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Watch Puccini: La Fanciulla del West

(162) 7.8 2018
Starring
Richard Bernstein, Scott Scully, Susanna Phillips, Marco Armiliato
Genres
Musical
Director
Gary Halvorson

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Wednesday, 29 Apr 2020 07:06

The title of this film comes from the music of S.C.I.A. - Pazzo which is a composer who lived from the second half of the seventeenth century to the middle of the eighteenth century. The film focuses on a brilliant artist from the art of painting - Pazzo who was so good that his paintings were able to give a portrait of Jesus Christ to the church. In this film we see the life of an Italian artist - a great artist and it shows us what he had to go through to be a great artist. We see him travelling the world, living in Greece, France, Spain and even in America, and he works on painting, which he did as a religious practice. I think the greatest point of the film is the way Pazzo managed to achieve such a large fame. The film shows us how he had to deal with rejection, rejection from his family, rejection from his country, and finally, rejection from his own country because he was seen as a heretic. The film is very entertaining and very inspiring because we see how he struggled to be a great artist. Pazzo's most famous painting is the Virgin Mary, which was the first one he painted and it is the only one of his works that he has never sold. And the film ends with a comparison between Pazzo and his art. The film is very good and it shows that even if you are a great artist, you can still be rejected, and you can still be a heretic, but that you have to deal with rejection. The film is very good and I think it's one of the best films of the 90s. A really good film.


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