» عنوان: آپارتمان ۱۳۰۳ » نام انگلیسی: Apartment 1303 3D » سال انتشار: ۲۰۱۲ » کارگردان: Michael Taverna » زبان: انگلیسی » کیفیت: BrRip 1080p – ۳D HSBS » مدت زمان: ۱ ساعت و ۲۵ دقیقه » زیر نویس: فارسی » حجم فایل: ۵.۴ گیگابایت » اطلاعات فیلم در:
بررسی فیلم: در این پست قصد داریم یک فیلم زیبا و جذاب را که در سال ۲۰۱۲ با کیفیت BluRay 1080p با عنوان Apartment 1303 3D یا همان آپارتمان ۱۳۰۳ به شما علاقه مندان فیلم های سه بعدی معرفی کنیم. فیلم حاضر همان طور که گفته شد در ۲۰ ژانویه ۲۰۱۲ به کارگردانی و نویسندگی Michael Taverna اکران در آمد. ستارگانی هم چون Mischa Barton, Rebecca De Mornay, Julianne Michelle , … در آن ایفای نقش می کنند. صحنه های مختلفی این مجموعه که در ادامه آمده که می توانید به خارق العاده بودن فیلم Apartment 1303 پی ببرید.
داستان فیلم: رابطه مادران با دختران خود همیشه به صورت عاشقانه بوده و احساسات عمیقی بین آنها وجود دارد اما این بار در فیلم Apartment 1303 به گونه دیگری به تصویر کشیده می شود؛ تنفر، حسی است که در این داستان وجود دارد و … شما با دریافت اطلاعات دانلود در ادامه می توانید از جزئیات بیشتر این فیلم زیبا و دیدنی اطلاع پیدا کنید. امیدواریم از تماشای فیلم Apartment 1303 لذت ببرید.
توضیحات تکمیلی فیلم Apartment 1303 به زبان انگلیسی:
Living on her own for the first time, Sayaka has been celebrating with her friends at her new 13th-floor apartment. During the party, she catches something of interest in one of the rooms and is seen acting weird then runs to her balcony and jumps to her death. A little girl picks up a teddy bear found lying near Sayaka’s body and, as she looks up at a block of apartments, she says: “There goes another one.”
At Sayaka’s funeral, her older sister Mariko has been trying to cheer up Sayaka’s grieving friends when she soon notices the ghost of Sayaka, who whispers: “Mom pushed me.” Their mother, deeply devastated by Sayaka’s death, seems to be falling into a world of insanity, which worries and concerns Mariko, who decides to protect her mother by taking on the responsibility of sorting out Sayaka’s estate.
As Mariko’s about to enter Sayaka’s apartment, a little girl appears from the next door and asks her if she’s afraid of #1303. Mariko, puzzled, says she isn’t. The girl nods and casually informs her that “all women who lived there had died, you know.”
While Mariko clears out the apartment, she repeatedly catches the sight of Sayaka and hears her ghostly voice on phone. Each time Mariko tries to talk to her, Sayaka either stares back or whispers a couple of words before vanishing. During the clear out, Mariko comes across an earring that looked as if it’d been ripped out of someone’s earlobe. Mariko wonders if this might be a clue.
After turning over Sayaka’s apartment to the landlord, Mariko meets a police detective, Sakurai, who reveals that he’s been investigating a series of suicides at #1303 and he doesn’t believe it’s a coincidence. Mariko gives him the blood-streaked earring as she believes it belongs to a previous tenant.
Mariko soon comes across a book about the first two tenants who lived in #1303: Yukiyo Sugiuchi and her mother who, during the first few years, lived peacefully together at their apartment. This however changed when the mother becomes abusive towards Yukiyo for hiding food and having her ears pierced, which prompts her to rip the earring out of Yukiyo’s earlobe. Yukiyo defensively reacts to her mother’s violent reaction with a butcher knife, then watches while her mother crawls into a closet where she eventually bleeds to death. Six months later, the landlord visits Yukiyo’s apartment and reveals his plans to have her and mother thrown out for failing to pay rent.
Upset and afraid, Yukiyo sees the ghost of her mother, who’s revealed to have been tormenting Yukiyo since her death. “You’ll never survive without me,” her ghostly mother taunts. Yukiyo picks up a teddy bear and after she touches it gently, she walks to her apartment balcony and jumps to her death. Mariko discovers that since Yukiyo’s death, the next four tenants – with Sayaka as the latest – had moved into #1303 and eventually jumped to their death. The police has ruled each case as a suicide.
منبع: ویکی پدیا