فيلم Puccini: Madama Butterfly

Puccini: Madama Butterfly

Puccini: Madama Butterfly is an episode of The Metropolitan Opera HD Live starring Karel Mark Chichon, Deborah Voigt, and Roberto Alagna. US Navy Lieutenant B. F. Pinkerton buys a house in Japan along with a bride, Cio-Cio San,...

Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Musical
Director
Gary Halvorson
Writer
Luigi Illica, David Belasco, Giuseppe Giacosa
Actors
Deborah Voigt, Tony Stevenson, Karel Mark Chichon, Roberto Alagna
Country
140
Year
2016
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

US Navy Lieutenant B. F. Pinkerton buys a house in Japan along with a bride, Cio-Cio San, a.k.a. Butterfly, to tide him over until he marries a "real" American wife. When he leaves for America, Cio-Cio San waits patiently and jumps for joy when his ship enters the harbor after three years. Unfortunately, his return ends in tragedy.

Comments about musical «Puccini: Madama Butterfly» (20)

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Roger M.

This is the story of a 16 year old boy who gets into an accident while riding on the roof of his mother's shop. It turns out that the boy's mother was a prostitute, so he now needs to sell his soul to an evil spirit that is hell bent on destroying the town in which the shop is located. The film was brilliantly directed by Agnès Varda who has created some of the greatest films in French cinema. It is a film about the life of a teenage boy who is depressed, lives in a crazy house, and is finally let go from his mother. The film is told through the eyes of the boy who becomes more and more sick and depressed as the film goes on. The boy also becomes obsessed with a black cat that he keeps on a shelf in his room. The cat has a sadistic personality. This film shows us the difference between normal people and sadists. You should definitely watch this film because it is very smart. However, I don't recommend watching it at a young age because it is a very dark film. You will also want to go out and buy the soundtrack as well. The soundtrack is very good. It is very cool and good music to listen to.

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Tammy

The musical Stuccini: Madama Butterfly is an inspired retelling of the opera based on the musical's lyrics, plot, and performances. In the opera, a wise and beautiful princess leads a pack of starving and starving refugees from war-torn Rome to an enchanted island where they will be re-united with their mother, if the prince of the island is a man who will consent to their being returned to their homeland. Mater, the prince, had been betrayed by his men, and his entire family was killed in a raid, leaving him with only his beloved sister (Theodore Rex, looking gaudy and suave, making him the most desirable of the women). After traveling for days and eating the same meals that the refugees had eaten before, he tells Mater that he is only using him, but Mater is still the prince, and the princess has decided that he will be her king. While the princess's little sister is having a sleepover with the rest of the refugees, Mater decides to dance and sing with them as he will be their king. They all enjoy it, and in the end, Mater is the prince. The story is full of heart, and many people will find it so charming and touching, as the story itself is. Many of the songs are original and fun, and it's a musical that is great fun to sing along to. Many of the actors and actresses who sing and dance in this musical have been dubbed over, but the talented singers and dancers don't care and make the English dubbed version of the show so enjoyable to listen to.

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Sharon

When I first saw this film, I was shocked, it was the best dance film I've ever seen. Its the best portrayal of dance in movies I've ever seen, and that's saying a lot, a perfect example of what great cinema should be. It is a very good film, highly recommended, you will love it.

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Diana Roberts

Loved this movie, very nice and intelligent, got to the point, the 'Boys are back' in style, which is the main thing this movie has. This is one of the best movies I've seen in a long time, I even enjoyed some scenes with Marc Anthony and Mariane. This is one of those movies where you never know if it's going to be a winner or not. It's a nice story, very intelligent and entertaining. It has a good message, for example it's about doing what's right, and being honest, and sticking up for what's right, and not messing with others, making mistakes, being kind and just do your best and don't do it just for the sake of it. This is what I learned from this movie.

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Louis

I love this movie. I went to see it the day it came out, I was not expecting it to be like that, I was expecting it to be for me to see a movie, it was just so different. My favorite part is when they talk about where their parents are, like the beginning of the movie, when you first meet her father he seems like he's in a mental ward, she asks how much he's made and he says, "three million dollars", and then later he tells her, "you'll know you're adopted when you see my clothes, my wife's two gold teeth, my sister's an amateur pianist." So this is the place that they're in, and they're just so happy. I also really love the song in the end, "Somebody has to do something about this place", I just really like that song. I always wonder what happened to their parents, that's what I was hoping for in the end. I was also very surprised to hear that they sang the same song twice. It's not that I like singing together as much as singing individually. I also liked how the song came back to their parents. The last scene I really liked is the one where the girls are in the bathroom and they sing, "this way to my room" and then later on the song comes back and they sing "you'll know when you see my shoes, my mom's shoes." and I loved that. So the movie is great, I would give it an eight out of ten.

