Lucia (1998)

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A small opera company gathers together to celebrate the wedding of one's sister with a performance of the opera, Donizetta. Her brother hopes her new husband, a rich American tenor, will ... See full summary »


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Don Boyd, Walter Scott (novel)

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30 April 2010 | alfredostore
| Where has this film been hiding
I went along to the Barbican and the London International Documentary festival last Sunday and saw a feature film which was not a documentary. It was absolutely brilliant. I had not heard about it before and wondered why. It had the feel of a very modern movie. Digital images. The director was there, Don Boyd, and he explained it was the first film to be transferred from digital video to 35mm film. It had a beautiful moody look. Very artistic. And the music was incredible - a mixture of opera and electro...The young actors I hadn't heard of but they ll seemed to be singing live but the film didn't seem like an opera film. It was the best music film I have seen in a long time and I like commercial films. My Italian friend who saw it with me loved it to and said that the mix of English for the dialogue and the subtitles for the opera music was perfect. Goog story in Scotland mixing ow with the the past. Go see it if you can. And I wish there was a DVD of it to buy. (Only one small problem - the soundtrack seemed a bit old fashioned but then I found out is was made 12 years ago). Nine out of Ten. AF

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