Be on the lookout for your Britannica newsletter to get trusted stories delivered right to your inbox. While working for a scenic painter in Florence, he was introduced to Luchino Visconti, who hired him as an assistant director for the film La Terra trema, which was released in 1948. The film version does not however portray this part and the entire scene in Act 5 of the play is conspicuously missing in the film. There are plenty of moments one could enumerate praising their pearls and uniqueness but for me, personally, there are two sequences of greatest interest: the lavish party as a flashback of Violetta's delirious mind and her visit to the countryside where the nature seems to praise the sincere love as no one and nothing else. Updates? In addition to movies and a lifelong career in producing opera, and putting opera on screen, Zeffirelli also created one of the great pieces of event television under the aegis of Britain’s Lew Grade with his hugely ambitious Jesus of Nazareth in 1977 which for a certain generation meant that Robert Powell would forever be the son of God. He aligned himself with the Vatican, opposing gay and abortion rights, and it’s tempting to say that in his yin-and-yang of luscious flamboyance and stern conservatism, he was playing out some conflict within himself. After the war, he re-entered the University of Florence to continue his studies, but when he saw Laurence Olivier's Henry V in 1945, he directed his attention toward theatre instead. Filmografia di Franco Zeffirelli elenco dei film con video recensioni trama trailer successi da oscar film inediti che hanno protagonista o comparsa Franco Corsi What came out was a greatly successful work where only characters were renamed but where the audiences were provided with something special and timeless: glorious music.However, lots of modern viewers skip those classics easily reducing their knowledge to films only. 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In the same year, he created Callas' last Norma at the Paris Opera. It fashioned a new youthquake out of giving yourself up for love, though there was another message as well: As long as the world still spun around this sort of breathless duet of aristocratic cheekbones, the new spirit of left-wing egalitarianism was probably going to have its limits. Of particular note is his 1964 Royal Opera House production of Tosca with Maria Callas and Tito Gobbi. [19] Zeffirelli said that he considered himself "homosexual" rather than gay, as he felt the term "gay" was less elegant. The wardrobes together with sets and decorations of interiors are stunning to the very essence of visual feast. The latter was a major success in the ratings. La Traviata is a 1983 Italian film written, designed, and directed by Franco Zeffirelli.It is based on the 1853 opera La traviata with music by Giuseppe Verdi and libretto by Francesco Maria Piave.Soprano Teresa Stratas, tenor Plácido Domingo, and baritone Cornell MacNeil starred in the movie, in addition to singing their roles. The beauty of the two lovers is striking and emphasises the tragedy of young love gone so badly wrong. Why? His first work as a director was buffo operas by Gioachino Rossini. Italian researchers found that Zeffirelli was one of a handful of living people traceably consanguineous with Leonardo da Vinci. In this film version of Romeo and Juliet by Franco Zeffirelli, the director has altered, removed, or re-created several scenes. Cornell McNeil is excellent as Giorgio Germont the authoritative parent who, supposedly, cares for his son's future. They were selected by … Traviata [11], Zeffirelli's major breakthrough came the year after, when he presented two teenagers as Romeo and Juliet (1968). When two young members of feuding families meet, forbidden love ensues. However, it was misspelled in the register and became Zeffirelli. The movie was a hip rhapsody of desire, and it seemed to baptize the entire culture in the fatal beauty of youth. However, Alfredo's father, Giorgio, starts to interfere, concerned that Violetta's bad reputation will affect the marriage prospects of Alfredo's sister. Corrections? Omissions? It made Zeffirelli a household name – no other subsequent work by him had the immediate impact of Romeo and Juliet. (1982). The play is full of references to heat and the effect it has on people, making them volatile, impatient and impetuous. He moved on to contemporary themes with a remake of the boxing picture The Champ (1979) and the critically panned Endless Love (1981). In the 1960s, he made his name designing and directing his own plays in London and New York City and soon transferred his ideas to cinema. Available for everyone, funded by readers. Antonio Pierfederici as Lord Montague Referring to the words of Vincent Canby in New York Times who called this film "triumph" and found it "dazzling," I heartily recommend this masterpiece! Zeffirelli also collaborated with Joan Sutherland, designing and directing her performances of Gaetano Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor in 1959. When it first came out it was a revelation. His take on Shakespeare’s tragedy tapped the zeitgeist, but Zeffirelli’s whole body of work pulsated with an irresistible camp and romanticism, Sat 15 Jun 2019 17.47 BST Get exclusive access to content from our 1768 First Edition with your subscription. [16] Contrariwise, Zeffirelli roused accusations of antisemitism for describing Martin Scorsese's The Last Temptation of Christ as a product of "that Jewish cultural scum of Los Angeles which is always spoiling for a chance to attack the Christian world. However, Alfredo's father, Giorgio, starts to interfere, concerned that Violetta's bad reputation will affect the marriage prospects of Alfredo's sister. Perhaps it’s fair to say that in this and so much else Zeffirelli was never exactly a fashionable director. Taylor and Burton helped fund production and took a percentage of the profits rather than their normal salaries. Zeffirelli’s Romeo and Juliet 1968 won Acadamy Awards for Best Cinematography and Best Costume Design; it was also nominated for Best Director and Best Picture. If there is any doubt about Shakespeare’s creation of the extraordinary strength and determination a thirteen year old girl is capable of that doubt would be expelled by Hussey’s performance. This refers both to the lead I have mentioned before as well as to the supporting cast. Brutish, fortune-hunting scoundrel Petruchio tames his wealthy, shrewish wife, Katharina. All rights reserved. In 1946 he joined Luchino Visconti’s Morelli-Stoppa Company as an actor and stage director. Zeffirelli sadly also attempted some toe-curling lite-erotic stylings with his fervent but misjudged Endless Love (1981) starring the young Brooke Shields in a story of obsessive passion. [18], He roused controversy again when he told a newspaper in 2006 that he had not suffered any harm from sexual abuse by a priest as a child. Was this review helpful to you? A(z) "Rómeó és Júlia (1968)" című videót "pinkpanther" nevű felhasználó töltötte fel a(z) "film/animáció" kategóriába. Leonard Whiting, at 17, and Olivia Hussey, at 16, were closer to the stated age of Shakespeare’s protagonists than most of the actors who had played them. [10] He also worked with directors such as Vittorio De Sica and Roberto Rossellini. Consequently, the power of the tale embedded in the libretto by Francesco Maria Piave prompted opera maestro Giuseppe Verdi to write one of his most famous operas LA TRAVIATA basing his content entirely on the story about a deathly ill courtesan who, though does not have long to live due to tuberculosis, finds the true love of her life. You could almost say that in Zeffirelli’s work, Romeo and Juliet and Jesus became a holy trinity. Perhaps one of the greatest operas of all times and one of the very best productions by Franco Zeffirelli. This article was most recently revised and updated by, https://www.britannica.com/biography/Franco-Zeffirelli, Turner Classic Movies - Biography of Franco Zeffirelli, Fondazione Zeffirelli Onlus - Franco Zeffirelli, Franco Zeffirelli - Student Encyclopedia (Ages 11 and up). Documentary, Maria Callas, Renato Cioni, Tito Gobbi, Robert Bowman, Dennis Wicks. Zeffirelli frequently cast unknown actors in major roles: Leonard Whiting (Romeo in Romeo and Juliet), Graham Faulkner (St. Francis in Brother Sun, Sister Moon) and Martin Hewitt (David Axelrod in Endless Love). Articles from Britannica Encyclopedias for elementary and high school students. In November 2004, he was awarded an honorary knighthood by the United Kingdom. Directed by Franco Zeffirelli. From the very credits with the view of the Notre Dame Cathedral and the surroundings of the Seine River when the sounds of larks and pigeons mix with the sounds of crows, it all appears to be, as if, a moving work of art that you look at in perfect admiration and astonishment. The supporting male and female roles, including a bunch of beautiful young maidens are easily recognizable and leave a personal impression in viewers.So to say, LA TRAVIATA is a true work of art, a mysteriously beautiful and subtly exquisite screen work that anyone should see. The film premiered in Italy in 1982 and went into general release there the following … Franco Zeffirelli, original name Gianfranco Corsi, (born February 12, 1923, Florence, Italy—died June 15, 2019, Rome), Italian director, designer, and producer of opera, theatre, motion pictures, and television, particularly noted for the authentic details and grand scale of his opera productions and for his film adaptations of Shakespeare. In a move that was at once audacious and