First Cow (2019)

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A skilled cook has traveled west and joined a group of fur trappers in Oregon, though he only finds true connection with a Chinese immigrant also seeking his fortune. Soon the two collaborate on a successful business.



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Duration : 2h 01mn 46sc
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Duration : 2h 01mn 48sc
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pooper

cant find any english sub for the foreign part. anyone help? what language is that part, anyway?

Kirsten2003

I googled movie name and ended up with 8 different English subtitles for this movie. Its not that difficult

rolotom

Another movie in 960×720 4:3 ratio … Strange to go from 1280 x 720 16:9 ratio and still call it 720p

I wonder why this is becoming a popular thing for movie makers?

udaynatt

They look good on iPads and common home projectors. Both have 4:3 aspect ratio. Even a full IMAX screen is of 4:3 ratio, but moviemakers almost never utilise it completely.

LemmyCaution

Close enough but IMAX is1.44:1, not 1.37:1. Practically you’re right and actually I’m an annoying pedant.

caffeinedependent

@udaynatt I don’t really want to get into an argument or bore everyone here with technical details, but you are spreading misinformation. Firstly, any modern cinematographer filming in 4:3 is doing so for a specific artistic purpose and not so it will look good on home projectors (most of which are now 16:9 anyway) or iPads. The original IMAX screens used to have a 1.43:1 ratio, not 4:3. Most modern IMAX screens are 1.9:1.

udaynatt

And 720p, 1080p is just kinda placeholder name for quality.
1920×800 is considered 1080p because you need a 1920x1080p 16:9 screen to show all horizontal 1920 pixels… And so is 1440x1080p cause again, you need a 1920×1080 16:9 screen to show all vertical 1080 pixels.

These numbers makes no sense if you have an ultrawide monitor, 20:9 phone screen or 1280×1024 Office Desk Monitor. They only work for 16:9 ratios and that’s how it is.

TimeToGoPrime

Never mind…

caffeinedependent

Actually 720p and 1080p are not placeholders, but conventional terms used to describe video resolution (NOT QUALITY). They originate from analogue, where this refers to the physical number of lines in a specific video, and assume a screen with 16:9 aspect ratio. Most cinemas have a wider aspect ratio and movies made primarily for cinema release are filmed to take advantage of this. So, when played back on a standard 16:9 screen it stands to reason they won’t fill the screen. Makes perfect sense.

LemmyCaution

I think the increased popularity of Academy ratio is a creative decision to evoke old Hollywood and the likes of Carl Dreyer, late Kubrick, et al. The heyday of ‘classical’ cinema.

rolotom

Thanks for the infomation guys 🙂 ….. The iPad use makes sense.

I guess I am just used to the 16:9 and was worried I was missing out on cropped content

caml

Haven’t watched it yet. But 4:3 creates more focus; to get the viewer’s attention. Think i saw it first in Dark Night. It’s probably been used in other movies for other reasons (eg., to portray an earlier period).

Also, 960*(4/3) = 1280. So, this is 720p (by definition; 1280×720 @16:9 is defined as 720p). I personally prefer 4:3 (display); my eyes and brain can only take in so much.

LemmyCaution

Fresh Kelly Reichardt drop. Noice!

iamtawhid

Interesting title, gonna watch it

RupamForkeshawn

It is good

ProdigalX

I hope this isn’t a moosical.

Nachimuthu

I see what you did there

_KeyserSoze_

@ProdigalX
Holy cow, you’ve made a somewhat funny joke!

tam124

Can You Please Upload “The Gift (Atiye)” Season 1 and 2 in English Dubbing or Turkish-English Dual Audio?