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Aftermath [Reino Unido]
Descripción del producto
Inspired by true events, 478 tells the story of two strangers, Roman Melnyk, (ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER) a construction foreman, and Jake Bonanos, (SCOOT MCNAIRY) an air traffic controller, whose lives become inextricably bound together after a devastating plane crash that resulted in the deaths of Roman s wife and daughter.
Detalles del producto
- Relación de aspecto : Desconocido
- Descatalogado por el fabricante : No
- Dimensiones del paquete : 19.1 x 13.5 x 1.8 cm; 40 gramos
- Referencia del fabricante : unknown
- Director : Elliott Lester
- Formato multimedia : PAL, Importación
- Tiempo de ejecución : 1 hora y 30 minutos
- Actores : Arnold Schwarzenegger, Maggie Grace, Kevin Zegers
- Idioma : Inglés (Dolby Digital 5.1)
- Estudio : Signature Entertainment
- ASIN : B01MUSQ6Z7
- Número de discos : 1
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The grieving character is then seen easily accessing the crash site by simply saying he is with the person in front of him. Seemingly without anyone else noticing, he then finds his dead wife (or possibly his daughter, I don't know which), in a tree, after which he is seen sitting beside two body bags, in an area which clearly should not have been accessible to the public. Seriously? This is supposed to be a true story?
I won't bore you with the rest of this incredibly slow moving and tedious film, but at the end, the main character is seen 11 years after the event, apparently not having aged one bit!
OK, so maybe Arnie wanted to do something a bit different. This is a serious role for him, and not his usual kind of stuff. His acting actually wasn't bad, and certainly wasn't the worst aspect of this awful movie.
One other thing I must mention, is that the dialogue was very low in the audio mix, so you'll have to turn the volume up, and then get deafened by the louder sequences.
I note that this is now only £4.99 for the Blu-ray, and this low price certainly reflects the quality of the product. In fact, I wouldn't even recommend this film if it was free.
This film is a very good adaption of the real events, the tragedy of the loss of life and the grief and sadness afterwards as well as the post traumatic stress and the different stages of grief experienced, which can led to people seeking retribution. Roman played by Arnold Schwarzenegger was a perfect portrayal as to what happened in real life.
The Air Traffic Controller in question was murdered, and this adaption of the film shows how psychologically he tries to deal with it, but is still in denial as he claims it was an accident when Roman challenges him and shows him a family photo for which all he wants is an apology, this would have been a form of closure for him, but as this was not recognised his anger then lashed out and he murdered the man in question in front of his family.
It is very sad but touching film very well acted by all stars concerned.
A film inspired by actual events should have the leeway to produce a story sequence that follows a logical pattern of development.
The idea of showing the impact from two points of view is justified but it drags through a long drawn out sludge of a world slowed down by endless dispare.
The even pace of this story and its edited content are its downfall. Other actors could have done it way better too.
So I give two stars for overall effort.