Its 1955. Frank and April Wheeler, in the seventh year of their marriage, have fallen into a life that appears to most as being perfect. They live in the Connecticut suburbs with two young children. Frank commutes to New York City where he works in an office job while April stays at home as a housewife. But theyre not happy. April has forgone her dream of becoming an actress, and Frank hates his job - one where he places little effort - although he has never figured out what his passion in life is. One day, April suggests that they move to Paris - a city where Frank visited during the war and loved, but where April has never been - as a means to rejuvenate their life. Aprils plan she would be the breadwinner, getting a lucrative secretarial job for one of the major international organizations, while Frank would have free time to find himself and whatever his passion. Initially skeptical, Frank ultimately agrees to Aprils plan. When circumstances change around the Wheelers, April decides she will do whatever she has to to get herself out of her unhappy existence.
|Revolutionary Road Movie(DivX)||Resolution: 608x256 px||Total Size: 683 Mb|
|Revolutionary Road Movie(DVD)||Resolution: 720x576 px||Total Size: 1926 Mb|
|Revolutionary Road Movie(HD 720)||Resolution: 1280x544 px||Total Size: 4475 Mb|
|Revolutionary Road Movie(iPod)||Resolution: 480x384 px||Total Size: 349 Mb||
|Revolutionary Road Movie(HD)||Resolution: 852x368 px||Total Size: 581 Mb||
We have taken some photos of "Revolutionary Road". They represent actual movie quality.
So why do I give it 9 out of ten? Because watching it was not exactlyan enjoyable experience and I would not recommend this to everyone. ButSam Mendes may be the best director working in Hollywood today. Eachand every performance in this film is nothing short of brilliant. KateWinslet gives her best performance to date here and I think the samecan be said of Leo. Though I continue to admire the hell out of almosteverything that he has done. Michael Shannon should have gotten somesort of supporting actor nod. His character of John Givings as sort ofthe Id personified was probably the most difficult part in the film andhe just did an outstanding job. I could go on and on,just don't make meever see the film again.
I guess Sam Mendes is a pretty dependable director. This is a nearperfect movie. One of the heavy, sad themes of the movie is "letting go of your innerchild". There are people that are fortunate enough to be put inpositions that allow them to keep this part of themselves alive fortheir entire lives, but the truth is that isn't usually the case.The movie is a tale of 2 wonderful, creative, intelligent peoplebasically being torn to pieces by everything that forms our world. Inthe end, I feel that behind it all, if Kate and Leo's characters wereallowed to do exactly what they wanted to with their lives, they wouldhave stayed in love and in a healthy relationship until death.Unfortunately, life does not always allow people to do whatever they'vealways dreamed of doing. That rarely seems to be the case, sadlyenough. So here, you are presented with the demise of their love story. Yes, itis as depressing as you would assume it is and as depressing as peopletell you it is. This movie sums up the biggest obstacle in life. What is ultimately the most dependable source of happiness in life?LOVE. What is the number one obstacle that gets in the way of makingLOVE last? LIFE ITSELF. Everything else...It's a heavy movie and it certainly isn't going to make you feel great,but HELLO, this is a realistic portrayal of just what is going on everyday. This is a struggle that ANYONE with a heart and a brain has todeal with, and therefore it is a universally powerful film. Of course there couldn't be much better candidates to star than Leo andKate, they both made it beyond believable. Viewers complain that theycouldn't get into the movie because they didn't like the characters - Ithink they need to realize that even the best people can go intopsychotic, helpless, horrible phases once life has them by the balls. I also loved "the lunatic" who wasn't a lunatic at all just simply aman who had the world figured out a little too intensely and could seeright through it, therefore had lost his desire to be a part of thesystem. Unfortunately there are people like all over the world. It'sunfortunate that sometimes the most intelligent ones are the ones wholose the desire to maintain a "stable life". In the 50's I don't thinkthis was as common as it seems to be now, so I guess they put him in aloony bin for his views... I got along with him great though!!!Sam Mendes knew exactly what he was doing. That's all I have to say.Blaaaaaa this movie just tackled so many of the most powerful andengaging things in life that I cannot stress how good it was. I couldgo on and on but I'm going to stop myself right here. I want to see itagain, right now. God dammit.
The cinematic equivalent of watching a balloon deflate slowly, agonizingly, through a microscopic pinprick.
