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Moulin Rouge! (2001)

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Moulin Rouge!
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TitleMoulin Rouge!
Year2001
CountryAustralia, USA
GenreMusical (Movies)
CollectionDance and Music
Run Time2h 7 min
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In 1899 Paris, a young man named Christian, who is suffering from depression, begins writing his story (“Nature Boy”). One year earlier, he moves to the Montmartre district to join the Bohemian movement. Meeting a troupe of performers led by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Christian helps them finish their show, Spectacular Spectacular, to sell to Harold Zidler, owner of the Moulin Rouge. They arrive at the Moulin Rouge as Zidler and his “Diamond Dog Dancers” perform (“Zidler’s Rap Medley/Can Can Dance”). Toulouse arranges for Christian to present the work to Satine, the star courtesan, unaware that Zidler has promised Satine to the Duke of Monroth, his potential investor (“Sparkling Diamonds”).

Satine mistakes Christian for the Duke, and they dance before retiring to her chamber (“Rhythm of the Night”, “Meet Me in the Red Room”), but she learns he is merely a writer (“Your Song”). The Duke interrupts, and Christian and Satine claim they were rehearsing Spectacular Spectacular. Aided by Zidler, Toulouse, and the troupe, they pitch the show to the Duke, improvising a plot about an evil maharajah attempting to woo an Indian courtesan who loves a poor sitar player (“The Pitch (Spectacular Spectacular)”). The Duke backs the show, provided that only he may court Satine. Satine contemplates Christian and her longing to become “a real actress” (“One Day I’ll Fly Away”). Christian returns, and he and Satine fall for each other (“Elephant Love Medley”).

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Cast:

Jim Broadbent Jim Broadbent
Harold Zidler
John Leguizamo John Leguizamo
Toulouse-Lautrec
Jacek Koman Jacek Koman
The Unconscious Argentinean

In 1899 Paris, a young man named Christian, who is suffering from depression, begins writing his story (“Nature Boy”). One year earlier, he moves to the Montmartre district to join the Bohemian movement. Meeting a troupe of performers led by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Christian helps them finish their show, Spectacular Spectacular, to sell to Harold Zidler, owner of the Moulin Rouge. They arrive at the Moulin Rouge as Zidler and his “Diamond Dog Dancers” perform (“Zidler’s Rap Medley/Can Can Dance”). Toulouse arranges for Christian to present the work to Satine, the star courtesan, unaware that Zidler has promised Satine to the Duke of Monroth, his potential investor (“Sparkling Diamonds”).

Satine mistakes Christian for the Duke, and they dance before retiring to her chamber (“Rhythm of the Night”, “Meet Me in the Red Room”), but she learns he is merely a writer (“Your Song”). The Duke interrupts, and Christian and Satine claim they were rehearsing Spectacular Spectacular. Aided by Zidler, Toulouse, and the troupe, they pitch the show to the Duke, improvising a plot about an evil maharajah attempting to woo an Indian courtesan who loves a poor sitar player (“The Pitch (Spectacular Spectacular)”). The Duke backs the show, provided that only he may court Satine. Satine contemplates Christian and her longing to become “a real actress” (“One Day I’ll Fly Away”). Christian returns, and he and Satine fall for each other (“Elephant Love Medley”).

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