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Watch Donizetti: L'Elisir d'Amore

(167) 7.7 2018
Starring
Ashley Emerson, Domingo Hindoyan, Matthew Polenzani, Susanna Phillips
Genres
Musical
Director
Matthew Diamond

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Wednesday, 08 Jul 2020 15:13

In 1958, the opera house of the American University in Rome is the scene of a devastating fire. To save it, the director Carl Gottlieb (Robert De Niro) proposes a play, in which three tragic characters will die, and the others will live in an opera house in the university. The terrible tragedy of the fire occurred in the early hours of the morning, and the actors, the young actors and the students have to create a play for the tragedy. The last few performances in the building have to act the roles of the fire victims. They are divided into the three plays, and the drama is slowly coming to the climax. This is a good and charming film about the tragic fire in the university. It tells us the real story, the painful way that the death of a friend changed the lives of all the other victims, and how the director and actors dealt with the tragedy. One of the most important things in the film is that it shows the whole tragedy, that is, the scenes of the fire, the acting of the students, the dramatic situations, the tragedy of the fire. And this is what makes it a good film, because the production of the disaster is shown in a real way, and it is not shown as a tragic film. I don't know if the director and the actors have done the production of the fire scenes as if it was a tragedy, but the quality of the production is very good, and so is the production of the tragedy. I recommend this film to everyone, because it is very good and very good to the audience. My vote is seven. Title (Brazil): "Elisir D'Amore" ("A New Life")
Sunday, 17 May 2020 02:58

Oscar-winning Italian filmmaker Ferruccio D'Annunzio has a reputation for taking a typical Italian melodrama and showing it through the eyes of the American viewer. But, for those of us who were raised on American-Italian melodramas, D'Annunzio's L'Elisir d'Amore (The Chosen One) is a rather unknown gem. I'm happy to report that the film is as well done as it is beautiful, and it really does make you think about your life and what you do in your personal life. In the hands of a lesser-known director, I can't see the point of making this film, but D'Annunzio takes it seriously. The film is set in 1962, just after the Battle of Guadalcanal and as the U.S. enters the Korean War. The movie is set during the Christmas season in New York City. The film takes place at a Catholic church where Sister "La Maria" (Dalia Mello) is being interviewed by Father "Constantino" (John Gielgud). Sister Maria's life has not been a normal one. When she was a child, she was born to a single mother who was unable to care for her. Sister Maria is trying to raise her own daughter, who has inherited all of her mother's faults, and Sister Maria is spending her days and nights, even though she is in bed. Sister Maria finds a priest (Alberto Brescia) to help her cope with the pressures of her life, but Sister Maria is not the only person who has had her problems. A woman named Sister "May" (Nella Torres) lives in a one-room apartment and is in a very bad relationship with her husband (Fernando Leoni). May is having an affair with the young priest, who is on a mission. May is very young and has not yet learned how to handle the responsibilities of a young woman, and she is very angry with her husband. Sister Maria finds that the man she has been waiting for, Father "Constantino" (John Gielgud), has never been to see his family. The other priest, Father "Ambrosio" (Giovanni Mazzalotta), is having a hard time finding a job and is hoping to be able to use the money he makes as a parish priest to help out his family. Father "Constantino" is going to be married to his
Wednesday, 06 May 2020 09:51

One of the great pleasures of the "Oscar-nominated" movie "L'Elisir d'Amore" is to see the very talented and professional actors in the right roles and in the right places. It is a story about a musical group that decides to form a new band, called "The Human League". They hire a professional pianist (George C. Scott) to play the piano, so that the music will be as smooth as silk, and as smooth as the very best piano-players. They decide that the group will be called "The Human League", and they will not have any non-professional members. The group, consisting of lead singer and pianist Luciano (Jose Carvalho) and keyboardist Arca (Giancarlo Vianelli), will call themselves "The Human League". Luciano is a very good pianist and is the undisputed leader of the group. He has played in many big groups, and now he is looking to get in some big ones. When the group is scheduled to play in a concert in Monte Carlo, they are surprised to find out that there will be no pianist. There is no piano in the area. They decide that they will go to another city and that they will hire an orchestra, as well. When they arrive, they are given the wrong concert hall. Luciano and Arca think that they will have to wait in the airport and have to go back to their hotel. Arca then notices that there is a very nice hotel. The hotel is named "La Rabana". Arca takes the piano with him and when he arrives in Monte Carlo, he is surprised to find that the hotel is not used. He goes to the hotel and asks for an audition for the orchestra. The hotel owner, Antonio (Giancarlo Vianelli), is a very nice man and he thinks that Luciano and Arca are very talented musicians. The hotel owner says that he is not going to play the orchestra, but he is going to give them a room and they will play in the orchestra. The concert is a success, and the orchestra does not show up at the next concert. The hotel owner offers the two pianists a room and they agree. Arca and Luciano decide to stay at the hotel for the rest of the tour. Arca realizes that he is not the one to lead the orchestra, and he finds that he is more talented than Luciano. They have a lot of good music together


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