Saturday, March 2, 2019

Jeanne-Marie LePrince de Beaumont’s “Beauty and the Beast”

jeanne-Marie LePrince de Beaumonts dish and the Beast is focused on the love of a daughter for her spawn however that eventually ends with a reward of blendting married to a beautiful prince. While Jean Cocteaus 1946 take on variance focuses more on the romantic positioning and dealing between the kayo and the Beast. Jean Cocteaus occupy Beauty and the Beast is based on the textbook version of Jeanne-Marie LePrince de Beaumonts Beauty and the Beast. though Cocteaus film version give or so touching view. The film version of Cocteau mirrors the 17th century settings and the themes of a regular(prenominal) fairy tale.On one side there are evil sisters of the strike (good hearted youngest daughter) and on the other side a wicked man absent to marry the beauty. In the film he created a fantastical range of mind. The castle of the Beast is non on the earth hence, Belle is shown floating in the air while reaching the castle. Cocteaus movie creates an fanciful and dream-wor ld by making the progress of the movie in slow motion. Different photographs oddly when Belle moves to castle are in slow-motion gives view of a majestic world. The playing and characters in the film are remarkable.With terrific dialogues it gives the magical perfection to the film with lost love, admiration, sense of duty, sacrifice and romantic feelings. Of course, as written text we fag end only read the story and imagine what is being utter but with film version it is quite different to view. The film version shows all the scenes and dialogues in tangible environment. The camera settings are such that can add to the fantasy. The shots and scenes at the castle are made very graceful. As compared to the written text version we cannot stand by the exact view of the settings.What we get from reading the writings of Jeanne-Maries story our focus in on the themes and endings. However, Cocteaus film version gives details of each and every scene in addition, actors acting and ba ckground settings, and dialogues diverges the thoughts of the viewers from the real focus of the story. The audience of the movie may get involved with the imaginary scenes and dialogues. The film version by Cocteau shows the interaction of the Belle and the Beast more precisely. The literature of Jeanne-Marie was interpreted as the love of the daughter for her father.She went to Beast castle not with the hope of falling in love but only to keep open her fathers life. She was ready to give away her life in place of her father. However, she got a beautiful prince in return while her father is also saved. The film of Cocteau is more focused on the romantic relations between the beauty and the beast. Shes being unaware that the Beast is the prince, travel in love with him because his kind attitude and gentleness. Soon discovers him to be the prince two got married and lives a happy life while the evil sisters get their punishment for being too mean and wickedness.Conclusion The Beas t is actually a very beautiful prince who showed up to the Belle at the very last moment. Though the film version was superficially a different one, it easily discriminates the human beings from fantasy. Both the fairy tale and film version are alike(p) in many cases but different at many contexts. However, the film version is based on the text of Jeanne-Marrie has some remarkable scenes and filming not present in written text. References Jeanne-Marrie. Beauty and the Beast. Retrieved form http//www. pitt. edu/ fright/beauty. html

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