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Ver Donizetti: L'Elisir d'Amore

Matthew Diamond
Susanna Phillips, Ashley Emerson, Matthew Polenzani, Domingo Hindoyan

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Sunday, 24 May 2020 19:51

A year before this movie, my aunt had given me a copy of "Elisir d'Amore" for my birthday. This was after I had seen the original movie, and I remember how "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy had introduced me to this world of fantasy and magic. This was a beautiful movie, with all the right ingredients for a great story. It was funny, romantic, sad, touching, and filled with adventure and magic. It was definitely worth a viewing. It was also about a man named Luis (played by Luigi Bassolo) who got a phone call, and he decides to take a train to Barcelona. The train is a very old train, and is over 100 years old. Luis is very different from the normal passengers, because he is a nerd. The people on the train have different personalities. There is a woman named Silvia (played by Renata Bergen) who has been a vegetarian all her life, and she is constantly arguing with her husband. There is a couple named Cos (played by Nicola Fellini and Bertolucci) and her husband Aldo (played by Renato Langlois) who has a difficult relationship with his wife. There is also a girl named Susana (played by Regina Marcos), who is very shy. And finally, there is a boy named Roberto (played by Franco Nero), who is very brave and brave-spirited. Luis will try to get to Barcelona, and he finds a way to get there. And he meets many people along the way. But it is a very different journey for Luis, and it will take him to a place that he never expected. And that's why this movie is so great. Because the story is not about a man, but it's about the journey that Luis goes on. This movie is so memorable, and I recommend it to anyone who wants to get a good story, a good movie, and a beautiful story.
Sunday, 24 May 2020 14:03

La delle slovenia is a delightful little tale. A rich Italian nobleman has been found dead in his bed, having apparently committed suicide. The innkeeper, Corinna (Bentley), is perplexed at first, but eventually becomes persuaded by the mysterious St. Jude (Furlong) to investigate. He finds that the dead man was a key player in the illegal trade in blood. He has also been responsible for the murder of several members of the royal family, and has sent one of the servants to do the deed. St. Jude has been working for centuries in the Vatican, but is still young and handsome, and has a keen eye for his fellow priests. He has an agent, now, for hire, a young Italian maid, Gabriella (Claudia Mastroianni), who has been sent to Rome to make an impression and avoid suspicion. As the mystery deepens, the maid discovers that she is not as naive as she seems. St. Jude's intentions are not all that innocent. As the story develops, the viewer is encouraged to discover who, exactly, is the one person who is truly interested in the murder. Many times, the story is so complex that I wondered who was the killer. However, it is impossible to tell. There is no one telling who is the killer, except for St. Jude. It is really quite amazing how this film works. It is based on a play, and the result is a musical. The main character, Sir Robert Webster, plays a part in the play. The characters are told, but not told. The script is a musical with an interesting musical score. This is one of the most difficult things to do, for the musical score is sung by different people. The music is good, but in a different way. The music is really well done, and the film is really well done. In addition to the music, the film has great acting. We have Bentley, who was quite good, but he wasn't the only one. This is one of the few films that I have seen that is a real knockout. The supporting cast is also very good. The movie has a few slow moments, but it was worth it. The film is definitely worth watching.

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