در صورتی که با پخش فیلم مشکل داشتی
⇓ اگه با گوشی اندرویدی متن های انگلیسی رو میخونی ⇓
رستگاری در شاوشنک یک فیلم سینمایی آمریکایی در ژانر درام به نویسندگی و کارگردانی فرانک دارابونت و بازی تیم رابینز، مورگان فریمن، باب گانتون محصول سال ۱۹۹۴ توزیع شده توسط شرکت آمریکایی کلمبیا پیکچرز است. این فیلم براساس داستان کوتاهی از استیون کینگ به نام «ریتا هیورث و رستگاری در شاوشنک» ساخته شدهاست و در آن رابینز در نقش اندی دوفرین و فریمن در نقش الیس «رد» ردینگ بازی میکنند.در مراسم جایزه اسکار سال ۱۹۹۴ این فیلم نامزد هفت اسکار شد (بهترین فیلم، بهترین بازیگر–مورگان فریمن، بهترین فیلمنامه، بهترین فیلمبرداری، بهترین تدوین، بهترین موسیقی فیلم، و بهترین صدابرداری) اما موفق به بردن هیچیک نشد. رستگاری در شاوشنک در حال حاضر در فهرست ۲۵۰ فیلم برتر تاریخ سینما در سایت IMDb با بیش از ۲۰۰۰۰۰۰ رأی رتبهٔ اول را به خود اختصاص دادهاست. این فیلم در هفت تا از لیستهای مجموعهٔ «۱۰۰ سال…» بنیاد فیلم آمریکا که هرکدام ۱۰۰، ۵۰، یا ۲۵ عنوان فیلم یا شخصیت سینمایی را متشکل میشوند نامزد شد؛ و در دو تا از آنها موفق به دریافت رتبه شد. فیلم محصول ۱۹۹۴ که براساس رمان کوتاهی از استیفن کینگ به نام «ریتا هیورث و رستگاری در شاوشنک» ساخته شده توانست نظر مردم و منتقدان در سرتاسر دنیا را به خود جلب کند و حتی بسیاری از سایتها و مجلات حوزه سینمایی این فیلم را بهترینِ تاریخ سینما میدانند. داستان فیلم دربارهٔ اندی دوفرین بانکدار جوانی است که به اتهام قتل همسر و معشوق همسرش به زندان میافتد و ادعا میکند که بیگناه است.
Two imprisoned men bond over a number of years, finding solace and eventual redemption through acts of common decency.
Chronicles the experiences of a formerly successful banker as a prisoner in the gloomy jailhouse of Shawshank after being found guilty of a crime he did not commit. The film portrays the man’s unique way of dealing with his new, torturous life; along the way he befriends a number of fellow prisoners, most notably a wise long-term inmate named Red.
Story of a hot-shot American banker Andrew Dufresne who finds himself to be an inmate at the Shawshank prison for a crime he says he didn’t commit, the murder of his wife and her lover. The movie revolves around Andy’s take on this drastic transformation, his journey as an inmate in the prison during which he befriends Red, a fellow inmate as well as gains the respect of his aaaa
After the murder of his wife, hotshot banker Andrew Dufresne is sent to Shawshank Prison, where the usual unpleasantness occurs. Over the years, he retains hope and eventually gains the respect of his fellow inmates, especially longtime convict “Red” Redding, a black marketeer, and becomes influential within the prison. Eventually, Andrew achieves his ends on his own terms.
Andy Dufresne is sent to Shawshank Prison for the murder of his wife and her secret lover. He is very isolated and lonely at first, but realizes there is something deep inside your body that people can’t touch or get to….’HOPE’. Andy becomes friends with prison ‘fixer’ Red, and Andy epitomizes why it is crucial to have dreams. His spirit and determination lead us into a world full of imagination, one filled with courage and desire. Will Andy ever realize his dreams?
