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Detail IMDb 6. 6 Subtitles Files Peers Description Quote Technical information RUNTIME. 01:46:25 SIZE. 4. 36GB VIDEO CODEC. x264, 2pass, L4. 1 FRAMERATE. 23. 976 fps BITRATE. 5150kbps RESOLUTION. 1280x720 (16:9) AUDIO1. English AC3 5. 1 @ 640 kbps AUDIO2. Commentary track AAC 2. 0 q=0. 3 @ 80kbps SUBTITLES. English SDH CHAPTERS. Yes SOURCE. Blu-ray 1080p AVC DTS-HD MA 5. 1 -HDChina ENCODER. extreme94 THEATRE DATE. 03/09/2001 RELEASE DATE. 21/12/2011 x264 log: x264 [info] frame I:1120 Avg QP:11. 89 size:157265 x264 [info] frame P:37326 Avg QP:14. 37 size: 55172 x264 [info] frame B:114642 Avg QP:15. 48 size: 16334 Nội dung phim kể về quá trình lây lan nhanh chóng của một loại virus gây chết người và cuộc vật lộn giành giật sự sống của con người. Giữa khung cảnh hỗn loạn và đối diện bờ vực cái chết, mỗi người sẽ có cách hành xử và ứng phó ra sao? Câu trả lời sẽ xuất hiện sau những thước phim nghẹt thở. Title Contagion Year 2011 Genre Action Rating 6. 6 (209, 055 votes) Plot Soon after her return from a business trip to Hong Kong, Beth Emhoff dies from what is a flu or some other type of infection. Her young son dies later the same day. Her husband Mitch however seems immune. Thus begins the spread of a deadly infection. For doctors and administrators at the U. S. Centers for Disease Control, several days pass before anyone realizes the extent or gravity of this new infection. They must first identify the type of virus in question and then find a means of combating… Director Steven Soderbergh Casts Gwyneth Paltrow, Tien You Chui, Josie Ho, Daria Strokous, Matt Damon… Runtime 106 min.

Contagion Theatrical release poster Directed by Steven Soderbergh Produced by Michael Shamberg Stacey Sher Gregory Jacobs Written by Scott Z. Burns Starring Marion Cotillard Matt Damon Laurence Fishburne Jude Law Gwyneth Paltrow Kate Winslet Music by Cliff Martinez Cinematography Peter Andrews Edited by Stephen Mirrione Production company Participant Media Imagenation Abu Dhabi Double Feature Films Distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures Release date September 3, 2011 ( Venice) September 9, 2011 (United States) Running time 106 minutes Country United States Language English Budget 60 million Box office 135. 5 million [1] Contagion is a 2011 American thriller film [1] 2] 3] directed by Steven Soderbergh. Its ensemble cast includes Marion Cotillard, Bryan Cranston, Matt Damon, Laurence Fishburne, Jude Law, Gwyneth Paltrow, Kate Winslet, and Jennifer Ehle. The plot concerns the spread of a virus transmitted by fomites, attempts by medical researchers and public health officials to identify and contain the disease, the loss of social order in a pandemic, and finally the introduction of a vaccine to halt its spread. To follow several interacting plot lines, the film makes use of the multi-narrative "hyperlink cinema" style, popularized in several of Soderbergh's films. Soderbergh and screenwriter Scott Z. Burns had collaborated on The Informant! 2009. Following that film's release, Burns brought up the idea of producing a medical thriller film depicting the rapid spread of a virus, which was inspired by various pandemics such as the 2003 SARS epidemic and the 2009 flu pandemic. To devise an accurate perception of a pandemic event, Burns consulted with representatives of the World Health Organization as well as noted medical experts such as W. Ian Lipkin and Lawrence "Larry" Brilliant. Principal photography started in Hong Kong in September 2010, and continued in Chicago, Atlanta, London, Geneva, and San Francisco until February 2011. Contagion premiered at the 68th Venice Film Festival in Venice, Italy on September 3, 2011, and went on general release on September 9. The film was acclaimed by critics, who praised the narratives and the performances of various actors and actresses. It was also well received by scientists, who praised its accuracy. Commercially, the film was a box office success. Budgeted at 60 million, Contagion took 135 million in box office revenue during its theatrical run. Plot [ edit] Returning from a Hong Kong business trip, Beth Emhoff has a layover in Chicago to have sex with a former lover before returning to her family in suburban Minneapolis. She appears to have contracted a cold during her trip. Her six-year-old son from a previous marriage, Clark, also becomes symptomatic and is sent home from school. Beth's condition worsens and two days later she collapses with severe seizures. Her husband, Mitch, rushes her to the hospital, but she dies of an unknown cause. Mitch returns home and finds that Clark has also died from a similar infection. Mitch is put in isolation but seems to be immune to the disease. He is released and returns home to his teenaged daughter Jory. They face decaying social order and rampant looting of stores and homes. Mitch is unsure if Jory has inherited his immunity, his desire to protect his daughter and learns that his wife was cheating on him immediately prior to both her death and that of his stepson. In Atlanta, representatives of the Department of Homeland Security meet with Dr. Ellis Cheever of the CDC and express fears that the disease is a bio weapon intended to cause terror over the Thanksgiving weekend. Dr. Cheever dispatches Dr. Erin Mears, an Epidemic Intelligence Service officer, to Minneapolis to begin investigating. Mears traces the outbreak back to Emhoff while negotiating with local bureaucrats initially reluctant to commit resources for a proper public health response to the virus. Mears later becomes infected and dies. At the CDC, Dr. Ally Hextall determines the virus is a mix of genetic material from pig and bat viruses. Work on a cure stalls because scientists cannot discover a cell culture within which to grow the newly identified Meningoencephalitis Virus One (MEV-1. UCSF professor Dr. Ian Sussman violates orders from Cheever to destroy his samples, and identifies a usable MEV-1 cell culture using bat cells. Hextall uses the breakthrough to work on a vaccine. Other scientists determine the virus is spread by fomites, with a basic reproduction number of four when the virus mutates, with projections of one in twelve of the population being infected, and a 25-30% mortality rate. Conspiracy theorist Alan Krumwiede posts videos about the virus on his popular blog. In one video, he shows himself sick and later claims he recovered using a homeopathic cure derived from forsythia. In a panic, people seeking forsythia overwhelm pharmacies, spreading and accelerating the contagion as the infected come into contact with healthy people. Krumwiede's claims attract national attention. During a television interview he discloses that Dr. Cheever had secretly informed friends and family to leave Chicago just before the city was quarantined. Cheever is then informed the government will investigate and may charge him for leaking information. Later it is revealed Krumwiede had faked being infected by the virus in an attempt to increase profits for shareholders in companies producing and selling forsythia. Krumwiede is arrested for conspiracy and securities fraud. Using an attenuated virus Dr. Hextall identifies a possible vaccine. To cut out the lengthy time it would take to obtain informed consent from infected patients, Dr. Hextall inoculates herself