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The Meaning of Life 4K 1983 Ultra HD 2160p

The Meaning of Life 4K 1983 Ultra HD 2160p
Genre: Movies 4K , Comedy 4K
Country: UK
Time: 107 min
IMDB: 7.5
Director: Terry Jones, Terry Gilliam
Actors: John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, Graham Chapman, Michael Palin, Carol Cleveland, Simon Jones, Patricia Quinn, Judy Loe, Andrew MacLachlan, Mark Holmes, Valerie Whittington, Jennie Franks, Imogen Bickford-Smith, Angela Mann, Peter Lovstrom, George Silver.

Story Movie

The Meaning of Life 4K 1983 Ultra HD 2160p
The picture consists of several short stories, which, according to their authors, should shed some light on the obscure question that torments any of us at different stages of our existence - "what is the meaning of life?

Review 4K Movie

What the Monty Pythons have not done in their creative lives. First they did probably the most spam British and spam smart spam nonsense imaginable, then they ran a pack of feral rabbits through the Knights of the Dinner Table, crucified poor Brian, did a lot of things on their own, and in 1983, apparently succumbing to the British trend, they began to search for the meaning of life. No, it wasn't. The meaning of life.

In general, "Life" by the Monty Pythons, even without getting to its "Meaning", is very bizarre and absurd. Here talking fish, unexpected surrealistic insertions and total hyperbole of everything possible are side by side with flipping and twisting of everyday situations, absurdization of commonplace and eternal underlying themes - in every word, in every joke. Everyone gets it: the Irish, the church, education, the army, heaven, hell - basically, all of human nature. Contrast and grotesque prevail over any other device. If people, they are unbelievably huge or incredibly thin; if actions, they are either too sensible or insanely stupid. Catholics, Protestants, Jews, Englishmen, laughter at the sad and seriousness at the unserious. That's the kind of "sense," that's the kind of modern-life.

The Pythons' main "weapon" in their research was, of course, satire. In other words, it would all be very sad if it weren't so funny: the Six raise and then mock very current problems in many branches of British life. Stereotypical schools for dutiful boys and girls are treated with lewdness and stupidity here: and the news just yesterday confirmed this for us. The army is forever marching down the platz, and the gulf between officers and soldiers is enormous. Reminiscent of something. Still, The Meaning of Life was hardly intended as a provocative statement about British society and human nature-it's more of a spin-off. The Pythons party, sing, pour buckets of vomit on each other's heads, cut out their livers, cut off their legs. Unrestrained fun for six... well, something about the high stuff.

What is invariable in old Monty is the constant flirting with the form, with the already established clichés and fundamentals of cinema. For example, right in the middle of the film, Michael Palin, disguised as a British television lady, will invite you into "The Middle of the Film," and at the end of the film into his "The End. The company has done this before - the sudden intermission at the end of "The Holy Grail", Gilliam's half-insane animated (now and not only) transitions, connected to the general canvas only conventionally... It's like the meaning of life, but they're all toys.

By and large, a lot of the Pythons' work is about answering eternal philosophical questions. Annoying people as a life goal, "Always look on the bright side" as a principle. They were right about that, life sometimes is shit (when you look at it), but what's the point of life after all? Four years before the film, this really stupid question had already been answered succinctly and aptly by another Briton: "42. Well, that's the question, that's the answer.


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Codec: HEVC / H.265 (64.4 Mb/s)
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
Original aspect ratio: 1.85:1

English: DTS:X 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: Dolby Digital 5.1
English: Dolby Digital 2.0
English: DTS Mono
French: DTS Mono
German: DTS 2.0
Italian: DTS 2.0
Japanese: DTS 5.1
Spanish: DTS 2.0 Mono

English SDH, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, Danish, Finnish, Korean, Mandarin (Traditional), Norwegian, Swedish.


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