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The story follows a poet (McGregor) who defies his father by moving toMonmarte, France, the 19th century equivalent of Andy Warhol's Factory.He falls into the world of Toulouse-Lautrec (Leguizamo) and hisentourage, and is drafted to write a nightclub spectacular. In this seedworld of sex, drugs and electricity, he begins a passionate butultimately doomed love affair with the club's highest paid star andcourtesan (Kidman).
- Production commentary by director Baz Luhrmann, production designer Catherine Martin, and cinematographer Don McAlpine
- Writing commentary by writers Baz Luhrmann and Craig Pearce
- 8 behind-the-scenes branches
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And, I just have to say that it's beautiful because we, as women, but also as human beings (male and female alike) were made to love like this. Love deeply, wholly, passionately. That doesn't always happen in life, sadly. But nonetheless, that's what our hearts long for. "The greatest thing you'll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return." How true.
ps... there's also a song that fits that quote. It's "Made to Love" by tobyMac.
I wouldn't recommend this movie for kids, mostly just because of the first few scenes. She is a prostitute in a brothel/night club after all. But, the story is one you'll remember for sure. (But, it's because of those scenes and because of the eccentricness of the movie at times that I make it a 4. Some people probably won't like it)