Fifty Shades of Gray is a 2015 American sensual sentimental dramatization movie coordinated by Sam Taylor-Johnson, with a screenplay by Kelly Marcel. The film depends on the 2011 novel of a similar name by British creator E. L. James and stars Dakota Johnson as Anastasia Steele, a college alum who starts a sadomasochistic association with youthful business tycoon Christian Gray, played by Jamie Dornan.
The film debuted at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival on February 11, 2015 and was discharged on February 13, 2015, by Universal Pictures and Focus Features. Despite accepting for the most part negative audits, it was a quick film industry achievement, breaking various film industry records and acquiring over $571 million around the world.
The film was the most granted at the 36th Golden Raspberry Awards, winning five of six designations, including Worst Picture (tied with Fantastic Four) and both driving parts. Conversely, Ellie Goulding’s single “Love Me as You Do” was named for the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song, while The Weeknd’s single “Earned It” was designated for the Academy Award for Best Original Song.
It is the main film in the Fifty Shades film arrangement and was trailed by two spin-offs, Fifty Shades Darker (2017) and Fifty Shades Freed (2018).
Fifty Shades of Grey Movie Story
Twenty-one-year-old Anastasia “Ana” Steele is an English writing major at Washington State University’s (“WSU”) satellite grounds close Vancouver, Washington. At the point when her flat mate, Kate Kavanagh, turns out to be sick and can’t talk with Christian Gray, a 27-year-old extremely rich person business person, for the school daily paper, Ana consents to go in her place. At Christian’s Seattle central station called Gray House, Ana falters her way through the gathering. Christian, who is that year’s WSU beginning speaker, appreciates her; before long, he visits the tool shop where Ana works. He consents to Ana’s ask for a photograph shoot to go with the article for which Ana had talked with him.
Christian welcomes Ana for coffee, yet he leaves suddenly, saying he isn’t the man for her. Christian later sends Ana first version duplicates of two Thomas Hardy books, including Tess of the d’Urbervilles, as a blessing.
Ana and her companions commend graduation at a neighborhood bar. In the wake of drinking excessively, Ana precipitously calls Christian, saying she is restoring the books and castigates his conduct towards her. Christian goes to the bar and discovers Ana, who goes out. She gets up the following morning in Christian’s inn room, eased that they were not cozy.
Ana and Christian start seeing each other, however he demands that she consent to a non-revelation arrangement keeping her from uncovering insights about their dalliance. Christian clarifies that he just has interrelations including subjugation that is plainly characterized in a marked contract. Ana uncovers that she is a virgin. While thinking about the understanding and arranging her own terms, and subsequent to going by his “den”, a room supplied with an assortment of BDSM toys, furniture, and apparatus, she and Christian engage in sexual relations.
Christian offers Ana with blessings and favors, for example, another auto and workstation phone. After Ana and Kate move to Seattle, Ana keeps seeing Christian. Amid supper at Christian’s folks, Ana all of a sudden says she is leaving the following day to visit her mom in Georgia. Afterward, Christian winds up disappointed when Ana communicates she needs more than the uneven relationship he proposes. She is stunned when Christian surprisingly lands in Georgia, they have intercourse again however he leaves soon a short time later, to watch out for a crisis in Seattle.
In the wake of returning home, Ana keeps seeing Christian, who needs promote sexual experimentation. Ana at first assents, however Christian keeps sincerely inaccessible, annoying her. While as yet thinking about the agreement, and with an end goal to comprehend Christian mentally, Ana requests that he exhibit how he would “rebuff” her for control breaking. Christian whips Ana’s posterior six times with a belt. Resentful and appalled, Ana parts ways with Christian in the wake of reasoning that he isn’t right for her and his practices verge on being degenerate and exorbitant.
In an elective consummation, both Ana and Christian experience flashbacks. Christian runs in the rain, while Ana cries in her condo. Christian experiences a blessing Ana gave him with the note: “This helped me to remember a glad time. — Ana”.