with the experimental vaccine and immediately visits her gravely ill father, who has been infected with MEV-1. Hextall does not contract MEV-1 and the vaccine is declared a success. The vaccine's production is rapidly increased, but due to overwhelming demand, the CDC awards vaccinations by lottery based on birth date. Inoculations take place for one full year until every survivor is vaccinated. First responders, doctors and others designated by the government are declared exempt from the lottery. Cheever gives his fast-tracked MEV-1 vaccination to the son of a CDC janitor who had overheard Dr. Cheever's phone call warning his girlfriend to leave Chicago. Dr. Leonora Orantes, a WHO epidemiologist, travels to Hong Kong to follow the Beth Emhoff lead. She collaborates with Sun Feng and other local epidemiologists and public health officials; they identify Emhoff as the index case. As the virus spreads, Feng kidnaps Orantes to use her as leverage to obtain MEV-1 vaccine doses for his village. Orantes spends months living with the villagers until the vaccine is announced. Feng exchanges Orantes for the vaccine doses. Her colleague mentions that the exchanged doses were placebos and Orantes rushes away to warn them. The death toll reached 2. 5 million in the U. S. and 26 million worldwide. Hextall places samples of MEV-1 in cryogenic storage, alongside samples of H1N1 and SARS. The source of the virus is revealed to viewers. A bulldozer (coincidently, operating for the company Emhoff works for) knocks down a palm tree disturbing some bats, with one then flying over a pig pen and dropping a chunk of banana from its mouth, which was then eaten by a pig. Chinese chefs later collected pigs from the pen and took them to a casino where one chef was called away from his preparations of the piglet, casually wiping his hands on his apron. The chef then shook hands with Beth Emhoff, giving her the mix of bat and pig viruses that makes her the index case of MEV-1. Cast and characterizations [ edit] Marion Cotillard as Dr. Leonora Orantes, an epidemiologist with the World Health Organization Orantes' main objective is to trace the origins of the MEV-1 pathogen. Cotillard, a fan of Soderbergh's work, first met with the director in Los Angeles, California. [4] The French actress was enthralled with the script because she was "very concerned about germs. I've always been. scared, in a way, by all of those disease[s. So. it was really something I was really interested. 4] Soderbergh said that Orantes "gets dropped into situations and has to deal with cultural as well as scientific issues that are sometimes at odds" and notes that she has a "professional" yet stubborn, remote" and "dispassionate" demeanor, though "something happens to her in the course of the story that causes a significant emotional shift. 5] Matt Damon, a frequent collaborator of Soderbergh's, was chosen to portray Mitch Emhoff. Matt Damon as Mitch Emhoff Damon viewed his character as the embodiment of the "everyman"—an individual that is seen as "one of the human faces of the supervirus" following his wife and stepson's deaths. [5] Soderbergh also noted Mitch's "common individual" lack of medical and scientific knowledge, 5] though keeping the situation dynamic and compelling was challenging for the director, as he was concerned that Emhoff would be a one-dimensional character. Soderbergh felt that Damon understood the concept and addressed the producers' concerns. "You never catch him acting" said Soderbergh. "There's no vanity, no self-consciousness in his performance; it's as if the cameras aren't there. 5] Writer Scott Z. Burns sent him a copy of the script with a "read this and then go wash your hands" note attached to it. Damon recalled: I just really want to be in this movie. It was a terrific, riveting, really fast read and really exciting and really horrifying, but managed to be really touching. 6] Laurence Fishburne as Dr. Ellis Cheever Soderbergh admired Fishburne's ability to portray an emphatic and assertive figure in previous films. [5] To Fishburne, Cheever was a "smart. competent" physician who often epitomized a "voice of reason. 5] Once he conferred with W. Ian Lipkin, a virologist and professor at Columbia University, 7] the character's complexities were nonexistent for the actor. Fishburne stated, The personal stuff that I have as Ellis Cheever was telling my fiancée, soon-to-be wife, Sanaa Lathan, to get out of town, to leave, to pack up, to not talk. That's really easy. Any human being in that situation is going to do that, I think. 8] Jude Law as Alan Krumwiede Krumwiede is an ardent conspiracy theorist who, according to Law, is the so-called index patient for "what becomes a parallel epidemic of fear and panic. 5] We definitely wanted him to have a messianic streak" said Soderbergh, whom Law talked to during the character's creating process. The two men discussed the appearances and the behaviors of a typical anti-government conspiracy theorist. [5] Producer Gregory Jacobs commented that "what's interesting is that you're not really sure about him. Is the government really hiding something and does the herbal remedy he's talking about really work? I think we all suspect at one time or another that we're not getting the whole truth, and in that sense Krumwiede represents the audience's point of view. 5] Gwyneth Paltrow as Elizabeth "Beth" Emhoff A "working mom. as described by Paltrow, Beth is the central figure in the detective process. Despite being among the virus' first victims, Paltrow believed that Beth was "lucky" as she thought the disease's survivors were being left to deal with the newly difficult conditions of everyday life, such as finding food and potable water. [5] When on location in Hong Kong, Paltrow was instructed by Soderbergh to take photographs to be used in the film, and admitted she was apprehensive about the assignment. "I was just another tourist taking pictures" she said, and added, I did feel a little pressure. When Steven Soderbergh gives you a photo assignment, you had better come back with something decent. 5] Kate Winslet traveled to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, where she met with many of the employees to research her character. Kate Winslet as Dr. Erin Mears, an Epidemic Intelligence Service officer In researching her character, Winslet traveled to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta, Georgia, where she consulted with current and former officers of the Epidemic Intelligence Service to receive insight on not only the daily life, but on the type of person qualified for the occupation. "These are people who can be sent into war zones where there's been an outbreak of a new virus. Fear is not an option. If they feel it, they learn to push it aside. 5] Winslet felt that Mears was able to bring the epidemic "down to the layman's level" so the viewer could comprehend the scope of it without the science dragging the story down. [5] 9] Jennifer Ehle as Dr. Ally Hextall, a research scientist with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Soderbergh had seen Ehle's performance in Michael Clayton (2007) though it was ultimately cut prior to the film's release, and it prompted him to offer her a role in Contagion. He "had known who Jennifer was for a long time, and this didn't take a lot of thought, honestly. 