• 电影名称 Carmen(I)

  • ——Never before has the art of flamenco dance been so pulsatingly sensual. Or a love so treacherously obsessive. In this explosive interpretation of the classic opera "Carmen", the lines between passionate illusion and real life become intricately entwined. Your senses will be aroused like never before. And never again will you see anything like it.
  • 中文名称 卡门
  •  类型  戏剧 / 音乐 / 爱情
  •  国家  西班牙
  •  语言  西班牙语
  •  时长  1 hr 42 min (102 min)
  • 上映时间 6 May 1983 (Spain)
Filmed in Spain by Spaniards, this is a Spanish tale based on aFrenchnovel and the French opera which it inspired. Saura's flamenco "Carmen"isan exciting work of art.A modern ensemble of musicians and dancers is rehearsing a flamencointerpretation of the Carmen story. The producer and star dancer ...
This is an amazing film, both for the incredibly energy evoked from thefrenetic flamenco dancing, and from the unique way that the filmmakersinterweave the story of the stage production with the lives of thecharacters preparing for it. Spellbinding is the only word I can use todescribe the experienc...
Carmen is one of the best films I've ever seen. It's hard to say whoseperformance is best: Antonio Gades, Cristina Hoyos and Laura del Sol aresuperb.They dance their souls out. It's a beautiful tale of inseparabilityof life and myth; myth penetrates everyday life. Dance becomes life andentire life i...
The movie within the movie - a concept done many times in the historyof cinema. It is accomplished here as well as in any.If you love Carmen, you'll love this version.If you love flamenco, you'll love this version.The plot of the classic opera is played out in the actual rehearsal ofthe opera by a f...
Passionate, dramatic, riveting as Flamenco itself, the film is simplyamazing. It is set on the immortal Bizet's music. The original music iswritten and performed by one of the greatest classical guitarists,leading proponent of the Modern Flamenco style, Paco de Lucia who playsa musician with the sam...
In Carmen, Saura once again seeks to establish a dynamic rapportbetween reality and fiction, between the actual passions of thepersonalities in a dance company preparing the choreography for thedance portions of the opera Carmen and the scripted passions from thestory of the fictional Carmen, the fa...
This is one of the best films we watched in my high school Spanish class.If you are a fan of the opera, this film will strongly entertain you. Ofcourse, the dancing is wonderful. Watching these amazing dancers moving tothe music of Bizet is well worth checking out....
This is a wonderful film! Full of passion, music and drama. It followsthe story of the opera of the same name. Even Carmen-haters will agreethat this is a version that overcomes the boredom bred of familiarityand infuses new life into this overproduced work.The setting is a flamenco school in Spain,...
While rehearing Carmen of Bizet, the middle-aged choreographer Antonio(Antonio Gades) brings the sexy Carmen (Laura del Sol) to perform thelead role. Antonio falls in love for Carmen, who is an independent andseductive woman incapable to accept a possessive love. When Carmen hasan affair with anothe...
On the face of it, Carlos Saura's 1983 Carmen is simply yet another version- to join dozens of others - of Bizet's world-famous opera, using flamencomusic and dance, and a modern story-line, alongside elements of the opera.Following in the footsteps of many a Hollywood musical, Saura sets his storyi...
I first saw this movie when it was released in the U.S. in 1984. I haveseen it many, many times since. What strikes me about the film is theincorporation of the art of the rehearsal into the lives of thecharacters and visa versa. Throughout the movie the two intertwine andat times one is never too s...
I've seen this film at least 4 times since '84 and it's still great everytime I see it. It's a very compelling version of the opera Carmen, withamazing Flamenco dancing, bare bones sets, and, of course, wonderfulmusic.This telling of Carmen is a story within a story, with each parallelingtheother, u...
Personally, I think that the film was done very professionally, I lovedthe choreography and the acting. The plot is also gripping and mysterious.The film itself is very emotional, and what I liked about it most is thatitmakes you think afterwards. Antonio Gades has absolutely lived his role tothe en...
Carlos Saura's Carmen is one of the finest achievements in world, let aloneSpanish, cinema. It manages to excite interest in flamenco in its wonderfulstaged adaptations from Bizet with powerful physical force. At the same timewe see the impact of the creation and rehearsal of a new interpretation of...
Highly regarded at release, but since rather neglected.Immense importance in the history of performing arts.A classic use of embedded plots.One of my favourite films.Why hasn't the soundtrack been re-released?...
I'm not a fan of opera, I prefer a mobile eye, a shifting stage ofappearances. So I expect those more versed than me to be able to minethis for more interesting insights in the story.I'm drawn here by two things primarily, looking for how they intersect. One is the dance, here wonderful flamenco. Th...
This is one of a number of Saura efforts celebrating various types ofLatin dances (of which I own 5!), but only the first I have checkedout. Nominated for the Best Foreign-Language Film Oscar, it details thevicissitudes behind a flamenco dance company's staging of GeorgesBizet's famous opera "Carmen...
The amazing grace and power of flamenco has never been on more vigorousdisplay than in Carlos Saura Carmen, the second of the Spanishdirector's flamenco trilogy that includes: Blood Wedding (1981), Carmen(1983), and El Amor Brujo (1986). Although the epitaph for moviemusicals has now been written, t...
This did look like an interesting film and it absolutely was, not tomention that it was a brilliant movie in its own right. Visually,Carmen is stunning, with ravishing cinematography, sumptuous colour andcostumes and costumes and scenery that are enough to take the breathaway. The music is magnifice...
Carlos Saura's Carmen is a tense and surreal story of a director whofalls in love with the lead actress he has chosen for his stage versionof Bizet's Carmen. The acting performances are very good: Antonio Gadesas the perfectionist, passionate and contemplative director Antonio andLaura del Sol as Ca...
great dancing, great music, great story. I saw it when it came outoriginally and dubbed into German, so my memory is a bit hazy, but itwas very impressive. The story of the opera repeats itself in aproduction. All is shot very minimalistic, nearly just one set. It'sstark, nearly monochrome and very ...
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