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Jean D.

I can't believe the reviews here and elsewhere. I've seen both "Puccini: Madama Butterfly" and "Puccini: Madama Butterfly. I was so surprised at how much I liked this movie. My rating of 9 is higher than the average for this kind of movie. I love it. I was particularly impressed by Michael (Christopher R. O'Donnell). I wish he would do more projects like this. It's one of the few movies I like that he did. The acting is superb. Christopher R. O'Donnell is really great. He is charming and charismatic. The music is very good. It's a pity the music is not longer. The character of the obese nanny is very appealing. I think the movie would have worked better if it had had more music. The music would make the movie better. This movie is definitely worth seeing. I've recommended it to everyone I know and to others. You will enjoy this movie.

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Lori R.

Another decade has arrived, and with it the passing of time. We have come to expect this kind of music, the playful, the whimsical, the colorful, the surreal, the odd, the absurd. Now comes this new musical from the 80's. A movie that works best as a music video, and a really good one at that. I think that "Puccini: Madama Butterfly" has a few surprises up its sleeve, but it never falls apart. It's just wonderful. I saw this at the Chicago International Film Festival, and it was terrific. It will make you laugh, and it'll make you feel. Some of the set up in the beginning is predictable, but it's an amazing thing to do. And the setting is brilliant. The characters are fleshed out, with some brilliant performances from some of the cast members, and it's fun to see a lot of them from the original TV series. But in the end, it's the direction and the performances that make the movie, and that's something that the original "Puccini: Madama Butterfly" needed. The direction is incredibly original, with a whole new look for the visuals, and some of the visuals are just so whimsical. It's an incredibly fun movie that should be seen at least once, and if you can find it on DVD, I'd really recommend it. I hope that there is another film made from this, it was a perfect way to end the 80's. 9/10

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Tiffany

For the love of all the Holy Ghost, please never leave my house, I have spent my entire life in the theater with this piece. I am so sad that this movie is no longer on my movie shelf. I loved this movie. I was so afraid that the title would be "Puccini: Madama Butterfly" because I found out that it was based on one of my favorite authors. I watched this movie more than I ever have and I have seen it over 20 times. This movie is one of the best movies ever made, as far as I know.

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Scott

I just saw this film at the New York Film Festival. I loved it. It's a beautiful story of family, of love and suffering, of life and death, of the small but powerful differences between men and women, and between the large and the small. It's beautifully shot. The music is beautiful. It's funny, but never mean. It's a beautifully shot movie. And it is about life and death, and the beauty of love. Don't miss this movie. See it for yourself, but be prepared to be moved. It's worth it.

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Ralph Stevens

I'm always happy to see this film again. I don't know why, but the original version is so boring and all you get is only what is happening on the screen. I saw this version on cable and it was so good! I like that it is not a typical Hollywood film. The characters are not there just to be "acted" and it was never meant to be that way. This movie has the ability to shock people and it is well made. The characters are not "acting" and the film is very real and realistic. This film should be in the top 250. I hope that more directors use this type of story telling as the story goes on and hopefully more people will see this film.

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Dylan J.

You will enjoy this movie. It will have some quite interesting moments. All of which are funny. Some of the songs are quite touching. The acting is superb. This movie may be a bit corny at times, but I guess it's what the characters are suppose to be. I give this movie a 9 out of 10.

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Deborah Schultz

Mausa is a masterpiece of a film. It has something for everyone, but it's most popular for it's beautiful singing and dancing. What would be a captivating drama, turns into a beautiful dance of beauty, dance, music, and laughter. One can see the style in the film, and the deep feeling of desire, but the movie is better when it shows the feelings of love, for everyone. It's a really good film, worth watching over and over again.

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William Lewis

Ok, I must admit that I saw this movie last summer with my kids, and it was a real treat. I never thought that I would be able to watch this movie, but I was able to do so last night. I thought that I could watch the whole movie, but a few minutes before the end I got excited to see how it would end. I figured that if it had to end that it would end when my kids had all left the room. It did end that way, but it was a rather confusing ending. I just felt that it could have gone either way. It could have ended right after Eloise had her first dream, or it could have ended with Eloise sleeping on the couch in bed. The ending could have been a little bit more elaborate, but I think that it was still entertaining. The singing, dancing, and other scenes of the girls were definitely worth the price of admission. The story was also pretty good. You could definitely feel how important it was to have the guys in the movie, or you could just watch this movie with your friends, and not really care what happens. I definitely enjoyed this movie, and I would recommend this movie to anyone who has never seen it.

