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The Last Detail 4K 1973 Ultra HD 2160p

The Last Detail 4K 1973 Ultra HD 2160p
Genre: Comedy 4K , Drama 4K
Country: USA
Time: 104 min
IMDB: 7.5
Director: Hal Ashby
Actors: Jack Nicholson, Randy Quaid, Otis Young, Clifton James, Carol Kane, Michael Moriarty, Luana Anders, Kathleen Miller, Nancy Allen, Gerry Salsberg, Don McGovern, Patricia Hamilton, Michael Chapman, Jim Henshaw, Derek McGrath, Gilda Radner, Jim Horn, John Castellano.

Story Movie

The Last Detail 4K 1973 Ultra HD 2160p
Two Navy officers, Billy Buddasky and Mulhall "The Mule," are assigned to deliver petty thief Larry Meadows to a Boston jail. Along the way, they learn that Larry, 18, received eight years in prison for trying to steal $40 from a donation box. Deeply sympathetic to their "ward," who has not had time to enjoy all the joys of life, Baddasky and Mulhall decide to cheer the boy up and give him an unforgettable holiday...

Review 4K Movie

The two cult films "Harold and Maude" and "Being There", made in the seventies, director Hal Ashby, in between, makes a no less remarkable and very touching film called "The Last Outfit".

A film in which all facets of the acting talent shone through by a young Jack Nicholson can't help but like it. This is a road movie, and a bitter drama in one bottle, filmed very talented, without any cinematic frills, but getting through to the bone. The "Outfit" is based on the novel of the same name by Darryl Ponixen, and it has to be said that "Chinatown" screenwriter Robert Tawney did a wonderful job adapting it - the action in the movie hardly sags, and the dialogues are written at such a high level that you involuntarily get involved in the story from the first minutes of viewing.

The motion picture tells the story of two non-commissioned naval officers, Billy Buddasky and Mulhall "The Mule", who are given the task by the high command to escort a sailor by the name of Meadows, caught in a petty theft, to Portsmouth prison. To the task our heroes are not that happy, but they take it grudgingly - it would be better for them to chase a bum on the base, and here the long trip is planned, in the company of the unknown person with the obvious inclinations of a kleptomaniac, stealing all sorts of things.

The kleptomaniac is played by a young Randy Quaid, an Oscar nominee for the role. His character is sentenced to eight years in prison for trying to steal a measly $40 from the Army treasury, which he didn't even have time to spend. He should have been given the proper treatment, not thrown into prison, which he, well, is not adapted to.

On the road, on top of everything else, it turns out that the boy is also "green": he has never been with a woman, never drunk alcohol, never got into a fight. Being "guys with a conscience", Baddaschi and Mulhall decide to cheer up the sullen sailor somehow, and organize for him a real "tourist picnic" - "Heineken" will be pouring, scuffles will happen almost at every step, and a visit to a brothel is taken for granted.

Not a bad pastime for an 18-year-old kid with a lot of jail time ahead of him. Baddusky tries to reassure Meadows from the beginning, like "good behavior will get him out in six years. But even so, what difference does it make? His youth is ruined, time cannot be turned back. Keeping a certain distance from the prisoner for a while, Mulhall, a black man, gradually takes pity on the salopet, just like Baddaski, and now the three of them are having a beer in a motel room, bellyaching with laughter.

Planned originally as a "prisoner extradition for two days," it ends up being almost a week-long tour of Washington, D.C., and Boston. And the officers not rushing back to base are understandable - the brass has allotted exactly one week for the trip, the per diem is running. Why not use the temporary vacuum to your advantage. No one will know anything anyway. However, the latter point hardly worries the "escorts" - it is not the pity of letting the prisoner go free and not to be court-martialed.

"The Last Attire" starts out as "just another movie about men in uniform", but before you know it you find yourself on a whole other level of meaning, where the beautiful shots of road from the "Taxi Driver" cameraman are joined by a sort of "fatherly crap" from the older generation to the younger one, because, in fact, this story is primarily about growing up and character formation. And, of course, the film was a career benefit for Jack Nicholson, who is just devilishly good here.


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Codec: HEVC / H.265 (82.7 Mb/s)
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision, HDR10
Aspect ratio: 1.85:1
Original aspect ratio: 1.85:1

English: DTS-HD Master Audio Mono (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: Dolby Digital 2.0

English SDH.


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