Transcript: Introduction: "Were you in love with her, Beast? Did you honesty think she'd want you when she has someone like me?" said by Gaston in the movie Beauty and the Beat. This movie has been an inspiration by many and especially with children. The original was a French traditional fairy tail called La Belle et la Bête. In this fairy tail there is a moment where the beast would as the belle to marry him every night, however she would refuse. This love affair between animal and human has inspired many to make there own literature, move, music, and or skit. La Belle et le Bete Published on 1756 This film is a traditional faily tail With further explanation this fairy tail has a twist where belle eventually sees the good in the beast and she does fall in love with him. She realized this when the beast gave her a week to go see her family because she was homesick. As the days go by she doesn't return in a week and she feel bad for lying to the beast. She looks in her mirror and finds that the Beast had been in his death bed lying there sick. With the twist of her ring she returns and is weeping by the side of the Beast and she admits the she is in love with him. Since this love was never really meant to be. it gives it a good sort base for others to incorerate another ending or plot story to make it their own. Beastly directed by Daniel Barnz Romantic fantasy drama film loosely based on Alex's Flinn's 2007 novel of the same name. its a retelling of the fairytale Beauty and the Beast. The story starts out by this wealthy and arrogant high school student. He is the type of character that is disrespectful to a classmate , who is secretly a witch. She casts a spell on him, in which she disfigures his body and face. She says that he must find love in this body before the year ends or he will be forever stuck in this body. As the times goes by he meets this girl that has actually fallen in one him him after much not wanting to know who he is. Beauty and the Beast An American television series very loosely inspired by the 1987 CBS series of Beauty and the beast. This series premiered on October 11, 2012 on CW The detective forgoes trough many other crime senses that in some way link everything back to her mothers deaths and the beast that saved her. Beauty and the Beast Film A 1991 American animated musical fantasy film produced by Walt Disney. There is an enchantress disguised an as old beggar women who offer a young prince a rose in exchange for a night's shelter. When he turns her away, she punished him by transforming him into an ugly beast and turning his servants into household items. Beauty and the Beast Musical A musical with music by Alan Meken, Lyrics by Howard Ashman an Tim Rice and a book by Linda Woolverton. A difference between the film and the music is that Gaston’s marriage proposal to Belle takes place in her front yard as she attempts to hang laundry; there are also no villagers present to witness Gaston’s humiliation until after she runs inside. Beauty And The Beast
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Transcript: BEAUTY AND THE BEAST SYNOPSIS OF THE HISTORY SYNOPSIS OF THE HISTORY What didn't work What we did well AUTHOR AUTHOR MOMENT WHEN THE HISTORY WAS MADE MOMENT WHEN THE HISTORY WAS MADE WHAT WAS THE AUTHOR´S INSPIRATION WHAT WAS THE AUTHOR´S INSPIRATION VIDEO THANKS FOR YOUR ATTENTION THANKS FOR YOUR ATTENTION ANA LAURA BARROS BÁRBARA HANYSZ ISABEL LOPES LETÍCIA DOMINGUES REBECCA GRAZARROLI 2° ano A
Transcript: By Hatib and Phillip:) Musical opened on broadway on April 18th 1994 Beauty and the Beast first opened at the Palace Theatre on Broadway Beauty and the Beast is no longer on Broadway and it had 5,464 performances on Broadway. Beauty and the Beast is still currently on tour around the world today. Beauty and the Beast is based on the disney movie Beauty and the Beast. One unique aspect about Beauty and the Beast is that it has grossed more than $1.4 billion worldwide and played in 13 countries and 115 cities. Beauty and the Beast has won 9 Tony Awards. Beauty and the Beast Beauty and the Beast is ranked as the 8th longest running production in Broadway history.
