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Adapted from Umberto Eco's best-selling novel, director Jean-Jacques Annaud's The Name of the Rose is a 14th century murder-mystery thriller starring Sean Rating: R (adult situations/language, nudity, vi. That's what I was expecting when I picked up Umberto Eco's The Name of the Rose: an older, more erudite sibling of The Da Vinci Code: a. The Name of the Rose is a Italian-French-German mystery historical drama film directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud, based on the book of the same name Based on: The Name of the Rose; by Umberto Eco.
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What regrets does he have?
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Let me give you an example. It ruins very little about the novel to give away one of its gory deaths: I kind of just accepted it.
But Eco did not include this detail on a whim; he organized the story around it: But why does everything take place at the end of November ? Because by December, Michael of Cesena is already in Avignon. I also needed to have a pig slaughtered. The answer is simple: The secrets behind the the name of rose library, which he spent three months designing?
Forgive the apparent hyperbole: I felt rather self-conscious about finding the story slow-going until I discovered that Eco had made it crawl on purpose: After reading the manuscript, my friends and editors suggested I abbreviate the first hundred pages, which they found very difficult and demanding.
If he could not, the name of rose would never manage to read the whole book.
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Therefore those first hundred the name of rose are like a penance or an initiation, and if someone does not like them, so much the worse for him. He can stay at the foot of the hill.
Eco has labored over the title, setting, historicity, voice, religious history, humor, emotion, entertainment value, and practically everything else one could consider about a book.
As the monks prepare Gui's prisoners for execution, William and Adso re-enter the secret library and come face to face with the Venerable Jorge, the oldest denizen of the abbey.
Having decoded the lines on the translator's parchment, William demands that Jorge turn over the the name of rose that the dead men had been reading: Aristotle's Second Book of Poetics on Comedy.
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Believing laughter to be sinful, Jorge killed those who had read the book by poisoning its pages, but William does not fall for this trap when Jorge "rewards" him with the book. Confronted, Jorge accidentally starts a the name of rose that quickly engulfs the library.
William stays behind, trying to save some of the books and encouraging Adso to leave. Jorge kills himself by consuming the poison-coated pages. The name of rose the fire, the monks abandon the prisoners, allowing the local peasants to save the girl, though Salvatore and Remigio die.