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Casablanca
MaruДата: Понедельник, 24.05.2010, 20:52 | Сообщение # 1
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Casablanca
(Drama/Classic) ( 1942)
© 2000 by Raymond Weschler

Major Characters

Richard "Rick" Blaine.............Humphrey Bogart
An American businessman who owns a café and bar in Casablanca, Morocco. He arrived there after leaving France in 1940, after the Germans invaded and occupied Paris.

Ilsa..............................Ingrid Bergman
A beautiful young woman from Norway who had a brief affair with Rick in Paris, who unexpectedly arrives in Casablanca a year after she had disappeared from Rick’s life.

Victor Laszlo.....................Paul Henreid
Isla’s husband, a highly educated and charming man from Czechoslovakia, who is a leader of the underground movement fighting against the Germans. He has escaped from a concentration camp and has now arrived with Ilsa in Morocco.

Captain Louis Renault.............Claude Rains
The head of the French police in Casablanca who is charming and friendly, but completely corrupt.

Major Heinrich Strasser...........Conrad Veidt
An official of the German military who has come to Casablanca in order to find the killer of two German clerks in North Africa.

Sam................................Dooley Wilson
Rick’s African-American friend, who sings in his café.

Ugate..............................Peter Lorre
A corrupt and mysterious man who sells travel visas on the black market, who is arrested for the murder of the German clerks.

Senor Ferrari......................Sydney Greenstreet
A powerful and corrupt Spanish businessman who also owns a café.

Carl...............................S.Z.Sakall
The head waiter at Rick’s café.

Yvonne.............................Madeleine LeBeau
A young French woman who often comes to the café.


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MaruДата: Понедельник, 24.05.2010, 20:53 | Сообщение # 2
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Plot Summary

This film is the classic story of an American café owner, Rick Blaine, who is living in Casablanca, Morocco, during World War 2. Rick is both a cynical and caring individual who came to Casablanca after falling in love with a Norwegian woman, Ilsa, during his time in Paris. Although their affair was a short one, Rick believed that they would leave Paris together, after the German armies occupied France in the summer of 1940. Unfortunately, and for reasons that Rick did not understand at the time, Ilsa chose to stay in Paris, and apparently leave Rick forever. Naturally, Rick was broken hearted. A year later, in 1941, Rick is running his own successful café in Casablanca, when Isla unexpectedly arrives with her Czechoslovakian husband, Victor Laszlo. Laszlo is well known for leading the underground movement against Hitler’s armies in Europe, and for having twice escaped from a German concentration camp. Both Isla and Victor had come to Casablanca, like so many others, to find a French exit visa that would allow them to fly to Portugal, and then travel on to America. But when they arrive, Isla is shocked to find herself with Rick again, and both Isla and Victor find it much harder than they thought it would be to obtain the exit visas that they so desperately need. While waiting for a chance to escape from Casablanca, Rick learns the real reason that Isla had left him back in Paris, and the real story of her marriage to Victor. Although Rick and Isla clearly still loved each other, Rick makes sure that when Isla and Victor get a chance to escape, Isla chooses the man she is truly supposed to be with….

A Background Note on the Geopolitical Situation:

This film takes place in 1941 in the city of Casablanca, which was and is the largest city in the North African country of Morocco. At the time, Morocco was still a French colony, but the situation was complicated by the fact that Germany had invaded France in 1940. When France surrendered, Germany agreed to not invade Southern France, but only if a pro-German government was installed. This government, located in the city of Vichy, was in charge of running France’s colonies, including Morocco. Thus, Morocco was still considered "French soil," although German military officials who came there had a great amount of influence. The French officials who ran the colony were careful not to offend the Germans, although many of them probably supported the "Free French" under General Charles DeGaulle, who was the leader of the French government in exile in London. This group rejected the authority of the government in Vichy, and continued to fight with the British against the Germans.

A note on the English used in this movie:

Except for Rick and Sam, no major character in this film is supposed to be a native English speaker. There are Czechs, Italians, Norwegians, Germans, Russians and various others, and while they all have their charming accents, they all speak perfect English. Needless to say, this isn’t realistic! It’s also worth noting that while English had already become the most important international language by the time of World War 2, French would have still been the key language of communication between foreigners in Morocco. In fact, there is quite a bit of French and German heard in this film (though no Arabic!). Still, it is English that is presented as the dominant language, thanks to decisions that were not made in Casablanca, Paris or even Berlin, but obviously, in Hollywood….


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MaruДата: Понедельник, 24.05.2010, 21:12 | Сообщение # 3
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Смотреть фильм онлайн >>>

Casablanca movie script (pdf) >>>

Учебник (pdf) >>>


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MaruДата: Понедельник, 24.05.2010, 21:13 | Сообщение # 4
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Casablanca Possible Questions for ESL Class Discussion

1. Was Richard a cold hearted and cynical person, or as Renault says, was he a "rank sentimentalist"? Why do you think so?

2. Were there certain things about this movie that did not appear very realistic (apart from the fact everybody spoke perfect English)?

3. How would you describe Renault to a friend?

4. If you had been Isla at that airport, what would you have done?

5. Some people think this is one of the greatest movies ever made; Do you agree? Why or why not? Regardless, how many famous lines did you recognize?


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