The heat and passion of Bizet’s Carmen is brought to life as never before in Francesco Rosi’s definitive, highly-acclaimed version starring Placido Domingo, Julia Migenes and Ruggero Raimondi.
In Seville, 1820, a naive soldier Don Jose falls under the spell of sensual temptress Carmen. He deserts from the army, gives up everything to be with her, only to be spurned in favour of the toreador Escamillo. His desperate pleas for her to return are met with further humiliation and Carmen’s taunts lead to a dramatic finale.
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Shot as a film rather than just the music and singing, so there is background noise, eg footsteps, horses, more than in a normal production. This adds to the reality, but might not suit everyone. The first two chapters about the bull fight I found pretty unpleasant and will always skip through them. I think it deserved more than PG, and could be upsetting to animal lovers, even if it is just acted out.
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