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Family Plot 4K 1976 Ultra HD 2160p

Family Plot 4K 1976 Ultra HD 2160p
Genre: Comedy 4K , Drama 4K
Country: USA
Time: 120 min
IMDB: 6.8
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Actors: Karen Black, Bruce Dern, Barbara Harris, William Devane, Ed Lauter, Cathleen Nesbitt, Katherine Helmond, Warren J. Kemmerling, Edith Atwater, William Prince, Nicholas Colasanto, Marge Redmond, John Lehne, Charles Tyner, Alexander Lockwood, Martin West, Elisabeth Brooks, Carl Byrd.

Story Movie

Family Plot 4K 1976 Ultra HD 2160p
An elderly woman hires Blanche, a psychic with a tarnished reputation, and her boyfriend George -- she wants to find her nephew Arthur, who was given up for adoption as a child. The couple tries to track him down, now a grown man, in San Francisco. However, Arthur himself turns out to be a man with a dark past, implicated in murder and theft.

Review 4K Movie

An elderly lady named Julia Reinbert suffers from insomnia, and as soon as she falls asleep, she begins to have nightmares. Desperate, she goes to a psychic, a young girl named Blanche. The fact is that no pills will not help if the conscience is restless, and Julia has skeletons in her closet. Forty years ago Harriet, Julia's sister, gave birth to a child and immediately separated from him. Julia insisted that the illegitimate boy disappear from their home and their memories. But now the old woman wishes to find her nephew and provide him with money, for she admits that what she did was unchristian. Should Blanche find her missing relative, she will receive a reward of $10,000. It would seem to be a piece of cake for a psychic, but there is one problem. Blanche - quack, and information about clients to her friend, a cab driver. But for such money the pair agree to be Holmes and Watson - it is not necessary to dive into the astral every time you look for a person!

In parallel to the search for Blanche and Lumley, another storyline unfolds. A tall blonde woman with dark glasses who looks like Lady Gaga is being ransomed for a kidnapped rich man - a huge diamond. This is how Frances and her partner Arthur make their living: they kidnap people who are known to have a decent fortune and exchange them for diamonds. Arthur is a jeweler by trade, so he knows his way around stones, and besides, it's not that the police don't suspect him, they even ask for help. Frances is a little nervous - she is not at all comfortable with the role of Bonnie, and Arthur is far from Clyde. But the next case will definitely be her last, she tells herself, and that helps her calm down.

How will the two lines intertwine (and there can be no doubt that they will)? Knowing Hitchcock, one should expect some very non-trivial intricacies. Minute by minute, showing a fortune-teller and a taxi-driver, either up to their necks in an investigation or a diamond hunter, the master of suspense does what he does best - escalate the situation. Even when the disparate facts come together into a coherent picture, it doesn't get any easier to breathe: yes, we know everything now, but the family connections are in the past, and from now on we are interested in something else - who will win? Unpacking everything, as always, Hitchcock, however, tries not to drag out the action. "The Family Conspiracy" turned out to be much more dynamic than many of his other works: here, something happens all the time. And if it is necessary to dilute the action a little, Blanche is always on hand - her "communication sessions" are a hilarious spectacle. At times this lady becomes unnerving with her boundless infantilism, especially when her plucky friend Lumley tries to cope with driving a car without brakes, going down a serpentine road at breakneck speed, and she throws her legs over his head in terror. But in the end, she has to say goodbye to carelessness, and at the end of the film, Blanche even shows great courage...

If Hitchcock knew that this picture will be the last, he probably would have polished it better. But even in this form - it is quite a worthy conclusion to his career.


movie BDRemux Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265 (59.4 Mb/s)
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
Aspect ratio: 1.85:1
Original aspect ratio: 1.85:1

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

English SDH, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, Spanish (latino), Danish, Dutch, Norwegian, Swedish.


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