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La Belle et la Bête by Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de VilleneuveLe monstre se fit entendre. Un bruit effroyable, causé par le poids énorme de son corps, par le cliquetis terrible de ses écailles et par des hurlements affreux, annonça son arrivée. En voyant approcher la Bête, quelle ne put envisager sans frémir en elle-même, la Belle avança dun pas ferme, et dun air modeste salua fort respectueusement la Bête. Cette démarche plut au monstre et, se retournant vers la Belle, il lui dit : Bonsoir, la Belle.
La Belle et la Bête (Subtitled)
Beauty and the Beast is a Franco-German romantic fantasy film based on the traditional Belle wakes to find the Beast watching her sleep before he suddenly flees. Vincent Cassel as La Bête (The Beast) / Le Prince (The Prince); Léa Seydoux as Belle; André Dussollier as Le marchand (The Merchant) / Belle's .
Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve
Beauty And The Beast (La belle et la bête)
Sign in. Alex Borstein , RuPaul , and other stars at the Emmys answer our fans' burning questions. Watch now. Belle's father owes Prince Leon money, but can't pay, so he gives him his daughter until he's able to pay. A dark twist on the morality tale of forbidden love between beautiful Belle and the feared forest Beast. As villagers are being brutally murdered and the Beast is hunted down as the one A beautiful young woman takes her father's place as the prisoner of a mysterious beast, who wishes to marry her.
The new live-action version of Beauty and the Beast is already the biggest box office hit of the year , which is no big surprise given all the hype the film received as Disney fans prepared to see their favorite fairytale characters come to life. If you've spent a lifetime obsessing over Belle and her Beast, you're certainly not alone—but do you know the real story behind the classic fairytale? Of course, there are naysayers that like to bring up the disturbing Stockholm Syndrome allusions in the cartoon and its recent adaptation, but the original fairytale that inspired the two recent film adaptations is even more disturbing. Written during a time when women did not have the freedom to choose their spouse, Belle's captivity served as a very obvious metaphor for the way in which women had no choice about who they married. There are many differences between Disney's films and Villeneuve's fairytale, but a few key points stand out the most—and explain why Disney didn't stick to the original story.