The Illusionist (2006) Dual Audio Hin-Eng BRRip 720P Full HD Movie Download
Director: Neil Burger
Release Date: 1 September 2006
Genre: Drama | Mystery | Romance
Stars: Edward Norton, Jessica Biel, Paul Giamatti
The Illusionist (2006) is a English movie. Neil Burger has directed this movie. Edward Norton,Jessica Biel,Paul Giamatti,Rufus Sewell are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2006. The Illusionist (2006) is considered one of the best Drama,Fantasy,Mystery,Romance,Thriller movie in India and around the world.
Storyline: In late nineteenth century Vienna, renowned illusionist Eisenheim is reunited with the Duchess von Teschen when she is volunteered from the audience to participate in an illusion during one of his performances. Despite having not seen each other in fifteen years when they were teenagers, they almost immediately recognize each other as Eduard Abramovich and Sophie von Teschen, they who had a doomed romance at that time due to their class differences. The Duchess is soon to be wed to the Crown Prince Leopold in what would be for him a marriage solely in pursuit of power: overthrowing his father, the Emperor Leopold, as well as overtaking the Hungarian side of the empire. The Crown Prince is known to use violence against women if it suits his needs or purposes. As such, the Duchess, who realizes that she still loves Eisenheim and he her, can never leave the Crown Prince without it jeopardizing her life. After Eisenheim humiliates the Crown Prince at a private show which results in an
Throughout the score, Glass counterbalances high and low sounds, leaving out much of the middle and forming a palpable air of mystery. This aspect of his score works well, but it also is a bit overwhelming to the onscreen action. In The Hours or Kundun, for example, this overpowering sound forced you to listen, effectively telegraphing the despair in the former and the solemnity in the later. In The Illusionist, Glass gets the period right, transforming his late 20th century style into something evoking the early century, but misses the film\’s tone. It is about mystery, but it is also playful, and I missed that aspect.
The music, as always with Glass\’s scores, sounds full and distinct. Michael Riesman conducting the Czech Film Orchestra does a fine job pulling out the right threads of the music to keep our ears where they need to be. Glass has effectively channeled the sound of the Viennese masters while retaining his own sound, but I\’m not sure it was exactly what the film needed.