His co-workers don't associate with and mistrust him because of not knowing what is going on in his life that has led to his emaciated physical appearance. No one at the factory knows of Ivan and there are no records of him. He has an obsessive compulsion to write himself reminder notes and keep track of his dwindling weight, both scribbled on yellow stickies in his apartment. Back at work his co-workers are angry with him, seeing him as a jinx. Having seen him in his previous films it's hard to be prepared for what he looks like here. This is the lastet print with good audio.
Released Date: 3 December 2004. Miller doesn't understand why Trevor's so upset but eventually he gets tired of Trevor screaming at him, punches Trevor in the gut and tells him to leave. As Trevor goes on a search for evidence as to. This is no ordinary insomnia…. Now, here's an eggheaded thing, but did anyone notice the constant stream of Dostoyevsky references in the movie? As Trevor goes on a search for evidence as to.
Trevor is starting to believe there is a conspiracy against him. The man approaching with the flashlight is Ivan. Trevor has lost the ability to sleep. He never knew Marie and Nicholas if those are their real names. He starts to become paranoid, wondering if his co-workers have it out for him. This movie is available in Hindi Dual Audio. The storyline leaves a little to be desired.
The set up is perfect. His appearance and behavior keep his coworkers away, and they eventually turn against him when he is involved in an accident which causes his coworker, Miller, to lose his left arm. A detective informs Trevor that the plates belong to a car that was owned by Trevor and reported completely destroyed by him one year before. In the audience was director Brad Anderson, and i think he very much appreciated how the film was received by the rest of the audience. Synopsis Trevor Reznik is a machinist in a factory.
One thing that does stand out is how reminiscent of Alfred Hitchcock this film plays. Soon he doesn't know what's real or not. If you are looking for a typical popcorn Hollywood thriller, this is not what you are looking for. We Provide Direct Google Drive Download Links For Fast And Secure Downloading. Did anyone spot the sign in the Ghost Train sequence which read Crime And Punishment? While it creates its mood excellently, it does tend to plod along a little too much. It's adorable how the movie constantly establishes new plot points without ever getting tedious. A workplace incident further alienates him with his coworkers, and in conjunction with some unfamiliar pieces of paper he finds in his apartment, Trevor believes that someone or some people - probably one or some of his coworkers - are out to get him, using a phantom employee named Ivan as their front.
The rest of the cast also do a good job, strengthening the overall strange mood of the film. Jones invites Trevor to play cards with the boys but Trevor declines, and Jones remarks that Trevor doesn't socialize the way he used to, another clue that all is not right in Trevor's world. Christian Bale takes things to the extreme in his embodiment of his character. He walks out the door, leaving a tip in her jar. There are some twists and turns along the way that might not be all that obvious and you should be able to enjoy them without being told too much. Overall, I would recommend this film, but not to casual movie-goers.
He has an obsessive compulsion to write himself reminder notes and keep track of his dwindling weight, both scribbled on yellow stickies in his apartment. She wants to know why Trevor shows up at the airport so late at night and teasingly asks if he's running away from something. An extreme case of insomnia has led to him not sleeping in a year, and his body withering away to almost nothing. He keeps it as proof that Reynolds knows Ivan. He says he is a new worker, covering for Trevor's friend, Reynolds. They ask him what happened. He accuses them all of playing along in the conspiracy.
He says Ivan must have distracted him. He follows and has a fight with Ivan. I recomend for everyone who like mystery ,psiholog. Afterwards Trevor sees Ivan leaving the scene and he pursues him by car, but Ivan escapes. I saw this film at the Stockholm International Film Festival in November 2004.
No one at the factory knows of Ivan and there are no records of him. Trevor has no idea what is going on. His co-workers don't associate with and mistrust him because of not knowing what is going on in his life that has led to his emaciated physical appearance. In many ways, Reznik is on a path to discovery; it may not be the 'discovery' as me and you would relate to other films, but what is clear is that Reznik is trying to 'discover' what is happening to him. A mysterious series of post-it notes appear on his refrigerator, depicting a game of hangman.
She is dismayed by the extent of his injuries and urges him to see a doctor, which he refuses to do. This film is about a man Christian Bale working in a heavy industry. As the story goes on it gets hard to believe that the ending will be able to explain everything and you start pondering that there can only be one possible conclusion for all the weird events. Haunted, brave, vulnerable, murderous but also very moving. Haunted by a deformed co-worker who no one seems to think exists, and an ongoing stream of indecipherable Post-It notes he keeps finding on his fridge, he attempts to investigate what appears to be a mysterious plot against him and, in the process, embroils two women in his madness.