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Ryan H.

I had seen this movie at a community theater, and it had gotten rave reviews from the audience. I had absolutely no expectations, as I hadn't seen the movie in a long time. The movie was actually pretty good. It had some technical errors, but I think it's also because the film itself was artistic and a visual treat, but I think the technical errors were less important than the very important thing: the musical aspects of the film. I think the most important part about a movie is the music. If the music doesn't live in the film, it's a big failure. So, when the music did live in the film, it was awesome! I really like the lyrics of the songs, and the lyrics themselves really are so pretty! It really gave the characters a great energy, even when they were sad, and in some ways, I really appreciated that. That's one of the things that really made the film, and helped me to truly enjoy it, was the lyrics. The music itself was a really good thing. It really worked well with the visuals of the film. Also, the acting was just amazing. Especially this one character. It was just so cute! I love how he was so funny, and I really liked that he had a sense of humor. Overall, it's a really good movie, I can see why it got such good reviews. It had really good effects, nice cinematography, a good soundtrack, and it had really good characters. It was really good, I can see why so many people loved it. It's a really good movie. I recommend it to anyone, and I hope that more people will see it. I give it a 9 out of 10.

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Amanda G.

I have to say that I was very disappointed in Puccini: Madama Butterfly. I always thought the French were wonderful artists. But I didn't like this movie. I don't see why Puccini would feel the need to become a chick. I think he was pretty much all right as a man and I can't imagine a man who would be interested in a girl as his partner. Anyway, I just have to say I enjoyed this movie. It was a nice, light-hearted movie about a relationship between two people. And it was well-written. The story itself was not the most original, but it was very good. The acting was pretty good. A.P. Honore was brilliant. He was the reason for the ending. If you are interested in seeing this movie, you'll have to look for it. I think I will watch it again when it comes out on video.

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Ryan Powell

Oh so much fun! I think if you love gialli as much as I do, you will enjoy this. It's definitely a giallo film to look forward to. Yes, it is loosely based on the classic film, but it is the original. The acting is actually quite good, and not to mention, a lot of the cast and crew from the original have joined together. It has a lot of giallo elements in it, but it's actually quite different to the original. The giallo elements are mostly in the second half, but they do not really overwhelm the movie. The script is pretty good, but is really focused on the actual characters, and so they are the ones that make it enjoyable. In all, this is a really great film. If you are a true giallo lover, then this is definitely a film you will want to see.

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Linda

Vivian Leigh, who had not appeared on screen since the Golden Age of Hollywood, starred in this 40-year-old classic about a retired aristocrat's attempts to be restored to his former title. His quest is complicated by the discovery that his late wife's diary, a copy of which he has been trying to obtain for nearly 60 years, is missing. These two unique plots combine to create one of the best films of the 1970s. While much of the film's plot is not so much of interest, Leigh's portrayal of a working-class aristocrat who, even as a young man, had already begun to live the life of an aristocrat, can only be described as charm. His attempt to have a Hollywood career has the paradoxical effect of making him a musical star. The great irony is that the film, despite its major flaws, still manages to capture the sense of style and nostalgia that it had when it was first released. If you want to see a film that is timeless and yet not too dated, try this one.

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Matthew W.

It is a wonderful film to watch, starting with the direction and setting up the world as well as the plot. The cinematography is great, the story is very well executed and is very funny. It is also very entertaining and the ending is very nice. All in all it is one of my favourite movies of all time.

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Kevin Stanley

This film shows that we have the right to know what we are eating, and what is being sprayed into our environment. It is a nice experiment and perhaps one of the most open films about this controversial topic. The only problem I have with it is that it is slightly too heavy-handed at times, but overall it is a great film. It shows that this is not only an environmental issue, but a human issue as well.

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Nicholas

Oscar-winning conductor Caruso's Sarracino's Operetta begins by the Eiffel Tower, and doesn't stop until the final day of the war. Sarracino's camera lingers on the actors, their expressions, their moods, even their laughter. It is not simply the way music is arranged or performed, but the characters in the film. Anna Maria Bay and Antonio Salieri have great chemistry. Anna Maria Bay is more vulnerable and emotional, while Salieri has a more menacing presence. The music is beautiful and fit with the movie's tone. The background score also adds to the atmosphere. Sarracino's Eperetta is a wonderful musical experience. I have seen it on several occasions and will see it again.