Red Curtain Trilogy

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The Red Curtain Trilogy
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Directed by Baz Luhrmann
Produced by SB:
Tristram Mall
Baz Luhrmann
Gabriella Martinelli
Martin Brown
Baz Luhrmann
Fred Baron
Martin Brown
Written by Baz Luhrmann
Craig Pearce
Starring Paul Mercurio
Tara Morice (SB)
Leonardo DiCaprio
Claire Danes (R+J)
Ewan McGregor
Nicole Kidman (MR)
Music by David Hirschfelder (SB)
Nellee Hooper (R+J)
Craig Armstrong (MR)
Cinematography Steve Mason (SB)
Donald McAlpine
Edited by Jill Bilcock
M&A Productions (SB)
Distributed by Miramax Films (SB)
20th Century Fox
Release date
  • February 12, 1993 (1993-02-12) (SB)
  • November 1, 1996 (1996-11-01) (R+J)
  • June 1, 2001 (2001-06-01) (MR)
Running time
441 minutes
Country Australia
United States
Language English
Budget $70 million
Box office $338,506,454

The Red Curtain Trilogy is the title given to the first three films directed by Baz Luhrmann:

These three films were included in the Red Curtain Trilogy DVD box set released in 2002.[1] The films do not form a trilogy in the traditional sense, as there is no relationship between the plot of each film. Instead, the Red Curtain Trilogy has been described by Luhrmann as following a specific filmmaking technique.[2] Each film contains a theatre motif that reappears throughout the film. Dance is used in the first film, poetry and language in the second and song in the third.

Box office[edit]

  • Strictly Ballroom (94 minutes) – $11,738,022[3] (Budget: A$3 million)[4]
  • Romeo + Juliet (120 minutes) – $147,554,998[5] (Budget: $14.5 million)[6]
  • Moulin Rouge! (127 minutes) – $179,213,434[7] (Budget: $52.5 million)[8]

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