Starry Eyes 2014 1080p GER Blu-ray AVC DTS-HD MA 7 1-FORBiDDEN

Starry Eyes (2014)

Director: Array
Stars: Alex Essoe, Amanda Fuller, Noah Segan, Fabianne Therese

Runtime: 98 minutes (taken from iMDB)
Genre: Drama, Fantasy, Horror

Rating: 6* (may differ)
Votes: 15887 (may differ)

Release Date: 2014-11-14 (taken from IMDb)
Viewer Rating (TV/MPAA): Not Rated (taken from IMDb)

Summary: In Hollywood, the Big Taters’waitress Sarah Walker is an ambitious aspiring actress that suffers from hair pulling disorder. Sarah does not respect her boss Carl or her job since she believes she will be a great actress and this job is temporary only to pay her bills. She shares an apartment with her roommate Tracy that frequently discloses her secrets to their selfish friends Erin that likes to humiliate Sarah and steal her roles; Danny, who is an aspiring director that likes Sarah; Poe and Ashley that are indifferent to her. When Sarah is invited to an audition of the film The Silver Screen from the company Astraeus Pictures, their auditioners do not show any reaction to her performance. When Sarah leaves the audition, she goes to the toilet room and has an attack, pulling her hair and crying. Immediately after, the casting director invites her to return to the room and repeat what she did in the bathroom for her assistant and she. Sarah is invited again to an audition with the producer and when he insinuates to have sex with her, she refuses and goes home. However her ambition prevails and she returns to his house and has oral sex with him. He tells that she wants to be famous, she needs to die and reborn. When Sarah returns home, she finds that her body is deteriorating and she needs to murder her friends to complete her transformation. What will she do?

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4 Responses

  1. Pentacle says:

    Thank you very much Dorukhan!

  2. eleane says:

    Thank you very much DORUKHAN for having answered my request and providing us the superior german Blu-ray edition from Turbine.

    • Starry Tard says:

      “Superior” lol. Exact same extras and 7.1 upmix for a film mixed in 5.1. More like interchangeable, you “starry-eyed” dummy.

      • eleane says:

        We’re obviously not talking about the same thing. Some people don’t care about ton of extras, especially when they are added on the BD by sacrificing the transfer’s quality (compression issue, artefacts). The Turbine edition has a superior encode whose benefits can be seen not only by doing some screenshots comparison, but also in motion.
        There’s no need to be aggressive and curse people. I’m just trying to give some extra information that some might find useful if they’re in search of the best BD edition, picture quality-wise (which seems in my opinion the main criterion at the end of the day).

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