Fences HD Digital Ultraviolet UV Code

Fences HD Digital Ultraviolet UV Code
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Fences HD Digital Ultraviolet UV Code


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Fences Ultraviolet Code



Top Customer Reviews

4.0 out of 5 stars

"Some people build fences to keep people out, and other people build fences to keep people in."

ByWhitt Patrick PondTOP 1000 REVIEWERon December 30, 2016 Format: Ultraviolet Code


Directed by Denzel Washington (The Great Debaters, Antwone Fisher), Fences is the film adaptation of the 1987 Pulitzer Prize-winning play of the same name, written by the playwright August Wilson, who also won the Tony and Drama Desk awards for this play. Though Wilson died in 2005, he had already completed a screenplay for Fences that Washington used for the film. It's important to understand this going in because Fences is not so much a movie as it is a film of a stage play, which how it feels as you watch it. It has the cadence, rhythms and settings of a stage play, and you can feel the distinct acts and scenes in the film's pacing even though there is no pause between them. This throws some people who came in expecting a movie, but once you understand that what you're really doing is watching a play, it feels less strange and more natural.

The film begins in the mid-1950's in a working-class black neighborhood in Pittsburgh where Troy Maxson (Denzel Washington), a 53-year-old garbage-truck barrel lifter, lives with his wife, Rose (Viola Davis) and teenage son, Cory (Jovan Adeppo). In the opening scenes, we meet the people closest to Troy: Jim "Bono" Bono (Stephen McKinley Henderson), Troy's co-worker and his oldest and closest friend; Lyons Maxson (Russell Hornsby), Troy's grown son from a previous relationship who's an aspiring musician; and Gabriel "Gabe" Maxson (Mykelti Williamson), Troy's older brother who was left mentally impaired by a head wound received during the war.

It's difficult to say much about Fences without giving things away as a lot of the story is a matter of gradual revelations. It doesn't hurt though to say that Troy is a man whose experiences and disappointments in life have shaped him into someone who feels that his experiences are the only ones that matter, as are his opinions of things. He refuses to see that life could possibly be different than it has been for him, that the world is changing in ways that he adamantly refuses to acknowledge.