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Peak: The Rescuers 2011

Peak: The Rescuers (2011)

AKA : Gaku | Gaku: Minna no Yama
Year : 2011
Country: Japan
Language : Japanese
Subtitle(s) : English (custom subbed by Eric Paroissien)
Film Genre : Drama
IMDB : Peak : The Rescuers
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DVD Source :  DVD9 from Avallach
Ripper : gandarloda
Video format : AVI – XVID – 2 pass
Video Bitrate : 1314 Kbps 
Aspect Ratio : 2.35 : 1
Resolution : 672 x 288
Audio Format : AC3
Audio Bitrate : 448 Kbps (DD 5.1)
Video Runtime:  2 hour 5 min
Frame Rate : 23.976 fps 

Director : Osamu Katayama
Cast : Shun Oguri, Masami Nagasawa, Atsuro Watabe, Takuya Ishida, Kuranosuke Sasaki, Yoshie Ichige, Nao Okabe, Manabu Hamada


Peak: The Rescuers is exactly what you expect, a movie about mountain rescuers saving people in the face of adversity and dangerous weather conditions. In delivering as expected, the film succeeds without any major fireworks, but rather going the safe route of efficiency and effectiveness. The film is ably aided by an extremely charismatic performance from lead actor – Shun Oguri, which allows the film to storm through the audiences' minds at a million miles an hour. Director Osamu Katayama does extremely well in setting up a tense finale through some excellent build up work, Although, Peak: The Rescuers is easily inspiring, the film lacks an emotional punch and the result is definite failure to fully engage the audience in the proceedings. Another flaw is the constant cutting of rescue sequences or in particular the non-showing of the much awaited amputation scene. Gruesome and cruel it may seem, but of the actual scene is shown, the emotional engagement level will undoubtedly increase. 

In saying that, Peak: The Rescuers is by no means a bad movie as it pretty much delivers as per expectation. In fact, this is a film that could have been great, if only for the emotional engagement factor. Still, the film ends on a good note: "What do you never ever abandon? Life." Go Sanpo! 





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