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Cyrano de Bergerac

Format: DVD     Release Date: 02/10/2004
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Edmond Rostand's classic drama of inner and outer beauty is given a lavish treatment in this acclaimed French production. Gérard Depardieu portrays the title character, a brilliant, charismatic swordsman with a generous spirit and a genius for poetry. It would seem that such a man would have no trouble attracting women, but Cyrano considers himself doomed to loneliness by an unattractive face featuring an oversized nose. His feelings of inadequacy are emphasized when Roxane, the beautiful woman he adores, attracts the attention of Christian, a young cadet in Cyrano's service. Christian lacks the poetic gift, however, and he ironically turns to Cyrano for help in winning Roxane's love. What follows is a tale of deception, with Roxane falling in love with the ineloquent Christian thanks to Cyrano's words of love. The underlying narrative has become quite familiar to modern audiences through retellings and variations from the 1950 adaptation starring José Ferrer to Steve Martin's Roxanne. Director Jean-Paul Rappeneau's interpretation stresses the tragic majesty of the original, setting a vigorous performance by Depardieu against a beautifully designed reproduction of the period and an emphasis on the sound and poetry of Rostand's original language; the subtitles for the film's English release were penned by renowned British author Anthony Burgess. This attention to detail creates a particularly faithful cinematic rendering of the original work that met with positive critical responses. ~ Judd Blaise, Rovi

Side #1 --

1. Main Title/Lust & Poetry [8:26]
2. Monsieur the Critic [5:30]
3. A Nose By Any Other Name [5:18]
4. (S)word Fight [4:24]
5. Love's Biggest Obstacle [5:51]
6. A Lyrical Feast [5:15]
7. Rendezvous By Proxy [5:56]
8. Proud Hero of the Hour [7:04]
9. Rules for the Novice [3:35]
10. 2 Men, 1 Romantic Hero [3:11]
11. Words to Faint By [1:36]
12. Off to War Some Go [1:44]
13. Perchance to Speak [5:09]
14. The Understudy's Hour [5:13]
15. A Wedding, Quick! [7:58]
16. The Rats of War [9:37]
17. Death as Duty [5:27]
18. The Goodbye Letter [4:04]
19. For the Love of...a Roast [5:37]
20. Beauty Under Fire [3:29]
21. Death and the Maiden [4:26]
22. Perpetual Mourning [4:34]
23. His Final Defeat [:17]
24. End Credits [5:49]
  • Format: DVD
  • Release Date: February 10, 2004
  • MPAA Rating: PG
  • Region: 1
  • Studio: MGM
  • Length: 138 minutes
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Surround
  • Format: Wide Screen Enhanced (16x9)
  • Discs: 1
  • Language: French
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • UPC: 027616902276
  • Product ID: 2331170
  • Genre: Drama, Romance

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