8] Elliott Gould as Dr. Ian Sussman A research scientist at the University of California San Francisco, a medical campus, Sussman identifies a cell culture capable of growing the virus. Chin Han as Sun Feng Han spoke of his character's development: He starts off as a button-down, serious. government official, and then as the movie progresses. you find out a different side of him and his secret agenda. 10] Bryan Cranston as Rear Admiral Lyle Haggerty, United States Public Health Service Commissioned Corps John Hawkes as Roger, CDC custodian and acquaintance of Dr. Cheever Dan Flannery as Hextall's father Anna Jacoby-Heron as Jory Emhoff, daughter of Mitch Emoff Brian J. O'Donnell as Andrew, Jory's boyfriend Josie Ho as Li Fai's sister Sanaa Lathan as Aubrey Cheever, fiancée of Dr. Cheever Demetri Martin as Dr. David Eisenberg, CDC colleague of Dr. Hextall Armin Rohde as Damian Leopold, a WHO official Enrico Colantoni as Dennis French, a Department of Homeland Security official Larry Clarke as Dave, a Minnesota health official working with Dr. Mears Monique Gabriela Curnen as Lorraine Vasquez, a print journalist in San Francisco Amr Waked as Rafik Matt Motyka as Minnesota Body Burial Worker Production [ edit] Conception and writing [ edit] There's a scene in The Informant! where Matt (Damon) is watching Scott Bakula's character talk on the phone and Scott coughs on the phone, and there's this whole rant that Matt goes off on of 'Oh, great, now what happens? He gets sick and then I'm going to get it, my kids are going to get it. I've always been fascinated by transmissibility, so I said to Steven, I want to do an interesting thriller version of a pandemic movie' and he said, Great! Let's do that instead. ' Scott Z. Burns. [7] Concerted efforts to devise Contagion coincided with Burns' collaboration with Soderbergh in The Informant! 2009. 7] The duo had initially planned to create a biographical film on Leni Riefenstahl, a trailblazer in German cinema during the 1930s and a figure in the rise of the Nazi Party. Soderbergh later contacted Burns to cancel the project, as he thought that a film about Riefenstahl would struggle to attract an audience. [7] Intrigued with the field of transmission, Burns suggested that they instead create a film that centered on a pandemic situation—"an interesting thriller version of a pandemic movie. His main objective was to construct a medical thriller that "really felt like what could happen. 7] Burns consulted with Lawrence "Larry" Brilliant, renowned for his work in eradicating smallpox, to develop an accurate perception of a pandemic event. [7] He had seen one of Brilliant's TED presentations, which he was fascinated by, and realized that "the point of view of people within that field isn't 'If this is going to happen' it's 'When is this going to happen. 7] Brilliant introduced Burns to another specialist, W. Ian Lipkin. With the aid of these physicians, the producers were able to obtain additional perspectives from representatives of the World Health Organization. [7] Burns also met with the author of The Coming Plague, Laurie Garrett. Her 1995 book helped Burns consider a variety of potential plots for the film. He wanted to feature an official from the CDC, and ultimately decided to use an epidemiologist, since that role requires interacting with people while tracking the disease. [7] Although he had done research on pandemics six months prior to the 2009 flu pandemic, the outbreak was "really helpful" to his studies, because it provided a glimpse of the societal apparatus following the onset stages of a pandemic. To him, it was not solely the virus itself that one had to be concerned about, but how society handles the situation. [7] I saw them come to life" Burns said, and I saw issues about, Well, do you close the schools and if you close the schools, then who stays home with the kids? And will everyone keep their kids at home. Things happening online, which is where the Jude Law character came from, that there's going to be information that comes out online where people want to be ahead of the curve, so some people will write things about anti-virals or different treatment protocols, and so there's always going to be an information and that information also has sort of a viral pulse. 7] Filming [ edit] Some of Chicago's landscape provided for the setting of Minneapolis and Atlanta. In conjunction with overseeing the directing process, Soderbergh functioned as a cinematographer for Contagion. [5] The film was wholly shot using Red Digital Cinema Camera Company 's RED One MX digital camera, which uses ambient light and has a 4. 5K image resolution. [5] 11] Since he hoped for the premise to be authentic and "as realistic as possible" Soderbergh opted not to film in the studio. "There's, to me, nothing more satisfying occasionally than making someplace look like someplace else on film and having nobody know the difference. 12] For choosing cities, Soderbergh felt that they couldn't "go anywhere where one of our characters hasn't been" since he wanted to portray an "epic" yet "intimate" scenario. [8] He explained, We can't cut to a city or a group of extras that we've never been to that we dont know personally. That was our rule. And thats a pretty significant rule to adhere to in a movie in which you're trying to give a sense of something thats happening on a large scale, but we felt that all of the elements that we had issues with prior, when we see any kind of disaster film, we're centered around that idea. [8] Principal photography started in Hong Kong in September 2010, 5] and continued for approximately two weeks. [7] Soderbergh was originally hoping to also film in mainland China, though Moviefone journalist David Ehrlich believed that permission from the Chinese government was unlikely to be forthcoming. [13] Although producers also intended to establish a filming location in one of the many casinos in Macau, the Jumbo Floating Restaurant in Hong Kong's Aberdeen Harbour was used instead for the casino setting, as filming within the vicinity of a gambling establishment is prohibited by law. [5] To move the equipment for the casino scenes to the on-the-water location, producers hired a number of locals to carry out the task, as they were accustomed to "using sampans like trucks. 5] Additional locations included the Hong Kong International Airport, InterContinental Hong Kong, and the Princess Margaret Hospital. [5] Principal photography relocated in the following month to Chicago, Illinois, which served as the nexus for production. [5] Much of the cityscape and its surrounding suburbs were used to emulate Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Atlanta, Georgia, in addition to serving as backdrop for Chicago itself. [5] Since principal photography occurred during the winter months, snowfall was a prerequisite in simulating a "persistent coldness" that encompassed "a hypersensitive kind of glare. 