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(1991)

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  • A deliciously biting satire about both the world of Grand Opera and United Europe. A Hungarian conductor (Arestrup) attempts to mount a bold new production of Richard Wagner's "Tannhäuser" while navigating the snares and pitfalls of artistic egos, rampant nationalism, internal company and union politics, and precarious funding.

  • The Hungarian conductor Zoltan Szanto is invited to conduct Tannhäuser by Richard Wagner in Paris. Szanto has to face problems with the ego of the artists, strikes and his family since he falls in lover with the diva Karin Anderson.Bu t in the end, his love for Karin and passion for Wagner brings redemption to him.

  • The Hungarian conductor Zoltan Szanto is invited to conduct Tannhäuser by Richard Wagner in Paris. Szanto has to face problems with the ego of the artists, strikes and his family since he falls in lover with the diva Karin Anderson.Bu t in the end, his love for Karin and passion for Wagner bring redemption to him.


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