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Let’s go all together from this tuesday… Into the Woods!

Posted in Books, Johnny Depp, movies by Anna Maria Polidori on March 21, 2015

Into the Woods debut on DVD this next Tuesday

Eventually Into the Woods 10613027_782460528477109_2604017585244243629_n will debut on DVD this Tuesday.            934802_594116557378540_8122797034347402396_n (thanks to Lory Depp Girl for pictures)

I admit I love this fractured fairy-tales so badly. Created by legendary god of Broadway Stephen Sondheim sodheim with James Lapine Lapine in 1987,


Into the Woods 10388200_343271435846506_6778836146338218194_n became  immediately one of the most successful musical of Broadway and one of the three most favorite shows to put on stage every year from schools and theaters all around the USA.

A success because of the problematic involved in the fairy-tale and because there are many characters in this story.

A baker and his wife can’t have children because cursed by a Witch -Meryl Streep 10540780_782453561811139_7151254787420887977_n streep Meryl Streep and Stephen Sondheim – (this first fairy tale has been invented by Sondheim and Lapine) and so they decide to going Into the Woods. In this kind of spiritual trip they will meet along their way a lot of characters 1004554_362699547237028_4448876873749903388_n taken directly from the most beloved Brothers Grimm’s fairy-tales.
Cinderella Anna Kendrick , Little Red Riding Hood Lilla Crawford, the Lascivious Wolf Johnny Depp and many others.

The movie musical has been wanted so badly by Rob Marshall rob marshall while watching on tv President Obama for the tenth anniversary of the terroristic attack at the Twin Towers.
The actual historic moment is much more complicated than the past one. New generations need to cope with enemies more undefined respect to the ones of the past where enemies were clearer. Terrorism, because this movie wants to be an answer to the post Terroristic attack at the Twin Towers, is a phantom. No one can see and it and can be everywhere, that’s why it is so scaring and unexpected.

Characters created by Sondheim and Lapine are stunningly adults and intense.
Cinderella is not anymore a poor girl bullied by her family, but a pretty sly girl.
Little Red Riding Hood not so innocent. So in general all the characters become like for magic profoundly adults.

Happiness is just apparent considering what happens in their lives.

Children will listen one of the most intense song of the entire musical.

Great performance of Johnny Depp in a role the one of the Lascivious Wolf 1978851_594116547378541_785874051392675923_n loved by critics and public.



Anna Maria Polidori


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