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Le Cercle Rouge 4K 1970 FRENCH Ultra HD 2160p

Le Cercle Rouge 4K 1970 FRENCH Ultra HD 2160p
BDRemux
Country: France | Italy
Time: 134 min
IMDB: 8.0
Director: Jean-Pierre Melville
Actors: Alain Delon, Bourvil, Gian Maria Volonte, Yves Montand, Paul Crauchet, Paul Amiot, Pierre Collet, Andre Ekyan, Jean-Pierre Posier, Francois Perier, Yves Arcanel, Rene Berthier, Jean-Marc Boris, Jean Champion, Yvan Chiffre.

Story Movie

Le Cercle Rouge 4K 1970 FRENCH Ultra HD 2160p
Before the release of the well-known criminal Kore, one of the guards gives a "tip" to the robbery of a fashionable jewelry store on Place Vendome. Having freed himself, Kore goes to Paris, and on the way rescues the bandit Vogel, who escaped from surveillance, who was accompanied to the place of detention by Commissar Matei.

Two criminals, two lone wolves become loyal friends. They can do a lot, but not all. A sniper is needed to implement the plan. This is how Jensen, a former police officer, finds himself in the "red circle".

Theft of 2 billion francs worth of jewelry by the "old" is a huge success. But how long will she accompany the heroes if the cunning commissar Matei is following their trail ...

Review 4K Movie

A person born into the world is just a point. Forming as a person, acquiring habits, character traits and social status, each of us draws an imaginary circle around himself, limiting the sphere of communication to the radius of his own interests. People who have nothing to do with us either will not express a desire to get inside, or they will be denied access. Those who are close in spirit will be mutually attracted, whether they want it or not.

Obeying this pattern, three laconic men in hats and with weapons found themselves in the same company: the imposing robber Kore, who had just been released from prison (charming Delon), the textured bandit Vogel, who escaped from surveillance (the handsome man Volonte), and swiftly a drunken, but still well-aimed ex-policeman Jensen, miraculously surviving in a battle with the creatures of his own brain, struck by delirium tremens (elegant Montand). Their seemingly different paths of life suddenly crossed. The wolves huddled in a pack. A conscious kinship of souls prompted to strive for a common goal, which became a daring robbery of a jewelry store. This is Melville's first circle.

Nobody canceled the laws of the food chain. There must be a hunter for seasoned predators, so that the population does not grow uncontrollably. Obeying this need, the silent lonely commissioner Matei (charismatic Bourville) appears on the stage, thanks to his intelligence and professionalism, he realized: what for some is a circle of communication, for him is a ready circle of suspects. And after taking the trail and taking care of the bait, it remains only to overlay the beast from all sides, protecting its freedom with red flags. And wolves, after all, by their nature, no matter how dangerous and courageous, once they hit the red barriers, they are not able to jump over them, and hunted rush to the shot. This is Melville's second circle.

With close proximity to the laws of nature and realism, what is happening on the screen is only a part of the universe of the filmmaker himself and does not claim to be absolutely reliable. Using the unconditional rights of the demiurge, which the director, screenwriter and editor in one person is on the set, he turned the most ordinary crime drama into a philosophical existential thriller that dooms the viewer to believe that everything that happens to a person is predetermined. He mercilessly threw women out of the frame as distracting attention, and forced male characters to follow a ritual known only to him. He clearly placed musical accents and outlined the space. Perfectly calculated the timing, so that the robbery process itself seems to be happening in real time and absorbs attention completely. The fifty-three-year-old Frenchman left the viewer no choice but to be imbued with the author's key idea. This is Melville's third circle.

And we forgive him the epigraph invented and attributed to the Buddha, after all, in the self-created world there can be a self-created enlightened one. And we forgive him for the ill-considered actions of the heroes after the commission of a crime, because all this is for the sake of the intended assertion of the inviolability of fate. We forgive because it is beautiful. We forgive because it's exciting. We forgive because we have long been part of the huge circle of Melville fans.

Mediainfo

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

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

Subtitles
English, French SDH, German

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