indelible, Zeffirelli cast Shakespeare’s romantic tragedy with actors who were shockingly young and, at the same time, ridiculously gorgeous. See all Romeo and Juliet movie reviews >>. Franco Zeffirelli. When popular artists pass on, it can often be a surprise to learn just how old they were. Zeffirelli was born Gian Franco Corsi Zeffirelli in the outskirts of Florence, Tuscany, Italy. After the lovers run away together, they live in bliss for a short time. Bruce Robinson as Benvolio After two successful film adaptations of Shakespeare, Zeffirelli went on to religious themes, first with a film about the life of St. Francis of Assisi titled Brother Sun, Sister Moon (1972), then his extended mini-series Jesus of Nazareth (1977) with an all-star cast. Catania, Sicily, 1854. Natasha Parry as Lady Capulet The inevitability of the violence, the action that is the turning point where comedy is transformed into tragedy is apparent throughout the comic antics of the characters. Keith Skinner as Balthasar, Olivia Hussey as Juliet Capulet But here was the beauty part: They could both act! ‘La Traviata’ Trailer: Sofia Coppola Heads to the Opera After Her Historic Cannes Win — Watch, New Trailer For Sofia Coppola’s Opera Adaptation ‘La Traviata’, Rai Com adds Sofia Coppola’s 'La Traviata' to All’Opera strand, The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and Chorus. Since then, the endless love story set in the 19th century Paris has inspired both opera writers and movie directors. Violetta reluctantly leaves Alfredo, but his love is so strong that it leads him to actions that have tragic consequences. Violetta reluctantly leaves Alfredo, but his love is so strong that it leads him to actions that have tragic consequences. That’s because of what he brought to the Hollywood party in 1968. Marisa Allasio, Nino Manfredi, Paolo Ferrari, Lyla Rocco, Kaida Horiuchi, Francesco Luzi... Si no encuentras lo que buscas, inténtalo con el buscador global. From Claude Debussy to "Sabre Dance," gather your smarts and see what you can create in this study of composers. Zeffirelli’s Hamlet was created in the same (honourable) spirit: to make something popular and comprehensible, to dot the is and cross the ts with Mel Gibson’s plausible performance given ballast by a blue-chip Brit cast including Paul Scofield, Alan Bates and Ian Holm. Looking for some great streaming picks? Zeffirelli’s Romeo and Juliet 1968 won Acadamy Awards, https://www.nosweatshakespeare.com/movies/romeo-juliet/zeffirelli-1968/. Without realising it, Zeffirelli in fact helped to inspire Withnail & I. Un anno dopo, Zeffirelli resta nell’universo shakespeariano con la storia dei più famosi innamorati di sempre: Romeo e Giulietta. Violetta meets Alfredo and quickly falls for him. His 1967 version of The Taming of the Shrew with Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton remains the best-known film adaptation of that play as well. It had freshness and life. But the real threat lies elsewhere. His first major design for opera was a production (1952–53) of Gioachino Rossini’s L’Italiana in Algeri for La Scala, Milan. With Teresa Stratas, Plácido Domingo, Cornell MacNeil, Allan Monk. "[17], Zeffirelli was a highly conservative Roman Catholic,[17] and served two terms in the Italian senate as a member of Silvio Berlusconi's centre-right Forza Italia party. 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The movie is set in Italy and that would immediately have alerted his audience to the coming violence. Zeffirelli graduated from the Accademia di Belle Arti Firenze in 1941 and, following his father's advice, entered the University of Florence to study art and architecture. Acest film regizat de Franco Zeffirelli este o adaptare după opera celebră a lui Verdi. In the play, when Paris faces up Romeo outside the tomb, he executes Paris. A Grande Ufficiale OMRI of the Italian Republic since 1977, Zeffirelli also received an honorary British knighthood in 2004 when he was created a KBE. His one screen work of true power, apart from “Romeo and Juliet,” is the 1977 TV miniseries “Jesus of Nazareth,” arguably the best middle-of-the-road dramatization of the Gospels. Some of his operatic designs and productions have become worldwide classics.