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Last Night in Soho 4K 2021 Ultra HD 2160p

Last Night in Soho 4K 2021 Ultra HD 2160p
BDRemux / BDRip
Country: UK
Time: 116 min
IMDB: 7.2
Director: Edgar Wright
Actors: Thomasin McKenzie, Anya Taylor-Joy, Matt Smith, Diana Rigg, Aimee Cassettari, Rita Tushingham, Colin Mace, Michael Ajao, Synnove Karlsen, Jessie Mei Li, Kassius Nelson, Rebecca Harrod, Alan Mahon, Connor Calland, Pauline McLynn, Josh Zaré, Terence Stamp, Jacqui-Lee Pryce.

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Last Night in Soho 4K 2021 Ultra HD 2160p
Young provincial Eloise is crazy about the 1960s. She lived all her life with her grandmother, but now she is going to study in London as a fashion designer. Unable to adapt to the noisy life in the hostel, the girl moves to a more familiar environment - she rents a room that has not seen repairs for a long time from an elderly mistress. On the very first night in a new place, Eloise sees either a very realistic dream, or is really transferred to her favorite era in the form of a spectacular blonde who sets out to conquer the night Soho.

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In ancient times, on the site of modern Soho, there was an English village. In 1536, King Henry VIII ordered a hunting park to be set up on these lands. Thus began the history of the new London district. By the way, the origin of the name of the quarter is associated with the hunting call “so-ho”, issued by game beaters during the hunt.

Let's be clear right away. Here in the synopsis it is indicated that the main character named Ellie, once in London, suddenly meets her idol - the blonde singer Sandy. Yes, she meets an aspiring singer, but that's where the information came from that this is a whole idol for Ellie, a mystery of mysteries. In general, you have been warned, and now let's go! If we read somewhere 'a new film by Edgar Wright is about to be released', then this is a sentence: it means that we must run on the very first weekend to a nearby cinema. It is worth noting right away that there is a clear experiment from the eminent director. If earlier he clothed his signature style with filigree humor in the genres of zombie horror, science fiction, police thriller, crime thriller and comics, then Last Night in Soho purposefully turned out to be 'dragged' into a thriller with elements of horror with a touch of detective work.

At the beginning of the 20th century, the quarter suddenly gained popularity among representatives of London's bohemia. Cheap cafes and pubs began to open in Soho, where musicians, artists and philosophers became regulars. The fascination of the inhabitants of foggy Albion with jazz also contributed to the development of the district: the streets of Soho were filled with all kinds of jazz clubs, in which unusual musical rhythms did not cease day and night.

There is very little humor in the film, except for the funny ending, when the terrible truth was revealed to the heroine. Why funny? Well, you look who grabbed the knife there. Directly a reference to 'Like hard cops'. And so everything is quite gloomy and realistic, as if the British director was bitten by his colleague Christopher Nolan. Thanks to the wonders of editing and the as always excellent camera work of Jung Jong-hoon (we didn’t even know before the credits that Edgar Wright wanted to work with a South Korean), viewers are introduced alternately to the bright and hidden sides of the Soho area. And do not think that the era of the 60s is the basis of the whole story. It's just nostalgia for the old days, when the music was better and the outfits were more interesting. The topic under investigation is much deeper: the hard fate of all girls who dream of a glorious career.

Beginning in the late 1950s, a revolutionary trend was gaining momentum in the city, which would later be referred to as “swinging London”. Soho was the first to be hit by a wave of cultural “fever”. The hitherto unknown street of Carnaby Street has become the center of youth fashion. The area filled with boutiques where independent designers showcased their alternative collections. For the rebellious, and sometimes frankly crazy creations of local couturiers, real queues lined up.

Behind the sparkling spotlights, the now fashionable harassment flourished with might and main, all pretty girls were considered as sexual objects, a typical system for selecting fresh meat was functioning. Naturally, the starlets gradually found themselves in a cage, from which it was impossible to get out. In the end, it had to lead to something, as 'Last Night in Soho' will tell you. On the other hand, the script will also tell about a typical case when a provincial woman arrives in a city like London with high hopes, but subsequently they are shattered. The main character Eloise is a spitting image of a kind soul who will either let herself be eaten or get stuck in her throat and start to survive. Has the character developed? Rather yes than no. After all, she had to go through something that you would not see in a nightmare. Poor girl.

At the same time, the yet unknown The Rolling Stones performed in Soho clubs. Even half a century later, Soho has not lost its status as a shopping and entertainment district with a diverse population. Pubs, restaurants, boutiques - the abundance of local entertainment venues strikes the most sophisticated imagination. If for some reason you were unable to visit the Red Light District in Amsterdam or, while climbing the Parisian Montmartre, you inadvertently forgot about Pigalle Square, you can catch up in London's Soho. There are plenty of sex shops, brothels here.

Casting two non-British actresses in the lead roles, Edgar Wright apologized for the British incursion into Hollywood, where in recent years leading roles have been given predominantly to Her Majesty's subjects. Yes, and the theme of his film is a kind of greetings from Britain to Nicholas Winding Refn and his 'Neon Demon'. But most importantly (except for the music of those times, of course), he did not forget to cast Terrence Stamp and Diana Rigg in minor (shhh) roles. These are living legends that tasted their glory just in the 1960s. As you can imagine, the creator of the 'Cornetto' trilogy has taken his fantasy seriously, as you can see in every scene. And the music! Music plays in almost every frame, whether it's a musical hit from the past or the work of Stephen Price. Made some feast of scenery, costumes and music.

The inhabitants of foggy Albion themselves love Soho for its noisy nightlife. Despite the free (and sometimes openly criminal) lifestyle of local residents, you should not be afraid of Soho. The streets are constantly patrolled by police units, so the risk of running into a serious conflict is extremely small. However, it is better to take small precautions. For example, to minimize communication with local beggars and followers of Rastafarianism. If the purpose of the trip is to get acquainted with the nightlife of the quarter, you should not move too far from the center of Soho and look into establishments with a dubious reputation.

Putting it all together, we come to such a verdict that the film, of course, was a success. Camon, guys, this is Edgar Wright. And yet, there is still something that does not yet allow you to feel all the love for the new creation of the maestro. This is normal, because before this happened with all the works. Doubts lie in passing secondary characters (especially Lindsey and Jack), and in the nature of Eloise's ability to see what should not be seen (the foggy past of her deceased mother is not enough), and in the value of the story itself (ardent aesthetes with notes of puritanism will once again notice fem agenda of the year). After all, what is the movie about then? Probably about the fact that in every city there is a quarter, in which, if you meddle, then to the end.

Nothing can be done superficially. And as you poke your head, then expect trouble, because you got into the Looking Glass, it will be difficult to get out. It's also the familiar story of a girl in distress. It reminded me of the cult 'A Nightmare on Elm Street', where the girl each time lost touch with reality, because the dream calmly penetrated into reality. Simon Pegg's friend, of course, did without his Freddy Krueger, but the parallels still arise. Although the film has a hard rating of R, there was a feeling that the plot lacked a more creepy tin than it is. Well, to be sure. There was one pan of a camera that showed nasty footage from the little rooms in the basement of the bar. That's all. Horror wasn't enough.

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movie BDRemux Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265 (58.4 Mb/s)
Resolution: Upscaled 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision, HDR10
Aspect ratio: 2.39:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

Audio
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: Dolby TrueHD 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: Dolby Digital 5.1
English: Dolby Digital 2.0
Spanish: Dolby Digital Plus 7.1
French: Dolby Digital 5.1 (448 kbps)

Subtitles
English SDH, French, Spanish.

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