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Thursday, October 07, 2004

 

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[STUNNED SILENCE FROM EVERYONE]
All: So exciting, the audience will stomp and cheer! So delighting it will run for 50 years...!
Duke: Generally, I like it...!
Christian: Zidler had and investor. And the Bohemians have a show.
Toulouse: It's the end of the century! The Bohemian Revolution is here.
Christian: While the celebration party ragged upstairs, I tried to write, but all I could think about was her.
[SING]
How wonderful life is┘ (Was she thinking about me┘)?
[SING] Now you're in the world.
[STARING OUT HER WINDOW TO SEE IF CHRISTIAN IS THERE]
Satine thinking about
Christian: Duke? I'm not a Duke┘I'm a writer┘He wasn't trying to trick her or anything┘It's about love! It's about love, over-coming all obstacles . . .
Satine sings: I follow the night. Can't stand the light. When will I begin to live again? One day I'll fly away. Leave all this to yesterday. What more could your love do for me? When will love be through with me? Why live life from dream to dream, and dread the day when dreaming ends.
Christian sings: How wonderful life is now you're in the world.
[LEAVES HIS APARTMENT AND CLIMBS THE GIANT ELEPHANT TO SATINE]
Satine sings: One day I'll fly away. Leave all this to yesterday. Why live life from dream to dream, and dread the day when dreaming ends. One day I'll fly away, fly, fly away.
Christian: Sorry, I'm sorry . . . I didn't mean . . . I saw-I saw your light on. I climbed up the . . .
Satine: What?
Christian: I couldn't sleep and I-I wanted to thank you for helping me get the job.
Satine: Oh, of course. Yes┘ Toulouse-Toulouse was right. You are-you're very talented. It's going to be a wonderful show. Anyway I-I better go because we-we both have a big day tomorrow.
Christian: Wait . . . no please wait. Before when we were-when we┘when you thought I was the Duke and you said that you loved me. And I-I wondered if-if . . .
Satine: If it was just an act?
Christian: YesSatine: Of courseChristian: Oh, It just felt real
Satine: Christian, I'm a courtesan, I'm paid to make men believe what they want to believe. Christian: Yes . . . silly of me, to think that you could fall in love with someone like me.
Satine: Oh┘ I can't fall in love with anyone.
Christian: Can't fall in love? But a life without love that's terrible.
Satin: No, being on the streets, that's terrible.
Christian: No love┘ is like oxygen. Love is a many splendor things. Love lifts us up to where we belong. All you need is love.
Satine: Please, don't start that again.
Christian sings: All you need is loveSatine: A girl has got to eat
Christian sings: All you need is love
Satine: She'll end up on the streets
Christian sings: All you need is love
Satine sings: Love is just a gameChristian: I was made for loving you baby, you were meant for loving me
Satine: The only way of loving me baby is to pay a lovely fee
Christian: Just one night, just one night.
Satine: There's no way cause you can't pay
Christian: In the name of love, one night in the name of love.
Satine: You crazy fool, I won't give into you.
Christian: Don't leave me this way, I can't survive without your sweet love, oh baby. Don't let me this way
Satine: You think that people would have had enough of silly love songs.
Christian: I look around me and I see it isn't so, oh no.
Satine: Some people want to fill the world with silly love songs.
Christian: Well what's wrong with that? I'd like to know, cause here I go again!!! Love lifts us up where we belong.
Satine: Get down, get down!
