What's interesting about this film 'La Belle' was the fact that Belle's father is sent to death by the Beast for taking a rose that is precise to his inner most desires. The point that belle has so much love for her father that she would not mind taking her fathers place. Certain scenes in the film where the beast and belle becomes close as she feels sorry for the beast. Attending to make him feel happy. As the love starts to show where he would give anything to belle , as the beast sees her goodness.
What’s different is the fact that the beasts power comes from a glove, mirror, rose, and a golden key. This he tells Belle where my power really comes from. Which the beast gives to Belle to say there’s trust I see in you to take my riches. But the beast says you don't I well die. This shows the beast has feelings towards Belle. How the Beasts castle is magical where there are hands that hold candles and doors that open by there self. I found quiet strange but something that I did not expect. In the enchanted castle - wonderfully designed by Christian Berard complete with fantastic living statuary”. ( Bosley Crowther).
The castle has wonderful statues that make the overall view of the castle magical and well crafted. “
It appears that the beast is very lonely and lives in a beautiful castle all alone. For instance belles father thinks the beast. Is a monster has no direction of feeling to others. The reason why the beast is misunderstood as an animal, is because belle at first thinks he’s just a scary beast that has no feeling. But getting to know the beast she becomes fond of him. “A fantasy alive with trick shots and astonishing effects, giving us a Beast who is lonely like a man and misunderstood like an animal” (Roger Ebert) .
In the enchanted castle - wonderfully designed by Christian Bérard complete with fantastic living statuary, and dignified by a Beast at once ferocious, erotic and genuinely tragic . By Bosley Crowther.
A fantasy alive with trick shots and astonishing effects, giving us a Beast who is lonely like a man and misunderstood like an animal. Roger Ebert.