Cinderella is one of those stories where a girl falls for a boy who rescues her from some unfortunate situation to marry and live happily ever after. The society has been a bit unfair to these stories that, beyond what is always said, shows topics such as labor exploitation, greed and discrimination. Disney deals with this theme again and brings us a production directed by Kenneth Branagh, with a screenplay by Chris Weitz, which is based on the story by Charles Perrault published in 1697 (to be released in March 2015). We know what to expect within graphic and clothing to the budget of this kind of films, however, it is worth going to the cinema to see this mix of new and established talent as Cate Blanchett and Helena Bonham Carter, who, through their particular way to add a touch of madness to his characters, gives life to the famous fairy godmother.
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