We are pleased to bring you an enhanced widescreen edition of Le Violin Rouge (The Red Violin - in a French only dubbed rendition) complete with the full 720 X 480 video and incredible 320K bitrate audio. We have embedded DivX subtitles in French for those that need it. A better DivX player version from Divx.com creators
is located here: http://thepiratebay.org/torrent/4473112 (Please read the notes on that page) Our dual French/English version of the improved screen rendering of The remains of the day is a day or so away. Thank you for waiting so patiently mon amis.
Thanks for being patient to the great folks in France, Quebec and elsewhere who have been the best seeders for us across the board in fact, and this is a small thank you to you all as they are my dear family just as much as those in Italy where Greta Scacchi was in fact born to an art dealer father in fact!
The Red Violin is a brilliant offering of Quebec Director Monsieur Francois Girard.The analogy that the movie offers us, if you are in fact an astute reader of his message is that of a Violin as compared to the most beautiful of women (Greta Scacchi in this case - you will rememeber her from her finest days of her career in her performance in "White Mischief" (we will soon have the combined English German version for you), simply the best role ever performed by a British actress in full form and beauty!) in this regard:
What is the driving force behind the need to acquire and appreciate that which is beautiful How do we go about exercising the right of pursuing that which in nature becomes our most beautiful creations as competent human beings or as appreciators of what are the natural of gods beautiful creations on earth. Who is it that best does justice to the need to deserve and care for such objects of our desire and how do we all differ in this respect as a result of our teachings and our own place in the world in respect of availability to us of beauty in abundance where it is so.
This is a very different read than you will get from most people, however I am a professional movie reviewer who has attained honours at University for essay writings in such matters as require a philosophical perspective that goes beyond gleaning the plot of the movie as it were or simply putting up a video stating its length in minutes and nothing else to convince us that it is a movie we should offer to all and support with scarce resources in seeding and what you.
Is a beautiful violin equally appreciable by all people equally? How about a beautiful woman? Is there a difference that makes for stark comparisons in a way as to offer edification and insight. a formula for improvement perhaps. That is the ultimate message of this movie and for which reason i think it should be kept from no one now that its been out there for many years and has recovered its costs plus profits in adequate measure as to serve a human need now in the p2p (bittorent) arena. The present price in a store in Toronto has reached $40 so they are aiming for only a few buyers that can fully appreciate this movie enough to pay that amount, and more to the point, are able to afford it, despite being somewhat oppressive to the family budget!
Greta is not her very finest self in this movie as she hasn't has many opportunities to perform since "White Mischief". that said, if you do see "White mischief" I think you will agree that in that movie she has made herself an immortal figure that will live in our memories forever as that of having appreciated what is the most beautiful creature that can come to be in such natural beauty adorned with British charm in the manner of her great articulation prowess in such measure as to be an example to all indeed! Greta has never been equalled since or before for that matter! i love you dearly Greta!