The Piano Blu-ray 1Disc
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Jane Campion's The Piano struck a deep chord with audiences in 1993, who were mesmerized by the film's rich, dreamlike imagery.
The story of a Scottish woman named Ada (Holly Hunter), who has been mute since age 6 because she simply chose not to speak. Ada travels with her daughter Flora (Anna Paquin) and her beloved piano to a remote spot on the coast of New Zealand for an arranged marriage to a farmer (Sam Neill). She gives piano lessons to a gruff neighbour (Harvey Keitel) who has Maori tattoos on his face, and, well, things develop from there.
The picture takes on a powerful dream logic that simply defies synopsis. It's a breathtakingly beautiful and original achievement from Campion, a unique stylist.
Item No: 9339065002317
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Jane Campion's The Piano struck a deep chord with audiences in 1993, who were mesmerized by the film's rich, dreamlike imagery.
The story of a Scottish woman named Ada (Holly Hunter), who has been mute since age 6 because she simply chose not to speak. Ada travels with her daughter Flora (Anna Paquin) and her beloved piano to a remote spot on the coast of New Zealand for an arranged marriage to a farmer (Sam Neill). She gives piano lessons to a gruff neighbour (Harvey Keitel) who has Maori tattoos on his face, and, well, things develop from there.
The picture takes on a powerful dream logic that simply defies synopsis. It's a breathtakingly beautiful and original achievement from Campion, a unique stylist.
Item No: 9339065002317
Product Description
Jane Campion's The Piano struck a deep chord with audiences in 1993, who were mesmerized by the film's rich, dreamlike imagery.
The story of a Scottish woman named Ada (Holly Hunter), who has been mute since age 6 because she simply chose not to speak. Ada travels with her daughter Flora (Anna Paquin) and her beloved piano to a remote spot on the coast of New Zealand for an arranged marriage to a farmer (Sam Neill). She gives piano lessons to a gruff neighbour (Harvey Keitel) who has Maori tattoos on his face, and, well, things develop from there.
The picture takes on a powerful dream logic that simply defies synopsis. It's a breathtakingly beautiful and original achievement from Campion, a unique stylist.
Item No: 9339065002317

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