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Whiplash
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Title

Whiplash

Year released

2014

Genres

Drama, music

Synopsis

A promising jazz drummer enrols at a cut-throat music conservatory where his immense talent is mentored by a fearsome teacher who'll stop at nothing to realise his student's potential.

Cast and crew

  • Miles Teller
  • J.K. Simmons
  • Melissa Benoist
Whiplash follows a promising drummer, Andrew, who studies at an elite music conservatory hoping to make it big. When he crosses paths with a mentor whose teaching methods are unorthodox, Andrew's life will be forever changed – and his ambition will quickly spiral into obsession, with dangerous results.

Thought-provoking and provocative, Whiplash is all about music, passion and the sacrifices we're willing to make in order to get ahead. Both Miles Teller and J.K. Simmons offer magnetic performances – with the latter winning an Academy Award for his role. The movie's relentless pace will take your breath away.

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