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Fatal Attraction 4K 1987 Ultra HD 2160p

Fatal Attraction 4K 1987 Ultra HD 2160p
BDRemux
Country: USA
Time: 119 min
IMDB: 6.9
Director: Adrian Lyne
Actors: Michael Douglas, Glenn Close, Anne Archer, Ellen Latzen, Stuart Pankin, Ellen Foley, Fred Gwynne, Meg Mundy, Tom Brennan, Lois Smith, Mike Nussbaum, J.J. Johnston, Michael Arkin, Sam Coppola, Eunice Prewitt, Jane Krakowski, Justine Johnston, Mary Joy.

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Fatal Attraction 4K 1987 Ultra HD 2160p
Lawyer Dan Gallagher had a carefree and happy life with his young wife Beth and little daughter until that fateful day when his wife and child went out of town to live with their parents. Feeling a fleeting attraction to Alex Forrest, a new employee of the firm he served, he was flattered by the lady's reciprocity and had an affair with her.

By the end of the second day Dan wanted to return to his family home, but it turned out that now he was caught in the deadly grip of a real maniac. First she slit her wrists, and a panic-stricken Dan had to bandage her hands and comfort her. And when Dan did manage to escape Alex to his house, his life turned into a real nightmare.

Review 4K Movie

"Men fuck anything that moves," is the cherished phrase of any woman who has been betrayed. It is uttered by jealous wives, it is uttered by abused lovers, it is uttered by everyone who has ever been betrayed by a man. Apparently, the meaning of the phrase interested filmmaker Adrian Lyne so much that he decided to develop the theme in his movie "Fatal Attraction", which became an acclaimed hit of the 80's.

The main character is the typical middle-aged American Dan Gallagher (Douglas). Lawyer, model husband and father, the soul of the company - in a word, the women are ready to flock to him like flies to honey. There's one on the horizon... a fly. Her name is Alex Forrest (Close). She's publishing a book about a lusty politician (impeccable move, Mr. Line!), the legal issues of which Dan's firm is just about to decide. Alex seems nice and pretty to him, so the grief-stricken husband, without thinking long, invites a new acquaintance to a cafe while his beloved wife (Archer) and daughter are away. Naturally, Dan and Alex spend a chic evening together, which then turns into an even more chic weekend. Even the viewer begins to genuinely sympathize with Alex Forrest as much as Dan, despite her seemingly humiliating position as a mistress.

But then the weekend is over. Relatives are already rushing home. It's time to say "thank you, Alex" and leave, leaving a ghostly chance of at least some continuation of the two-day affair. However, when the barely familiar friend learns that this is the end of it, she gets desperate and cuts her wrists, forcing poor Dan to stay for a while longer. And that's just the beginning! Dan Gallagher has to experience a real nightmare, the author of which is one offended lady, determined to get the man she likes by any means necessary. Alex Forrest, played by Oscar nominee Glenn Close, is not just a wacky philistine with the habits of a possessive predator, but also a mythical image of punishment for infidelity, for cheating on the beloved wife; mad with love, she utters a phrase that brilliantly describes the whole film: "I will go on and on until you take responsibility for yourself. I will not allow myself to be ignored...".

Lyne laughs at the hapless husband, but it is a sad laugh. At the same time, the director asks some very sensitive questions. Why do husbands cheat on their wives, and when problems begin, such as an unplanned pregnancy with a mistress, do they swear immortal great love, as they once did at their wedding? Why does Dan neglect his perfect life for the sake of some lousy weekend with the unusual and sexy Alex, regretting the betrayal hours later? By asking the kind of disturbing questions that are impossible not to ask while watching, Adrian Lyne thus creates a new variety in the genre, mixing the daily family routine of Dan Gallagher and his loved ones with the creepy consequences of an "unsafe relationship." Having made a uniquely terrifying film about sexual obsession, Lyne, who made the erotic melodrama "9 ½ Weeks" a year before "Fatal Attraction", however, did not stop at this subject, subsequently working on slightly more naive films, among which stand alone the dismally failed "Indecent Proposal" and adaptation of Nabokov's "Lolita".

Evil must lose, true love must triumph, and the final scene in the bathtub is purely moralizing and instructive: devotion to his wife and daughter bursts into flame, defeating fleeting passion. Focusing then on a lovely family photo, Lyne already exclaims in a weary voice: "Appreciate what you have! What you seek is already with you!" which sobered the viewer's mind, perhaps stronger than even the fatal seductress's most elaborate and mathematically calibrated atrocities.

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Codec: HEVC / H.265 (62.1 Mb/s)
Resolution: 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision, HDR10
Aspect ratio: 1.78:1
Original aspect ratio: 1.85:1

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

Subtitles
English SDH, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Japanese.

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