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Ver Puccini: La Fanciulla del West

Gary Halvorson
Richard Bernstein, Susanna Phillips, Scott Scully, Marco Armiliato

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Genres Musical
Director Gary Halvorson
Writer Carlo Zangarini, Guelfo Civinini, David Belasco
Stars Richard Bernstein, Susanna Phillips, Scott Scully, Marco Armiliato
Country USA
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K

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Saturday, 27 Jun 2020 07:45

A very interesting interpretation of the final scene of Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet", most of the movie is devoted to the interplay between Dr. Vincenzo and Maria's brother, a former country doctor, but his role is only hinted at in the first act. The gay writer, Dr. Vincenzo (Bertolucci) is being at first appalled at how slow his own life has gone and after all the tragedy that has befallen his family he is finally forced to ask his wife, and by extension his son, what's next for him. Not until the last scene does he reveal his secret: he has found a role for himself in a very different and unexpected setting. The brilliant performance of Christian Vondel's character, who is at first opposed by the two men, and then becomes more and more the one who has to decide on who will be the one to settle his family affairs is truly inspiring. As the movie progresses he finds that if his feelings for his daughter are to be as strong as his desire to marry his wife, he must also become a man, but he does not know how, nor how soon, nor how hard, but he tries to think about this until the last scene. So, in this final scene, Bertolucci and Vondel show their true abilities. In the end, the moral that Shakespeare's play was trying to achieve is found only when a man has lost his wife, when it is the woman who loses her husband. It is the woman who loses her happiness. In other words, the play is trying to show that all the reasons for happiness are due to love. The ending of the film is beautiful and tender, but with a hint of humor. While Vondel's character has realized that his love for his daughter has been lost, he has realized that he has to do something about his love for his son. The film has a real moral message. To make things even more complex is the fact that Vondel, as Dr. Vincenzo, is now gay. While the gay characters were often seen as the most despicable of all, in the role of the gay Dr. Vincenzo, Bertolucci's character gives a very strong contrast to his husband. He is a good man, who had a lot of compassion for his wife and for his son. He is a man who is trying to live in accordance with his conscience, and he is doing this in a very human way. However, his act will come back to haunt him. Christian Vondel's performance is simply amazing. The father who lost his wife and his son. Vondel portrays Vondel with a perfection, and is clearly the only person who could have played him. He has been nominated for an Oscar, and I think it is a shame that he didn't win it. The story of Vincenzo's journey in trying to get his wife to accept him as a man, in finding a new life, and in knowing that love must be all the most important thing in life is well told. This is a movie for all to see. It is funny, touching, moving, and it has a deep message. It is a real treat for the heart.
Monday, 08 Jun 2020 12:16

I've always had a love for Puccini's movies. To me, they were some of the best things I have ever seen in my life. I remember growing up watching the musical movies with my dad and mother, and eventually, we got to see the movies from their original releases on VHS. I grew up watching Pucchi movies and always wanted to be part of the story. And now, I have finally watched the complete film. Puccini: La Fanciulla del West is the best movie I've ever seen in my life. It had everything that a great Pucchi movie should have. It's a musical, it's a great story, it's extremely funny, and it has great acting. It has the greatest scene in the movie where the mother has her son "discovered" by Pucchi and he starts singing and dancing. The scene is absolutely hilarious and one of the best in the film. So, I have to recommend it to everyone. Especially to people who don't like Pucchi movies because it's not the exact same thing that the others are. It's got different music, different songs, different things to see, and also different music that Pucchi has done that is not in the other films. And as a bonus, it's got a fantastic "western" feel to it. The movie itself has a great story, great acting, and great music. The musical numbers are great and there is even a great story, that makes you care about all the characters. The movie is an absolutely incredible movie. I recommend it to everyone. It's a great musical and a great story. And I'm not just saying that because I like Pucchi movies. It's an incredible movie that you should watch.
Tuesday, 19 May 2020 15:16

In the year 2001, when young American citizens went to war in Iraq, many of them had trouble remembering the last time they had lived in a real Western-style country. "The Lady in the Van", an 18th century musical, had remained "unflaggingly optimistic and optimistic about the world" throughout its production's duration. Every film in which the characters became something other than Americans, however, has also failed to reach the same heights of optimism. Which is precisely why I am delighted to say that "Puccini" remains an improvement on the "standard" Hollywood musical. It is a film, in short, that does not take itself too seriously, and doesn't try to win over any audience, but does what it does, using one of the most versatile and versatile voices to carry its message. In the years since its production's inception, "Puccini" has maintained an unusual reputation. The film is widely praised for its faithful adaptation of the opera, but it is also panned for its failure to create an emotional connection between its characters. It is the same reason why it is always warmly remembered, even though its popularity is hardly affected. The film, then, is a very satisfying addition to the canon of film musicals. The acting, for its part, is very good, and the film has a strong musical sense. However, the film's biggest asset is its theme. The message is not the opera, but rather the story of a young woman named Francesca (Maria Elena Hureira). As she is so busy at the opera house, she spends most of her time looking after her sick father and her sister. These two families are the center of a plot that would be a waste of time if it weren't for the music. As an opera, "Puccini" is a success. It is also a fantastic musical, and one of the best that I have ever seen. That is not to say it is perfect. There are some very strong points, but the film is the best musical I have seen all year.

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