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Anton Schindler (Character)
from Immortal Beloved (1994)

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Immortal Beloved -- Gary Oldman stars in this tale of a man of genius, a woman of passion and the mystery of a lifetime. The untold story of Ludwig van Beethoven.
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Alternate Names:
Anton Felix Schindler / Schindler

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  1. "Beethoven"
        - Faith & Fury (2005) TV episode, Played by Tom Goodman-Hill

  2. Immortal Beloved (1994) Played by Jeroen Krabbé (as Anton Felix Schindler)

  3. Beethoven's Nephew (1985) Played by Ulrich Berr (as Schindler)
    ... aka "Le neveu de Beethoven" - France (original title)

  4. Franz Schubert (1953) Played by Fred Hennings (as Schindler)

  5. The Life and Loves of Beethoven (1936) Played by Gaston Dubosc
    ... aka "Un grand amour de Beethoven" - France (original title)
    ... aka "Beethoven's Great Love" - International (English title)

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Quotes:
From Immortal Beloved (1994)
Ludwig van Beethoven: [in reference to "Violin Sonata in A Major, Op. 47" - "Kreutzer"... ] Do you like it?
Anton Felix Schindler: Shh!
Ludwig van Beethoven: I cannot hear them, but I know they are making a hash of it. What do you think? Music is... a dreadful thing. What is it? I don't understand it. What does it mean?
Anton Felix Schindler: It - it exalts the soul.
Ludwig van Beethoven: Utter nonsense. If you hear a marching band, is your soul exalted? No, you march. If you hear a waltz, you dance. If you hear a mass, you take communion. It is the power of music to carry one directly into the mental state of the composer. The listener has no choice. It is like hypnotism. So, now...
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