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True Romance 4K 1993 DC Ultra HD 2160p

True Romance 4K 1993 DC Ultra HD 2160p
Country: USA | France
Time: 119 min
IMDB: 7.9
Director: Tony Scott
Actors: Christian Slater, Patricia Arquette, Dennis Hopper, Val Kilmer, Gary Oldman, Brad Pitt, Christopher Walken, Bronson Pinchot, Samuel L. Jackson, Michael Rapaport, Saul Rubinek, Conchata Ferrell, James Gandolfini, Anna Thomson, Victor Argo, Paul Bates, Chris Penn, Tom Sizemore.

Story Movie

True Romance 4K 1993 DC Ultra HD 2160p
Clarence Worley and Alabama Whitman met and spent the night together. Alabama admitted that she is taking her first steps in the difficult field of "call-girl", that is, "call girl". Clarence Worley was not a superman, however, having "visited" a pimp in Alabama, he left behind two corpses - a pimp and his bodyguard ...

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At the age of 16, Quentin Tarantino worked as a 'guide' in a porno cinema. Influenced by this work, he wrote his first screenplay, Captain Fluffy Peach and the Bandit Sprat. At 21, he starts working in a video rental salon. At 29 he removes "Reservoir Dogs", at 31 - "Pulp Fiction". Further, I think you already know. The American dream as it is, you must agree.

The script for "True Love" was written by Tarantino at the age of 25 and is largely a reflection of Quentin's own life, interests and dreams. The main character of the picture, Clarence, like Tarantino, works in a rental store. He watches cheap kung fu action movies, reads comics, eats fast food, lives without thinking about the future. Tarantino himself speaks about this period of his life as follows: “After spending 4 years there [by the way, Clarence has been working in video distribution for 4 years], you formally have to start an adult life - but in reality you are trying to stay in this free zone. know everyone in the market. You meet the girls who work there, you make friends with customers, and you drink beer together after work. You go to the cinema together and everything goes better than ever. " So, according to Tarantino, many of his peers lived. I must admit, quite a vegetable way of being. And "True Love" is the cry of a young romantic who wants to diversify his measured life.

The original title of the film “True romance”, in my opinion, should be translated not as “True love”, but as “True romance”. And then everything that happens becomes more understandable. Agree, it's really romantic: a simple guy meets an incredibly beautiful woman who turns out to be a call girl. They marry each other, after which the guy decides to take revenge on his wife's former employer and at the same time take her things. But here's the bad luck - instead of her things, he brings home a full suitcase of cocaine, the owners of which immediately chased the desperate couple. If you are wondering how to marry a former prostitute, steal half a million dollars of cocaine from the mafia and still stay alive, check out True Love, a visual aid for everyone who wants to diversify their lives.

Interestingly, Quentin was offered to film True Love himself, but he refused. “I had no desire to make either one or the other film [we are talking about“ Natural Born Killers ”and“ True Love ”], since each of these scripts was written with the expectation that this would be my first film, and by that time I have already directed my first film [Reservoir Dogs]. I didn't want to go back to old stuff. I thought of them as old girlfriends - I loved them, but I didn't want to marry them. " As a result, Tony Scott took over the production of the film. As Tarantino described the resulting painting, "this is my world through the eyes of Tony Scott." It was he who introduced the linear narrative - Tarantino presented events in a more cunning manner (I wonder when he goes somewhere, he also prefers winding paths to a straight highway?). First, the viewer was supposed to see the scene with Elvis, "after Drexl [Harry Oldman] killed his friends, then there was an episode with Clarence [Christian Slater] and Alabama [Patricia Arquette] at his father's house." And only after that the viewer found out how it all happened.

Tarantino loves to work according to the logic "first answers, then questions", a striking example of which is "Once in America" ​​by Sergio Leone. His conceived "True Love", as well as "Reservoir Dogs", and to some extent "Pulp Fiction" and "Kill Bill" have a common approach: at first we, the audience, keep in the dark and just get to know the characters. At the same time, the heroes clearly know more than us. After, in the "second" part, we begin to understand what is happening and can already follow the heroes. And in the "third" part we already know more heroes, and thus we are, as it were, "ahead" of them. We know what will happen to the heroes next, but they do not yet. This style of storytelling is Tarantino's calling card, making watching his films a real pleasure.

What else do we see Tarantinovsky in Scott's "True Love"? A wild combination of violence and humor. As soon as you start laughing heartily, Tarantino pours you a wave of brutal, realistic violence. Moreover, this is not the refined violence of militants, which can be watched in unlimited quantities, without any sympathy for the character. It is violence that will make you shudder. Violence hurts, and don't be under any illusion about it. And now you are already serious from the abundance of blood, like - bam! - and you start laughing again, because it is impossible to look at what is happening on the screen without laughing. By the way, if you love Happy Ends, thank Tony Scott for ending True Love. This is the only part that he rewrote. Tarantino wanted to kill his hero. However, during the shooting, Scott was imbued with such sympathy for the characters that he could not do this, although he shot both versions of the ending of the film - optimistic (his own) and pessimistic (Tarantino's).

In conclusion, I would like to note the excellent performance of Harry Oldman and Christopher Walken. Great, especially Oldman. It's a shame that his character lived so little screen time. The film is undoubtedly a must-see for all fans of Quentin Tarantino's work, and just for lovers of good cinema. Of course, if you are not embarrassed by not too intellectual dialogues and frank earthiness of what is happening. After all, Tarantino is a child of pop culture. He makes simple films with simple characters so that ordinary people can understand them. I think this contributed a lot to his subsequent popularity.


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Aspect ratio: 2.39:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

English: DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
English: Dolby Digital 5.1
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