Essay on Moulin rouge

Moulin Rouge – Film

‘The woman I love is.. .dead’ whispering the finale word he dramatically leaves the rest of the story for us to see, we are taken back in time from the depressing overcast atmosphere where drunken Christian begins to tell his scandalous romance in grief.From the very beginning when the curtains are drawn back in a […]

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There have been loads of comments on the recent film, Moulin Rouge

Surely we will find laud and criticism. But the question is, at the first glance of the film, how many of the spectators really know the worthy of remark in it? I am sure not a high number. This is because “nobody knows for sure” what the postmodern is or what the elements of a […]

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An Analysis of Moulin Rouge

Moulin Rouge(2001) is an Oscar winning master piece from director Baz Luhrmann. It followed the success and recognition of Romeo + Juliet (1996) and Strictly Ballroom (1992). All three films were recognized for Luhrmann’s characteristic style. His films feature stylistic choices such as blue and red lighting, the use of rapid cuts and vibrant, period […]

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Moulin Rouge: the Hip Edge to Love Tales

Moulin Rouge was seen in a theatre- or a tiny bedroom; whatever you prefer to call it- at 9:00 pm, 11th May. Known as one of the hippest yet classy musicals of modern time, it depicts the story of a young, dazzling star (played by Nicole Kidman) of a popular French nightclub and the steamy […]

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Moulin Rouge

In this essay I will be analysing Moulin Rouge, directed by Baz Luhrmann and the film’s running time is 2 hours and 6 minutes. The time of the clip I shall be analysing is 1. 12. 00 until 1. 18. 40. The film is in the musical genre, with a hybrid genre of drama and […]

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