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Jacob Jankowski is a future all mapped out. Destined for a career in veterinary medicine, the only son tragically lost her parents and finds himself with nothing. Of fate, he meets along the way a traveling circus, and embarks on this adventure without asking any question. Jacob, inducted into the circus trainer, succumbs to the charm of the rider Marlene, played by the gorgeous Reese Witherspoon, who is none other than the owner's wife tyrannical August, played by Christoph Waltz, definitely subscribed to the roles of villains. To turn off the race all other circuses, August bought an elephant, Rosie, who turns out to be a bit temperamental. Nobody finds favor in his eyes, except . . Jacob of course. The veterinarian who whispers in the ears of elephants has found the trick to make his elephant the king of the track to the stars. Water for Elephants takes us with delight in the intricacies of the Great Depression in the United States, constantly juggling between magic and tragedy, the backdrop of impossible love story. For fans of the novel, the film must run deep, but for those who want to live just two hours fairy is the ideal remedy. The fresco in the heart of the 1930s is especially sublime light two actors, which are illustrated here in roles against type. V as a veterinarian, not vampire Robert Pattinson with pink cheeks, skin browned by the sun, it was unexpected, and Francis Lawrence has made our dreams by offering promising young actor to a character very different from the cult Edward Cullen, hero of the Twilight. The young man says he was captivated by Tai, the elephant, which is the primary reason he accepted this role. Cornerstone of the film, this pachyderm known show business (she has over sixty films to his credit!) Has also found favor with Reese Witherspoon, divine rider in the Roaring Twenties. Water for Elephants, despite the redundancy of images specific to the structure of an impossible love story, we delve into the world attractive and colorful a circus in the 1930s, replaying the age Hollywood's golden. From Robert Pattinson, Reese Witherspoon and Tai, the chemistry works, to make a public spectacle almost inevitable. . . .