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Three Days of the Condor 4K 1975 Ultra HD 2160p

Three Days of the Condor 4K 1975 Ultra HD 2160p
BDRemux
Country: USA
Time: 117 min
IMDB: 7.4
Director: Sydney Pollack
Actors: Robert Redford, Faye Dunaway, Cliff Robertson, Max von Sydow, John Houseman, Addison Powell, Walter McGinn, Tina Chen, Michael Kane, Don McHenry, Michael Miller, Jess Osuna, Dino Narizzano, Helen Stenborg, Patrick Gorman.

Story Movie

Three Days of the Condor 4K 1975 Ultra HD 2160p
A guy named Joe Turner, who works in one of the disguised departments of the CIA in New York, analyzes tabloid detective literature, in which he looks for "original tricks" of interest to the Agency.

On the last working day before Christmas, Turner, returning after lunch break, is horrified to find the corpses of his 6 colleagues in the office. He makes an "emergency" phone call to the CIA on duty. The authorities make an appointment with him. But it turns out to be a trap. Turner has only one thing to do: at his own peril and risk, find out the reasons for the hunt arranged for him.

Review 4K Movie

If in the early 70s the US cinema shook with its freedom - 'Deep Throat' was replaced by 'Sweet Sweetback', which came to its logical conclusion in 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest' by Milos Forman, then in the middle of the decade a new trend emerged. Films revealing certain conspiracy theories began to gain more and more popularity. These could be tough political detectives, dystopias (Logan's Escape, Green Soylent) or genre films with conspiracy overtones (for example, the mystical Omen).

The appearance of a film in which CIA employees arrange a 'wild gang' for each other, and an employee who accidentally uncovers a conspiracy will be forced to confront the entire system - seemed completely logical, although at the same time innovative and daring. 'Three Days of the Condor' became just such a film - timely and relevant. If this film was released these days, even the participation of stars would not guarantee its popularity at all.

Sydney Pollack did his best to make the film as watchable as possible - intense, interesting and exciting. The scenes of the killer's hunt for the main character turned out to be percussion.

Following the main character for the development of the plot, the viewer unexpectedly finds himself with him in a hopeless situation. The hero will have to stay with the killer alone in the elevator. Pollack's production of this scene turned out to be close to the ideal.

The relationship of the hero with his unexpected accidental girlfriend, whose life, thanks to him, is in danger, turned out to be very accurate.

But, by themselves, the scenes would not have turned out to be standard if it were not for the great acting of the actors. Each was in its place and everything only strengthened each other.

I think the role of Cliff Robertson was very interesting. More recently, the Oscar-winning actor plays a cold and cynical man in the film. At first glance, it is adequate and correct. But, Robertson makes the viewer reflect on the causes of his character's problems.

No less interesting was the role of Max von Syudof. Just add that he is very reminiscent of Bardem from 'No Country for Old Men'. Similar characters and quite similar role rendition. Could there be more positive recommendations?

Faye Dunway tries not to stand out too much in this picture. The actress realizes that she is assigned the second, if not the third most important role. But, the professional work of the actress only enhances the picture. Discreet, but very, very effective. Possibly Faye's best work in the 70s.

And finally Robert Redford. If he played in his usual way - a successful young man, it would have turned out to be a completely different film. Unexpectedly for me, Redford is portrayed as a fearful but confident man. A man who is driven, but ready to fight.

This reading of the role is an absolute success for the actor (especially against the background of the colorless 'Great Gatsby', which came out a year earlier), and for the entire film. It is Redford's play that gives the necessary degree of tension to the narrative and convinces of the seriousness of the ending.

So, the picture deserves the highest marks, and Redford and von Syudof - nominations for the best male lead and minor roles in 75.

Perhaps due to the fact that I saw a movie recently, and now you can hardly surprise with a conspiracy movie, the score is only 8 points. But it only means my attitude to the picture at a strictly defined moment of viewing. This is an interesting and worthy movie

Mediainfo

movie BDRemux Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
HDR: HDR10
Original aspect ratio: 2.39 : 1

Audio
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: LPCM 2.0 (48kHz, 24-bit)
German: LPCM 2.0 (48kHz, 24-bit)
French: LPCM 2.0 (48kHz, 24-bit)

Subtitles
German, English, French.

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