La Belle et La Bete
in the film was well played, i got the sence of how he had respect about him also being a beast, i think he merged these two trates very well. The make-up done on the beast was a bit pupitery looking but i guess they didnt have cgi back in them days and the way they used animatronics to make the ears move i think this character was well thought out and executed.
La Belle et La Bete is one of the all-time great movie fantasies, and one of the most gorgeous pictures ever made. It was the first feature film by French director Jean Cocteau, a writer, poet and painter with ties to the surrealists.
The most striking thing about this film is the visual imagery. The ghostly scenes
James Travers 2000
By Christopher Lloyd » Posted Aug 2, 2010
Let’s start with the amazing make-up for actor Jean Marais to portray the beast, which reportedly took five hours to put on, and another five hours to take off. What’s really amazing about it is that it covers his face without completely disguising his facial features and expressions. His eyes, in particular, are still able to emote beautifully.
My conclusion is if your loking for an old fashioned love story La Belle et La Bete is a film you must see its a classic in its own right. Although the film was made in 1946 i would recommend it for any age. Over all i like this film and people can use it for insperation to make a love story.
La Belle et la Bete dominiquebesson.com
The beast imgrefurlla_belle_et_la_bete b-cath.blogspot.com