Hacksaw Ridge 2016 4K Bluray 2160P UHD
Сountry: Australia | USA
Genre: Biography , Drama , History , War
Language: English | Japanese
Release Date: 8 December 2016 (China)
IMDB Rating: 8.1
Director: Mel Gibson
Cast: Andrew Garfield , Sam Worthington , Luke Bracey , Richard Pyros , Jacob Warner , Milo Gibson , Darcy Bryce , Roman Guerriero , James Lugton , Kasia Stelmach , Hugo Weaving , Rachel Griffiths , Jarin Towney , Tim McGarry , Tyler Coppin , Teresa Palmer , Richard Platt
Sound: Dolby Atmos, DTS
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Max File Size:74.54 GB
World War II American Army Medic Desmond T. Doss| who served during the Battle of Okinawa| refuses to kill people| and becomes
the first man in American history to receive the Medal of Honor without firing a shot.
Hacksaw Ridge is not a film for the feint-hearted. Right away the opening scenes portray the horror of war, and the emotional journey is only beginning as the audience is led through the story of war-hero Desmond Doss. One of the great feats of storytelling from Mel Gibson (director) and Andrew Garfield (leading role, Desmond Doss) is to lead the audience along Doss’ journey with a feeling of having experienced the journey as Doss, and experiencing the wide range of emotions endured by this heroic character along his journey.
Neither war itself nor violence are glorified in the film, yet they also not derided. The elements of conflict that draw the storyteller – the heroism of overcoming adversity, the bonding of soldiers, and the brave resolve on which soldiers must rely to perform their duty amidst such chaos and terror – these elements are all present, but they placed alongside the horror, the madness and the terror of war, and used to draw in the audience for Doss’ journey. The lasting psychological impact for those who survive conflict is well told by Hugo Weaving’s portrayal of Doss’ father, whose lines could serve as a mouthpiece for many veterans.
The supporting roles add depth, with both script and performance making very few, if any, of the supporting characters two dimensional. Vince Vaughn’s excellent turn as Doss’ training sergeant provides both humour and pathos to bring laughs and pause- for-thought at well scripted points of the tale, allowing the audience to gather their breath.
By the end of the film, audience members will leave the cinema feeling tired, worn out by having experienced Doss’ journey of hope, innocence, love, confusion, anger, faith, and courage. Hacksaw Ridge is in no way a popcorn-lazy-Sunday-afternoon film; it is a journey.
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