Phantom Thread 4K 2017 Ultra HD 2160p REMUX

Phantom Thread 4K 2017 Ultra HD 2160p REMUX
BDRemux 4K 2160P
Сountry: USA | UK
Genre: Drama
Language: English | French
Cast: Vicky Krieps, Daniel Day-Lewis, Julie Vollono, Joan Brown, Harriet Leitch, Dinah Nicholson, Julie Duck, Maryanne Frost, Elli Banks, Amy Cunningham, Amber Brabant, Geneva Corlett, Juliet Glaves...

Set in the glamour of 1950’s post-war London, renowned dressmaker Reynolds Woodcock and his sister Cyril are at the center of British fashion, dressing royalty, movie stars, heiresses, socialites, debutants and dames with the distinct style of The House of Woodcock. Women come and go through Woodcock’s life, providing the confirmed bachelor with inspiration and companionship, until he comes across a young, strong-willed woman, Alma, who soon becomes a fixture in his life as his muse and lover. Once controlled and planned, he finds his carefully tailored life disrupted by love.

Phantom Thread 4K 2017 Ultra HD 2160p REMUX Review
Rather than release Phantom Thread's UHD day-and-date with its companion Blu-ray, Universal has opted to briefly delay the film's 4K home debut by a matter of weeks. Hopefully, UHD-capable fans have been patient, and the question is whether that patience paid off. The answer? Absolutely. The film-sourced native 4K 2160p resolution presentation offers a very nice upgrade to an impressive Blu-ray. Grain texturing is more refined across the board, particularly in lower light. Still, grain density is high and not particularly discrete, but it's beautifully translated on UHD, more flattering and comparatively more complimentary. Blacks, such as dark attire, and shadow detail, such as nighttime or low light exteriors, present with a firmer authenticity, accuracy, and depth. Textures are moderately to significantly sharper, including faces, clothes (obviously so critical to the movie's visual fabric), and interior and exterior elements. Color depth is much improved. Color temperature drifts warmer, which translates into fuller, deeper flesh tones as well as warmer, more confident mahoganies, reds, and diffuse light sources from lamps and unnatural lights. More natural light pouring into frame, bathing lighter colored clothes and pale skin, are sured up on UHD. Light sources are less garish and more flattering, more balanced, aided by the warmer color temperate and improved balance and nuanced saturation. Whites, including that which defines the wedding dress that is one of the primary narrative centerpieces in the film, are more intense while presenting with a firmer, more evenly accurate and distinct appearance. Color and mood are critical to the movie, and the UHD's HDR-10 color palette easily enhances and compliments rather than ruins the carefully tuned composition and vital, precise lighting. Universal's UHD turns a visually impressive movie into a home video work of art.

Phantom Thread features a DTS:X Master Audio soundtrack, exactly the same as that to be found on the previously released Blu-ray disc. Musical notes are beautifully clear and tailored, with a fine range of piano strokes, strings, and supportive low end accompaniment, as necessary, offering an enriching, precise, and wide presentation. Music is largely the property of the front channels, but the surrounds do engage with modest support structure. The track features wonderful atmospheric fill, too, the first example coming in the eight-minute mark as the film shifts to a fashion show and a restaurant. Delivery of those sounds Reynolds finds irritating are not amplified, but the contextual emphasis on them is critical, and the track handles them with proper volume and concern for the finest detail. There are no obvious overhead sound implementations, and even as surrounds are sparsely populated, the extra channels at least help to create a fuller sense of place, no matter how minor. Dialogue propels the majority of the film, and it finds excellence in all categories: placement, prioritization, and clarity.

Have a lot of admiration for Paul Thomas Anderson and really like to love all his work, especially 'Boogie Nights' and 'There Will Be Blood', even finding a lot to admire with his weakest film ('Inherent Vice' from personal opinion). Also consider Daniel Day-Lewis a wonderful actor and that his triple Oscar wins are testament to that.

