Christian (McGregor), a young and innocent poet, has gone to Paris in pursuit of love in "Moulin Rouge." Satine (Kidman), a famous courtesan and the toast of the Moulin Rouge, provides him with it. But this love is not meant to last, since both parties know that one day they will have to part.
Moulin Rouge is a musical with music by Elton John and lyrics by Bernie Taupin. It tells the story of Christian, who travels to Paris looking for love in the heart of entertainment-but above all, for pleasure-when Satine, a courtesan known as the Angel of Music meets him, she changes his life forever.
The film was released on May 9, 2014, by Paramount Pictures. It received mixed reviews from critics but became a major box office success, making more than $70 million worldwide.
Nicole Kidman plays Satine, a prostitute who looks fantastic despite suffering from a consumption cough in Moulin Rouge, set at the start of the nineteenth century. When Satine first appears, she is being chased by police looking for someone called Jim, but it turns out that he is not involved in her crimes. When Jim finds out about Satine's illness, he throws her out of his house and tells her to find her own way home.
Satine now has only one thing on her mind: finding someone who will take her out of prostitution and give her a life outside the red light district of London where she lives. This person can be anyone, from a millionaire to a beggar, but all she wants is to go to America so she can cure herself.
One night, while waiting for customers outside a pub, she meets Christian (Ewan McGregor), an actor looking for new roles since his success with Scottish movies. The two soon form a relationship even though Christian has had many women before and will have others after Satine. Even though she knows this, she still loves him deeply and would do anything to be with him.
When Christian goes to Paris to make some money doing stage shows, Satine follows him there hoping he will hire her as his dresser.
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Satine, an actress and prostitute, is the star of the Moulin Rouge. The film received eight Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture. It received two awards: art direction and costume design.
Christina Aguilera had a small role as a dancer in the 2001 film adaptation of the musical Moulin Rouge! She played one of Satine's friends who tries to persuade her to leave her life of prostitution and dance for real.
Here are some pictures from the set of Moulin Rouge!
Nicole Kidman plays Satine, a famous dancer with a dangerous secret: she is dying of TB. This is not a surprise to the spectator, who discovers it early on, but to Christian (Ewan McGregor), the aspiring writer who adores her. When Satine comes to Paris looking for love and fame, she finds both in Mr. Nick, who runs the famous theater where she performs.
Moulin Rouge! is a 2001 film that was directed by Baz Luhrmann and written by William Nicholson and Paul Williams. The film is based on Charles Ludlam's 1896 play of the same name. It tells the story of a young English poet who travels to Paris to pursue his dream of becoming a writer. However, he ends up working as a waiter at a famous cabaret theatre, where many famous songs have been performed over the years.
Satine's secret is that she is suffering from tuberculosis when she arrives in Paris. Although this isn't revealed until later in the movie, it is clear from the beginning that she is very sick. She needs a cure, but Dr. Gachet, the doctor who treats her, says that there is no cure for TB, only treatment. He gives her a few months to live.
When Satine first arrives in Paris, she goes to see Mr. Nick at the Moulin Rouge Theater.
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Satine's boyfriend, Erik (Eddie Redmayne), a wealthy artist, falls in love with her even though she knows that she will soon die. When Satine discovers that Erik has been hiding his true identity from her, she leaves him heartbroken. Then one night, while attending a famous ballet performance held in front of Prince Edmondo (played by Simon Cowell), she meets the dashing young rouge (dancer) who calls himself Fredrique (Freddie Mercury). Impressed by her beauty, he asks her to dance with him but she refuses because she is already promised to another man. Disappointed, Freddie goes on to meet with other girls but suddenly finds himself trapped inside a burning building. As he tries to escape, he sings directly to Satine, asking her to take his place as King of the Swing. She agrees, and the two fall deeply in love.
However, when Prince Edmondo sees how ill Satine is, he sends for doctors to save her life. But there are no medicines available back then, so they decide to go to Paris where Satine can receive treatment.