[Movie]The Red Shoes

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Movie total pnts rank Rank 726in 5,373 titlesTotal 7 / Deviation 53.07
Movie rank of 1950 Rank 1in 7 titles
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Graphic2.00(Very good)3
Voice/Actor1.67(Very good)3
Character/Setting1.33(Good)3
Music1.33(Good)3
Story1.00(Good)3
Beautiful100%3/3
Romantic67%2/3
Sad33%1/3
Learned something33%1/3
Sexy0%0/3
Cute0%0/3
Hot heart0%0/3
Brave0%0/3
Shed tears0%0/3
Moral0%0/3
Scareful0%0/3
Friendship0%0/3
Made me think0%0/3
Shocked0%0/3
Enjoyed0%0/3
Cool0%0/3
Impressed0%0/3
Interesting0%0/3
Funny0%0/3
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Michael Powell Emeric Pressburger
H.C.Andersen
Brian Easdale
Reginald Mills
General Film Dhistorivyutares Eagle-Lion BCFC Nippon Cinema Corporation
Moira Shearer
Anton Walbrook
Marius Goring
Robert Helpman
Albert Basserman
Léonide Massine
Ludmilla Tchérina
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Japan Released:1950/03/14(Tue)
Outside Japan :Released:1948/09/06
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2016/11/27 Very Good(+2 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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According to the title, this work gets inspiration from Andersen's fairy tale that ballerina dancing with red toe shoes will not stop, but the intention and aim of the author, Michael Powell and Emeric. Press Burger aim for art A trial that must be faced by the person, and unavoidable pleasure and pride, an anguish and ruin that can not be tasted by the ordinary people, and since that theme gives the reality and excitement beyond the melodrama of the movie made this movie is there. Even before "red shoes", although there were a lot of works that inserted ballet as a sculpture, a calligraphy and a ballerina as a main character, the ballet world, the severity of the way of the ballet, the glamorous charm of the ballet is brilliant There will not be a movie drawn on. This movie could not have been made without the love of the two authors for ballet art, culture, deep insight, outstanding movie feeling.

And it was natural that I won the Academy Award of 1948 in which this movie was produced in three categories of art director's award, equipment prize, dramatic film composition award.

In addition, the songs used in the ballet, including the most famous Tchaikovsky swan lake, popular songs are used, I think that was also a scene.

2012/07/30 Very Good(+2 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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"The sprout of burglary stole than what was stolen was hurt"
"I am not too busy here because I am older."
"It's hard to leave the ground though it's not a bird"

A work underlining Andersen's same name fairy tale.
Directed by Michael Powell, Emeric Press Burger.
Music is Brian Ysdale.

Anton acting as a police actor Wolbrook acts.
The second half was particularly wonderful and the feelings of jealousy and crazy appeared to be scattered from the screen.
In the work that Lust Scorsese has respect, I am producing a digital remastered version.
We recommend that you watch the normal version because there is little sound and image quality.
I wish I could make this kind of work if Spectacus respects

Those who liked this work are "Birth of Stear", "Amadeus" or something recommended.

Used music adan: From "Gisele" <Appearance of Gisele> <Pas de deux and Entree [Entre'e] d'Hilarion> <Scene des Wills>
Waltz of the first act, there is also data to be the same?
Dribe: "Coppelia"
Respighi: "Fanciful store" <Kankan>
Chopin: "Les Silsophied"
Chopin: In the Boris room of Waltz No. 7 hotel, even in the ensemble practice Tchaikovsky: "Swan Lake" the first acta coda (last song) <scene>
Act 2 The moderato of <Swans' dance> Assai, Andante <Odette and the Prince's Pacific Dictionary>, Coda (last song)
Rachmaninov: Rhapsody by the theme of Paganini 18th variation Andante. Cantabile Brian. Esdale: "fire heart" "red shoes"




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