billy elliot

Sammy 2022-04-20 09:01:38

It feels like a biopic,
but it doesn't seem to be
half of what I saw and thought it was about the ancestors of tap dancing.
It turned out not to be...

In fact, it's a big cliché,
just dreams and struggles
, but overall it feels good

. The little boy and the little boy The girl's xx
makes people have bad reverie
, but nothing happened,
and the little girl disappeared when he said goodbye to him,
and Swan Lake is also a ghost story in the teacher's mouth.
Could it be that the whole movie is actually a ghost story?

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Extended Reading
  • Luther 2022-04-24 07:01:05

    Set against the background of social changes in 1984 when the old British industrial area declined, a story of a child chasing his dream of dancing. One side is the cynicism of adults, the other side is the inspirational growth of children, the other side is the despair of reality, and the other side is the hope of the future. The cross-editing under the two-line narrative forms a contrast and allows the script to develop along the ending. As a musical film, what attracts me most is the way that dance enhances the dramatic tension and enhances the emotional performance of the characters: the dance of joy with the dance teacher, the dance of anger under family disputes... He proved himself with two dances The talent: the dance of rebellion in front of the father, the dance of the soul in front of the judges... finally changed his own destiny. The favorite character here - the dance teacher - leaves firmly, just like the master chased away Sun Wukong.

  • Nichole 2022-03-26 09:01:04

    I think this film is good in everything, the script, the director, the actors, the acting, the photography, the editing, the music... the exhilaration of the working class to realize their dreams and the depression and pain that they can't fight for their entire lives. I love the British working class, I love the British young workers, and I love 2 Jamies (Tony & Billy)!

Billy Elliot quotes

  • Billy: Miss, you don't fancy me do, do you?

    Mrs. Wilkinson: No, Billy. Funnily enough, I don't. Now piss off!

    Billy: [smiling] Piss off yourself.

  • Dad: I'm bustin' my ass for those 50 pences and you're - look, from now on, you stay here and look out for your Nana. Got that? Good.

    Grandma: They used to say I could have been a professional dancer if I'd had the trainin'!


    Billy: I hate you! You're a bastard!