The Australian director Baz Luhrmann teleports the romantic tragedy Romeo and Juliet tale from the Italian Verona to the Latin-American Verona Beach. The film was a success with it’s original dialogue from the MTV aesthetic and with guns as the weapon of choice.
Released on the 1996-11-01
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Amme, Aquarium, Balcony, Beach, Central and South America, Costume Party, Drag Queen, Family Conflict, Family Honour, Family Party, Feud, Fireworks, Hostility, In Love with the Enemy, Love at First Sight, Love of One's Life, Masked Ball, Murder, Newlyweds, Party, Party, Passion, Pastor, Pistol, Poison, Present, Rage and Hate, Run Away, Secret Love, Secret Wedding, Shot Dead, Suicide, Summer, Swimming Pool, Swimming Pool, Totenbahre, Unforgivingness, Wedding
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This movie has been referenced in the following movies:
William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet
William Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet
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