With 'Phantom Thread' being touted as Day-Lewis' swan song (very sad) and with so many award nominations, interest was incredibly high despite not being completely sold by the advertising. Seeing it yesterday when it first came out in my country, found it to be a truly outstanding film in every regard. One of the most beautiful and most interesting films seen recently and the standout so far of the 2017 films released here this year. Also consider it Anderson's best film since 'There Will Be Blood' and one of his very best.

'Phantom Thread' is a visually stunning film. It's beautifully and cleverly photographed (the techniques and types of camera-work being typical Anderson), with the cinematography allowing one to be in awe of the sumptuous production design and jaw droppingly gorgeous costume design (my win for this year's Oscar for its category).

Anderson's distinctive directing style is written all over the film. Meaning visual boldness, the memorable way in how he uses music, how he handles thematic consistency and having characters that are flawed but realistically so while not being necessarily likeable. All present here.

Jonny Greenwood's music score is as ever an interesting and layered in mood, hauntingly beautiful and clever one on its own, one that is not forgotten. Just as remarkable is the sympathetic way it's used while being like its own character in the film. Undoubtedly the reason for its Oscar nomination. The pre-existing music makes every bit as much of an impression, perhaps even more so. Most of it classical, with a mix of solo piano, symphonic and especially chamber music (on top of popular songs from the period). They are either understatedly heard in the background, appropriate for a gentle piece like Faure's Berceuse, or like characters of their own that enhance the intense mood of the scene in question, such as the Schubert and especially the Debussy (made to sound easy by the performance of the quartet, when it's actually a nightmare, Debussy in general is hard having sung many of his songs and he can be unforgiving to vocalists).

Throughout, 'Phantom Thread' is very thoughtfully and even poetically scripted, with remarkable complexity. To make Alma an ambiguous character with vague motivations was an intriguing choice, and while it will no doubt frustrate viewers and will be considered a flaw it came over very well and only added to the realistically complicated dynamic of her relationship with Reynolds.

In terms of the story, 'Phantom Thread' is anchored by this relationship dynamic. It may not be a novel theme, with other films having done it (a recent example being 'Mother!'), but 'Phantom Thread' handles this far better than most of them, what it says about it is illuminating, fresh and surprisingly subtle. Also effective was how the high fashion world is portrayed, on the outside it's glamorous in how it looks and is worn and methodical in how the dresses are made but behind the scenes there is bitterness and cruelness, a very truthful, if again not new, depiction and a relevant one by today's standards.

Acting is throughout extremely good, superb with the three leads. Vicky Krieps is a powerful and subtle presence (very difficult to do with a character with as much ambiguity that Alma does), while Lesley Manville makes a somewhat thankless role terrifyingly formidable. But it's Day-Lewis' film, it's perhaps his most personal role with a little of himself in Reynolds and Day-Lewis gives the performance of his life portraying a man with vulnerable sensitivity and erratic quirks and is simply mesmerising, his swan-song being one of his finest performances and one of the year's overall best too. Am rooting for either him or Gary Oldman for 'Darkest Hour' for the Best Actor Oscar.

It's already been said that Reynolds is not a likeable or relatable character. To me, he is not likeable but he is flawed in a realistic way (as said a trademark of Anderson and one of his strongest examples) and personally could identify with his quirks and sensitivity, being an autistic person prone to sensitivity and erratic moods, a lot of difficulties and obstacles having to be faced all my life and having a few compulsive quirks of my own. Though not as extreme as those of Reynolds, still try to be nice and easy to get on with despite all this.

Overall, a divine film. A long film and a slow one but hugely rewarding. An easy 10/10.

Codec: HEVC / H.265
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
Aspect ratio: 1.85:1
Original aspect ratio: 1.85:1

English: DTS:X
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
Spanish: DTS 5.1
French (Canada): DTS 5.1

English SDH, French, Spanish

File size: 78.15 GB

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