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The Birds 4K 1963 Ultra HD 2160p

The Birds 4K 1963 Ultra HD 2160p
BDRemux
Country: USA
Time: 119 min
IMDB: 7.7
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Actors: Rod Taylor, Jessica Tandy, Suzanne Pleshette, Tippi Hedren, Veronica Cartwright, Ethel Griffies, Charles McGraw, Ruth McDevitt, Lonny Chapman, Joe Mantell, Doodles Weaver, Malcolm Atterbury, John McGovern, Karl Swenson, Richard Deacon.

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The Birds 4K 1963 Ultra HD 2160p
A classic film by A. Hitchcock, in which a terrifying picture of a bird attack on an American village is intertwined with the story of a love relationship between a young woman and a man she likes.

Review 4K Movie

Do you remember “There are only girls in jazz”? I am Josephine and you are Geraldine. Got it? Yes, of course, I'm not an idiot. A few seconds later - "Hello, I'm Daphne!" What the hell is Daphne, you're Geraldine. But I like Daphne better. A-hee-hee. It was a great movie.

So our beloved Alfred Hitchcock was attracted by Daphne. This is the third time Hitch has gone to Du Maurier (after Rebecca and Tavern Jamaica). Taking from her story the concept that birds attack people along the peninsula (I emphasize - the concept, he did not film the story itself as a carbon copy, do not confuse), the director produced something grandiose and unique. Read on - another masterpiece. At the very beginning - Hitchcock shows the blonde Melanie (beauty Tippy Hedren).

Such a socialite. Rich (dad is the owner of the newspaper), shameless, self-confident, brave, deceitful. Going to the bird shop, Melanie meets lawyer Mitch (Rod Taylor). Mitch remembers the playgirl (they crossed paths somehow in court), quickly dumps. The lady is literally going crazy - here's a pretzel! She finds out his address, buys lovebird parrots for Mitch's sister (check out the scene in the car, how they dangled from side to side, hee-hee, Hitchcock also humorous), rushes to him at breakneck speed.

Hitchcock masterfully prints your pug to the screen. Insanely interesting plot. Plus, he puts firewood in the stove. Thinking - why should desire necessarily come from a man? Hitchcock has a completely different situation. Mitch is cold to Melanie, but she is bursting with (the hero obviously touched the girl in the bird shop). She cannot forget him. It is worth noting - Hitchcock was never a vulgar director.

The blonde is even ready to jump into the boat and swim from one bank to the other on her own, oh my, just to impress Mitch. She is like a spy (once Hitchcock filmed about spies, yeah, we remember), she watches and smiles from afar. The coolest thing is that you yourself are pleased to watch all this feminine (so to speak) madness (the desire to talk to Mitch again). The magic of cinema. Heech's cinematic magic.

And when the hero of Rod Taylor openly declares to her - you are following me because you liked me. The blonde shrugs it off, lies recklessly, like nothing like that, came to her school friend. A-hee-hee, I love Hitchcock. How he magically painted female images (through the lens of the camera) - no one did that. I smile with all 32 teeth.

Later, Hitch will build (at least) two more female characters - the mother of the protagonist (Jessica Tandy) and the ex-girlfriend (Suzanne Pleshett). Amazing dialogues. Alfred's strong direction (an interesting detail - Hitch completely abandoned music, relied on background noise). And when you are completely imbued with history, Hitchcock breaks a wonderful melodrama (namely melodrama) for the sake of horror - the maestro releases the birds.

Hitchcock is so cool that he can change genre in one second. I got so carried away with the melodrama in the first half that I really forgot about the birds. Hitchcock hit the head with a hammer - Zombion, wake up, k-a-r-r-r. Birds attack everyone indiscriminately (adults, children). They can, the director allowed them. They peck, scratch, gouge out their eyes. I will single out the scene when the blonde smoked in front of the school, and birds slowly gathered behind her.

This is a classic that has influenced the entire cinema. In the 60s, people were in shock, now there is no such effect when watching, of course (although the final scene in the house, in all honesty, is rather unpleasant and tense). Let's discount time. Don't push Hitchcock into the 21st century, please. It is not his fault that he was born then.

His cinema is multifaceted (it seemed to me for a second that the birds kind of helped Melanie stay with Mitch, seriously, take a closer look) and evokes a lot of positive emotions. Delight!

Mediainfo

movie BDRemux Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
HDR: HDR10
Original aspect ratio: 1.85:1

Audio
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 Mono
German: DTS 2.0 Mono
Spanish: DTS 2.0 Mono
Italian: DTS 2.0

Subtitles
English SDH, German, Italian, Spanish.

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