Middle-aged Antonin and his friends, the major, now retired, and the canon, are in the river, swimming and philosophizing. Then it starts to rain. It just seems to be that sort of summer. ... See full summary »
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Surprises with how much the director fit in it. If we compare it with "Amadeus", we do see several big differences: Amadeus is longer and only focuses on Mozart's adult life, while "Wolfgang" is half that length and tells us much more about His childhood too. Maybe it will be a bit hardly understandable for someone who doesn't know Mozart and the persons around Him, but I definitely do recommend seeing it to everybody, for it is indeed unforgettable. Alexander Lutz is also a very well chosen actor-not only is he much alike to His character, he also plays well, just as everyone else after all... It is a bit like a fairy-tale, with all those princesses and anecdotes in it...
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