Transcript: here is a wealthy merchant who lived in a mansion with his three daughters, all of whom were very beautiful, but only the youngest, at fourteen, is named Belle (a French name equivalent to "Beauty") for being lovely and pure of heart; her sisters, in contrast, are wicked and selfish. he merchant loses all of his wealth in a tempest at sea. He and his daughters must therefore live in a small farmhouse and work for their living. fter some years, the merchant hears the trade ships had sent off has arrived back in port, having escaped, therefore, he returns to the city to discover whether it contains anything of monetary value. efore leaving, he asks his daughters whether they desire that he bring them any gift upon his return.His two elder daughters ask for jewels and fine dresses, thinking that his wealth has returned; Belle is satisfied with the promise of a rose, as none grow in their part of the country. he merchant finds that his ship's cargo has been seized to pay his debts, leaving him without money by which to buy his daughters their presents. eeking shelter, he enters a dazzling palace e finds inside tables with food and drink, which have apparently been left for him by the palace's unseen owner.The merchant accepts this gift and spends the night. he next morning, the merchant is about to leave, he sees a rose garden and recalls that Belle had desired a rose. pon picking the most lovely rose he finds, the merchant is confronted by a hideous 'Beast', which tells him that for taking his (the Beast's) most precious possession after accepting his hospitality, the merchant must die. he merchant begs to be set free, arguing that he had only picked the rose as a gift for his youngest daughter. The Beast agrees to let him give the rose to Belle, only if the merchant will return, or his daughter goes to the castle in his place. The merchant is upset, but accepts this condition. he merchant, arriving home, tries to hide the secret from Belle; but she pries it from him and willingly goes to the Beast's castle. very night, the Beast asks Belle to marry him, only to be refused each time.Belle dreams of a handsome prince who pleads with her to answer why she keeps refusing him, and she replies that she cannot marry the Beast because she loves him only as a friend. or several months, Belle lives a life of luxury at the Beast's palace, being waited on hand and foot by invisible servants, having no end of riches to amuse her and an endless supply of exquisite finery to wear. ventually, she becomes homesick and begs the Beast to allow her to go to see her family.He allows it, if she will return exactly a week later.Belle agrees to this and sets off for home with an enchanted mirror and ring. er older sisters are surprised to find her well fed and dressed in finery.They grow jealous of her happy life at the castle, and, hearing that she must return to the Beast on a certain day, beg her to stay another day, even putting onion in their eyes to make it appear as though they are weeping. elle begins to feel guilty about breaking her promise to the Beast and uses the mirror to see him back at the castle. Belle's heart is moved by her sisters' false show of love, and she agrees to stay. he is horrified to discover that the Beast is lying half-dead of heartbreak near the rose bushes her father had stolen from and she immediately uses the ring to return to the Beast. Upon returning, Belle finds the Beast almost dead, and she weeps over him, saying that she loves him. hen her tears strike him, the Beast is transformed into a handsome prince. he Prince informs Belle that long ago a fairy turned him into a hideous beast after he refused to let her in from the rain, and that only by finding true love, despite his ugliness, could he break the curse. THE END S A E He and Belle are married and they lived happily ever after together. S T T F w UL2B Family 1098208071 U B T T B T T T E H H
Transcript: How is Beauty and the Beast a classic? Timeless Beauty and the Beast is timeless. It carries out an universal appeal Different from other movies ; unique. The concept of true love and loving someone for who they are rather than what they look like, is a theme in the movie Beauty and The Beast that is understood by viewers from a wide range of expierences and backgrounds. It touches base on universal issues dealt with in daily life and society. The movie has made its way around the world making it an international phenomenon. It's even successful on broadway. j Univeral Appeal You wouldn't expect someone as beautiful as Belle to fall in love with the Beast. Making this movie unlike any other. Beauty and the Beast is a film that's been around over 20 years. Both adults and children still enjoy watching this film. The lesson in the story is still applicable as well. The lesson being loving someone for who they really are which is still around today. The music in the movie also gives off a memorable feel with unforgettable songs such as "Be Our Guest" and "Beauty and Beast" Beauty and the Beast