5] Within the city limits, filming locations were installed at the Shedd Aquarium, 14] O'Hare International Airport, and the Midway Airport. [5] Arguably the largest sets were at the General Jones Armory, which was converted into an infirmary, and a major location shoot occurred in Waukegan, where a portion of the Amstutz Expressway was used to simulate the Dan Ryan Expressway. [5] 15] Production also took place at Sherman Hospital in Elgin and Central Elementary School in Wilmette, and also in Downtown Western Springs, where the grocery store scene was filmed. [5] Filming moved once again in January 2011 to the Druid Hills quadrant of Atlanta, which contains the headquarters of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The restricted nature of the CDC campus meant that producers were only allowed to shoot exterior scenes of the area, as well as within the parking garage and reception area for the CDC's museum onsite. [16] Principal photography then proceeded into Atlanta's central business district and Decatur, 16] before advancing to London, Geneva, and lastly San Francisco, California, in the ensuing month. [17] The San Francisco Film Commission charged filmmakers 300 per day for production within the city limits. [17] In the North Beach and Potrero Hill sections of the city, production designer Howard Cummings scattered trash and discarded clothing on the ground to depict the rapid decline of civilization. [5] For the Civic Center set, over 2, 000 extras were sought for in background roles; actors who were a part of the Screen Actors Guild were paid 139 per day, while nonunion workers received 64 per day for their work. [18] Other filming locations were established at Golden Gate Park, Chinatown, and Candlestick Park; it cost 60, 000 to rent the football stadium for six days. [5] 17] Soundtrack [ edit] Cliff Martinez composed the film's soundtrack, which was his first big-screen score for Soderbergh since Solaris in 2002. [19] Given that the pacing of the music was one of Soderbergh's biggest concerns, Martinez needed to maintain a brisk pace throughout the soundtrack, while also conveying fear and hope within the music. [19] I tried to create the sound of anxiety. And at key, strategic moments I tried to use the music to conjure up the sense of tragedy and loss. 19] Martinez incorporated orchestral elements, and fused them with the predominantly electronic sounds of the score. He noted that the "sound palette for Contagion came by way of combining three very different approaches Steven went through as he was cutting the film. 19] Martinez received a rough cut for the film in October 2010, which contained music that was imbued with elements of The French Connection (1971) and Marathon Man (1976. He "loved" those two soundtracks, and composed a few pieces in their style. [19] A few months later, he acquired a new cut, which included music influenced by German electronic group Tangerine Dream. [19] Toward the end, Soderbergh changed again and used contemporary soundtrack music that was "more energetic and more rhythmic. 20] Ultimately, Martinez used aspects of all three approaches: I reasoned that combining them would not only be effective but would give the score a style all its own. 19] Track listing [ edit] Contagion (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) was released by Watertower Music in September 2011. [21] All music is composed by Cliff Martinez. No. Title Length 1. "They're Calling My Flight" 3:02 2. "Chrysanthemum Complex" 2:36 3. "Placebo" 0:25 4. "Move Away From The Table" 1:49 5. "The Birds Are Doing That" 1:35 6. "Get Off The Bus" 2:03 7. "100 Doses" 1:46 8. "Affected Cities" 2:48 9. "Bad Day To Be A Rhesus Monkey" 2:25 10. "I'm Sick" 1:29 11. "Get Us To The Front Of The Line" 2:00 12. "Don't Tell Anyone" 2:13 13. "Forsynthia" 2:48 14. "It's Mutated" 2:22 15. "Merry Christmas" 1:39 16. "They Didn't Touch Me" 2:02 17. "There's Nothing In There" 1:52 18. "Handshake" 4:16 19. "Bag & Pig" 2:39 20. "Contagion" 3:37 Total length: 45:25 Themes and analysis [ edit] An electron microscope image of the H1N1 influenza virus. The 2009 flu epidemic was a key influence on the creation of Contagion. An electron microscope image of the SARS virus. The 2003 SARS outbreak was also an inspiration and influence of Contagion. Steven Soderbergh was motivated to make an "ultra-realistic" film about the public health and scientific response to a pandemic. [22] The movie touches on a variety of themes, including the factors which drive mass panic and collapse of social order, the scientific process for characterizing and containing a novel pathogen, balancing personal motives against professional responsibilities and ethics in the face of an existential threat, the limitations and consequences of public health responses, and the pervasiveness of interpersonal connections which can serve as vectors to spread disease. [23] Soderbergh acknowledged the salience of these post-apocalyptic themes is heightened by reactions to the September 11 attacks and Hurricane Katrina. [23] The movie was intended to realistically convey the "intense" and "unnerving" social and scientific reactions to a pandemic. [24] The recent real-life epidemics such as the 2003 SARS epidemic and the 2009 flu pandemic have been inspirations and influences in the film. [24] The chain of contagion involving bats and pigs is reminiscent of the trail of the Nipah virus (which infects cells in the respiratory and nervous systems, the same cells as the virus in the movie) that originated in Malaysia in 1997, which similarly involved the disturbance of a bat colony by deforestation. [25] The film presents examples of crowd psychology and collective behavior which can lead to mass hysteria and the loss of social order. The bafflement, outrage, and helplessness associated with the lack of information, combined with new media such as blogs, allow conspiracy theorists like Krumwiede to spread disinformation and fear, which become dangerous contagions themselves. [23] 26] 27] Dr. Cheever must balance the need for full disclosure but avoid a panic and allow the time to characterize and respond to an unknown virus. [28] The movie indirectly critiques the greed, selfishness, and hypocrisy of isolated acts in contemporary culture and the unintended consequences they can have in the context of a pandemic. [29] For example, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends social distancing by forcibly isolating the healthy to limit the spread of the disease, which stands in stark opposition to contemporary demands for social networking. [29] Responding to the pandemic presents a paradox, as the contagiousness and lethality of the virus instills deep distrust of others but surviving and limiting the spread of the disease also requires individuals to work together. [30] Against this existential threat and fraying social order, the film also explores how individual characters bend or break existing rules for both selfish and selfless reasons. [31] Dr. Hextall violates protocols by testing a potential vaccine on herself, Dr. Sussman continues experiments on a cell line despite orders to destroy his samples, Dr. Cheever notifies his fiancé to leave the city before a public quarantine is imposed, Sun Feng kidnaps Dr. Orantes to secure vaccine supplies for his village, Dr. Mears continues her containment work despite contracting the virus, and Krumwiede is paid to use his blog to peddle snake oil cures so as to drive demand and profit for investors in alternative medicine. Soderbergh repeatedly uses the cinematographic style of lingering and focusing on the items and objects which are touched by the infected and become vectors ( fomites) to infect other people. [32] These