Opera in Cinema: La Boheme (Puccini)

Rated NR 109 minutes

Paris in the 1830s. Four friends share a drafty Parisian garret. Though leading a life of privation, they are buoyed by good spirits: the writer Rodolfo, the painter Marcello, the musician Schaunard and the philosopher Colline. It is Christmas Eve, and they decide to celebrate in their favorite pub, the Café Momus. Rodolfo stays behind to finish an article. There is a knock at the door; their neighbor Mimì, whose candle has gone out, asks for fire. Rodolfo is fascinated by her. It is love at first sight! The new lovers catch up with Rodolfo's friends at the Café Momus, where Marcello's former mistress Musetta turns the evening into a spirited event. The light-hearted mood of Rodolfo's and Mimì's first days together does not last, however, for Mimì develops a fatal illness. Though they agree to stay together, Mimì leaves her lover. Only when she is desperately ill and dying does she return to the garret where she once was so happy - and to Rodolfo, the man she still loves with all her heart.

Film Credits

Official Site: www.emergingpictures.com/la_boheme.htm

Director: Robert Dornhelm

Writer: Robert Dornhelm

Producer: Catharina Mojto, Kurt J. Mrkwicka, Andreas Kamm and Oliver Auspitz

Cast: Anna Netrebko, Rolando Villazón, Nicole Cabell, George von Bergen, Adrian Eröd, Vitalij Kowaljow, Tiziano Bracci, Boaz Daniel and Stephane Degout

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