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A drama exploring the romantic past and emotional present of Ann Grant and her daughters, Constance and Nina. As Ann lays dying, she remembers, and is moved to convey to her daughters, the defining moments in her life 50 years prior, when she was a young woman. Harris is the man Ann loves in the 1950s and never forgets.
The true story of a young teacher who fights against the board of education in her bid to teach underprivileged kids in a Harlem school the beauty of music through the violin. In her struggle she loses everything as the system comes down on her with all their might but her determination for the kids happiness helps her to battle back with wonderfully inspirational results. Written by
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[entering Dorothea's house after a stressful rehearsal for a huge concert]
Oh, I can't believe I *ever* agreed to do this! You should hear the Bach double. Ha-ha-ha! It's a *complete* disaster!
Dorothea von Haeften:
Good morning. Well, the good news is the tickets are selling like hotcakes. The bad news is, the kids sound like shit...
Dorothea von Haeften:
There's more bad news. We've lost the Y.
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I saw this movie last Monday in a sneak preview. Although i was somewhat surprised by the combination of the director (Wes Craven) and the cast (Streep, Estefan, Basset), i liked the beginning of it. But at the time the two boys helped 'mum' through her audition, the one after the other film-cliche got launched(which caused hilarious scenes in the theater i was in). Woman loses husband, woman meets another man (okay it didn't quite work out for her...). A little sideline: Mother of a little afro-american kid doesn't trust her boy's white teacher but changes her mind. Boys start worrying, mother holds her head up high and succeeds. It was mainly the way the story was told, that bothered me. The acting was overall good, but the actors were caught in a very limited screenplay.
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