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The three main characters who make up the love triangle of the movie are the Phantom of the Opera Christine and Raoul The setting of the movie was the city of Paris at the Opera Populaire The dates of the setting changes because the movie is film as if the characters were remembering the story of the phantom of the opera therefore the audience is sort of traveling trough timeThe Phantom of the Opera wore a mask to cover his face from the world He suffered a facial deformation problem that had punished him since birth The music compositor for The Phantom of the Opera is Andrew Lloyd WebberIn the film of The Phantom of the Opera other art forms were also used Some examples of these art forms are singing dancing acting and storytelling The story of The Phantom of the Opera is based on the story of the Beauty and the Beast in which there is a man with certain deformities who falls in love with a woman with remarkable kindness and good looks Yet it seems impossible for the male character to think that the female character would ever have feelings for himI believe that the fact this movie was filmed not only in black and white but also in color is to give certain scenes or objects in a specific sequence of images a greater importance or give them another meaning Also the screenwriter uses this method of changing from black and white to a color scene in order to travel in time An example of the use of film in color for greater emphasis is the scene that starts as black and white in which Raoul is at the cemetery where he sees a rose in Christines tomb then it slowly turns into a red rose this object the rose represented the presence of the Phantom of the OperaThe music box that appeared at the beginning of the film
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