The adaptation of the Shakespeare comedy will be screened on Tuesday, November 28th at 6.30 pm at the Lanteri Cinema.
'Tomorrow's bitchy' resumes the movements of a ballet divided into two acts in the version created for the Moscow company by French choreographer Jean-Christophe Maillot.
Starring Ekaterina Krysanova and Vladislav Lantar in the roles of protagonists on original music by Dmitri Schostakovich. The sparkling couple is flanked, in a mirror game, by the harmony of the duo brought by Olga Smirnova-Semyon Chudin.
The intensity of Schostakovich's music, specifically written for the film version, opens new doors for dancers to explore the theatricality of their characters.
In Padua of the sixteenth century, the rich Baptist does not want to give the hand of his younger, white daughter, docile and lovable, until she is married to Catherine, who is bitty and intractable.
Bianca's courtesans thus persuade Veronese Petruccio to woo Catherine, hoping that marriage finally allows Bianca to take her husband.
In Petruccio, Catherine will find a husband capable of keeping her head in the face of irascibility. Instead, Lucenzio's student, disguised as an instructor, will break into Bianca's heart.