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'Past The Point Of No Return'

‘Past the point of no return
The final threshold
The bridge is crossed
So stand and watch it burn
We’ve passed the point of no return.’
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Help Me Re-make The Music of the Night

Aaron Netsky

Cameron Mackintosh once said, when he announced the closing of the original Broadway production of Les Miserables, “I have also realized that I can’t have a crack at the Tony for Best Revival until I close the first.” This after pointing out that he wanted to take the musical out on a high note, “with audiences once again fighting for tickets,” as he had with Cats and Miss Saigon. 878 more words


Narratives - The Phantom Of The Opera

An interesting part of this film is that although it would appear to be a classical narrative, there is one quality that goes against this. This is that there isn’t actually full closure at the end of the film. 97 more words

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Cinematography - The Phantom Of The Opera

A good use of cinematography in this film is the use of black and white to colour to tell the difference in time. The first scene is made to appear quite grainy and there isn’t too much contrast. 113 more words

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Sound - The Phantom Of The Opera

An obvious aspect to the sound in The Phantom Of The Opera is the theatrical music and singing. This used very effectively in more ways than just displaying that it is an opera house. 75 more words

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Everybody loves Christine Daaé

Gaston Leroux was inspired in Christina Nilsson, a Swedish soprano singer, to create Christine Daaé. She is one of the most important characters in the musical, with beautiful songs like ‘ 240 more words

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Film Editing - The Phantom Of The Opera

An interesting effect is created through the use of editing within the first five minutes of the film. This is when there is a very smooth transition from the present to past of the opera surrounding. 131 more words

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