An engrossing behind-the-scenes quasi-documentary as 10 hopefuls vie for a spot on the Met's roster.

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Jamie Barton ...
Herself - The 2007 National Council Auditions Grand Finalists, Winner
Kiera Duffy ...
Herself - The 2007 National Council Auditions Grand Finalists
Michael Fabiano ...
Himself - The 2007 National Council Auditions Grand Finalists, Winner
Dísella Lárusdóttir ...
Herself - The 2007 National Council Auditions Grand Finalists
Ryan McKinny ...
Himself -The 2007 National Council Auditions Grand Finalists
Angela Meade ...
Herself - The 2007 National Council Auditions Grand Finalists, Winner
Nicholas Pallesen ...
Himself - The 2007 National Council Auditions Grand Finalists
Matthew Plenk ...
Himself - The 2007 National Council Auditions Grand Finalists
Alek Shrader ...
Himself - The 2007 National Council Auditions Grand Finalists, Winner
Ryan Smith ...
Himself - The 2007 National Council Auditions Grand Finalists, Winner
Amber L. Wagner ...
Herself - The 2007 National Council Auditions Grand Finalists, Winner
Metropolitan Opera Orchestra ...
Themselves - Orchestra
Marco Armiliato ...
Himself - Conducted by
Jay David Saks ...
Music Producer
Lindsay Ammann ...
Herself - Semi-Finalists
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An engrossing behind-the-scenes quasi-documentary as 10 hopefuls vie for a spot on the Met's roster.

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2009 (Japan)  »

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Torna ai felici di
from "Le Villi"
Music by Giacomo Puccini
Libretto by Ferdinando Fontana
Courtesy of Universal Music - Careers of behalf of Universal Music Publ. Ricordi S.R.L.
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A stirring documentary that deserves a better title
1 July 2017 | by See all my reviews

If you would like to bury your film (documentary or otherwise) in the heap of film that pours out into world inhabited by viewers, you can do this: name your film 'The Audition.'

People love actors, they love acting, they love film, they love music, they love the 'audition' of meeting other people, they love empathizing with someone who interviews for a job - they love auditions.

Name your film 'The Audition' and no one will EVER find it.

It is too bad that the decision was made to make this film one of many with that name because it will float to the top only for those who are fishing for this particular audition film.

I nearly gave up looking. I enjoyed the music, I enjoyed the film, and quite accidentally discovered it while looking for something else on amazon. I'm glad I watched it but I think it takes a tremendous effort to distinguish this from among the many many MANY with the same name.


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