Carmen (Teatro Real Madrid)

Carmen (Teatro Real Madrid)

Director: Ángel Luis Ramírez Cast: Vanesa Vento, Àngel Gil, Joaquin Mulero

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Product Details

Release Date: 01/31/2012
UPC: 5060266600180
Original Release: 2011
Source: Teatro Real
Region Code: 0
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [stereo, DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound]
Time: 1:52:00
Sales rank: 45,369

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Carmen
1. Introduction [1:00]
2. Presentación [2:11]
3. La Clase [9:46]
4. Presentactiones [6:00]
5. Guajira [1:20]
6. Tabacalera [2:47]
7. Pelea Entre Carmen Y Manolita [2:45]
8. Arresto De Carmen [:51]
9. Paso A Dos De Don José Y Carmen [1:36]
10. Arresto De Don José Y Burla De Carmen [4:14]
11. Cárcel [3:10]
12. Preparación De La Cama [1:05]
13. Habanera - Paso A Dos [6:27]
14. Fiesta Por Bulerías [10:36]
15. Los Tópicos [4:32]
16. Entrada Del Marido [:12]
17. Triángulo Torero [2:26]
18. La Taberna - Partida De Cartas [2:50]
19. Pelea Entre El Marido Y Don José [1:06]
20. El Torero Y Carmen [7:09]
21. Las Dos Fiestas [7:35]
22. Duelo Torero/Don José [2:10]
23. Muerte De Carmen [2:29]

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Carmen (Teatro Real Madrid) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
danrubin06 More than 1 year ago
Carmen, told through the spectacles of Antonia Gades and the Teatro Real Madrid, is a flamenco-and-Spanish-dance re-telling of the famed opera. It provides an interesting look at the culture of flamenco and Spanish dance, with the story being told through song, dance, and mime. There are also several interludes of folk-esque dances and songs for the rest of cast. Accompanying the film is a short documentary about the history of the work of art, and its effect on the dance world. If one were looking for a more balletic adaption of Carmen, I would recommend Petit's Carmen, or Alonso's Carmen. While this film provides an interesting look at flamenco culture, I personally enjoy the more balletic adaptions of this story, so I'd have to recommend the aforementioned ones.