objects link characters together and reinforce the multi-narrative hyperlink cinema style which Soderbergh developed in Traffic (2000) and Syriana (2005) which he produced. [30] 33] The story also highlights examples of political cronyism (a plane to evacuate Dr. Mears from Minneapolis is instead diverted to evacuate a congressman) platitudes and rigid thinking (public health officials consider postponing the closing of shopping malls until after the Thanksgiving shopping season) federal responders trying to navigate 50 separate state-level public health policies, and the heroism of Federal bureaucrats. [23] 27] Soderbergh does not use type-cast pharmaceutical executives or politicians as villains, 34] but instead portrays bloggers such as Krumwiede in a negative light. [27] Social media play a role in Krumwiede's accusations against Dr. Cheever and in Emhoff's daughter's attempts to carry on a relationship with her boyfriend through text messaging. [30] Other responses in the movie, such as Emhoff's appropriating a shotgun from a friend's abandoned house to protect his home from looters, imposition of federal quarantines and curfews, the allocation of vaccines by lottery, inadequate federal preparation and responses, and use of bar-coded wristbands to identify the inoculated highlight the complex tensions between freedom and order in responding to a pandemic. [28] Soderbergh uses Emhoff to illustrate the micro-effects of macro-level decisions. [35] Reception [ edit] Release and box office [ edit] Contagion premiered on September 3, 2011 at the 68th Venice Film Festival in Venice, Italy, 36] and a wider release followed on September 9. [37] In the United States and Canada, Contagion was shown in 3, 222 theaters, of which 254 screenings occurred at IMAX venues. [38] Various American commercial analysts anticipated that the film would have ticket sales of between 20 million and 25 million during its opening weekend, 37] 38] which it did, grossing 8 million on its first day, 39] and 23. 1M for the entire weekend. [40] Of that total, ten percent (2. 3M) of the gross came from IMAX screenings. [41] By outgrossing competitor The Help (8. 7M) Contagion became the highest-grossing film of the week. [40] Demographically, the opening audience was evenly divided among gender, according to Warner Bros., while eighty percent of spectators were of the age of 25 and over. [40] 42] Contagion did well the following weekend, generating a 14. 5M box office, but came in second to the re-release of The Lion King (1994. 43] The third week saw the box office drop by forty percent, for a total gross of 8. 7M. [44] By the fourth week, Contagion had dropped to ninth place at the box office with 5M, and the number of theaters narrowed to 2, 744. [45] The film completed its theatrical run on December 15, 2011, at which point its total domestic gross was 75. 6M. [1] Contagion made its international debut in six foreign markets the same weekend as its American release, including Italy, where it achieved 663, 000 from 309 theaters. [46] The first week saw Contagion acquire 2. 1M from 553 establishments—a per-theater average of 3, 797. [46] Foreign grosses for Contagion would remain relatively stagnant up until the weekend of October 14–16, 2011, when the film expanded into several additional European markets. [47] Out of the 3. 9M that was generated from 1, 100 venues during that weekend, nearly 40% of the gross originated from Spain, where the film earned 1. 5M from 325 theaters. [47] With the growing expansion of the film in seven additional markets, the weekend of October 21–23, 2011 saw Contagion take in 9. 8M from 2, 505 locations, increasing the international gross to 22. 9M. [48] In the United Kingdom, one of the film's significant international releases, Contagion opened in third place at the box office with 2. 3M from 398 theaters; 48] it subsequently garnered the highest debut gross of a Soderbergh film since Ocean's Thirteen (2007. 49] International grosses for Contagion stand at 59. 8M. [1] Critical response [ edit] Contagion has received positive reviews by film commentators. On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes the film has achieved a score of 84% based on 251 reviews, with an average rating of 7. 1/10. The website's critical consensus states, Tense, tightly plotted, and bolstered by a stellar cast, Contagion is an exceptionally smart—and scary—disaster movie. 50] On Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 based on the critiques from mainstream critics, the film received an average score of 70 based on 38 reviews. [51] The Guardian journalist Peter Bradshaw felt that Contagion blended well together as a film, although opined that Soderbergh was somewhat unsuccessful in channeling the fears, frights, and "the massive sense of loss" of "ordinary people. 52] To David Denby of The New Yorker, the "brilliant" film was "serious, precise, frightening. and "emotionally enveloping. 23] Despite applauding Soderbergh for "hopscotching" tidily "between the intimate and international" The Atlantic 's Christopher Orr was disappointed with the film's detached and "clinical" disposition, which led him to conclude that Contagion should have gone with a more inflexible rationale, or a lesson "beyond 'wash your hands often and hope you're lucky. 53] For all the craft that went into it, Contagion is ultimately beyond good or bad, beyond criticism. It just is. professed The Atlantic writer. [53] Described as a "smart" and "spooky" installment, Manohla Dargis of The New York Times wrote, Mr. Soderbergh doesn't milk your tears as things fall apart, but a passion that can feel like cold rage is inscribed in his images of men and women isolated in the frame, in the blurred point of view of the dying and in the insistent stillness of a visual style that seems like an exhortation to look. 32] In regards to the story, Salon columnist Andrew O'Hehir avouched that the "crisp" and succinct narrative matched up to the "beautifully composed" visuals of the film. [27] Todd McCarthy of The Hollywood Reporter proclaimed that Soderbergh and Burns effectively created anxiety in the "shrewd" and "unsensationalistic" film without becoming exaggerated, 54] a sentiment echoed by Jeanette Catsolis of NPR, who insisted that the duo "weave multiple characters into a narrative that's complex without being confusing, and intelligent without being baffling. 35] Writing for The Village Voice, Karina Longworth thought that Contagion reflected the "self-consciousness" and "experimentation" of some of Soderbergh's previous efforts, such as the Ocean's trilogy and The Girlfriend Experience (2009. 29] The performances of multiple cast members were frequently mentioned in the reviews. Lou Lumenick of New York Post asserted that Ehle was "outstanding. 26] a view that was analogous to that of The Boston Globe journalist Wesley Morris, who praised not only Ehle's performance, but the work of the "undercard" such as Cranston, Gould, and Colantoni, among others. [33] Similarly, Peter Travers of Rolling Stone called Ehle the "best in show. 55] As Los Angeles Times ' Kenneth Turan summed up, Two-time Tony-winning actress Jennifer Ehle comes close to stealing the picture with this quietly yet quirkily empathetic performance. 