDRemux
Country: USA
Time: 97 min
IMDB: 7.4
Director: James Merendino
Actors: Matthew Lillard, Michael A. Goorjian, Annabeth Gish, Jennifer Lien, Christopher McDonald, Devon Sawa, Jason Segel, Adam Pascal, Til Schweiger, James Duval, Summer Phoenix, Chiara Barzini, Kevin Breznahan, Christina Karras, Russell Peacock, Christopher Ogden, Francis Capra, McNally Sagal.

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SLC Punk 4K 1998 Ultra HD 2160p
If you grew up in America, it's in your blood to rebel against the world. And if you're Stevo, and you live in the Reagan era in Salt Lake City, then... your rebelliousness is a little stronger. Peace is his enemy, anarchy is his religion. You embark on an exciting journey through his life, and along the way you meet punks, posers, mods, freaks, junkies and other personalities. Stevo's father, a former hippie, thinks his life is going to waste and convinces his son to go to Harvard Law School, which he himself graduated from. But Stevo, beneath a seemingly impenetrable armor of Mohawk, earrings, and leather, has many thoughts lurking. This begs the question: how do you maintain your individuality and live in society?

Review 4K Movie

One of the few films I think about subculture that is worth watching. Before I give my opinion of the film itself, I'll take the liberty of a little lyrical digression on the subject.

When making films about a subculture, there are a couple of prerequisites:

-the filmmaker must know. what the subculture is like on its own;
-The filmmaker must ultimately be aware of the subculture;
-and, accordingly, try to break down all the stereotypes with which a person who is in a subculture unthinkingly and without regard for himself or herself is constrained.

Well, that's what's here.

The way of growing up. School bench-first rock band-immersion in subculture-stereotypes-stereotypes-stereotypes-internal-stereotypes-compliance with those stereotypes-breaking yourself-true search for yourself-consciousness-finish.

A well-written movie that really shows the subculture, really from the inside, really without stereotypes. Without stereotypes why, because the people are shown differently, everyone, although in the box of his self-definition as a punk - a personality, not all smoke, not all drink, not all shoot up and eat acid (although there are such, of course). Here he fights like crazy, but he's afraid of a regular medical needle and is strongly against drugs, and this guy looks like a nerd and studies great, but is always ready for a fight... There, you see, they're different. They are shown to be different. The director had to be familiar with the subculture to do that.

Moving on. The storyline.

Rock and roll. Ideas of anarchy in the air, a reason to have fun, music and cool people-psychos from his hangout. The world is imperfect, but at least he's having fun and he's willing to fight...

For what?
Fracture.
Doubt.
And here we go...

Loss of self. The second part is devoid of zeal and thoughtlessness, here Stevo's eyes will be opened to another side of life, his views, situations and points of view. The hardest part is letting go of the old things you've cherished and lived with, and embracing the new things that have long been born in your head, that pound in your head with hammers, that you see everywhere and everywhere... but you can't, because you swore to yourself that it would last forever, and that if you changed, you would give up, betray not just the idea, but yourself. Confusion in his head, and all around him are confirmations of his doubts, everywhere you look. Some of his friends go one by one into the 'real' world, the best friend falls in love and 'grows up', and someone rolls to the very bottom (and Stevo realizes that the very idea is to blame). Anarchy is not in the social system, anarchy of the mind and there is no future.

Finish as the beginning of the new.

It takes a strong push to realize what one has realized. requires a strong push. The push is received. And Stevo is still the same 'crazy punk', only with a future.

It is worth watching rather for those who are in a subculture (no matter what one) and those who are in any way interested in this phenomenon.

Mediainfo

movie BDRemux Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265 (71.4 Mb/s)
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision, HDR10
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

Audio
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 (48kHz, 16-bit)
English: Dolby Digital 5.1
English: Dolby Digital 2.0
Spanish: Dolby Digital 2.0

Subtitles
English, English SDH.

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