This bleak, bleak film was hard for me to watch. Leonardo DiCaprioabsolutely mesmerized me as Frank Wheeler, and the supporting cast wasphenomenal. Kathy Bates and Kathryn Hahn were heartbreaking; MichaelShannon was alternately dead and manic as the certified insane versionof Frank and April Wheeler (April was played by Kate Winslet). But I'mgetting ahead of myself.Frank meets April and they get married. April has dreams of becoming anactress, but she's lousy. Leonardo DiCaprio's attempt to soothe Aprilwhile blowing off her ambitions was utterly believable. DiCaprio'sFrank is a shallow jerk with no soul and no ambition. I didn't knowDiCaprio was this good. "Revolutionary Road" shows their lives togetherin the Fifties, as they end up in the march of grey flannel suits ingrey, sterile lives. Shannon's character, John Givings, gives voice totheir hopeless emptiness. Frank and April make a big decision to blowit all off, move to Paris, and live a happy, fulfilling life. Aprilactually has a plan, and it looks like she can pull it off. Her dreamof being an actress may have foundered, but getting out of the rut ofsuburban Connecticut, office life in Manhattan, and forced parties andentertainment definitely looks doable. The characters in this movie are relentlessly human. From thebeginning, Frank has no real appreciation for April's dreams, but heeventually realizes she's a human being with some feelings. They havetwo kids, and Frank wants to be a good father to them, and succeeds forthe most part. He's not perfect; neither is April; but who is? As theyears pass, Frank seems to be more aware of April's needs, lessinclined to dismiss her. I watched their ups and downs, but there was aserious note throughout that kept me edgy, upset. Thomas Newmans' musicechoed the tension without being tense; his theme was brilliant, spare.The picture of life in the Fifties shown in this film is stultifying,claustrophobic, suppressive. One had to give parties, one had to dresscorrectly, one had to say the right things ("Oh! You shouldn't have!This is _too_ good!") - one had to conform. Frank had the peer pressureof conforming at the office, and April had the wifely peers pressuringher at the home. This kind of pressure makes diamonds. Or it crushessouls. It was a pressure that welded Frank and April into one crushedsoul.April doesn't seem to realize consciously her need to get out of theFifties; Frank doesn't have that need at all, but he goes along becausehe intuits that it's a requirement. April has their tickets, theirpassports, and their dreams all in her hand, ready to go. She even hasher job lined up. She'll support them while Frank looks after the kidsand looks for work. I watched April's happiness with dread. It's theFifties. Wives didn't work. Wives didn't support the family. Winslet'sApril has the brains and the ambition, the soul, that Frank lacks. Butit's the Fifties. There's nowhere for her to go with it. There'snowhere for a woman's dreams."Revolultionary Road" is powerfully subtle. And the end I was leftdrained. Empty. There's no Hollywood ending here. I kept thinking ofRick telling Ilsa, "We'll always have Paris." In "Revolutionary Road,"I knew they'd never have Paris.
I normally like Leonardo DiCaprio movies, but I don't like this one. It's about a couple living in suburban Connecticut. They are moving up in the world. They are taking some major risks in order to achieve their dreams. Things don't work out the way they expected. This movie is acted out very well. The thing I don't like is the story. Kate Winslet's character is extremely emotionally disturbed. She attempts suicide multiple times and successfully gives herself an abortion in the bathroom with a vacuum cleaner. That kinda stuff is really hard to watch. So unless you want to feel emotionally wrecked, avoid this movie. I dislike this movie, but to be totally fair I'm giving it 3 stars because of the amazing production quality, script, and acting.