56] In regards to Law, The Philadelphia Inquirer 's Steven Rea stated that the actor portrayed the character with a "nutty" confidence; 57] Mick LaSalle from the San Francisco Chronicle agreed with Rea's thoughts. [58] 59] Damon provided the film's "relatable heart" according to Forrest Wickman of Slate, who concluded that even with her controlled performance, Winslet "lives up to her head-of-the-class reputation even in an unusually small role. 30] The character development of multiple characters produced varying response from critics. Contrary to Mitch's stance as the main protagonist, Michael O'Sullivan of The Washington Post felt that Contagion "treats him with an oddly clinical detachment. 60] In particular Law's character, Alan Krumwiede, attracted commentary from Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times, who wrote, The blogger subplot doesn't interact clearly with the main story lines and functions mostly as an alarming but vague distraction. 61] Scientific response [ edit] Ferris Jabr of New Scientist approved of Contagion for accurately portraying the "successes and frustrations" of science. Jabr cites story elements such as "the fact that before researchers can study a virus, they need to figure out how to grow it in cell cultures in the lab, without the virus destroying all the cells" as examples of accurate depictions of science. [62] Carl Zimmer, a science writer, praised the film, stating, It shows how reconstructing the course of an outbreak can provide crucial clues, such as how many people an infected person can give a virus to, how many of them get sick, and how many of them die. He also describes a conversation with the film's scientific consultant, W. Ian Lipkin, in which Lipkin defended the rapid generation of a vaccine in the film. Zimmer wrote that "Lipkin and his colleagues are now capable of figuring out how to trigger immune reactions to exotic viruses from animals in a matter of weeks, not months. And once they've created a vaccine, they don't have to use Eisenhower-era technology to manufacture it in bulk. 63] Paul Offit, a pediatrician and vaccination expert, stated that "typically when movies take on science, they tend to sacrifice the science in favor of drama. That wasn't true here. Offit appreciated the film's usage of concepts such as R 0 and fomites, as well as the fictional strain's origins, which was based on the Nipah virus. [64] Home media [ edit] Contagion was released on DVD and Blu-ray in North America on January 3, 2012, 65] and in the United Kingdom on March 5, 2012. [66] In its first week of release, the film topped the DVD chart with 411, 000 units sold for 6. 16 million. [67] That same week it sold 274, 000 Blu-ray copies for 4. 93 million, topping that chart as well. [68] DVD sales dropped during the second week of release, with 193, 000 units sold for 2. 89 million. [69] As of early July 2012, Contagion had sold 802, 535 copies in DVD, for 12. 01 million in revenue. [65] Renewed popularity [ edit] The film received renewed popularity in January 2020 due to the 2019–20 Wuhan coronavirus outbreak. [70] 71] 72] References [ edit] a b c d "Contagion (2011. Box Office Mojo. Retrieved October 10, 2011. ^ Contagion (2011) – Steven Soderbergh. 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Pirated movie release types are the different types of pirated movies that end up on the Internet. They vary wildly in rarity and quality due to the different sources and methods used for acquiring the video content, in addition to encoding formats. Pirated movie releases may be derived from cams, which have distinctly low quality; screener and workprint discs or digital distribution copies (DDC) telecine copies from analog reels, video on demand (VOD) or TV recordings, and DVD and Blu-Ray rips. History [ edit] Pirated movies are usually released in several formats and different versions as better sources become available. The versions are usually encoded in the popular formats at the time of encoding. The sources for pirated copies have often changed with time in response to technology or anti-piracy measures. Cams [ edit] Cam releases were the early attempts at movie piracy which were implemented by recording the on-screen projection of a movie in a cinema. This enabled groups to pirate movies which were in their theatrical period (not released for personal entertainment. Alternative methods were sought, as these releases often suffered distinctly low quality and required undetected videotaping in movie theaters. Pre-release [ edit] Beginning in 1998, feature films began to be released on the internet by warez groups prior to their theatrical release. These pirated versions usually came in the form of VCD or SVCD. A prime example was the release of American Pie. [1] This is notable for three reasons: It was released in an uncensored workprint format. The later theatrical release was cut down by several minutes and had scenes reworked to avoid nudity to pass MPAA guidelines. It was released nearly two months prior to its release in theaters ( CNN Headline News reported on its early release. citation needed] It was listed by the movie company as one of the reasons it released an unrated DVD edition. citation needed] DVD and VOD ripping [ edit] DivX [ edit] In October 1999, DeCSS was released. This program allowed anyone to remove the CSS encryption on a DVD. Although its authors only intended the software to be used for playback purposes. citation needed] it also meant that one could decode the content perfectly for ripping; combined with the DivX 3. 11 Alpha codec released shortly after, the new codec increased video quality from near VHS to almost DVD quality when encoding from a DVD source. Xvid [ edit] The early DivX releases were mostly internal for group use, but once the codec spread, it became accepted as a standard and quickly became the most widely used format for the scene. With help from associates who either worked for a movie theater, movie production company, or video rental company, groups were supplied with massive amounts of material, and new releases began appearing at a very fast pace. When version 4. 0 of DivX was released, the codec went commercial and the need for a free codec, Xvid (then called "XviD. DivX" backwards) was created. Later, Xvid replaced DivX entirely. Although the DivX codec has evolved from version 4 to 10. 