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Moulin Rouge!

2001 | 127 min | K-12 | action, drama

The film is based on the well-known Parisian nightclub Moulin Rouge and the events take place at the beginning of the 20th century. Satine (Nicole Kidman) is a well-known courtesan of a nightclub, who aims to succeed in her career and become an actress. Christian (Evan McGregor) is a young American poet who arrives with his friends at a nightclub to plan a new show. A romance develops between these two main characters, and the focus of the film is the development of their love story.

Moulin Rouge has used many well-known pop songs, such as Madonna’s “Like a Virgin” and “Material Girl”, The Beatles’ “All you need is love”, Elton John’s “Your Song”, the theme song from The Sound of Music and Nirvana’s ” Smells Like Teen Spirit”. It took almost two years to get the rights to the songs.

The film was successful at the Oscars and received two awards: best art direction-set Decoration and best costume design, and was awarded also at Bafta Gala.

Koulukino’s learning materials deal with postmodern cinema, the position of women in the Moulin Rouge community, and the musical as a type of film genre, and offer a preliminary task before watching the film. The materials are aimed at middle schools and high schools.

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About the movie

Subjects

  • french
  • history
  • music

Keywords

  • costume design
  • emotional skills
  • milieu and zeitgeist
  • movie technology
  • music
  • postion of women
  • reading skills of movie
  • relationships

Educational levels

  • high schools and vocational schools
  • middle schools

Genres

  • action
  • drama

Playlists

  • love story

Age limits

  • K-12

Awards

  • Bafta
  • Oscar

Studios

  • 20th Century Fox