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Where is the graveyard located in the movie phantom of the opera released in 2004?
There were quite a few adaptations of the Phantom of the opera (at least ten). But two most known Films would be: (1925) starring Lon Chaney (1943) starring Claude Rains, …Nelson Eddy
With the way the 2004 version, with Gerard Butler as the Phantom ended, I doubt it, because a main character died at the very end, and without them they couldn't or shouldn't …have a reason to make a sequel. Although the main character did die in the end of phantom of the opera, that was way in the future when they are old. The sequel "Love Never Dies" has trailers available on youtube.
There is but it's not very long. It's directly after the play Don Juan, when the Phantom and Christine sing and she reveals his face to the audience and he cuts a rope that co…nnects to the ropes he disconnected earlier in the film. The chandelier more of slides and falls rather than falls directly down.
The songs were by Andrew Lloyd Webber and it was directed by Joel Schumacher
The 2004 Phantom of the Opera film adaptation was a movie derived from the musical by Ansrew Lloyd Webber, which was based on the novel by Gaston Leroux. The film begins in 19…19, where ht edilapidated Paris Opera house holds an auction in sellign pieces. Raoul the Vicomte de Chagny now an old wheelchiar-bound man, purchases a music box. But he is distracted for the next piece, a broken chandelier now restored and electrically wired known as Lot 666. As the auctioneers display the restored chandelier, the opening crescendo of music wipes away the years of decay from the opera house as the black and white turns into color, and the audience is transported back in time to 1864, the beginning of the story, when the opera was in its prime. A disfigured musical genius called "The Phantom" lives in the deepest recess of hte opera house, and upon hearing the voice of Christine Daae he plots to place his protege at center stage. Christine is caught between the love of her childhood sweetheart Raoul, and her fascination with the Phantom. The Phantom plots to make Christine his, resorting to stalking her, as well as killing several people. After all is said and done, the final moments of the film are of Raoul visiting Christines grave (she died an old woman), and placing the music box there.
I was able to dicuss with the producers of phantom of the opera and they said they did not plan to know where he went after he left the fire at the opera, but if he was to go …somewhere, he would go to another opera, try to find another place to hide,or just roam wherever he pleased, i believe that he would roam wherever he wanted because when he was n the opera he did not leave, and at the end of the movie it showed one of his roses on the cement block of Christine daae's grave.
The role of Christine was played by Emmy Rossum in the 2004 Phantom of the Opera movie.
That is a very good question. I don't think he did. All we know is that he left his lair with smashed mirrors everywhere. I don't think he would've died. My guess is that he w…ent and found somewhere else to hide seeing Madame Giry led everyone to see where he had hid.
Gerard Butler Emma Rossum Patrick Wilson
The Beauty is the eye of the beholder. The Phantom is physically deformed either from birth or Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom beaten by gypsies, he has able to create beautiful… inspiring music, able to teach a young lady to believe in herself the impossible dream. Raoul was physically hansom, he listened to music for he was patron, but had no true understanding of it or the desire to obtain it. Christine loved the phantom, although she stunned about his grotesque appearance but she was torn when he kidnapped Raoul her childhood friend. The Phantom realized it was wrong to force her to love him, that he let her and Raoul go. He died of a broken heart. He saw the true meaning of love in Christine, she was willingly to give him his desire to have a wife in order to protect Raoul from torture and death.
The monkey music box represent a happier time in the Phantom's life from his early childhood, a gift from his mother and father.
Lon Chaney's Phantom of the Opera 1925- I still become startled when he is unmasked. The makeup is extraordinary created by Lon Chaney himself it is based on the appearance of… Gaston Leroux's Phantom of the Opera. Claude Rain's Phantom of the Opera 1943-I am amaze of Claude Rain's acting to bring terror yet be a gentle soul who did not deserve what had happened to him. Herbert Lom's Phantom of the Opera 1962-Hertbert Lom's brings in a man who is tortured, abused by his fellow music publisher, his Christine is playing Joan of Arc, he becomes her tutor in music. Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom of the Opera 2004-Gerard Butler brings in madness, his thoughts are "I am not given up Christine to Raoul." The music is mixed some of it is beautiful, some of it needs more study, more practice, Gerard missed a couple high notes resulting in yelling.
Gerard Butler, Emmy Rossum and Minnie Driver
Accordingly to various music articles of art magazines No. The most art musical reviewers thought Gerard Butler should have studied for a couple of years before taking the rol…e of the Phantom. Emma Rossum although a good singer, lacked acting skills, she had come across as wooden and unemotional at times. Patrick Wilson had come across as well sung, well trained but not as a strong dynamic hero as he should have been.
What is the difference between The Phantom of the Opera story or movie and Phantom of the Opera musical?
The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux, his Phantom is dying of an unusual illness and a broken heart. He wants to be loved yet he is cruel to Christine by threatening the …life of her boyfriend Raoul. Before this, she was torn between the two men the Phantom and Raoul: One could offer her luxury and other could offer her music, she loved them both for different reasons, did not want to lose either, she wanted both men. When she kisses his forehead, not his lips from the Phantom of the opera musical of Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber, caused him to let her go and Raoul go to fall in love and to marry. He died a few hours later when they leave. A while he was dying, he blessed their relationship and he grateful that Christine did not die when she had kissed him. Lon Chaney's Phantom of the Opera 1925, there is no hint of romance between them, she believed at first the Phantom was Raoul or Phillipe his brother in disguise who was teaching her music. She is horrified when she had unmasked him. Because of the mysterious murders and the death of Philippe he is attacked by people of Paris, he is either becomes arrested or murdered by the mob. All movies of the Phantom of the Opera, some follow Gaston Leroux's Phantom of the Opera to perfection, some do a variation what caused his deformity whether it was acid thrown at his face or he was burned alive who were jealous of his music or beaten by gypsies, but in Gaston Leroux, the Phantom was born this way and the reasons are unknown to the readers. Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom of the Opera this is both the stage and the movie version, the Phantom is more alluring, more romantic, more of a good chance with Christine to be his love than any other version. Instead of showing his death at the end, the Phantom disappears when he tells Christine and Raoul to leave after she had kissed him on the lips. His reasons, all he could offer her was nothing and wrong to keep her a prisoner and wrong to kill Raoul. The kiss from Christine reveal to him, she loved him, but all he could offer her was a dark cellar and the underground world to live. Raoul could offer her life and sunlight and happiness, a normal life.
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