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Watch Puccini: Turandot

(175) 7.0 2016
Starring
Paolo Carignani, Nina Stemme, Renée Fleming, Anita Hartig
Genres
Musical
Director
Barbara Willis Sweete

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Musical
Director Barbara Willis Sweete
Writer Renato Simoni, Giuseppe Adami
Stars Paolo Carignani, Nina Stemme, Renée Fleming, Anita Hartig
Country 140

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Monday, 06 Apr 2020 03:03

The first film in the famed "Touche" series, which is a musical about the life of composer Joseph Pacheco, in the 1940's. This film takes a more dramatic and dramatic turn and tells the story of the composer's personal life, with the music, mainly the songs, being the central focus. The story is told in a dreamlike way, and the director has used many different styles to tell the story, from the montage, to the grandiose animation and to the lively music and to the whole musical style. The first half of the film is quite slow and the main character, Pacheco, is basically a simple and innocent boy, who loves to sing and plays the piano. In the second half of the film, however, Pacheco finds himself involved in a conspiracy to murder his old friend, and becomes more of a human, and a bit more complex, as well. The whole story is told from the perspective of Pacheco's childhood friend, Joe, who was murdered by his friend's brother, and in the end, Pacheco's wife, a rich woman, makes a decision to take care of him in order to keep him happy, and this is one of the key themes of the film, as well as the music of the film. The film also has a large cast of characters, but I found the main character, Pacheco, to be the most interesting. He is a very strong and human character, who has a very good heart, and is very loyal to his friends, and to his wife. Overall, this film is a very good film, with a lot of different elements and styles in it, and is certainly a must-see for any fan of musicals.


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