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I just want to mention that this beautiful love story was written by Arthur Laurents, a gay man. It was scored by Leonard Bernstein, a gay man. The lyrics were written by Steven Sondheim, a gay man. The director of the original stage production, who also won an Oscar for co-directing the film, was Jerome Robbins, (yes...) a gay man.
The fact that Anita can sing a song praising her new home, do a dance that celebrates her heritage, and shit talk her boyfriend, all at the same time, is why she is the absolute queen.
“Life is alright in America”
The tragedy is that Puerto Rico nearly DID sink back into the ocean.... ironically by a hurricane named Maria.
The girls represent the dream and the boys represent the reality
Don't you hate when you are arguing with your girlfriend/boyfriend where is better to live and it all ends in dance competition?
Why aren't politics and pretty much any argument or debate done in epic song and dance numbers? They would be so much more interesting.
"You forget I'm in America...." followed by that look on his face like...DAMN....she got me there...haha.
It's crazy how the lyrics of this song, written in the 1960s, are still relevant today in 2018.
honestly, i thought anita and Bernardo were better than maria and Tony
Rita Moreno. That's it. That's the comment.
George and Rita's chemistry was on FIRE.
‘You forget I’m in America’
low key... the best part of this song....
I never knew swinging a dress could look so aggressive.
the irony that their singing about racism in america while nearly everyone is white wearing motor oil to darken their skin
I'm really obsessed with the costume design for this film. The choreography incorporates those skirts so well!
“Life is a right in America” “If you’re a white in America” It’s still true today.
I want Anita's dress SOOOOOO bad. It's the dress of dreams.
The girls - Sing about the dream