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  1. If you listen to this right after Everything to win reprise, that song's last line wit this song's first word is ,,With everyhing to win the only thing i lose is…Gleb.
    And maybe it's just me, but I find this so funny, even though it's not a so happy song.

    And I think Gleb would be happy if he'd know that Anya thinks that?

  2. When the chorus comes in and the music swells up and he's got the gun pointed at her it's all just — this overwhelming sense of emotion I get, same thing that happens in Quartet at the Ballet, bc it's just. So many motives. So many voices telling a story. This musical is truly a work of art and I'm sad I never got to see it in person ?

  3. My favorite part about this song is at the end you don't hear a gunshot or you don't hear the "I can't do it" because it leaves the viewer mystery on whether he actually shot her or not also there's different variations of how the story ends. Also if we were to do a musical about Anastasia in my high school, I would like for it to be the sad ending. The reason being is that's how history had it Anastasia did die at the age of 17 also to give the viewer a roller coaster ride of emotions and show them that not every 'princess movie' has a happily ever after.

  4. I don't understand how this ending has anything to do with the point of this story. Why bring up the revolution if it's a means to push the plot to an unrelated resolution

  5. I really hope that in the future live action movie, that gleb becomes a potenial love intrest instead of dimitri,

    Example: gleb is tasked to kill anya in paris after her reunion with her grandmother but he cant do it, anya comforts him, gets to know him and falls in love,

    epilogue: anastasia and gleb are married, living in hiding in her grandmothers estate and have 2 kids, anya and alexei

  6. I believe the “my mother said he died of shame” line isn’t about Gleb’s father letting Anastasia live, thus betraying the revolution. I believe it’s about the shame of murdering the family he served because he was told it was for the greater good.

  7. I love the epic climax of the original movie, with Rasputin's evil sorcery and the demonic Pegasus statue, and Anya crushing Rasputin's reliquary under her shoe for her family and for Dimitri while bidding him "do svidaniya" will forever be one of the greatest scenes in animation.
    However, I feel this climax manages to equal the intensity and epicness of the former even if the confrontation happens between two characters behind closed doors, in an intimate and secluded space: the stories of two people whose lives were destroyed by the revolution, even if in different ways, finally come to their reckoning in a dramatic fashion. While Anya has struggled with her trauma, faced it and managed to overcome it, Gleb's denial of the horror the revolution has brought upon the Romanovs finally cracks under the pressure of his own sorrow and love for her, shattering the illusion that their deaths were necessary and for the good o the Russian people. It is a much more realistic ending that doesn't diminish the cinematic strength of its supernatural counterpart, while at the same time managing to portray the contradictions that the Russian revolution generated.

  8. This is going to be interesting to see how I watch this climax unfold. It looks like it’ll be less scary to watch than Rasputin in the movie. And I’m cool with the more realistic interpretation this classic story is being given. Now I’m done with the cast album. I have to wait until November to see the show in California!

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