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Flatliners 4K 1990 Ultra HD 2160p

Flatliners 4K 1990 Ultra HD 2160p
Country: USA
Time: 115 min
IMDB: 6.5
Director: Joel Schumacher
Actors: Kiefer Sutherland, Kevin Bacon, Julia Roberts, William Baldwin, Oliver Platt, Kimberly Scott, Joshua Rudoy, Benjamin Mouton, Aeryk Egan, Kesha Reed, Hope Davis, Jim Ortlieb, John Duda, Megan Stewart, Tressa Thomas, Gonzo Gonzalez, Afram Bill Williams, Deborah Thompson.

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Flatliners 4K 1990 Ultra HD 2160p
It takes just one step to cross the fragile line between life and death. A group of medical students chose a forbidden and dangerous area for their research. The future doctors decided to penetrate into the mystery of oblivion, which comes after cardiac arrest. One by one, the students plunge into a state of clinical death, embarking on an unpredictable journey to the other side of life. The results of the research were so unexpected that a person who has been there can no longer continue the same way of life, even if he or she wanted to.

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When a man tries to trespass on God's domain, physical death is the easiest punishment he can receive. Mental ruin is what he is condemned to for the rest of his days, until he repents. And if you doubt, he will make you crawl to him yourself with the words:

- Forgive me, Lord! Forgive us for trespassing on your territory. I'm sorry! Isn't that enough?

And you're sure to hear it back:

- Obviously, yes.

You can't think of anything more trite than to begin a commentary on this movie with the following words: everyone has asked at least once in their lives, "Is there life after death, and if there is, what is it like?" And yet, as trivial as it may be, the film addresses this very question. Throughout human existence, the best minds have tried to unravel the mystery of being and death.

(Die to be a hero, but don't die to be famous!)

Five self-sacrificing students, preparing to become qualified physicians, dared to go much further than questions. Did they have any idea where they were trying to look? Of course they guessed; in fact, they knew full well. But did they suspect that it would be so frightening, that by disturbing Death they would also disturb Life, that by breaking the fragile line between the world of the living and the world of the dead they would unite them into something out of the ordinary. It was unlikely to go beyond vague notions. In any case, you won't know until you find out for yourself.

You're playing with Death. Or maybe Death is playing you. (с)

The film's creators indirectly, but they do touch on the theme of people's relations with each other and with a higher mind, let's call it that. Therefore, I would like to make a small digression and touch lightly on such an unexplored area as Kabbalah. What is Kabbalah? Kabbalah is a certain body of knowledge, which provides answers to all questions by speaking globally. Knowledgeable people say that a person who knows Kabbalah, goes crazy, a person who knows the secrets of the universe, roughly speaking, simply can neither accept, nor understand, nor cope with the flow of information that he receives, delving into such dangerous unexplored realms. It has been established by higher powers that man is not supposed to know more than what he can "digest. D. Schumacher does not attempt to provide an answer to one of the major questions plaguing humanity: Life after death. But his characters do try. And they succeed. Spitting on the well-known saying "The less you know, the better you sleep", they go on a journey. They succeed in learning. And they go crazy. At first glance it might seem that the characters break the line between past and present, between death and life, opening a corridor of mystical events and phenomena. But it turns out that there is no mysticism in the film. The heroes are tormented by strange visions, they mutilate themselves, they are tormented by the mistakes of the past, they blame themselves for the mistakes of others.

(- We have known death. And death has somehow brought our sins back to us in reality... from the past.)

Everyone goes mad in his own way. Everyone knows his mistakes. The film teaches us that we must be held accountable for our actions. These three statements are more intertwined than ever in this film. Our characters are subconsciously tormented by the mistakes and sins of the past. Bearing the heavy burden, they eventually begin to go mad - each in his own way, because everyone's sins are different. They all end up having to answer for their sins - asking forgiveness, going through a "hell" of fear and hopelessness, experiencing physical pain and moral pain from terrible memories.

(- Everything matters! Everything we do)

Do you think D. Schumacher told us a tale of life and death? He touched on it only slightly and through the prism of that tale, he clearly demonstrated that there is no scarier, more unbearable and painful struggle than a man's struggle with himself. God is in all of us. Could it be conscience? Maybe a heightened sense of justice. Or guilt? Maybe God is our memories. God is our thoughts, our feelings, our secrets and dreams, which are relentlessly watching over us all our lives (Paranoia, but without fear). Well, in the end, "Chance is only the guise God takes to remain incognito" ((c) Mark Levy). Man, the most complex of all living organisms, is chance. His actions are chance. Everything in life is chance. And chance is what drives all living and non-living things. You cannot know it, no matter how hard you try. You'd better not try! You will go crazy.

I'd like to note that every episode of the movie keeps you in incredible suspense, does not let you go until the very last minutes. The acting, so impressive, striking in its authenticity, reflections and dialogues, colors, music and backgrounds, can't help but affect a person and provide food for thought for at least a week. The thoughtful, quality work of the entire crew deserves a standing ovation. The film is a challenge. The film is a provocation. The film is an explosion. Further commentary, I suppose, is superfluous.


movie BDRemux Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265 (91.7 Mb/s)
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision, HDR10
Aspect ratio: 2.35:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: Dolby Digital 5.1
English: Dolby Digital 2.0

English SDH.


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