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The Green Mile 4K 1999 Ultra HD 2160p

The Green Mile 4K 1999 Ultra HD 2160p
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Genre: Drama 4K , Fantasy 4K
Country: USA
Time: 189 min
IMDB: 8.6
Director: Frank Darabont
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Actors: Tom Hanks, Michael Clarke Duncan, David Morse, Bonnie Hunt, James Cromwell, Michael Jeter, Graham Greene, Doug Hutchison, Sam Rockwell, Barry Pepper, Jeffrey DeMunn, Patricia Clarkson, Harry Dean Stanton, Dabbs Greer, Eve Brent, William Sadler, Mack Miles, Rai Tasco.

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The Green Mile 4K 1999 Ultra HD 2160p
Paul Edgecomb is the head of the death row at Cold Mountain Prison, each of whose prisoners once walks the "green mile" on the way to the place of execution. Paul has seen many prisoners and guards during his work. However, the giant John Coffey, accused of a terrible crime, has become one of the most unusual inhabitants of the block.

Review 4K Movie

I. Two creators:

Stephen King.

A name that needs no introduction. A man who invented a lot of fascinating stories, created beautiful and mysterious worlds, distinguished by gloom and mystery.

With film adaptations of his own novels, King has always been unlucky. Most of the directors preferred to shoot based on their vision of the plot, while the exceptional King atmosphere was gone.

Either the director tried to do a bunch of special effects, and it turned out to be nonsense (“Dreamcatcher”), or the director twisted everything in his own way, and hell was going on in the scenario plan (“The Shining” by Kubrick, by the way, the same trouble haunts all the adaptations of “Stalker” ).

Screen adaptation is always a serious matter, because: fans of the book may get angry in earnest, since “something has changed in the plot”, and those who have not read the book may not understand the meaning of what is happening due to inept editing. A prime example of the situation is Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Therefore, the director has to maneuver between traps, trying to please both ours and yours, and not to forget about his creative abilities.

Fortunately, there was a person who could adequately film the works of King. His name is Frank Darabont. He was able to skillfully film two complex works of the King of Horrors - The Shawshank Redemption and The Green Mile. It is no coincidence that these films have become "popular" hits, they are often remembered, quoted, compared with other adaptations of King's works.

II. triangular plot:

In The Green Mile, King reveals three lines, each of which is remarkable and distinctive.

The first line is the life of suicide bombers. They are all different and curious "instances". Here the Delacroix type, and Wild Bill, and the Indian are all good. Each of them is a murderer, a person who has committed a terrible act. It must be said here that the film does not really reveal the fact of their getting into the compartment of the death row prison. Killed, well, killed - a death sentence ... King has everything much more seriously and more deeply worked out. What is guilt? What is guilt? Who determines the degree of guilt? What is sin? King does not try to answer questions, he puts them before the reader, defining the problem of society, and this is the best sign of a talented writer. Creativity does not answer questions, it only pushes readers to think, to comprehend the world and its essence, to search for solutions to accumulated problems. What is the main idea of ​​the Green Mile, I will formulate later.

The second line is the life of the guards, the police. They are also individuals, each of them is different from the other in their character traits. One is a thug boy, the second is a wise boss, the third is a handsome man who earns his living, the fourth is a kind man who chose to serve the law, the fifth is an old man who is at such years (if I’m not mistaken, King’s plot indicated the period after the Great Depression, if not, then I apologize) there is nowhere to go. You can be an executioner in any way: enjoying the deliverance of those objectionable to the world, performing with a feeling of disgust and getting money, or you can be an executioner and a person at the same time, like the main character - Paul Edgecomb. Negro John Coffey with his mystical abilities is just that component of King's novels, thanks to which he can keep readers on their toes. Coffey is a secondary character, he is only an external indicator of kindness in a person. The real main character is Edgecomb, who does his job with justice and dignity, addressed to all death rowers. He sees people in the killers, he understands their souls, he is not just a mechanical executioner.

The third line is normal life, outside the prison walls. This is the family life of Paul Edgecomb, which reveals him from the other side: a man who is doubtful, humane and loving. These are meetings of Paul and his colleagues at a picnic. It's the relationship with Paul's boss and his sick wife. This line allows readers to compare information about the world of suicide bombers and the world where they came from, came through their own fault.

III. A worthy adaptation of a wonderful novel:

Frank Darabont captured the spirit of the novel.

The interior of the death row is worked out perfectly: at the sight of it, the viewer has a vague, indefinite feeling, and definitely negative. The green floor causes repulsion, the dimly lit death cells cause fear, and the sunlight falling on the table in the corridor - the death row observation post - inevitably leads to sad thoughts. Waiting for your death - what could be worse?

The actors played great: Tom Hanks, as always, at the proper level, portrayed Paul Edgecomb; Michael Clarke Duncan brought to life the touching image of John Coffey; Sam Rockwell very convincingly showed the rottenness of the soul of Wild Bill; James Cromwell (Paul's boss) and Bonnie Hunt (Paul's wife) bring their charm to the film adaptation of The Green Mile. Even Harry Dean Stanton's tiny cameo as the janitor of the death row burns into memory.

Of course, one cannot fail to mention the work of trainers who managed to give the audience a completely charming mouse named Mr. Jingles. This mouse has become a favorite of the public.

The special effects team should also be given credit - the scenes of John Coffey healing people looked believable.

Two creators - a writer and a director - managed to create a film of films - a story for all time.

IV. Death and Immortality:

Immortality is the greatest illusion of the creative world. He was desired by many heroes, first of all, by villains who yearn for eternal power over the world. But King's The Green Mile showed through the example of a good hero that immortality is worse than death. The moments when you lose those who were dear to you are not erased from memory.

Memory is the main stumbling block between immortality and death. She does not let sleep remorse. It is that border that does not allow death to overcome the world, and immortality - to take possession of the minds of people. We remember... And we live.

The idea behind the Green Mile was a simple motto: "Be human!". Paul Edgecomb was it.

Mediainfo

movie BDRemux Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265 (51.1 Mb/s)
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
HDR: HDR10
Aspect ratio: 1.85:1
Original aspect ratio: 1.85:1

Audio
English: Dolby TrueHD with Dolby Atmos 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: Dolby Digital 5.1
English: Spanish: Dolby Digital 2.0
French: Dolby Digital 5.1
French (Canada): Dolby Digital 5.1
Spanish: Dolby Digital 5.1
Spanish: Dolby Digital 2.0
German: Dolby Digital 5.1
Italian: Dolby Digital 5.1

Subtitles
English SDH, French, German SDH, Italian SDH, Spanish, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Greek, Korean, Mandarin (Traditional), Norwegian, Swedish.

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