Wow I am shocked at how bad this film was! It was a boring, pointless 2 hour pain that I am surprised has gotten so many great reviews. I think many posters on here miss the point when people like me complain about the movie. I thought Winslet was okay, but seemed mannered and annoying. DiCaprio was just flat out annoying in this. He sounded like a 15 year-old boy at his first high school play. Both actors seemed, again, far too young to be playing these characters.The film lacks story arc, structure, and most importantly...CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT! One of the first things they teach you in film school (Mr. Mendes) is that you need to have CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT to make your audience care about what's happening to the people on screen. This movie opens up with Kate and Leo fighting. We don't care about the fight, however, because we don't know who the hell these people are. As the movie progresses, we still don't see anything hint about who these people are. He works at a boring job. She's a housewife. Gee, like we never have seen one of these stories be told before. And then- nothing happens! There's no plot! The movie is an excuse for Winslet and DiCaprio to have yelling matches together. It's like watching a VH1 reality show shot in 35mm. What's more, we don't feel or care about the characters. When ever Winslet cried, I cringed. It's being touted as one of her best performances? Really? I thought it was mannered, controlled and whiny. She's done billions times better then this stuff. And DiCaprio is just flat-out BAD. Perhaps I would think they did better jobs if I cared at all about the movie's premise.On top of this, the film is morbidly predictable, and cliché. (SPOILER!) When Kate is "Upset" one morning, and having a fit in the kitchen, Leo asks her what's wrong. It's so blatantly obvious she's pregnant, and having "Morning Cramps". And then of course, she says she wants an abortion. I knew what was going to happen before it did. Mendes, a master of storytelling with American BEAUTY and ROAD TO PERDITION, fails so low here I almost feel bad for him. Every shot of this movie looks like its designed for Academy Awards in the Art Direction and Cinematography department. But there's no substance at all to the storytelling. Every shot is a silhouette or closeup of boring dramatic angles that mean nothing other then to have dumb audiences go "Oooo, now that's a great camera angle." If this movie gets nominations from the Oscars (which it will), I will know its because those voters haven't seen the movie yet, and are voting for it on name bases alone.FINAL GRADE: F
This review is from: Revolutionary Road (Amazon Instant Video) Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio reunite as a suburbanite couple in this deeply pessimistic film. I found this to be the culmination of the empty, spiritual-less road in which we are headed. Kate Winslet stars as the unfulfilled wife of a typical 9 to 5, hates his job, cheating husband in Leonardo DiCaprio.Dreams of moving to Paris and starting anew has re-invigorated Winslet's character, Amy. Especially after her husband Frank agrees to go along with it. You can tell that Frank is never totally on board. He is trying to please Amy, but when she gets pregnant Frank finds a loophole in getting out of it. Amy is devestated and is even willing to abort the pregnancy to keep her dream alive. Frank becomes livid when he learns of her intentions and their marriage begins to spiral out of control.There is no reason to watch this movie a second time. It is a startling, hopeless situation with no real solution. The acting is very good and you will be affected in one way or another.
Warning! Warning! Earnestness approaching! Danger! Danger! Who are these people?? Leo looks about 12 years old, and Kate looks like his mother (and, from certain angles, like his father). Leo squints, and then flies off the handle. Kate frowns, has no hobbies, no friends, and no believable character. Even her hair colour is unconvincing. Rather than being immersed in the world of the story, we are forced to watch these actors act. They speak in arch dialogue and emote. It's like watching a bad play. And it goes on for two hours.Oh, the pain! The pain! It's all so earnest. You can almost hear the actors commending each other for their work and feeling lucky to be working with, or married to, such an important director and picking out what clothes they will wear to Oscar ceremonies. What is more, in the best Hollywood tradition, mental illness, replete with references to electro-convulsive therapy, is wheeled in and we, the impressionable audience, are invited to laugh. In an interview available on [...], Sam Mendes congratulates himself on a job well done. He also thinks the film contains "emotional truth". Given the above, is Mr.Mendes: a) serious? b)very serious? c)too serious? d)a bubble-headed booby?The film would have been far more succesful if it had ended with Kate running away with the robot from the original TV series of Lost in Space (the sex scenes would have been more interesting too, and the social commentary less self-conscious). Indeed, if the neighbours had been the entire space-family Robinson, then I would have enjoyed the film immensely. As it was, like Dr.Zachary Smith, I was filled with the desire to return to planet Earth as quickly as possible.
"Revolutionary Road" is brought to life by the extraordinary performances of Leonardo Di Capria (Frank Wheeler) and Kate Winslet (April Wheeler). The movie portrays a young couple who are stuck in a rut and decide at one point to make a major change in their lives and move from Connecticut to Paris. This sounds all well and good, but then various new options and obstacles begin to mount. He's offered a better paying job, and she gets pregnant, and so instead of being able to make a break for a new life the prison of their lives begins to get tighter. It is apparent early on that April is unhappy with her life. On the other hand Frank seems resigned to his vacuous life. April is frustrated with their lives and grows resentful of Frank's complacency. There is a chilling scene, the morning after their big argument, when Frank comes to breakfast. April acts like one of the Stepford wifes, behaving with utmost perfection, like a dutiful wife, as if nothing ever happened the night before. Frank seems bewildered, but relieved, and doesn't seem to think too much about what his wife's chilling transformation could mean.Sam Mendes (Road to Perdition, American Beauty) beautifully directs this movie, which initially seems trapped in the inertia of its all too idealized depiction of 1950's America, but then Mendes takes us down this disturbing path where everything that is too perfect, sterile and bland is revealed as a kind of prison for this couple, and this facilitates in highlighting the underlining tension between Frank and April. This is a monumental movie that takes its time in order to weave it web.
