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Tár 4K 2022

Tár 4K 2022

IMDB 7.8
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SIZE 60.10 GB



Film description

The internationally acclaimed conductor and composer Lydia Thar becomes the first ever female conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. She gives interviews, publishes books, teaches and, in her new position, begins rehearsals for Mahler’s Symphony No. 5 and takes care of her partner, the orchestra’s first violinist, and her young adopted daughter. But when one of her former charges commits suicide, Lydia’s impeccable reputation is threatened.

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‘Tar’ 2022 is the new Todd Field film. A director who is adored by the American film community. This is only his 3rd film since 2006’s award-winning and nominated ‘Like Little Children’ and 2001’s ‘In the Bedroom’.

Thar has already won three acting awards for Cate Blanchett, including a statuette at the Venice Film Festival. And it’s certainly only the beginning. Besides, the film’s viewer rating is also very high – 7.9 on IMDB and 7.8 on Kinopoisk.

Todd Field was nominated three times for an Oscar and of course the release of his new movie after 16 years has caused quite a stir in the film community. In addition, ‘Tar’ is a film that analyzes a more than current and painful topic for today’s entertainment industry – the culture of cancellation.

‘Tar’ is the story of a woman who has achieved tremendous recognition in the world of classical music. She is an internationally renowned conductor and composer who works in Berlin and runs her own foundation for young women in the world of classical music.

Lydia Thar is married to a woman and is raising a child. She is preparing to publish an autobiography and record works by Mahler with her orchestra. She is invited to master classes and worshipped during interviews.

She is a maestro, a creator, and although she looks very feminine, she leads a lifestyle stereotypically characteristic of men in the industry. We have already written that ‘Tar’ is a film about abortion culture. This makes the underlying theme of the film clear – something will happen that will change the general adoration for women into the opposite attitude.

Todd Field is respected by the film community for a reason – his films may well not appeal to you, but to tear yourself away from watching them and subsequently force yourself not to think about what you’ve seen is no easy task. ‘Tar’ with the brilliant Cate Blanchett and the immersion in the professional world of classical musicians is inimitable in this respect.

Although if you put aside the admiration for the exterior and think about the meaning of the story being told, the value of ‘Tar’ is not so obvious. We see the story of a man who wielded authority and power. The man used what he had not only for good purposes and ended up paying for it. We have seen many such stories in reality and of course it is not surprising that they have begun to appear in movies as well. However, the intentional play with the genders of the main characters seems artificial and unnecessary. Why did Todd Field need to make his Tar a woman? Did he want to give his rather predictable and flat story more facets? Did he want to show women that they were no worse than Harvey Weinstein and other similar men? Did he want to make the issue more sensual and vulnerable?

Either way, Tar is a very talented piece of filmmaking. Though it tells a rather strange hypothetical story based on a mountain of real events.

Info Blu-ray
Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265 (45.5 Mb/s)
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
HDR: HDR10
Aspect ratio: 2.39:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

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
French: Dolby Digital 5.1
Spanish (Latino): Dolby Digital 5.1

Subtitles
English SDH, French, Spanish.



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