Rigoletto

Theatrical Release: October 20, 2004
DVD Release: October 20, 2004
Rigoletto
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Synopsis

“Returning hurt for hurt never helped anybody,” young Bonnie says. But what is she to make of the hurtful Ribaldi who has moved into Castle Gate and threatened to evict her family? When she goes to work in his mysterious old mansion, she helps him see that the ugliness he holds inside is far worse than his hideous appearance. And she soon sees that this “beast ” is a master singer and teacher who can help her unlock the beauty of her own voice. As Ribaldi teaches Bonnie to sing, her kindness melts the ice around his heart to reveal goodness and a rare wisdom that has been buried for years. Although the children of the town discover his beautiful soul, some of their parents allow ugly rumors to fuel the fires of their hate. Don’t miss the stirring finish as this musical masterpiece builds to a crescendo.

Dove Review

If you enjoyed “Beauty and the Beast” or the “Phantom of the Opera” you will enjoy this film. The music is fantastic. The story shows you that you can’t judge people by what they look like on the outside and that people can change on the inside with a little kindness. As the saying goes, “Don’t judge a book by its cover.”

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: The men of the town beat up the main character.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: None

Info

Company: Feature Films For Families
Director: Leo D Paur
Genre: Musical
Runtime: 98 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe