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Love Never Dies -- Set 10 years later, the Phantom has escaped from Paris to New York where he lives amongst the joy rides and freak shows of Coney Island. He has finally found a place for his music to soar, all that is missing is his love Christine Daaé.
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Release Date:
11 April 2012 (Canada) See more »
10 years has passed since a fire broke out in Paris - leaving only a mask behind... As the love story continues in Coney Island... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Directed by
Brett Sullivan 
Simon Phillips (stage direction)
Writing credits
Andrew Lloyd Webber (written by) and
Ben Elton (written by) and
Glenn Slater (written by) and
Frederick Forsyth (written by)

Charles Hart  libretto revisions and
Gaston Leroux  characters created by

Produced by
Clayton Jacobsen .... producer
Andrew Lloyd Webber .... producer
Helen Parker .... executive producer
Naomi Stevens .... line producer
Brett Sullivan .... producer
Film Editing by
Brett Sullivan 
David Tregoning 
Costume Design by
Gabriela Tylesova 
Makeup Department
Adam Brady .... hair stylist (2012)
Adam Brady .... makeup artist (2012)
Camera and Electrical Department
Steven Bailey .... first assistant camera
Matthew Bate .... camera operator
Dane Clarke .... technocrane camera operator
Caitlin Dooley .... second assistant camera
Andrew Johnson .... steadicam operator
Chaz Lyon .... first assistant camera
Warren Tiedgen .... camera operator: "a" camera
Music Department
Paul John Chandler .... music editor
Andrew Lloyd Webber .... music by
Jake Walker .... musician
Other crew
Graeme Murphy .... choreographer

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Andrew Lloyd Webber's Love Never Dies" - International (English title) (complete title)
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121 min
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »

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The final reprise of Love never Dies sung by the Phantom was improvised by Ramin Karimloo in the final performance of the London production of Love Never Dies. Andrew Lloyd Webber loved it so much he incorporated it into the Australian production.See more »
Continuity: When the carriage arrives for Christine, Raoul & Gustave, they're shown walking away from it. In the next shot, they're looking at it as Gangle greets them.See more »
The Phantom:What a child. Full of life. Full of you, my Christine.
The Phantom:Help me through this sadness/Do this kindness for your mentor/Or your progeny, that perfect specimen/May disappear on Coney Island/Vanish here on Coney Island.
The Phantom:Ah, Christine.
Christine Daaé:What are you saying? How could you? After all that we've been. Who are you?
The Phantom:I am your Angel of Music! I am dying, Christine! Suffocating here in the dark! Give me breath! Give me life! Sing for me! Or I will take from you everything you have ever loved.
Christine Daaé:No! No, you can't!
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2 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
A lavish disappointment, 4 June 2013
Author: TheLittleSongbird from United Kingdom

Much of the problem that I had watching this was to do with Love Never Dies itself. I am one of those who has appreciated Andrew Lloyd Webber overtime, especially as Phantom of the Opera is so good, but Love Never Dies is my least favourite musical of his by quite some way. Two or three of the songs are nice, Til I Hear You Sing Once More, The Beauty Underneath and Look With Your Heart, but the rest are completely forgettable. The story is also a mess, it is nowhere near as cohesive as Phantom of the Opera, is very bad soap-opera-ish and didn't engage me emotionally. The characters seem off, especially Raoul, and one plot strand(the one revealing when Gustave was conceived) actually distorts them, while the ending is ridiculously anti-climatic. This production is a slight improvement by excising that one plot strand, but other than that it does nothing to change my perception of the musical. The production is certainly not bad, the costume and set designs are just exquisite with beautiful lighting. The orchestral playing, chorus and conducting are also first-rate. And I thought the two leads were fine. Ben Lewis has a magnificent voice, and does his best making Phantom charismatic, edgy and tortured, it's not his fault that Phantom in Love Never Dies is too much of an obsessive businessman with a dark past, a much watered-down version of his former self really. Anna O'Byrne struggles with the title number- hardly surprising seeing as the song itself isn't that good anyway- but her voice is very angelic and rich with an unbelievable range, she also does elegant and diva-ish very well. The rest of the cast aren't as effective, good voices but dull. Well Simon Gleeson does have flashes where he allows Raoul to be dashing, but there is strong emphasis on flashes. It doesn't help that the drama is so overly-melodramatic, dull and emotionally cold, or that the relationship between Phantom and Christine is as tawdry as it is. And if you're struggling to believe that they actually hooked up, I don't blame you. The choreography was well danced but lacked drive and sparkle for my tastes. The camera work was a big, perhaps even the biggest, issue. There are too many close-ups and medium shots that are moved so fast, this approach is the very opposite of intimate(which I believe was intended), further ruined the dramatic flow and actually cried for a more expansive use of the stage and live-performance spontaneity. Overall, lavish but also disappointing. 5/10 Bethany Cox

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