My impression was even more unfavorable the second time. Ewan McGregor stars as Christian, a writer whose wide-eyed infatuation with both the Moulin Rogue theater community and its star, Satine Nicole Kidman prove to be his downfall. A wealthy romantic rival Richard Roxburgh inspires Christian to write as a means of creative and romantic expression.
Although the events all through out the movie are portrayed in a sense of fantasy through a remarkably choreographed comic musical and melodrama, Luhrmann is still able to make it exceptionally and passionately manipulative of its audience.
Furthermore, its music is strongly relative to its theme: Love can overcome all obstacles. One scene in this movie wherein the sound aspect, specifically musical and melodrama, clearly stands out is the "Elephant Love Medley" scene.
This scene is very formalistic because it makes no pretense at realism. Like music, wherein most people rely on to retire in their difficult moments, this scene is a form of escapism as well. Here, Christian, who is played by Ewan McGregor, persuades Satine, who is played by Nicole Kidman, to be with him through singing and dancing.
This signifies his ability go to extreme lengths to express his love for Satine; in this case, through singing love songs. Guray 2 Moreover, in this melodramatic scene, Luhrmann successfully heightens the intense emotions generated by conflicts between Christian and Satine, who represent very clear defined moral positions, through music.
In the beginning of the scene, Christian argues with Satine about falling in love. The music seemed to have manipulated her.
She entirely allows herself to consider falling in love with him. This means that anything is possible with love. This movie is a fantasy that is filled with hope, bliss, absurdity, comedy and drama, all portrayed in a musical, which brings reality into a halt.
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Moulin Rouge AU with a happy ending. Notes: “I love a little poetry after supper.” The courtesan had intended to watch The Dean’s reaction, but there was a sharp intake of breath from the smaller girl in her arms and she felt fingertips being dug lightly into her shoulder. The Dean was leaving her booth slowly and with a calm.
“Moulin Rogue!” finally captivates with its somber love story late in the going and introduces its final act with an onstage performance that is jaw dropping in its beauty.
Kidman and McGregor have good voices and make a number of songs work, particularly the soaring “Come What May” (which was written for “Romeo + Juliet”). With Moulin Rouge!, the third and ﬁnal instalment of his Red Curtain Trilogy, Luhrmann has fashioned a cinematic tour de force that gives exuberant expression to his aesthetics of postmodern eclecticism.