The Phantom of the Opera
The story of the brooding, reclusive Phantom of the Opera and his obsessive love for the beautiful Christine, a soprano at the Opéra de Paris.
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It is now 1881. As Carlotta, the Opéra's resident soprano prima donna, rehearses for that evening's performance, a backdrop collapses without warning. "The Phantom! He's here!" the anxious cast members whisper. The Opera's new owners, Firmin and André, try to downplay the incident, but Carlotta refuses to continue and storms offstage. Madame Giry, the Opéra's ballet mistress, tells Firmin and André that Christine Daaé, a Swedish chorus girl and orphaned daughter of a prominent violinist, has been "well taught", and could sing Carlotta's role. With cancellation of the performance their only alternative, the owners reluctantly audition Christine, and to their surprise she is equal to the challenge. ("Think of Me")
Christine Daae was brought up in the Paris Opera house when her famous musician father suddenly dies, telling her he will send her and angel of music to look after her. She grows up and discovers that she is hearing a voice, telling her and teaching her to sing. She believes he is the angel of music but infact he is a disfigured genius, The phantom. He falls in love with her whilst. Although she is fasinated and drawn towards the phantom, she falls in love with her childhood sweetheart, The vicomte de changy- or Raoul. The phantom gets madly jealous, kidknapps Christine, and threatens to kill Raoul. She, to save Raoul, agrees to marry the phantom and kisses him. He then realizes what he's done and then makes Christine go with Raoul, disappearing forever.
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Frightening or Intense Scenes: There Is A Few Frightening Scenes But All In All The Movie IS Excellent
Violence: You See A lot Of People Getting Killed By Hanging And Drowning But Its No That Bad
Violence: Sword fighting.
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The Auctioneer when instructing to raise the chandelier : Gentlemen.....
Raul and Christine: (singing) Then say you'll share with me one love, one lifetime."
Carlotta: I'm leaving now, I'm really leaving!
Carlotta: (With Italian accent) And you! You're as BAD as him!
Christine: Who was that shape in the shadows? Whose is that face in the mask?
Christine: I remember... there was mist. Swirling mist upon a vast glassy lake... There were candles all around, and on the lake there was a boat... And in the boat, there was a man.
The Phantom: A toad, madam? Perhaps it is you who are the toad...
Carlotta: Your part is silent, little toad!
Meg Giry: He's here, the phantom of the opera!
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