Don Quixote (2000)

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Adapted from the work of Miguel de Cervantes, this is the story of a hidalgo, fanatic for chivalry novels, who loses his sanity and believing to be a knight named Don Quixote de La Mancha, ... See full summary »

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29 March 2004 | 0asiargento0
bewildering and boring
Dulcinea played by a black actress(nothing against Vanessa L Williams) The Duchess playing a foreign game(nothing against croquet) Costumes from the 19th century(nothing against a limited production design) Foreign accents(well, i don't care about accents, but that's another point to add) Etc. That sort of things proves the grade of fidelity of this project and make the spanish audience extremely esceptical about the result: There's absolutely no heart in it. I waited two hours to see the great Isabella Rossellini, but she is wasted with such a tiny role, although she solves it as a good professional. Finally I have to say Peter Yates' direction is stylish and elegant at times, good acting and an excellent score by Richard Hartly( I bought the CD!)

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