Detected quality : DVDRip
Genre : Drama
Release Date : 12 October 2016 (Mill Valley Film Festival)
Language : English
Country : USA
Manchester by the Sea.2016.DVDRip.Full.Movie – Two brothers and their destiny, In movies, life crises often have a dramaturgical function: they are to be mastered so that in the end for the heroes the sun shines again. But the director and screenwriter Kenneth Lonergan is constantly underscoring the expectation of an emotionally torn course in this story Manchester by the Sea, which plays in the title-giving American East Coast. Lee Chandler (Casey Affleck), a shattered caretaker who never laughs or gets into a flirt, is recalled to his home town of Manchester by the Sea. When he arrives at the clinic where his heartbroken brother Joe (Kyle Chandler) is, he is already dead. At the opening of the will, Lee is horrified that Joe has appointed him the legal guardian of his 16-year-old son Patrick (Lucas Hedges). He wanted Lee to live in Manchester again. But the brother can not imagine this, after all that happened here. At first glance, the world seems to be fine in this little town with the pretty wooden houses. But behind the cozy facades one does not expect the intact family life. The story of the brothers Chandler tells of an America of the small people, who do not want to go high, but only come about the rounds. There are evil destiny, illness, alcoholism, parental failure. Neither Joe’s marriage nor Lee’s. While Lee lives for a while in Joe’s house to discuss with Patrick what to do for him, Manchester by the Sea the memories of his life take him with his wife Randi (Michelle Williams) and the three young children. The evidence that Lees has an important reason from the beginning depressed, Manchester by the Sea even depressive mood, are sparsely scattered, but the curiosity for the early drumbeat of the revelation is effective. It is tremendously exciting to follow this gradual deepening into the atmosphere of the place and the emotional world of the main character. The harsh impositions of the reality, which the director takes so closely into the eye, are reflected in the inhospitable climate of the winter: always falls snow, he remains in the front gardens, the cold rages the water in the harbor and leaves Lee and Patrick bibber, As they search for the parked car. Lee’s new task distracts him in a way from the great tragedy of his life, which has not grown much grass here. The relationship between uncle and nephew is anything but smooth, Manchester by the Sea but these conflicts are permeated by his dialogue. The 16-year-old Lee is astonished because he has two friends. Lucas Hedges plays the teenager as a bright little fellow who feels the strange uncle without false respect for the tooth. But in this wintry rigidity, the hope of happy additions does not grow into the sky. Casey Affleck’s game is captivating, but also monotonous with increasing duration. Then it reminds of James Franco’s representation of a similar figure in Wim Wenders’ “Everything Will Be Fine”. Lonergan peered through the family album with the two brothers, who were so close in difficult times. A rich soundtrack with songs from different epochs, with classic pieces and jazz, emphasizes how much these characters of life are drawn to his heart. This is also shown by the Mondestil with its numerous, often only short flashbacks, which are recorded as colorful threads and interwoven in the narrative. The epic quality of the film Manchester by the Sea is impressive, but for its exaggerated length of two hours and 15 minutes, their juice is not enough.