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Sound of Metal 2020 123movies

Sound of Metal 2020 123movies

Music was his world. Then silence revealed a new one.Nov. 20, 2020121 Min.
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Watch: Sound of Metal 2019 123movies, Full Movie Online – Keeping at bay his inner demons by devoting himself to art, metal drummer, Ruben, has been living for the moment for the past four years. Then, while on tour with his lead-singer/girlfriend, Lou, Ruben realises that his hearing is rapidly deteriorating. As this sudden hearing loss turns his world upside down, and numbing fear paired with angry denial take over, Ruben reluctantly accepts to join a small deaf community overseen by Joe, a compassionate Vietnam War veteran. Now, Ruben needs to find some solid ground, understand that being deaf is not a handicap and that deafness isn’t something to fix. But, is Ruben willing to accept his new life and learn how to be deaf?.
Plot: Metal drummer Ruben begins to lose his hearing. When a doctor tells him his condition will worsen, he thinks his career and life is over. His girlfriend Lou checks the former addict into a rehab for the deaf hoping it will prevent a relapse and help him adapt to his new life. After being welcomed and accepted just as he is, Ruben must choose between his new normal and the life he once knew.
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7.7/10 Votes: 128,269
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82/100 | MetaCritic
N/A Votes: 1971 Popularity: 20.32 | TMDB

Reviews:


‘Sound of Metal’ is a unique cinematic experience that has consumed my every thought in the days since my viewing, and should be on the radars of anyone wanting to catch one of the best films this year. If you’re lucky enough to get the opportunity to see it on a big screen, take it as soon as you can. Movies like this do not come around very often.
– Ashley Teresa

Read Ashley’s full article…
https://www.maketheswitch.com.au/article/review-sound-of-metal-a-touching-cinematic-triumph

Review By: SWITCH.

Highly recommend!

Riz Ahmed gives an incredible performance as Ruben, not only did he make me care immensely for the character but he also makes Ruben feel like a real person. You can tell he put a tonne of effort into this and it really does show.

Away from Ahmed, Olivia Cooke (Lou) and Paul Raci (Joe) are also very good performers, while it’s nice to see Lauren Ridloff (Diane) involved – she’s great in ‘The Walking Dead’, while she is soon to be in the MCU’s ‘Eternals’ as well.

So much heart to this. I couldn’t possibly say with 100% certainty for obvious reasons, but it seems to do a terrific job at telling the story that it intends to. That’s not always the case, so the filmmakers deserve praise for that – as well as for the sound design et al.

‘Sound of Metal’ is worthy of the hype, no question.

Review By: r96sk
Film Review: The Sound of Metal
The sound of trees, the sound of distant traffic, the sound of coffee dripping into a pot, Darius Marder’s directorial debut Sound of Metal is a study on the sounds of humanity, beauty and growth.

The film opens with a punk rock performance featuring only two musicians; the scene is loud and energetic with handheld camera movements capturing a woman vocalist and a man on the drums, resting behind them like a gunner sits before a 50 caliber turret. Darius Marder, being the writer of the 2012 punk masterpiece The Place Beyond The Pines, feels like a director with punk-rock origins in his veins, and a keen sense of sobering humanity within every frame. To be frank, I don’t think anyone other than Tyler Durden himself or Ryan Gosling could have helmed the leading role of this picture to the degree that the spectacular Riz Ahmed has. He turns the story of Ruben Stone, a drummer going deaf, into something eerily real and relatable.

As we get to know Ruben better, we learn that his partner on the stage is also his partner in crime and sweetheart Lou or Lulu (Olivia Cooke). Together, the two stir up astounding emotions and recall of our own young love and the stories that proceed it.

But this is Reuben’s story, and with each passing moment, his hearings fleeting disappearance becomes the main antagonist of the picture. Despite the brief takes of Rueben and Lulu’s hardships, which include faint hints of suicide, nothing is as hard as the reality of his own inevitable deafness. Yet, no matter how sad or trouble both of these protagonist’s life before the start of the film may be, I found it interesting and impressive that the director choose not to touch too much upon their backstories, and allowed these little nuances to add to a film telling a very clear and present, almost magnetic story about people in the now, present at this very moment.

While the film centres on the relationship between the two punk rock lovers, Sound of Metal begins unearthing the trails and tribulations of how a broke and passionate couple deal with such traumatic and realistic health scares.

While Reuben’s deafness worsens and his health rapidly begins to decline, his options are quite simple; either deal with his deafness and adapt his life to it, or perform an implant procedure that could resurrect his hearing, the latter, costing upwards of eighty thousand dollars.

Reminiscent of the first time I ever saw 127 Hours, the film’s sound is as crucial a characters as Rueben or Lulu. Vibrations throughout the film really gives the audience a sense of Rueben’s sonic displeasure and fleeting health-this fact alone gives worth to seeing Sound of Metal in a theatre. It is no surprise that the sound mixing and sound editing of the film is top notch, easily being comparable to Damien Chazelle’s debut feature film Whiplash.