Bank Merchant Andy Dufresne is convicted of the murder of his wife and her lover, and sentenced to life imprisonment at Shawshank prison. Life seems to have taken a turn for the worse, but fortunately Andy befriends some of the other inmates, in particular a character known only as Red. Over time Andy finds ways to live out life with relative ease as one can in a prison, leaving a message for all that while the body may be locked away in a cell, the spirit can never be truly imprisoned.
In 1947 Portland, Maine, banker Andy Dufresne is convicted of murdering his wife and her lover and is sentenced to two consecutive life sentences at the Shawshank State Penitentiary. He is befriended by Ellis “Red” Redding, an inmate and prison contraband smuggler serving a life sentence. Red procures a rock hammer and a large poster of Rita Hayworth for Andy. Assigned to work in the prison laundry, Andy is frequently sexually assaulted by “the Sisters” and their leader, Bogs.
In 1949, Andy overhears the captain of the guards, Byron Hadley, complaining about being taxed on an inheritance and offers to help him shelter the money legally. After an assault by the Sisters nearly kills Andy, Hadley beats and cripples Bogs, who is subsequently transferred to another prison. Andy is not attacked again. Warden Samuel Norton meets Andy and reassigns him to the prison library to assist elderly inmate Brooks Hatlen, a front to allow Andy to manage financial matters for other prison staff, guards from other prisons, and the warden himself. Andy begins writing weekly letters to the state legislature requesting funds to improve the prison’s decaying library.
Brooks is paroled in 1954 after serving 50 years, but he cannot adjust to the outside world and eventually hangs himself. The legislature sends a library donation that includes a recording of The Marriage of Figaro; Andy plays an excerpt over the public address system and is punished with solitary confinement. After his release from solitary, Andy explains that hope is what gets him through his time, a concept that Red dismisses. In 1963, Norton begins exploiting prison labor for public works, profiting by undercutting skilled labor costs and receiving bribes. Andy launders the money using the alias “Randall Stephens”.
Tommy Williams is incarcerated for burglary in 1965. Andy and Red befriend him, and Andy helps him pass his GED exam. A year later, Tommy reveals to Red and Andy that his cellmate at another prison had claimed responsibility for the murders for which Andy was convicted. Andy approaches Norton with this information, but Norton refuses to listen, and when Andy mentions the money laundering, Norton sends him back to solitary confinement. Norton has Hadley murder Tommy under the guise of an escape attempt. Andy attempts to discontinue the laundering, but relents after Norton threatens to destroy the library, remove Andy’s protection from the guards, and move him to worse conditions. Andy is released from solitary confinement after two months, and he tells a skeptical Red that he dreams of living in Zihuatanejo, a Mexican coastal town. Andy also tells him of a specific hayfield near Buxton, asking Red—once he is released—to retrieve a package that Andy buried there. Red worries about Andy’s well-being, especially when he learns Andy asked a fellow inmate for 6 ft (1.8 m) of rope.
At the next day’s roll call, the guards find Andy’s cell empty. An irate Norton throws a rock at a poster of Raquel Welch hanging on the cell wall, revealing a tunnel that Andy dug with his rock hammer over the past 19 years. The previous night, Andy used the rope to escape through the tunnel and prison sewage pipe, taking Norton’s suit, shoes, and ledger, containing proof of the money laundering. While guards search for him, Andy poses as Randall Stephens, withdraws over $370,000 (equivalent to $2.92 million in 2019) of the laundered money from several banks, and mails the ledger and other evidence of the corruption and murders at Shawshank to a local newspaper. State police arrive at Shawshank and take Hadley into custody, while Norton commits suicide to avoid arrest.
The following year, Red is finally paroled after serving 40 years. He struggles to adapt to life outside prison and fears that he never will. Remembering his promise to Andy, he visits Buxton and finds a cache containing money and a letter asking him to come to Zihuatanejo. Red violates his parole by traveling to Fort Hancock, Texas, and crossing the border into Mexico, admitting that he finally feels hope. He finds Andy on a beach in Zihuatanejo, and the two reunited friends happily embrace.