Exquisite trills of poetry and the smoke of sad philosophy interlace in the classic fairytale by Oscar Wilde.
True creativity, as well as true love, is always a victim. But does it make sense if not many can appreciate the
The bird of love, the sirenical Nightingale is burning with desire to help the poor Student to get a red rose in order
to win the heart of his capricious lover.
But the price for a beautiful flower is too high: the pale rosebuds will be becoming red if the spikes drink hot blood of
the Nightingale singing the most beautiful song.
The Australian artist Del Kathryn Barton threw a purely female perspective on the tragic and beautiful story, and the
gender accents sound particularly acute in the tumult of her sad and bizarre fantasies.
So do not be surprised when you'll hear how the Nightingale bird with lush maiden breast is singing in the voice of
Mia Wasikowska and sad Red Rose is answering in the deep and sexy voice of David Wenham.
There is definitely something special about it!
Mia Wasikowska ... Nightingale
David Wenham ... Red Rose
Geoffrey Rush ... Oak Tree
Benedict Samuel ... Student
and the others…