A racist Los Angeles cop receives a heart transplant from a murdered black lawyer, whose ghost then teams up with him to find the killer. Good cast makes this silly plot worth seeing!
The weaker half of Cheech and Chong as a middle-aged hippie who meets up with his estranged son on a cross country trip. The producers must have been stoned when they made this mess!
Arthur Miller tale of a private detective who suspects that his client, a strange prostitute, might be involved in the murder of her psychiatrist.
The Aria -- Our desire to comply is entangled with our need to resist. IMPORTANT!: The audio doesn't begin until two minutes into the piece.
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Puccini’s musical thriller of lust, murder, and politics is one of the most dramatically riveting operas in the repertoire. Luc Bondy’s production, with sets by Richard Peduzzi and costumes by Academy Award-winning designer Milena Canonero, opened the Met’s 2009–10 season. Karita Mattila stars as the beautiful and dangerously impulsive singer Floria Tosca. Marcelo Álvarez is her lover, the painter Cavaradossi, a political enemy of the powerful chief of police, Scarpia (George Gagnidze), who wants Tosca for himself.
Tosca, Giacomo Puccini's fifth opera, was first staged at the Teatro Costanzi in Rome on 14th January 1900. The opera initially stirred contrasting reactions among the public and critics.
Whilst the latter generally expressed strong reservations, the public appreciated the opera greatly and decreed a success that has never waned since that date.
Benoit Jacquot reinvents the way we view opera in this magnificent production of Puccini's story of Tosca's love for the painter Cavaradossi and the intervention of Scarpia.
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