Novelist George Sand ('Judy Davis') falls in love with composer Frédéric Chopin (Hugh Grant). She tries to profess her love for him at a weekend hosted by a pretentious, artistically minded duchess for famous musicians, artists, and writers of the day. The gentle and sickly Chopin is wary of the outspoken Sand, but finds himself strangely drawn to her, as well. Written by
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[after Chopin's coughing fit
He has trouble with his lungs. It's the misery of his life.
Well, he should be bled. We have an excellent physician. He's developed a very special variety of leeches - quite painless, and they leave very little mark.
Better yet, send in George to Monsieur Chopin: she leaves no mark at all.
Version of A Song to Remember
Nocturne Op.15, No.1 in F
Music by Frédéric Chopin See more