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& 'count' the triangles..
“I have to admit that I have never seen “Sleeping Beauty”, but when I saw Angelina Jolie and her suit in Maleficent I was really surprised. I found it very graphic and fascinating. The lively red contrast of her lips and her black suit reminded me of René Gruau’s illustration, very minimalist.I looked for what could symbolize Maleficent, and the branches of bramble surrounding its castle are in her effigy, disturbing and dangerous. Brambles compose her suit giving a minimalist aspect to the poster, but when we look at it closer, it reveals all its complexity.variants on the four elements: earth, air, fire and water as they intertwine with the “thorniness” of evil...").
And now that you've been delightfully awed and distracted by these (amazing!!) posters, here's what you actually came to see: the clips.
First is a new featurette (#4), titled Light & Dark. Its quite lovely! (And of course, there are glimpses of additional scenes in there too.)
WARNING: Clip contains what may be considered spoilers (even if you are very familiar with various Sleeping Beauty's and the Disney classic.
"I think all kids are curious. They're drawn to things that are dark. It's not just simply a desire to be wicked. I think there are things that frighten us in life, and especially children, they want to understand so they can take it on, or they want to understand so it frightens them less."The G.K. Chesterton paraphrase of my favorite fairy tale quote* equals awesome.