Moulin Rouge

Moulin Rouge (2001)

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Satine dies. In the end, true love triumphs only to be taken away by the unstoppable tour de force called mortality. The Duke stays rich and alone and the Bohemian revolution adds another martyr to its cause.

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Toulouse-Lautrec: The greatest thing you'll ever learn, is just to love, and be loved in return.

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After Harry Zidler first sees Christian and Satine kissing, when they stop kissing, Satine's lipstick switches from being smeared to perfectly done and bright red when she walks and when Zidler is talking to her about having to end the infatuation.

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At the beginning, right after Christian sings the 'hills are alive' line, the unconscious Argentinian says something about him having lots of talent, and 'happens' to put his hand on his crotch. Then later in the movie, when Satine is unbuttoning his pants when they are in the elephant for the first time, she calls him a 'big boy' and Toulouse says he has HUGE talent.

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