Considered incredibly difficult and expensive to put on, Tristan and Isolde is rarely performed, however thanks to Ms. Vlahos' brilliantly condensed version and a remarkable donor to YMF (... See full summary »
Chris M. Allport
Andrew Scott Carter,
Nice, 1976. Agnès Le Roux, daughter of the owner of the Palais de la Méditerranée, falls in love with a beautiful lawyer ten years his senior Maurice Agnelet. It has other links, she loves ... See full summary »
I have watched this movie 3 times in 2 days because it is my FAVORITE movie and I have written 2 alternate endings. I won't write them down because they are pretty long. I am going to buy this movie tonight because I am going to a soccer game. I loved this movie because, it is sort of like me, I can't be with the guy that I like. I love this movie a lot and I will now write some things down that I like about the movie. I loved the poem that Isolde told Tristan. I actually felt his heart break when he couldn't be with Isolde. He was starving himself because he was getting sick because of watching Marke loving her. I thought that they could have had introduced the characters more differently though because you started wondering who was who. BUT that does not change my opinion of the movie.
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