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Quotes and quotations from the movie Cinema Paradiso. The film is directed by Quotes · Holiday · Movie · People · Relationship · Religious · Subjects · TV Show · ParentsCorner Salvatore 'Toto' Di Vita - Adult: Elena, perhaps in the future we could. Alfredo: Out of the fire of love come ashes. Even the. Cinema Paradiso was a critical and box-office success and is regarded by . It deals with the relationship between Toto and Alfredo, which. Listening to the beautiful theme from one of my favorite films Cinema Paradiso directed by Giuseppe Tornatore with a soundtrack written.

Cinema Paradiso is also a celebration of films; as a projectionist, young Salvatore a. Releases[ edit ] The film exists in multiple versions.

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It was originally released in Italy at minutes, but poor box office performance in its native country led to its being shortened to minutes for international release; it was an instant success.

Inthe director's cut minute version was released known in the U.

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Director's cut[ edit ] In the minute version of the film, after the funeral, Salvatore glimpses an adolescent girl who resembles the teenage Elena. He follows the teen as she rides her scooter to her home, which allows Salvatore to contact his long-lost love Elena, who is revealed to be the girl's mother.

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Salvatore calls her in hopes of rekindling their romance; she initially rejects him, but later reconsiders and goes to see Salvatore, who was contemplating his rejection at a favorite location from their early years. Their meeting ultimately leads to a lovemaking session in her car. He learns that she had married an acquaintance from his school years, who became a local politician of modest means.

Afterwards, feeling cheated, he strives to rekindle their romance, and while she clearly wishes it were possible, she rejects his entreaties, choosing to remain with her family and leave their romance in the past.

During their evening together, a frustrated and angry Salvatore asks Elena why she never contacted him or left word of where her family was moving to.

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He learns that the reason they lost touch was because Alfredo asked her not to see him again, fearing that Salvatore's romantic fulfillment would only destroy what Alfredo sees as Salvatore's destiny — to be successful in film. And the structure in the third act just becomes a bit awkward and weird. Some like this new version more because the film becomes more complex, the relationship between Elena and Toto more tragic and less mysterious, there is an added layer to the film.

Alfredo's 'betrayal' makes Alfredo more selfless because he doesn't want Toto to make an impossible choice, yet, a betrayal is still a betrayal! Somehow, when the famous 'kissing montage' ending came, I was really more numb than really affected.

After the film ended, dad, feeling slightly disappointed by this version too, popped the old DVD of the original version into the player just so we can make our comparisons.

We fastforwarded to the last act of the film. I think I like the more fable-like, mythical feel of the original.

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More simple and innocent. Maybe being a romantic at heart, I would rather that Elena remains just a lasting memory.

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It's mostly because I embrace open-endedness just so I can fill in my own blanks. With her subplot being so open-ended, I'm allowed to believe and imagine that someday, Toto who remained single all his life, drifting from one loveless relationship to another would finally find Elena under different, and happier circumstances. The feeling I got from the new version? But of course, the idea of GWTW being longer than its original 4 hours is already scary enough.

Still a really good movie, but definitely not as good as the original, to me. Anyone else with any thoughts?