6 during this time, it is banned [2] in the warez scene due to its commercial nature. x264 [ edit] In February 2012, a consortium of popular piracy groups officially announced x264, the free H. 264 codec, as the new standard for releases, 3] replacing the previous format, which was Xvid wrapped in an AVI container. The move to H. 264 also obsoletes AVI in favor of MP4 and Matroska that most commonly uses file name extension x265 (HEVC. edit] With the increasing popularity of online movie-streaming sites like Netflix, some movies are being ripped from such websites now and are being encoded in HEVC wrapped in Matroska containers. This codec allows a high-quality movie to be stored in a relatively smaller file size. Release formats [ edit] Below is a table of pirated movie release types along with respective sources, ranging from the lowest quality to the highest. Scene rules define in which format and way each release type is to be packaged and distributed. [4] Type Label Popularity Cam [5] CAM-Rip CAM Common; low quality video and sound Telesync [6] TS HDTS TELESYNC PDVD PreDVDRip Uncommon Workprint [5] WP [7] WORKPRINT Extremely rare Telecine [5] TC HDTC TELECINE Very rare Pay-Per-View Rip [8] PPV PPVRip Very rare, WEB-DL is preferred Screener [5] SCR SCREENER DVDSCR DVDSCREENER BDSCR Digital Distribution Copy or Downloadable/Direct Digital Content [9] DDC Rare R5 [10] R5 DVD-Rip DVDRip DVDMux Rare, BD/Bluray is preferred DVD-R DVDR [11] DVD-Full Full-Rip ISO rip lossless rip untouched rip DVD-5 DVD-9 Common HDTV, PDTV or DSRip [12] DSR DSRip SATRip DTHRip DVBRip HDTV PDTV DTVRip TVRip HDTVRip VODRip VODR Very rare, WEBCap is preferred WEB-DL (P2P) WEBDL WEB DL WEB-DL HDRip WEB-DLRip Extremely common WEBRip WEBRip (P2P) WEB Rip (P2P) WEB-Rip (P2P) WEB (Scene) Common, WEB-DL is preferred WEBCap WEB-Cap WEBCAP WEB Cap HC HD-Rip HC HD-Rip Blu-ray/BD/BRRip Blu-Ray BluRay BLURAY BDRip BRip BRRip BDMV BDR [13] BD25 BD50 BD5 BD9 Extremely Common Cam/CamRip [ edit] A Cam is a copy made in a cinema using a camcorder or mobile phone. The sound source is the camera microphone. Cam rips can quickly appear online after the first preview or premiere of the film. The quality ranges from subpar to adequate, depending on the group of persons performing the recording and the resolution of the camera used. The main disadvantage of this is the sound quality. The microphone does not only record the sound from the movie, but also the background sound in the cinema. The camera can also record movements and audio of the audience in the theater, for instance, when someone stands up in front of the screen, or when the audience laughs at a funny moment in the movie. Telesync [ edit] A telesync (TS) is a bootleg recording of a film recorded in a movie theater, sometimes filmed using a professional camera on a tripod in the projection booth. The main difference between a CAM and TS copy is that the audio of a TS is captured with a direct connection to the sound source (often an FM microbroadcast provided for the hearing-impaired, or from a drive-in theater. Often, a cam is mislabeled as a telesync. HDTS is used to label a High-definition video recording. Workprint [ edit] A Workprint is a copy made from an unfinished version of a film produced by the studio. Typically a workprint has missing effects and overlays, and differs from its theatrical release. Some workprints have a time index marker running in a corner or on the top edge; some may also include a watermark. A workprint might be an uncut version, and missing some material that would appear in the final movie (or including scenes later cut. Telecine [ edit] A Telecine is a copy captured from a film print using a machine that transfers the movie from its analog reel to digital format. These were rare because telecine machines for making these prints were very costly and very large. However, they have recently become much more common. Telecine has basically the same quality as DVD, since the technique is the same as digitizing the actual film to DVD. However, the result is inferior since the source material is usually a lower quality copy reel. Telecine machines usually cause a slight left-right jitter in the picture and have inferior color levels compared to DVD. HDTC is used to label a High-definition video recording. PPV Rip [ edit] PPVRips come from Pay-Per-View sources. All the PPVRip releases are brand new movies which have not yet been released to Screener or DVD, but are available for viewing by customers with high-end TV package deals. Screener [ edit] Screeners are early DVD or BD releases of the theatrical version of a film, typically sent to movie reviewers, Academy members, and executives for review purposes. A screener normally has a message overlaid on its picture, with wording similar to: The film you are watching is a promotional copy. If you purchased this film at a retail store, please contact 1-800-NO-COPIES to report it. or more commonly if released for awards consideration simply, FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION. Apart from this, some movie studios release their screeners with a number of scenes of varying duration shown in black-and-white. Aside from this message, and the occasional B&W scenes, screeners are normally of only slightly lower quality than a retail DVD-Rip, due to the smaller investment in DVD mastering for the limited run. Some screener rips with the overlay message get cropped to remove the message and get released mislabeled as DVD-Rips. Note: Screeners make a small exception here—since the content may differ from a retail version, it can be considered as lower quality than a DVD-Rip (even if the screener in question was sourced from a DVD. DDC [ edit] A digital distribution copy (DDC) is basically the same as a Screener, but sent digitally (FTP, HTTP, etc. to companies instead of via the postal system. This makes distribution cheaper. Its quality is lower than one of a R5, but higher than a Cam or Telesync. In the warez scene DDC refers to Downloadable/Direct Digital Content which is not freely available. R5 [ edit] What is known as an R5 is a studio produced unmastered telecine put out quickly and cheaply to compete against telecine piracy in Russia. The R5 tag refers to the DVD region 5 which consists of Russia, the Indian subcontinent, most of Africa, North Korea, and Mongolia. R5 releases differ from normal releases in that they are a direct Telecine transfer of the film without any of the image processing. If the DVD does not contain an English-language audio track, the R5 video is synced to a previously released English audio track. Then a LiNE tag is added. [14] This means that the sound often is not as good as DVD-Rips. To account for the lesser audio quality typically present in R5 releases, some release groups take the high quality Russian or Ukrainian 5. 1 channel audio track included with the R5 DVD and modify it with audio editing software. They remove the non-English spoken portion of the audio and sync the remaining portion, which contains high quality sound effects and music with a previously recorded source of English vocals usually taken from a LiNE tagged release. The result of this process is an almost retail DVD quality surround sound audio track which is included in the movie release. Releases of this type are normally tagged and details about what was done to the audio track as well as the video are present in the release notes accompanying the pirated movie. [15] DVD Rip [ edit] A DVD-Rip is a final retail version of a film, typically released before it is available outside its originating region. Often after one group of pirates releases a high-quality DVD-Rip, the "race" to release that film will stop. The release is an AVI file and uses the XviD codec (some in DivX) for video, and commonly mp3 or AC3 for audio. Because of their high quality, DVD-Rips generally replace any earlier copies that may already have been circulating. Widescreen DVDs used to be indicated as DVDMux differs from DVDRips as they tend to use the x264 codec for video, AAC or AC3 codec for audio and multiplex it on a. mp4 / file. DVD-R [ edit] DVD-R refers to a final retail version of a film in DVD format, generally a complete copy from the original DVD. If the original DVD is released in the DVD-9 format, however, extras might be removed and/or the video reencoded to make the image fit the less expensive for burning and quicker to download DVD-5 format. DVD-R releases often accompany DVD-Rips. DVD-R rips are larger in size, generally filling up the 4. 