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The Power of the Dog 4K 2021

The Power of the Dog 4K 2021

IMDB 6.8
SIZE 80.73 GB

Film description

1920s. Brothers Phil and George own Montana’s largest ranch. Despite their kinship and their business together, they have little in common: Phil is rude, doesn’t like to bathe, and never misses an opportunity to humiliate the weak, while George is quiet, polite, and prefers to run his business quietly. When George marries local widow Rose, who has a teenage son, Phil cannot accept it.

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Phil Burbank (Benedict Cumberbatch) clings tightly to his brother, struggling to conceal his loneliness and his fear of being “naked” in front of a crowd of cowboys, as much as he can in the form of a man soaked to the bone, dropping his weight only in quiet hidden places, remembering there his bitter loss.

Not surprisingly, the news of his brother’s (Jesse Plemons) hasty marriage pisses Phil off, turning all his anger on the woman who has come into their home, and on whom the moral pressure of a monster comes down, causing her to start drinking in front of her young son Peter, who bravely heads into his enemy’s camp.

This sounds less like a Western than anything else. More like a psychological drama, or even a psychological thriller, whose essence and meanings are scattered among the marvelous New Zealand landscapes surrounding a small town in the old days, as if located in Montana, where several people have suddenly lost their peace, and to understand what is what, a returning student, practicing anatomical experiments in the meantime, will return for a while.

Cumberbatch unabashedly pulls the blanket over himself, heroically portraying the monster of monsters, Kirsten Dunst expertly mimics alcohol syndrome while remaining the beloved wife of the mild-mannered pooch, but the actor’s benefit is spoiled by the minimalist role of Cody Smith-McPhee, with a brief involvement in a few crucial dialogues whose revelations the seemingly not silly cowboy Phil could not decipher, seriously mistaken about the determination of his proud opponent, who has long since admitted to everything.

Not counting the hasty marriage and the delayed clash of the two persons, everything is firmly set in a logical series of seemingly unsubtle events that allow us to trace the properties and understand the cause of the arrogant monster’s arrogance, as well as the nature of the plucky weakling’s tenacity, as it turns out, who can build traps not only for wild rabbits.

It was interesting to follow two models of human behavior emanating from their shared nature, where one found his place in life and the other, knowing where it was, abandoned it, falling to the bottom of personal tragedy, covering with ritual courage the incessant trembling in his knees, turning into a pathetic man, himself crossing himself out of life.

Info Blu-ray
Codec: HEVC / H.265 (81.5 Mb/s)
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision, HDR10
Aspect ratio: 2.28:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

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

English SDH.


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