Christian: Where eagles fly, on a mountain high.
Satine: Love makes us act like we are fools. Throw our lives away for one happy day.
Christian: We can be heroes! Just for one day.
Satine: You, you will be mean
Christian: No I won't
Satine: And I, I'll drink all the time
Christian: We should be lovers!
Satine: We can't do that
Christian: We should be lovers! And that's a fact.
Satine: Know nothing would keep us together
Christian: We could steal time
Both: Just for one day. We can be heroes, forever and ever. We can be heroes forever and ever. We can be heroes just because . . .
Christian: I┘ will always love you!!!
Satine: I . . . !
Both: Can't help loving . . .
Christian: You . . .
Satine: How wonderful life is . . .
Both: Now you're in the world . . .
Satine: You're going to be bad for business, I can tell.
Toulouse sings: "How wonderful life is, now you're in the world . . ."
Christian: How wonderful life was now Satine was in the world. But in the Duke, Zidler had got much more than he had bargained for.
Duke: Transforming the Moulin Rouge into a theater will cost a fantastic sum of money, Zidler. So in return I would require a contract that┘ugh┘ugh┘binds Satine to me, exclusively. Naturally, I shall require some security; I shall require the deeds to the Moulin Rouge.
Zidler: But dear Duke . . . IDuke: Please┘don't think that I'm naОve, Zidler. I shall hold the deeds to the Moulin Rouge. And if there are any shenanigans, my manservant Warner, will deal with it in the only language that you underworld show-folk people understand. Satine will be mine. I'm not jealous. I JUST DON'T LIKE OTHER PEOLE TOUCHING MY THINGS!!!
Zidler: I understand completely, Duke.
Duke: Now that we have an understanding, it would appear that ugh . . . you have the means to transform your beloved Moulin Rouge . . .
Zidler: INTO A THEATER!
Duke: I shall woo Satine during supper tonight.
Zidler: We will have created the world's first completely modern, entirely electric, totally Bohemian, all singing, all dancing, STAGE SPECTACULAR! The show must go on!
Christian: Yes, the show would go on, but Satine would not attend the supper that night, or the following night. "Tell me you don't love me!" Mad with jealousy, the evil Maharaja forces the courtesan to make the penniless sitar player believe she doesn't love him.
Toulouse: Oh yes . . .
Christian: "Thank you for curing me of my ridiculous obsession with love!" Says the penniless sitar player, throwing money at her feet and leaving the kingdom forever!
Satine: Oh, but a life without love, that's-that's terrible.
Christian: Yes, but the sitar player . . .
Toulouse: That's my part Christian, that's-that's-that's my part Christian. "It can only speak the truth."
Christian: The greatest thing you'll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return.
Duke: A picnic sweet lady?
Satine: Oh well, we have so much to do, so much work!
Duke: Well if the young writer can carry a blanket and basket, I don't see why you both can't do it in my presence.
Christian: Toulouse, so the magical sitar falls from the roof . . .
Toulouse: Yes, yes, yes I know. Don't tell me this. "The greatest thing you'll ever learn, is just to love and be loved in return."
Duke: Still at it my sweet?
Satine: Oh my dear, sweet Duke. There's so many lines to learn. I just keep reading them over and over.
Christian: For tries the Duke made, it was almost too easy for the young writer and the lead actress to invent perfectly, legitimate reasons to avoid him. Mademoiselle Satine, I haven't quite finished writing that new scene. The┘ugh┘ "Will the lovers be meeting at the sitar's player humble of ode"