[2][3][4][5]. Placido Domingo as Alfredo Germont and Teresa Stratas as Violetta Valery were a perfect choice for the couple because of their attractiveness and the desirable chemistry. The last days of legendary opera singer Maria Callas. His miniseries Jesus of Nazareth (1977) won both national and international acclaim and is still frequently shown on Christmas and Easter in many countries. But the movie, which starred Brooke Shields, just showed how much Hollywood had changed since the late ’60s. The film earned $14.5 million in domestic rentals at the North American box-office during 1969. Franco Zeffirelli, Italian director, designer, and producer of opera, theater, motion pictures, and television, noted for the authentic details and grand scale of his opera productions and for his film adaptations of Shakespeare. The extravagant Italian maestro of theater, opera and film lived to a vibrant old age. Title: School students were able to identify more fully with the play and its characters than ever before. Zeffirelli was a major director of opera productions from the 1950s in Italy and elsewhere in Europe as well as the United States. If you watch the film now, Whiting calls to mind a more delicate Zac Efron, and Hussey, with her crystalline features and thousand-yard stare of rapture, is like a princess genie. This was a youth film at once cautious and pandering; Zeffirelli followed the outline of Spencer’s novel but couldn’t channel its inner fire. Romeo and Juliet is arguably the classic romantic story of all time, so it’s little wonder that Shakespeare’s play has been reproduced on the silver screen so many times. NOW 50% OFF! He was also known for several of the movies he directed, especially the 1968 version of Romeo and Juliet, for which he received an Academy Award nomination. This movie is the ideal way for a newcomer to come to Shakespeare and it is not surprising that teachers everywhere keep a copy of it in their resource cupboards. The centre of Verona, a market place, presented as a vivid, colourful, detailed slice of everyday Renaissance life; the teenage impetuosity, its youthful banter, and play always threatening and easily turned to violence; two teenagers in bed in a post-sexual stupor. John McEnery as Mercutio After the lovers run away together, they live in bliss for a short time. There was so much new about this treatment of a Shakespeare play. The result is one of the most living, breathing Shakespeare films ever made. Paul Hardwick as Lord Capulet Toby Padilla. Leonard Whiting as Romeo Montague Add the first question. Believing Otello has promoted the... See full summary ». [9] After World War II broke out, he fought as a partisan, before he met up with British soldiers of the 1st Scots Guards and became their interpreter. Want to share IMDb's rating on your own site? He directed films. After the lovers run away together, they live in bliss for a short time. Violetta meets Alfredo and quickly falls for him. Have you watch Zeffirelli’s Romeo and Juliet 1968 and have an opinion? [15], Zeffirelli received criticism from religious groups for what they call the blasphemous representation of biblical figures in his films. In 1968 Franco Zeffirelli’s version was released to great critical acclaim, receiving nominations for – and winning – a host of awards around the world. When its writer-director Bruce Robinson was a handsome young actor, he played Benvolio in Zeffirelli’s Romeo and Juliet and the director’s octopus-handed personal attentions were reportedly transformed and Anglicised into Uncle Monty. [12] It was re-released in 1973 and earned $1.7 million in rentals. În rolul principal al lui Otello cântă Placido Domingo, iar rolul Desdemonei este interpretat de Katia Riciarelli.... o nominalizare Oscar + alte 3 nominalizări. [23][24], Zeffirelli died at his home in Rome on 15 June 2019, at the age of 96. Eddig 14233 alkalommal nézték meg. It was a place that the Elizabethan mind associated with feuds, vendettas, murder, and heat. Check out some of the IMDb editors' favorites movies and shows to round out your Watchlist. Read a review and overview of Franco Zeffirelli’s classic Romeo and Juliet 1968. Zeffirelli attended the University of Florence to study architecture, but while there he became involved with the university’s theatre company. Romeo and Juliet is a 1968 period romantic tragedy film based on the play of the same name by William Shakespeare.Directed and co-written by Franco Zeffirelli, and stars Leonard Whiting as Romeo and Olivia Hussey as Juliet. Each Shakespeare’s play name links to a range of resources about each play: Character summaries, plot outlines, example essays and famous quotes, soliloquies and monologues: All’s Well That Ends Well Antony and Cleopatra As You Like It The Comedy of Errors Coriolanus Cymbeline Hamlet Henry IV Part 1 Henry IV Part 2 Henry VIII Henry VI Part 1 Henry VI Part 2 Henry VI Part 3 Henry V Julius Caesar King John King Lear Loves Labour’s Lost Macbeth Measure for Measure The Merchant of Venice The Merry Wives of Windsor A Midsummer Night’s Dream Much Ado About Nothing Othello Pericles Richard II Richard III Romeo & Juliet  The Taming of the Shrew The Tempest Timon of Athens Titus Andronicus Troilus & Cressida  Twelfth Night The Two Gentlemen of Verona The Winter’s Tale, Shakespeare Movies: The Best Shakespeare Movie Adaptations. Based on Shakespeare's play, Verdi's opera depicts the