A lot of people who see this film will probably think of that line from "Walden" by Thoreau: "The mass of people lead lives of quiet desperation." Although that line is fitting for his film, I think there was more to it than just that. To tell you the truth, I think the main character was April Wheeler. She reminded me of Nora in "A Doll's House" by Ibsen: she was fiercely independent and trapped within the confines of society during the '50s. I think one of the reasons she was attracted to her future husband, Frank, was because of his feelings of independence and not being afraid to live life to its fullest. But then things happen and people change. April gets pregnant and suddenly finds herself as a Susie-homemaker somewhere out in the suburbs of Connecticut. One moment she has dreams of becoming the next Katharine Hepburn on Broadway, and the next moment she is hosting a tea party for the ladies' auxiliary club in her living room. She is not happy with her life. Frank, on the other hand, is doing well in his life: he's got a wife and kids, a recent promotion that pays a bundle, and some "afternoon delight" on the side. He's not as anxious or unhappy with his life. So what do we have here? Someone who keeps dwelling on the past (April) and someone who is looking towards the future (Frank). It's no wonder the Wheelers are constantly at each other's throats. What I liked about this film was its acute observation of a marriage. How some people in a marriage learn to grow up, accept responsibility, and get on with their lives. And how other people are fiercely independent, were never meant to get married, and never learn to get on with their lives. I realize our society dictates that as humans, we should study hard, go to college, find a job, and get married and have kids. But who's to say that is meant for everybody? It may have been all right for Frank, but certainly not April. "Revolutionary Road" questions the whole structure of our society and that is what I found so brilliant about it. It was unafraid to explore these issues.
This is NO DOUBT the worst movie that i have ever seen in my whole entire life hands down!!!!!!!!!! its so terrible. i dont even have words to describe how terrible that movie was. DONT watch it. The whole movie all the actors so is argue and there is no point to the movie at all. Its horrible ending with no purpose. i hated it. i definitely would never ever under any circumstance recommend this movie. im so disappointed.
Most of us remained with the Jack/Rose feeling from Titanic and seeingthe most perfect on screen couple like this was most likely a shockingappearance. I didn't thought about this side of a story between Leo andKate, but honestly was not that awful as I expected to be. Yes, it wassad and tragic, but I don't know why I couldn't feel that magic that Ifelt watching Titanic. The fight scenes were intense and that wereprobably the parts that delivered the seriousness of the situation, butexcept for that it was a pretty weak story. I understood that it wasinspired from a book. I haven't heard of it nor read it so I can'tjudge the storyline properly, but as a viewer I thought the story waspretty weak and poor written. The actors acted fantastic, Leo and Katewere brilliant as always, I always loved those two and still love them.They delivered their characters with talent and passion and I wasimpressed by their performance even in this unfortunate couple state.It wasn't their fault that I didn't found the movie over allimpressive, it was the screenplay which I think, thought more wiselywould have been great.Worth watching for sure though. Especially if you are a Leo or Katefan. Or both.
This is what I felt when I completely watched this movie. I hate thecharacters in this movie, because it's so real and remind me the samethings that I and my partner did in the past, just like Frank and Aprildid. You will feel embarrass because we thought we could makerevolutionary road in our relationship but we can't, just like in thismovie. It's like a ceremony of tragedy in our life, so empty, painful,and regretful.The movie is especially for the people who have already made a longrelationship with someone who they loved. The movie teaches us abouthow weak and vulnerable the relation is and you still cannot solve ituntil something bad happen and you just cry. I was definitely angryafter I watched this movie.On the other hand, we should give a deep appreciation to this movie.The characters are so real, like we watch our long relationship, soboring, full of angry and misery. This movie uses straight dialog and Isalute the mimic of the actors and actress. The plot of the story andthe melodrama of this movie are amazing and perfect. Watch it then youcan feel how you love and hate at the same time. It is just the onlymovie.
Picked it up from the library, for free, and was still disappointed.Horribly uneven writing, horribly uneven acting. When both are good,the suspension of disbelief is in effect and it is about a five starmovie. When either is down, it is like watching takes that should havebeen cut. When both are down it is embarrassing. Good stars attract,but the end product is simply not worth your time. My best guess isthat the stars are simply too nice to relate to the characters and socannot pull off believable performances. My wife and I were rooting forit to end. Do yourself a favor, go to the library and pick up and watchMadmen instead!
