The film tells the story of a 1731 Stradivarius once owned by Israeli Philharmonic founder Bronislaw Huberman. Stolen in 1936 it was was rediscovered in 1985; American virtuoso Joshua Bell purchased it and plays it during his concerts.
Alice parvient à réunir sur un voilier les deux hommes de sa vie, son père et son amant. Ce qui devait n'être qu'une brève escapade se transforme en une longue balade qui prendra une bien mauvaise tournure.
In present day Montreal, a famous Nicolo Bussotti violin, known as "the red violin," is being auctioned off. During the auction, we flash back to the creation of the violin in 17th century Italy, and follow the violin as it makes its way through an 18th century Austrian monastery, a violinist in 19th century Oxford, China during the Cultural Revolution, and back to Montreal, where a collector tries to establish the identity and the secrets of "the red violin."Written by
Sean Gallagher <email@example.com>
O Richard! O mon Roi!
from "Richard Coeur de Lion"
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Absolutely amazing from start to finish
I originally saw this movie for the sole purpose of seeing a movie about a violin. Being a violinist myself, I must say that the music in this film is what first attracted me. However, as I watched the story unfold before me, I realized that there is so much more to this film. The story is enchanting. It draws the audience into its powerful grip, keeping their attention from the very first second as the sordid life of the Red Violin is slowly revealed. There is immensely remarkable work displayed in this film, and the music is just as enchanting as the story. I think this is a true masterpiece, and should be seen by everyone at least once....
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