37 or 7. 95 GiB provided by DVD-5 and DVD-9 respectively. Untouched or lossless rips in the strictest sense are 1:1 rips of the source, with nothing removed or changed, though often the definition is lightened to include DVDs which have not been transcoded, and no features were removed from the user's perspective, removing only restrictions and possible nuisances such as copyright warnings and movie previews. TV Rip [ edit] TVRip is a capture source from an analog capture card (coaxial/composite/s-video connection. Digital satellite rip (DSR, also called SATRip or DTH) is a rip that is captured from a non-standard definition digital source like satellite. HDTV stands for captured source from HD television, while PDTV (Pure Digital TV) stands for any SDTV rip captured using solely digital methods from the original transport stream, not from HDMI or other outputs from a decoder, it can also refer to any standard definition content broadcast on a HD channel. DVB rips often come from free-the-air transmissions (such as digital terrestrial television. With an HDTV source, the quality can sometimes even surpass DVD. Movies in this format are starting to grow in popularity. Some advertisement and commercial banner can be seen on some releases during playback. Analog, DSR, and PDTV sources used to be often reencoded to 512×384 if fullscreen, currently to 640x480 if fullscreen and 720x404 if widescreen. HDTV sources are reencoded to multiple resolutions such as 720x404 (360p) 960×540 (540p) 1280×720 (720p) and 1920x1080 (1080p) at various file sizes for pirated releases. They can be progressive scan captured or not ( 480i digital transmission or 1080i broadcast for HD caps. VOD Rip [ edit] VODRip stands for Video-On-Demand Rip. This can be done by recording or capturing a video/movie from an On-Demand service such as through a cable or satellite TV service. Most services will state that ripping or capturing films is a breach of their use policy, but it is becoming more and more popular as it requires little technology or setup. There are many online On-Demand services that would not require one to connect their TV and computer. It can be done by using software to identify the video source address and downloading it as a video file which is often the method that bears the best quality end result. However, some people have used screen cams which effectively record, like a video camera, what is on a certain part of the computer screen, but does so internally, making the quality not of HD quality, but nevertheless significantly better than a Cam or Telesync version filmed from a cinema, TV or computer screen. Web Download [ edit] WEB-DL (P2P) refers to a file losslessly ripped from a streaming service, such as Netflix, Amazon Video, Hulu, Crunchyroll, Discovery GO, BBC iPlayer, etc., or downloaded via an online distribution website such as iTunes. The quality is quite good, since they are not reencoded. The video (H. 264 or H. 265) and audio (AC3/AAC) streams are usually extracted from the iTunes or Amazon Video and remuxed into a MKV container without sacrificing quality. An advantage with these releases is that, like BD/DVDRips, they usually have no onscreen network logos. HDRips are typically transcoded versions of HDTV or WEB-DL source files, but may be any type of HD transcode. Web Rip [ edit] In a WEB-Rip (P2P) the file is often extracted using the HLS or RTMP/E protocols and remuxed from a TS, MP4 or FLV container to MKV. Web Capture [ edit] A WEBCap is a rip created by capturing video from a DRM-enabled streaming service, such as Amazon Instant or Netflix. Quality can range from mediocre (comparable with low quality XVID encodes) to excellent (comparable with high quality BR encodes. Essentially, the quality of the image obtained depends on internet connection speed and the specifications of the recording machine. WEBCaps are often labeled as WEBRips, with a note attached by the encoder to let others know it was capped & encoded instead of losslessly remuxed. HC HD Rip [ edit] In a HC HDRip, HC stands for hard-coded subtitles. This format is released shortly after the movie leaves theaters. Usually sourced from Korean Video On-Demand services like Naver. The quality is lower than a WEB as it is screen recorded. The reason as this is a less preferred option Is because of the subtitles being baked into the video, and cannot be removed. P2P groups have released blurred copies, which have the subtitles blurred or blocked. BD Rip [ edit] Blu-ray or Bluray rips are encoded directly from the Blu-ray disc to 1080p or 720p (depending on disc source) and use the x264 or x265 codec. They can be ripped from BD25 or BD50 discs (or UHD Blu-ray at higher resolutions. BDRips are from a Blu-ray disc and encoded to a lower resolution from its source (i. e. 1080p to 720p/576p/480p. BRRips are an already encoded video at HD resolution that is then transcoded to an SD resolution. BRRips are only from an HD resolution to a SD resolution whereas BDRips can go from 2160p to 1080p, etc as long as they go downward in resolution of the source disc. BDRips are not a transcode, but BRRips are. BD/BRRips in DVDRip resolutions can vary between XviD/x264/x265 codecs (commonly 700 MB and 1. 5 GB in size as well as larger DVD5 or DVD9: 4. 5 GB or 8. 4GB. Size fluctuates depending on length and quality of releases, but the higher the size the more likely they use the x264/x265 codecs. A BD/BRRip to DVDRip resolution looks better, regardless, because the encode is from a higher quality source. BDRips and BRRips are often confused with each other, but have followed the above guideline after Blu-ray replaced BDRip title structure in scene releases. Full BD25/BD50 data rips also exist, and are similar to their counterpart DVD5/DVD9 full data releases. They are AVCHD compatible using the BD folder structure (sometimes called Bluray RAW/m2ts/iso) and are usually intended to be burnt back to disk for play in AVCHD-compatible Blu-ray players. BD25/BD50 data rips may or may not be remuxed and are never transcoded. BD and BR Rips come in various (now possibly outdated) versions: m-720p (or mini 720p) a compressed version of a 720p and usually sized at around 2–3 GB. 720p usually around 4–7 GB and is the most downloaded form of BDRip. m-1080p (or mini 1080p) usually a little bit larger than 720p. 1080p can be anywhere from 8 GB to as large as 40–60 GB. mHD (or mini HD) encoded in the same resolution but at a lower bitrate and are smaller in size. Common abbreviations [ edit] Codes for content producers and distributors Notation Network ABC American Broadcasting Company ATVP Apple TV + AMZN Amazon Studios BBC British Broadcasting Corporation CBS CBS Corporation CC Comedy Central CR Crunchyroll CW The CW DCU DC Universe DSNY Disney Networks ( Disney Channel, Disney XD, Disney Junior) FBWatch Facebook Watch FREE Freeform FOX Fox Broadcasting Company HULU Hulu Networks iP BBC iPlayer LIFE Lifetime MTV MTV Networks NBC National Broadcasting Company NICK Nickelodeon NF Netflix RED YouTube Premium (formerly YouTube Red) TF1 TF1 Network STZ STARZ References [ edit.

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