[Movie]Man of la Mancha

Movie total pnts rank Rank 886in 5,395 titlesTotal 6 / Deviation 52.26
Movie rank of 1972 Rank 8in 34 titles
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Graphic2.00(Very good)1
Voice/Actor2.00(Very good)1
Story2.00(Very good)1
Made me think100%1/1
Hot heart0%0/1
Shed tears0%0/1
Learned something0%0/1
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Arthur Hiller
Dale Wasserman
Giuseppe Rotunno
Mitch Leigh Joe Darion
Laurence Rosenthal
Peter O'Toole
Sophia Loren
James Coco
Harry Andrews
John Castle
Brian Blessed
Ian Richardson
Julie Gregg
Rosalie Crutchley
Gino Conforti
Marne Maitland
Dorothy Sinclair
Miriam Acevedo
Japan Released:1972/12/16(Sat)
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2006/11/27 Best(+3 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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Don who grew older ... Quiet Misery of Quiet ... It is simultaneously sublime.
Cruel brightness of dreams and reality. Its brutality shines the splendor of having hope. It may be similar to a heart with faith.

There is no doubt that the form of musical contributes to its appeal. Of course the performance of the actor also supports it. Especially the main character. Going into the second half Don. What a sublime of the singing appearance that quietly praises Dr. Cinhea towards the face. And the breathtaking development to the end. A setting called old crazy human beings lives.

I was not good at musical ... I did not like the songs themselves, there are many things that are wastefully bright ... There was nothing to do with it at all. It is not just about singing separately, and it is comfortable as well because it has a comical keynote. Although it is close to the stage drama, there is also opinion as to whether it is a movie, but it is a work of very high completeness. I think that it was a rather strange story when I looked back, I feel that the layered structure called the play in the play and the form of the musical are wiping away the persistence cleanly. Reaffirmation of the goodness of the musical and the fun of the stage play ... It is close to saying that he discovered rather than discovering it.

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Actually, I missed the first 2 to 30% with recording failure, but it is still the best without getting lost. It is a masterpiece.
How happy it will be if you are able to achieve a lasting like him. I was made to think about end term care.