A humorous ode to the world of classical music and some of its star musicians.


Aleksey Igudesman


Aleksey Igudesman (concept), Sebastian Leitner (concept)
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Credited cast:
Boris Andrianov Boris Andrianov
Nicola Benedetti Nicola Benedetti
Boris Brovtsyn Boris Brovtsyn
Harvey De Souza Harvey De Souza
Leonard Elschenbroich Leonard Elschenbroich
Itamar Golan Itamar Golan ... Self
Sabina Hasanova Sabina Hasanova
Aleksey Igudesman Aleksey Igudesman ... Self
Hyung-Ki Joo Hyung-Ki Joo ... Self
Boris Kuschnir Boris Kuschnir ... Self
Lily Maisky Lily Maisky
Mischa Maisky Mischa Maisky ... Self
John Malkovich ... Self
Ryan McAdams Ryan McAdams
Fumiaki Miura Fumiaki Miura


NOSELAND is a humorous ode to the world of classical music and some of its star musicians. It features the world famous violinist Julian Rachlin and many other great classical musicians, alongside John Malkovich and Sir Roger Moore. Although it is a feature length documentary, it crosses genres into fiction and comedy. As a mockumentary it shows classical musicians like never before: private, crazy and authentic. Written by Aleksey Igudesman, Sebastian Leitner

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A humorous ode to the world of classical music and some of its star musicians.


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"Noseland" started off as a no-budget 4-people production (director, sound, camera, assistant), only accommodation, flights and money for renting equipment was provided. After the shooting, the core team worked for over 1 year in the editing room without money. It was then when a good friend and supporter became the executive producer to help finish the movie and bring it to festivals. See more »

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An entertaining glimpse into the classical music world. enjoyed it.
11 April 2015 | by arcticwarfare187See all my reviews

To be honest I'm not a big fan of classical music nor Mokumentries. However, it took me the trailer to pretty much set me up for an entertaining hour and twenty minutes.

The movies introduces you with the key figures of a concert revolving classical music, it makes fun at pretty much everything it can on the classical music scene, including the movie director (even a little too much). It has a few old A-listers such as John Malkovich and Roger Moore, who play themselves, which is quite nice to see them being honest and playing a little when they have a chance.

Moreover, the movie offers you some actually deep "no BS" insight about life and death and music, nothing too fancy, just some insight people at that world got which is quite humble and i really liked it since it inspires me in my life in turn.

Regarding the technical aspects movie wise, it's edited wonderfully and professionally. The shots are composed very well and are very crisp. the soundtrack and sound are top notch as expected from a movie made by a musician about musicians. in total it's polished pretty well and gives a professional feel even though it probably didn't have millions of dollars behind it.

In total, if you're reading this review, pick up the movie for a few bucks in Vimeo on demand or another places and watch it, alone or with friends , partner or family. it's a fun, different, funny and definitely worth your time.

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Release Date:

8 May 2014 (Austria) See more »

Also Known As:

The Festival See more »

Filming Locations:

Dubrovnik, Croatia


Box Office


EUR100,000 (estimated)
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Production Co:

SLfilm.at See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital (5.1 surround)| Stereo | Dolby



Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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