Rediscover the timeless story, the memorable music and unforgettable characters -- now more enchanting than ever with pristine digital picture and dazzling high definition sound! Cinderella has faith her dreams will come true. With help from her loyal mice friends and a wave of her Fairy Godmother's wand, Cinderella's rags are magically transformed into a glorious gown and off she goes to the Royal Ball. But when the clock strikes midnight, the spell is broken, leaving only a single glass slipper...the only key to the ultimate fairy-tale ending!--------------
Redécouvrez l'histoire impérissable, la musique mémorable et les personnages inoubliables -- désormais plus enchanteurs que jamais grâce à une image numérique impeccable et un son haute définition renversant! Cendrillon a bon espoir de voir ses rêves se réaliser. Avec l'aid de ses amis souris loyaux et d'un coup de baguette magique de sa bonne fée marraine, les haillons de Cendrillon sont transformés en une robe splendide, et la voilà en route pour le bal royal. Mais sur le coup de minuit, le charme est rompu, et ne reste plus qu'une pantoufle de verre ... la clé pour que le récit s'achève en véritable conte de fées!
Disney's adaptation of the beloved fairy tale became a classic in its own right, thanks to some memorable tunes (including "A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes," "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo," and the title song) and some endearingly cute comic relief. We all know the story--the wicked stepmother and stepsisters simply won't have it, this uppity Cinderella thinking she's going to a ball designed to find the handsome prince an appropriate sweetheart, but perseverance, animal buddies, and a well-timed entrance by a fairy godmother make sure things turn out all right. There are a few striking sequences of pure animation--for example, Cinderella is reflected in bubbles drifting through the air--and the design is rich and evocative throughout. It's a simple story padded here agreeably with comic business, particularly Cinderella's rodent pals (dressed up conspicuously like the dwarf sidekicks of another famous Disney heroine) and their misadventures with a wretched cat named Lucifer. There's also much harrumphing and exposition spouting by the King and the Grand Duke. It's a much simpler and more graceful work than the more frenetically paced animated films of today, which makes it simultaneously quaint and highly gratifying. --David Kronke
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