Revolutionary Road is Sam Mendes fourth (or fifth?) film, and as youcan expect, the film looks visually exquisite. But I'm not going tostart talking about cinematography here. I'm going to start talkingabout how Revolutionary Road is Sam's weakest film. The praise and hatethe movie is receiving puzzles me. For starters, Revolutionary Road isa movie that depends on performances, not story or script; What youmostly see for almost 2 hours is two good looking people duking it outover their unhappiness, their wasted lives, their BORING lives, thechances they missed and wished they had, etcetera, etcetera. It isdefinitely not a movie for everyone, but that doesn't mean that youhave to 'get' the movie in order to hype it up for everyone else. As Isaid, the movie is about performances, nothing more, nothing less.Two young people fall in love one night, get married, have children,and start to question if they really love each other. The premise ofRevolutionary Road is based on a novel that I have no intention ofreading, let alone comparing to the movie. Between infidelities andbroken dreams, it is all about the 'realistic' aspect of the marriagebetween Leo and Kate, which is why I guess many people love this one.On the other hand, we have the requisite over-blown dramatic sequenceswhich apparently turned off most of the professional critics andcommenter's here in IMDb. I am in the middle.I appreciate Sam's extreme attention and detail to the ups and downs ofmarriage, but what I don't appreciate is the little things in between.For some reason, we have Michael Shannon telling Leo and Kate thereality of the situation IN THEIR FACE, in order for them to understandwhat is really going on. Then we have an unnecessary love issue betweenthe Wheeler's neighbor with Kate that goes on as subtle as Pink Floydgiving a free concert in Times Square. And an ending that teaches usthat marriage is not what the magazines make you believe it is. Or theAmerican Dream ads for that matter. After Jarhead, I really don'tunderstand why Sam wanted to tackle this project in the first place.The script is incredibly simple, and it isn't as great as many peoplehere are making you believe it is. What enhances the script, and themovie, are the performances, which are first-rate. I hate repeatingmyself, but it is the case I'm afraid.Kate Winslet is the talk of town this year, and I can see why, at leastin this movie. Her performance as bored and depressed April Wheeler isfantastic on almost all accounts. But as fantastic as Kate was, it wasLeo who definitely made me turn my head. He completely stole Kate'sthunder, COMPLETELY. And in Leo's quieter moments is where he shinesthe most. Why the hell did he get snubbed? What the hell are theAcademy smoking? I mean, is it really that hard to nominate a greatperformance? Jeez. The supporting cast is forgettable except for ofcourse Michael Shannon. Out of the four scenes he was in, he stole allfour of them. Who the hell is Michael Shannon? Quite possibly one ofthe most underrated actors working today, who alongside Ryan Goslingwill definitely go places in the near future. Thank the gods he has amuch deserved nomination.Revolutionary Road is like some of the movies released this year (GranTorino, Seven Pounds)- loved by many people, hated by many critics. Asa big fan of Sam Mendes, this was sort of let down. The script wasn'tanything special, and the movie is basically there for you to see Leo,Kate's and Shannon's performances, which is alright I guess. Far frombeing a bad movie, but it is also far from being a masterpiece. It isjust an above-average watch that you will either love or hate.6.8/10
"Revolutionary Road" is a serious downer, with one of the most depressing criticisms of suburbia ever seen in a film.However, we cannot blame Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet. They do a fantastic job as Frank and April Wheeler, raising the drama to the extreme. One will definitely wonder how on Earth the couple in the film stuck together for so many years.They play a couple living in Connecticut in a suburban home in the 1950s. Frank works at a mind-numbing cubicle, while April cares for the kids at home. From the start, Frank clearly hates his job and the suburbs.But when Frank comes home, April gives him the wonderful idea to move his family to Paris. His neighbors and his co-workers are not as thrilled, however. They find every opportunity to convince him to stay at their home on Revolutionary Road.At first glance, this appears to be a realistic version of "The Truman Show," minus all the high security gizmos. But "Revolutionary Road" takes a turn to the dark side as their family matters grow from bad, to worse, to almost unbearable.It's not as if the characters are completely off-the-hook and emotional. Kate Winslet plays her part masterfully as a mother who loathes Frank's overdependency on her. And DiCaprio is just as magnificent as an strict, two-timing husband lacking some moral values.No, it's just that the subject matter is too excessively dark. Whereas "American Beauty" has eloquent, poetic dialogue, "Revolutionary Road" plays out like an evil suburban soap opera. The high-strung tension in the film gets overwhelming near the end. In spite of the stylish direction by Sam Mendes, the gritty script will make people wonder how the hell this couple could ever get along in real life."Revolutionary Road" is still a great film, with classy 50s tunes and snappy outfits. But it might be a tad too dark, even for DiCaprio fans.
