The Frame (2014) 1080p YIFY Movie

The Frame (2014) 1080p

Two strangers find their lives colliding in an impossible way. Alex is a methodical cargo thief working for a dangerous cartel. Sam is a determined paramedic trying to save the world while running from her past.

IMDB: 6.72 Likes

  • Genre: Crime | Drama
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 2.42G
  • Resolution: 1920x1020 / 23.976 (23976/1000) FPSfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 127
  • IMDB Rating: 6.7/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 8 / 16

The Synopsis for The Frame (2014) 1080p

From Jamin Winans, writer and director of the cult smash hit, INK, comes a mind-bending science fiction thriller about two strangers who find their lives colliding in an impossible way. Alex (David Carranza) is a methodic cargo thief working for a dangerous cartel. Sam (Tiffany Mualem) is a determined paramedic trying to save the world while running from her past. Suddenly and mysteriously, Alex and Sam's lives crash into each other and the fabric of reality is ripped from underneath their feet. Taking on the very root of fate, destiny, and their own existence, Alex and Sam race through a maze of an ever-changing universe while being pursued by a demonic man determined to erase the world.


The Director and Players for The Frame (2014) 1080p

[Director]Jamin Winans
[Role:]Cal Bartlett
[Role:]Tiffany Mualem
[Role:]David Carranza


The Reviews for The Frame (2014) 1080p


Very interesting - disappointed endingReviewed byesportsmecomVote: 8/10

I came to this movie after watching Infinity Chamber, the movie took my attention directly since i saw the trailer.

Watching the movie it self, since the the very beginning to almost the end, the movie was exciting, a masterpiece.

I'm disappointed with the last 15 minutes seems like the writer didn't have time to finish an idea in mind maybe. Still one of the interesting movies i have beside The Matrix and Inception.

Outstanding piece of film making.Reviewed bydurham100Vote: 8/10

I pre-ordered this film from its makers and received the digital download link a couple of hours ago and now, here I sit my mind racing and my heart lifted. I loved Ink, nowhere near enough people have seen that masterpiece and whilst The Frame has fantastical and whimsical elements it also plays like several stories from many genres. We have Ink like fantasy and mystery, a thriller style narrative about criminals heisting from other criminals, the story of a lonely paramedic, it is a tale of loss, love and there are undertones of philosophical debate throughout and, in my mind anyway, even a nod to the Wizard of Oz. Do not worry if my description paints a canvas of chaos, these various threads are seamlessly blended under a umbrella of science fiction and depicted by cinematography that is simply put, perfect. More than quite often you could freeze a frame, print it off and instantly have a work of art such is the use of colour and the beauty of the splendidly dressed sets. The music compliments all of the above and is subtle, mostly, unless otherwise required to be, and moving. The performances from the leads are simply outstanding and, despite the films wider theme, wholly believable. Every other character in the movie is likewise played without flaw. I implore people to see this movie and hopefully another piece of work from this company will not be long in coming.

An engaging, thought-provoking sci-fi/fantasyReviewed bybrchthethirdVote: 7/10

THE FRAME is the second film from writer-director Jamin Winans and it represents a significant improvement over its predecessor, INK, on all fronts. The basics of the plot, which is very hard to describe as it is without giving away too much information, is that there are two people, Alex and Sam, who are each going through some difficulties in their lives. Through some weird turn of events they end up meeting and eventually help each other come to terms with their pasts and current realities. I'm possibly missing something, but that was the gist of what I got out of it. The film speaks to the theme of our past defining who we are, to ourselves and others. Both Alex and Sam are in situations that they feel trapped in because of where they've been, but it takes meeting the other to discover that they are the authors of their own stories. And somehow, a dirty, black-clad man with a wrinkled hat who sprays ink on things has something to do with it. I think that to really grasp the fullness of what Winans is doing here requires more than one viewing, and I'll probably return to it at some point. For now, though, I'm just digesting it. In comparison to INK, though, THE FRAME is a much better film. It benefits from a slightly bigger budget, and the camera-work and editing are all improved. Even the acting, while not spectacular, is better than it was in INK. There aren't a whole lot of visual effects, but one effect of people turning into ink did look pretty cool. There's also some playing around with aspect ratios towards the end. Overall, THE FRAME was a visually creative, unique sci-fi/fantasy film that explores themes of redemption and overcoming doubts with sensitivity and a little flair. If you liked INK, then you should check this out but I would also recommend it to anyone who wants something the likes of which they haven't seen before.

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