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Phenomena 4K 1985 INTEGRAL CUT Ultra HD 2160p

Phenomena 4K 1985 INTEGRAL CUT Ultra HD 2160p
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Country: Italy | Switzerland
Time: 115 min
IMDB: 6.7
Director: Dario Argento
Actors: Jennifer Connelly, Donald Pleasence, Daria Nicolodi, Fiore Argento, Federica Mastroianni, Fiorenza Tessari, Dalila Di Lazzaro, Patrick Bauchau, Alberto Cracco, Kaspar Capparoni, Mario Donatone, Antonio Maimone, Davide Marotta, Fulvio Mingozzi, Francesca Ottaviani, Michele Soavi, Franco Trevisi, Fausta Avelli.

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Phenomena 4K 1985 INTEGRAL CUT Ultra HD 2160p
Beautiful student Jennifer Corvino is sent by her parents to a prestigious women's boarding school in Switzerland. Soon it turns out that the girl is a sleepwalker, walking around at night while someone kills her friends with an unspeakable cruelty. A rather strange biologist, who studies cadaver worms and insects, takes it upon himself to help the police determine the timing of the murders...

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The world of insects. It is so vast and mysterious. What do we know about it? Are these unusual invertebrate creatures able to think, make some decisions against unconscious instincts, feel and understand something? Many people are frightened of this monster kingdom nasty moving legs, long thin antennae, disproportionate slimy body and "bloated" terrible eyes, but not Jennifer, which stands out for its predilection for arthropod wildlife. The main character leads the viewer on a magical excursion devoted to crawling and flying microorganisms, a journey that allows us to discover the incredible possibilities of these celestial creatures, to transcend squeamishness and disgust by looking at the ugly in terms of the beautiful.

And the effect is surprisingly effective! You suddenly open your mouth and cannot believe that such a young pretty lady calmly catches a huge bee flew in the car and begins to caress its soft fur, calming the hysterical fellow traveler. Truly incomparable image of a charming virgin, so sincerely and reverently relating to buzzing "friends" that somehow strangely perceived, and at the same time intriguing to madness. Her sincerity and piercing kindly gaze, coupled with her firmness and steadfastness, can't help but be endearing. Miss Corvino soon realizes that she has a real gift - an inexplicable paranormal relationship with insects, which turns out to be her curse at the same time. This is evidenced by taunts from her peers and the desire of the leadership of the elite school where the phenomenal teenager attends to put the unfortunate girl away in an insane asylum.

"Phenomenon" is some unique miraculous fusion of mysticism, thriller, detective, brutal horror and sci-fi. The nightmares of a sleepwalking heroine to the sound of booming instrumental melodies are replaced by metaphorical illusions, momentarily flowing into no less harsh reality, and dissolving back into the imagination, bringing the viewer into a hedonistic stupor. Scenes of brutal, bloody murders are interwoven with soothingly menacing shots of a gloomy night, the suspicious rustling of leaves, the cold piercing wind, as if bringing an invincible evil into the local spaces from somewhere far away, literally piercing its victims through with a metal spade.

In his work Argento masterfully presents various kinds of abominations so skillfully and, one might say, with a touch of phenomenal magic, bewitching the viewer, that a state of silent exultant paralysis ensues. One wants to stare at moments of greasy cadaver worms crawling, enlarged images of drosophila flitting around in a glass box, or a frenzied swarm of flies flying to the rescue of their mistress. The aesthetically subtle shooting style with abrupt changes in the events taking place is mesmerizing, providing a stream of all kinds of emotional turmoil and disturbing associations. In places, however, one gets the feeling of a prolonged spectacle with investigative skirmishes and an overabundance of electronic music, as well as the characters' illogical actions and inhibited reactions (for example, what was Jennifer hoping to do when she went alone to investigate the disappearance site of one of the victims?) But on the whole, these remarks are not fatal, as it is the peculiar entourage that makes "The Phenomenon" more appealing. Closer to the finale, the atmosphere slowly boils over like melted butter in a frying pan and, through the expertly paced madness, makes your muscles contract with nervous tension, giving the viewer one gruesome surprise after another, actually dissecting the untrained, relaxed mind with a sudden dose of horror, like you've just been thrown from a warm comfortable bed into an ice-cold tub.

Bottom line: A stylish, mysterious, stupefyingly magical movie, reminiscent of an ancient, majestic tree whose branches are gracefully intertwined with and in each other, embodying a single inspiring composition of nauseating horror and aesthetic superiority. Even people suffering from incurable insectophobia (like the reviewer himself) can be hypnotized for a while by watching this film.

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Codec: HEVC / H.265 (88.6 Mb/s)
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision, HDR10
Aspect ratio: 1.66:1
Original aspect ratio: 1.85:1

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

Subtitles
English, English SDH

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