Transcript: Photo based on: 'horizon' by pierreyves @ flickr Humanist Perspective Beauty and the Beast Disorders And thanks to Chip, they lived happily ever after! Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Narcissistic Personality Disorder Cogsworth Belle The Beast Therapist - Chip Symptoms: Cogsworth is always nit-picking about very trivial details about the palace. He has to have every thing just right, from dinner, to cleanliness, and the way everyone in the palace should behave. When things don't go his way, he panics and becomes extremely anxious. Cognitive Perspective Schizophrenia After a few sessions using free association therapy, Chip has come to a few conclusions: - Gaston never got much attention from his father. - Due to this, his ego developed a defense mechanism called reaction formation. Now, Gaston countered his father's lack of affection towards him with an excessive amount of affection towards himself and other women. - Gaston's superego never really completely developed, so his personality has been dominated by his id. This is shown in his animal-like behavior such as hunting and lust for Belle. Chip's recommendation: Gaston should continue seeing a therapist regularly in order to sort out his issues with his father and to strengthen his superego. In order to treat Belle's disorder, Chip decides to prescribe her an anti-psychotic medication called Thorazine. Belle will have to regularly take her medicines in order to reduce her symptoms. Biomedical Perspective Chip is a clinical psychologist that uses an eclectic approach, meaning he will treat these various psychological disorders using many different perspectives. He is also a psychiatrist, which means that he can prescribe medications if needed. Symptoms Belle constantly has visual and auditory hallucinations (e.g. She believes that all the objects in the castle can move and talk). She also has feelings of paranoia towards her father. (e.g. She constantly worries about him, which is what causes her to leave the Beast.) Based on these symptoms, Belle probably has undifferentiated schizophrenia. Psychoanalytic Perspective Symptoms: Self-centered, self-absorbed personality. (e.g. He thinks any girl would want to marry him. ) He is obsessed with himself and his appearance. He believes he is the best-looking guy on the planet. (e.g. While "proposing" to Belle, he pauses in order to appreciate his looks in a mirror.) He is very selfish. He puts his interests before others. (e.g. He rallies a crowd together to go kill the Beast, disregarding Belle's feelings. He also bribes the owner of the mental asylum to take away Belle's father.) Gaston definitely does not know how to show unconditional positive regard towards anyone. Chip will use person-centered therapy in order to help Beast overcome his rapid mood swings. Chip believes these disorders are caused by the dissonance between Beast's real self and his ideal self. Because he has strong emotions for Belle, he wants to achieve his ideal self in order to make Belle happy. Symptoms: Beast has major mood swings (e.g. He is sometimes very angry and yells when he loses his temper, while at other times he is nice to Belle like when he saved her from the wolves). It appears that Beast's behavior constantly alternates between a manic state and a depressive state. (e.g. Beast feels very lovey-dovey towards Belle and has romantic feelings, but then he becomes sad because he feels that he is not good enough for her. Chip decides to use rational-emotive therapy. Chip: So Cogsworth, tell me how you feel when a dish does not get cleaned or the table does not get set properly? Cogsworth: Well, I feel very, very nervous, and I just have this compulsive feeling to have that dish cleaned or to fix the table. Chip: I see, and how does this affect the people around you? Cogsworth: Well, when I feel panicked, I tend to nag all the other workers, so I suppose it bothers them. Chip: Well, then that is just not okay. Your behavior has become maladaptive. Tell me, will the world end if the dishes are not clean? Cogsworth: No. Chip: Will someone die if a fork or a bowl or a spoon is not in the right place? Cogsworth: No. Chip: And do the people around you really deserve the way you treat them? Cogsworth: I...I guess not. Chip: Then there is no explanation for your irrational thoughts. So start thinking rationally, and it will be better for all of us. Gaston Bipolar Disorder or Borderline Personality Disorder
