Sinopse: Baixar Torrent — Whiplash: Em Busca da Perfeição Blu-ray rip 720p 1080p Dublado 2015 O solitário Andrew Miles Teller é um jovem baterista que sonha em ser o melhor de sua geração e marcar seu nome na música americana como fez Buddy Rich, seu maior ídolo na bateria. Andrew Miles Teller is 19-year old student at a music conservatory in Manhattan. On the other side of it, I saw a little bit of my teacher in Andrew. Storyline A young and talented drummer attending a prestigious music academy finds himself under the wing of the most respected professor at the school, one who does not hold back on abuse towards his students. It's thoroughly impressive that the film was shot in only 19 days for them to get shots so immaculately timed and performed with all those complicated movements. Whiplash is a film that stops at nothing. Chazelle is committed on expressing the physicality of drumming and Teller captures it exhaustively without feeling contrived.
The music genre is known as one for freedom of expression but here the jazz is soulless and mechanical, and that clouds the ethical judgment of the characters. The roaring beat in Whiplash puts your heart in your throat. Or with other words - a film that is not just eye candy and booms and explosions, but also craft, soul, dedication and wits. It toes a fascinating line. That's why drumming is such an interesting choice for the film to explore because it's so instinctive. His poisonous words are more a part of Andrew's psyche than legitimate coaching techniques. Memorable: I am still thinking about this film.
As I said, the best movies are those, that reach out to the most diverse and wide spectrum of audiences, not those, who can connect to a massive number of people, who are representatives of only one specific audience type. Terence Fletcher, un profesor conocido tanto por su talento como por sus rigurosos métodos de enseñanza, dirige el mejor conjunto de jazz del Conservatorio. His frustration, regrets, fear and rage with himself cuts to the core of the human condition as he's pushed further and further. The technical aspects of the film help it become so stimulating with dizzying closeups tightly edited together and its the stark orange tinted cinematography. There's a refreshing brevity to the film with its sharp atmosphere, but it's so rich in emotion, psychological tension and personal subtext. But he does it for a reason, for the sole purpose of finding the next big, even great, thing in jazz and in music as a whole.
I lost myself in the story. The two form an odd relationship as the student wants to achieve greatness, and the professor pushes him. La pasión de Andrew por alcanzar la perfección se convierte en obsesión, al tiempo que su despiadado profesor lo lleva al límite de su capacidad y de su salud mental. Even so, Fletcher is a man who can tell if you have the right tempo within a bar. The film ended in a big round of applause from the packed theater and I am sure that will be the case a long time from now! What is objectively great in art? Chazelle has described the film as an origin story to the jazz musicians of the golden age, and it thrives on the myths of jazz heroes such as Charlie Parker. While the film is a gripping experience nonetheless, in retrospect perhaps it is too bitingly cynical. Greatness doesn't come easily, you need to practice at it.
Whiplash is an incredibly powerful film. His perspective changed, to paraphrase, he realized he was becoming an asshole. It really is a film that lingers in your mind for days, nagging you, like Fletcher over your shoulder. I believe that among the most telling facts about a film's fortunes and qualities, is the ability to broaden it's public, but in the same time not forgetting that cinema is not all about commercial success and mass audiences. Lee Ermey's drill sergeant in Full Metal Jacket. I hope so too, especially for Oscar voters.
After picking Andrew to play in the school band, he pushes Andrew to his limits in order to realize his full potential, at the risk of his humanity. Andrew practices until his hands bleed. The two form an odd relationship as the student tries to achieve greatness, and the professor tries to stop him. It must have been really fun playing a part like Terrence Fletcher and Simmons completely sold it. Whiplash is refreshing to see, we all know we wouldn't be resilient enough to take that kind of punishment so it's cathartic to watch Andrew go through it all and see how far he'll go. They're urgently looking for the next Parker, in search of perfection.
Each turn of the story shapes his expectations and ambitions and then escalates it to the right point. . Maybe you are still fighting for your dream. I'll take this film with me for a while as a screaming motivator. Two fantastic performances from Miles Teller and J. El objetivo de Andrew Neiman, un joven y ambicioso baterista de jazz, es triunfar en el elitista Conservatorio de Música de la Costa Este en el que estudia.
He's a force of nature, with a terrifying presence that incites the fear Bryan Cranston achieved with the peak of his Walter White. Perhaps it will push you to maybe pick up that guitar again, put on your ballet shoes, or hit the gym to bulk up. Synopsis A promising young drummer enrolls at a cut-throat music conservatory where his dreams of greatness are mentored by an instructor who will stop at nothing to realize a student's potential. Our protagonist has a dream of being a great drummer, a drummer that will be remembered forever. Entretanto, a convivência com o abusivo maestro fará Andrew transformar seu sonho em obsessão, fazendo de tudo para chegar a um novo nível como músico, mesmo que isso coloque em risco seus relacionamentos com sua namorada e sua saúde física e mental. Simmons is still subversive with moments of weakness, insecurity, approachability, and he also sometimes brings in the lightness he's known for in other roles with Jason Reitman, exec producer here.
But with that comes a great irony. Re-watch value: I can watch this film again and I actually can't wait until it hits distribution. However, Whiplash isn't just a best of year film, nor best of decade. Cuando Fletcher elige a Andrew y para formar parte del conjunto musical que dirige, cambia para siempre la vida del joven. The upcoming Miles Teller plays the young and dedicated student Andrew Nieman, who has the drive, the ambition to succeed and to be great, which is fine, as long as it doesn't derail your personal life. It neither rushes nor drags, on paper nor on screen. When is it good enough, and why? I did not expect the film to be so powerful for me.
It does suggest that you have to be deprived of a meaningful relationship to achieve your goals. You can't get by on talent alone but it certainly helps. What grabs me about the film is its discussion on artistic perfection, and especially in these intimate and rough sequences of practicing. Whiplash 2014 Whiplash: A young and talented drummer attending a prestigious music academy finds himself under the wing of the most respected professor at the school, one who does not hold back on abuse towards his students. It approaches best of all-time worthy with its identifiable themes of meticulous work ethics, fulfilling aspirations, resilience of the soul, and knowing when to no longer measure yourself to your mentor.