I couldn't help but feel disappointed when I walked out of the theaterfollowing "Revolutionary Road." My expectations were lofty because Iloved what Sam Mendes did with "American Beauty" (10/10) and I wasintrigued by "Jarhead" (7/10) as well. Of course the preliminary barwas set high for a film featuring both Leonardo DiCaprio and KateWinslet.And yet, I was underwhelmed by the final product that was"Revolutionary Road." No, this wasn't a clichÃ©d case of setting the barTOO high, because I always keep my pregame expectations in check.They're there, but I don't allow them to cloud my judgment.Mendes was fine; his mise en scene was a bit mundane and predictable,yet still mostly effective. I would like to have searched for moresubtlety when dealing with a director of Mendes' caliber, but it justwasn't there this time. Only shot that jumps out at me is the one ofthe sprinkler spout metaphorically separating April Wheeler from herfamily.As for the performances, I felt that Winslet slightly outperformed Leo.Not that that's especially relevant, because neither performance wasaward-worthy. I'm shocked that Winslet could take home two GoldenGlobes in one year, when one of those Globes was awarded for her workin this film. She was good, but not outstanding.I must tread carefully, though, because I shouldn't blame Winslet orDiCaprio for the shortcomings of the script. On the whole, the dialoguewas absolutely painful -- nothing original came for seemingly endlesssets of time. I'm aware that the screenplay was adapted from a novel,so perhaps the faults lie in the novel itself. Yet, that's not what I'mhearing from those who read and loved the book.I was intrigued by the general concept of the film, because we allstruggle with the internal conflict of our dreams vs. reality, and manyof us struggle with the comfortable suburbia vs. monotonous suburbiaconflict as well. But "Revolutionary Road" was overkill in both arenas.Just too much of the same throughout: calm before the storm, match, litmatch, explosion. Calm before the storm, match, lit match, explosion.Much of the repetition may have been intentional, but it simply wasn'teffective. How Roger Ebert gave "Revolutionary Road" four stars out offour, absolutely boggles my mind.This film is a 6/10, at best. If you love great cinema, you will bedisappointed. "Revolutionary Road" is a level below.
Frank Wheeler (Leonardo DiCaprio) and April Wheeler (Kate Winslet) meetcute as highly charged young adults in the big city. It's love at firstsight, and the director and actors do a fine job of making Frank andApril the perfect couple... not only to fall in love, but to have achance to break out of the straight jacket(s) of the era. Game on. Andmost of us are cheered with hope for them: she's an aspiring actressand he utters the lines above, i.e. "I want to feel things, really feelthem."From the gitgo, you have a feeling they're different, that they mayactually conquer the ubiquitous conformity of their Man in the GrayFlannel Suit times. ...For my complete review of this movie and for other movie and bookreviews, please visit my site TheCoffeeCoaster.com.Brian Wright Copyright 2009
Strong performances steer this 1950s marital drama out of a period-picture trap.
Version: U.S.A / Paramount / Region FreeAspect ratio: 2.40:1MPEG-4 AVC BD-50 / AACS / High Profile 4.1Running time: 1:59:01Movie size: 30,771,013,632 bytesDisc size: 44,193,650,261 bytesTotal bit rate: 34.47 MbpsAverage video bit rate: 26.71 MbpsDolby TrueHD Audio English 2934 kbps 5.1 / 48 kHz / 2934 kbps / 24-bit (AC3 Core: 5.1 / 48 kHz / 640 kbps)Dolby Digital Audio French 640 kbps 5.1 / 48 kHz / 640 kbpsDolby Digital Audio Spanish 640 kbps 5.1 / 48 kHz / 640 kbpsDolby Digital Audio English 224 kbps 2.0 / 48 kHz / 224 kbps / Dolby SurroundSubtitles: English, English SDH, French, Spanish, PortugueseNumber of chapters: 20#Audio Commentary by director and screenwriter#The Making of Revolutionary Road (HD - 29m:03s)#Richard Yates: The Wages of Truth (HD - 26m:04s)#Theatrical trailer (HD - 2m:14s)#8 Deleted Scenes (SD - 25m:14s)