devastating effects of jealousy, "...the green-eyed monster which doth mock the meat it feeds upon". You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. After the lovers run away together, they live in bliss for a short time. [22] Zeffirelli's son Giuseppe "Pippo" issued a statement at the time denying the allegation. The violent encounter with her father, the resolution of carrying the implications of her love to its conclusion, the courage with which she faces Friar Laurence’s plan are all carried out with conviction. His studies were interrupted by Germany’s occupation of Italy; he became a Partisan and served as an interpreter for the Scots Guard. More to say, the commercial nature of cinema hardly promotes any of this high rank entertainment. By signing up for this email, you are agreeing to news, offers, and information from Encyclopaedia Britannica. Last modified on Sun 16 Jun 2019 14.58 BST. It is one of the most famous scenes in Shakespeare movies and the tension between the heat and the need to keep the peace is masterfully done. Michael York as Tybalt Romeo and Juliet on the balcony in Zeffirelli’s 1968 Romeo and Juliet movie. Keep your little bookworms engaged outside of the classroom with our selection of the very best literary adaptations. In 1999, he received the Crystal Globe award for outstanding artistic contribution to world cinema at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival. Then he tried his hand at scenography. If one considers the love stories of all times, beside the undeniable classics by greatest playwrights, inevitably comes to mind the name of Alexandre Dumas (fils) who, in 1852, wrote a novel THE LADY OF THE CAMELLIAS. The cast also stars Milo O'Shea, Michael York, … In the 1980s, he made a series of successful films adapting opera to the screen, with such stars as Plácido Domingo, Teresa Stratas, Juan Pons and Katia Ricciarelli. Violetta meets Alfredo and quickly falls for him. He was an openly gay artist whose opera productions were inevitably evoked by words like “baroque,” “opulent,” “extravagant” and “decadent.” As a stage director, he truly was the Baz Luhrmann of his day. Our editors will review what you’ve submitted and determine whether to revise the article. Zeffirelli’s Romeo and Juliet 1968 won Acadamy Awards for Best Cinematography and Best Costume Design; it was also nominated for Best Director and Best Picture. They were selected by Zeffirelli, not for their proven acting ability but swept out of their schools because he thought they looked right for the roles as he envisioned them. Franco Zeffirelli was the mainstream maestro of high culture on screens big and small who dashingly made his international movie reputation with an exuberant and accessible adaptation of Romeo and Juliet in 1968; this had some pretty trad doublet-and-hose stuff and featured the syrupy “Love” theme composed for the film by Nino Rota which was to become notorious as the music for Simon Bates’s regular tearjerking Our Tune feature on Radio One. 1958. But his Tea With Mussolini, based on his autobiography, had heartfelt charm and candour: the story of a young boy growing up in 30s Florence who finds himself plunged into the elegant, eccentric world of foreign ladies in search of culture, played by Joan Plowright, Maggie Smith and Judi Dench with the Americans played by Lily Tomlin and Cher. But in simply using young actors, actors who were the actual age of the characters themselves, his Romeo and Juliet had its own kind of 60s youth culture. Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, finds out that his uncle Claudius killed his father to obtain the throne, and plans revenge. But, of course, it wasn’t just fealty to the text that inspired Zeffirelli’s gambit. He became a friend of Maria Callas and they worked together on a La traviata in Dallas, Texas, in 1958. It lacks the radical intensity of the Christ films of Martin Scorsese or Pier Paolo Pasolini, yet with its ardent performance by Robert Powell, it’s a work of passionate purity that has remained a touchstone. Please log in again. Laurence Olivier spoke the film's prologue and epilogue and dubs the voice of the actor playing Lord Montague, but was not credited in the film. [20] Zeffirelli adopted two adult sons, men with whom he had lived and who worked for him for years, managing his affairs. This list of Shakespeare plays brings together all 38 plays in alphabetical order. Opera is promoted by modern means. Zeffirelli sadly also attempted some toe-curling lite-erotic stylings with his fervent but misjudged Endless Love (1981) starring the young Brooke Shields in a story of obsessive passion. Yet Zeffirelli was also a devout Roman Catholic who underwent a profound conversion after he was in a car accident in 1969.

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