Using very clever filming techniques, including cutting back and forth between regular dialogue and muffled ambience from Ruben’s perspective, Marder’s directorial choices seem very confident and seasoned, providing audiences with a cinematic movie-going experience. Truly heartbreaking and constantly upsetting, the film is as resilient as Rueben’s will to continue being a musician. Avoiding the advice of his doctors to omit loud noises, Ruben stubbornly ignores all caution, quickly and almost abruptly by showcasing a medium shot of him on stage, mid-show, raging on a drum solo; sweating with passion and the brass villain known as Rueben’s drum symbolls.

There are scenes of real heart in Sound of Metal. Rueben’s confession to Lulu being one of them, but also, the whole process of recovery is truly a humanistic milestone and cinematic feast of human endurance and love. Communicating via notepads, words and writing, Lulu and Rueben begin a journey together that they both know could depart their love for something that has made them closer, and ultimately, who they are as people. Bleak, brazen and loud as heck, Sound of Metal is also an optimistic energy rush of a film.

While Sound of Metal is, first and foremost, a love story, the story of love becomes unclear whether its towards that of Lulu, or the will to be a performer; a love of entertaining, a longing of drumming. Much like Whiplash, and Miles Teller’s finale scene in the film, the film is doused in the constant condensation of the dum set and Reuben’s tattooed body. This is a strong ode to the love of music, a love letter to the loud and obnoxious sounds of rock and roll and hard core metal.

Joining Ahmed and Cooke in this passion project, is the ultra-talented Paul Raci, a confidant to Rueben and Lulu seeing to recovering his health. Raci’s Joe provides the film with an outsiders look into the love and strong will Rueben has towards his craft and the people who trusts the most.

Marder’s debut feature is truly a wonder to behold. Showing confidence in every frame, Marder’s camera is placed frequently behind his protagonist’s shoulders, constantly heightening his profile and Rueben’s silhouette during his performances. This unseen method of capturing live music, along with his decision to capture their performances with the use of the documentary style shaky cam, adds a sense of uncertainty to the character and to the narrative as a whole.

Yet, as loud and vibrated Sound of Metal really is, there is a sense of tranquility to it. Clarity and intense scenes plagued in silence are some of the most captivating and devastatingly powerful, throughout. The quiet stillness that Rueben adapts as the film progresses, not only adds to the evolution of the character, but also the progression of the narrative and strength in Abraham Marder and Darius Marder’s script.

Sound of Metal is a rapturous, soulful, wildfire of a film that isn’t easy to tame, or ease, or really forget at all. A truly transitional, transcendent and soul-searching cinematic experience, that will devastate you, crush you and echo throughout your memory, well after the credits begin to roll. Metallic, brilliant and raw, Sound of Metal along with Ahmed’s sobering as an ice-bath performance is a kinetic and electrifying cinematic movie-going experience. Spellbinding, atmospheric and alluring, Sound of Metal is a triumph in art.

Review By: lucasnochez
Saving (and accepting) ourselves
Confession: I’m a total sucker for recovery stories – maybe it is the former social worker in me. Now, some people might suggest this movie’s about music or the deaf community, but I honesty believe it is about saving (and accepting) ourselves. It is about the addictions that define us, whether we’re embracing or surrendering them…and the people that help heal us along the way. In other words, it IS a recovery story. And it is also flawlessly done. The performances are intimate, the sounds/silences keep drawing you in, and the moments of stillness are absolutely breathtaking. Marder’s crafted something that feels so personal and authentic, an invitation into these characters’ lives and experiences. When the credits rolled, I just sat there taking it in.
Review By: cliftonofun

Other Information:

Original Title Sound of Metal
Release Date 2020-11-20
Release Year 2019

Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr (120 min), 2 hr 10 min (130 min) (Toronto International) (Canada)
Budget 0
Revenue 516520
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Drama, Music
Director Darius Marder
Writer Darius Marder, Abraham Marder, Derek Cianfrance
Actors Riz Ahmed, Olivia Cooke, Paul Raci
Country United States
Awards Won 2 Oscars. 91 wins & 175 nominations total
Production Company Caviar
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.39 : 1
Camera Aaton Penelope, Sigma Cine Lenses
Laboratory FotoKem Laboratory, Burbank (CA), USA (processing)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak Vision3 50D 5203, Vision3 250D 5207, Vision3 500T 5219)
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (4K) (master format), Techniscope (source format)
Printed Film Format D-Cinema

Sound of Metal 2020 123movies
Sound of Metal 2020 123movies
Sound of Metal 2020 123movies
Sound of Metal 2020 123movies
Sound of Metal 2020 123movies
Sound of Metal 2020 123movies
Sound of Metal 2020 123movies
Sound of Metal 2020 123movies
Sound of Metal 2020 123movies
Sound of Metal 2020 123movies
Original title Sound of Metal
TMDb Rating 7.745 1,971 votes

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