Transcript: History This version focuses more on warring between the two fairies, the parentage of the protagonists, and the reason for the curse of the prince Impact References to today Summary A wealthy merchant lived with his children, the youngest of which was called Beauty not only for her looks but her heart too. The family's mansion caught on fire followed by bad economic luck for the merchant leaving the family broke. The father set out to go to town in hopes one of his ships has brought back money; all his children ask for extravagances except Beauty who asks for a rose. The father had no luck and on his way home came across a mysterious castle. He went inside this castle only to find food, drink, and a comfy bed waiting for him. The next morning, on his way out in the garden, he came across the most beautiful roses and picked one for Beauty. The beast appeared and accused the father of stealing his roses and wanted to punish him. Beast said the merchant would either have to stay there the rest of his life or send one of his daughters willingly. Beast sent the merchant home to see if any of the daughters would come. After explaining the situation, Beauty felt it was her fault so she volunteered. After bidding her siblings goodbye, Beauty and her father set off for the castle. They arrived to the castle and spent time together until it was time for her father to leave in the morning. Beauty spent her days exploring the castle. Everyday, after supper, the beast would visit Beauty and talk to her, and at the end of the conversation he'd ask her to marry him. Every night, Beauty would dream of a handsome prince who told her he loved her and to not trust appearances. After a decent amount of time of this happening, Beauty asked if she may visit her family for 2 months. The beast didn't want to let Beauty go, but he loved her so he told her she could. He also told her that if she did not return in 2 months, he would die without her. Beast gave Beauty a magic ring that would allow her to return so as she would wake up in the castle Beauty returned to her home and her family was happy to see her. But, while she was home, she noticed her sisters learned to live without her. Some time passed, and one night she had a dream in which the beast was dying in a cave, a woman told her she was just in time to save him. After that dream, she turned her ring so she would return to the castle when she awoke. All day she could not find the beast, then finally found the cave she saw in her dream. She rushed over to the dying beast and told him she realized she loved him and he began to come back to life. That night after supper, when the Beast asked Beauty to marry him, she accepted. Fireworks went off within the castle, and when Beauty looked back at the beast in his place was her handsome prince. Then, two women walked in; one from her dreams and the other she didn't know. The second woman turned out to be the Queen and thanked Beauty for freeing her son and returning him to his natural form. Beauty and her prince had a beautiful wedding. Beauty and the Beast Archetypes, Themes, Motifs true love Patrick, Josh. "List of Frequent Archetypes in Literature." eHow Discover The Expert In You. eHow, 07 0. Web. 29 Apr 2012. <http://www.ehow.com/info_8179980_list-frequent-archetypes-literature.html>. This is the best known written version of the story magical weapon: The rose Villain: Gaston Themes: The sacred Marriage: the joining of two opposites First version and it was published in 1750 "Viking" 1. Love Conquers All This version ends when Beast is transformed into a Prince This version is much shorter and is made for children Hero: Belle Beauty and the Beast - "Beauty and the Beast." Wikipedia. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Apr 2012. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beauty_and_the_Beast>. ABC Series "Once Upon A Time" This version has dream sequences where the prince tells Beauty to look beyond the beast and rescue him By Jeanne-Marie Le Prince de Beaumont Motifs: 2. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder “Beastly” by Alex Flinn Beauty and the Beast -Heiner, Heidi. "History of Beauty and the Beast." SurLaLune Fairy Tales. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Apr 2012. <http://www.surlalunefairytales.com/beautybeast/history.html>. star crossed lovers Written for her salon friends, not children An English translation appeared in 1757 “Crazy Beautiful” by: Lauren Baratz-Logsted “La Belle et la Bete” Broadway Performance of Beauty and the Beast Citations By Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve Archetypes: Rose: ordinary object that has power The Outcast: The Beast Carole, . "Cap O'Rushes." . N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Apr 2012. Published in 1756
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