Search Results for “ode”


1) Horatian ode. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000. ...An ode in which a fixed stanzaic pattern is followed....
2) Pindaric ode. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000. ...An ode in the form used by Pindar, consisting of a series of triads in which the strophe and antistrophe have the same stanza form and the epode has a different form....
3) -ode. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000. ...1. Way; path: electrode. 2. Electrode: dynode. Greek -odos, from hodos....
4) ode. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000. ...a dance and performed at a public festival or as part of a drama. b. A classical Greek poem modeled on the choric ode and usually having a three-part structure consisting...
5) BASIC. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000. ...A simple programming language. B(eginner's) A(ll-purpose) S(ymbolic) I(nstruction) C(ode)....
6) monody. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000. ...Inflected forms: pl. mon·o·dies1. An ode for one voice or actor, as in Greek drama. 2. A poem in which the poet or speaker mourns another's death. 3. Music a. A style...
7) Pindaric. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000. ...to or characteristic of the poetic style of Pindar. 2. Of or characteristic of a Pindaric ode. A Pindaric ode....
8) dynode. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000. ...An electrode used in certain electron tubes to provide secondary emission. Greek dunamis, power; see dynamic + -ode....
9) epithalamium. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000. ...Inflected forms: pl. ep·i·tha·la·mi·ums or ep·i·tha·la·mi·a (-m-) A lyric ode in honor of a bride and bridegroom. Latin, from Greek epithalamion, from neuter of epithalamios,...
10) triumphal. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000. ...2. Celebrating or commemorating a victory or triumph: a triumphal arch; a triumphal ode....scene.
And I wondered if I could work on it with your later tonight?
Duke: But my dear, I've arranged a magnificent supper for us in the Gothic Tower.
Christian: Well, it's not important, we-we could work on it tomorrow.
Satine: How dare you. It cannot wait until tomorrow. "The lovers will be meeting in the sitar's player humble of ode" scene is the most important in the production. We'll work on it tonight until I'm completely satisfied.
Duke: But my dear . . .
Satine: Dear Duke, excuse me
Christian: I'm sorry.Zidler: Bright and early tomorrow morning, we'll begin act two; "The lovers are discovered!"
Duke: Zidler!Zidler: My dear Duke, everything is arranged for that special supper in the Gothic Tower tonight.
Duke: Oh yes, well eat it yourself Zidler. My affections have been waiting.
Zidler: Impossible!
Duke: I understand how important your work is to her, but she's always at it with that damn writer. If I don't see her tonight, I'm very well leaving!
Zidler: No, dear Duke! I insist that Satine takes the night off.
Duke: All right, all right . . . eight o' clock then.
Christian: You'll come? Tonight?
Satine: Yes.
Christian: What time?
Satine: Eight o' clock
Christian: Promise?
Satine: Yes . . . go!
Zidler: Are you mad? The Duke holds the deeds to the Moulin Rouge. He's spending a fortune on you. He's given you a beautiful new dressing room. He wants to make you a star. And you're dallying with the writer?Satine: Oh┘ Harold, don't be ridiculous . . .Zidler: I SAW YOU TOGETHER!
Satine: It's nothing, It's just an infatuation. It's nothing
Zidler: The infatuation will end. Go to the boy; tell him it's over. The Duke is expecting you in the Tower at eight.
[SATINE SIGHS]
Satine sings: If I should die this very moment... I wouldn't fear. For I've never known completeness. Like being here, wrapped in the warmth of you. Loving every breath of you, why live life from dream to dream? And dread the day...*GASP*
Christian: How could I know in those last fatal days
[SATINE VIOLENTLY]Christian: But force darker than jealousy. And stronger than love, began to take hold of Satine?[SATINE FAINTS]
Marie: Do you think she'll be up by tonight?
Doctor: Tomorrow morning the earliest. Man: The Duke's leaving
Zidler: SHE'S CONFESSING!
Duke: Confessing? What kind of imbecile do you take me for Zidler?
Zidler: She suddenly had a terrible desire to go to a priest and confess her sins.
Duke: What?
Zidler: She wanted to be cleansed of her former life. She says she looks upon tonight as her wedding night.
Duke: He wedding night?
Zidler: She's like a blushing bride...she says you make her feel like a . . . virginDuke: virginZidler: You know...touched for the very first time.
Duke: The first?
Zidler: She says it feels so good... inside... when you hold her... and you touch her...
Duke: Like a virgin?
Zidler: She's made it through the wilderness somehow. She's made it through. She didn't know how lost she was! Until she found you. She was beat, incomplete. She'd been had! She was sad and blue... But you made her feel... Yes you ma-a-a-ade her feel┘ shiny and new! Ahh! Like a virgin! Touched for the very first time! Like a vir-ur-ur-ur-gen.. Your hearts beat both in time! I give you all her love! Her fear is fading fast! Been saving it all for you. Only love can last! She's so fine and she's mine. She'll be yours until the end of time. 'Cause you made her feel...Yes you ma-a-a-ade her feel. She has nothing to hide! Like a virgin! Touched for the very first time! Like a vir-ur-ur-ur-gen. Your hearts beat both in time. Like a virgin! Feels so good inside! When you hold her... and you touch her... and ohh... ohhh!Duke: She's so fine. And she's mine. Makes me strong. Yes she makes me burn and her love thawed off... Yes her lo-uh-uh-uh-uve thawed off what was scared and cold!

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