In a small street in Brussels there is an unusual concentration of pianists: first, the home of Martha Argerich; the other, that of the Time-Lechner, four generations of pianistic wonders. ...
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In a small street in Brussels there is an unusual concentration of pianists: first, the home of Martha Argerich; the other, that of the Time-Lechner, four generations of pianistic wonders. While just fourteen, Natasha Binder is the heir to a dynasty, his last great promise. In the diaries of her mother, who was also a prodigious child in the family videos, pianists in the house next door, Natasha seeks answers to a key question: what is it, in short, be a pianist?
Great film, great piano players. The human vocation and human relations.
The "opera prima" of Mariano Nante is an exceptional film. Original documentary with no less original cast. Incredible performances of Natasha and Karen, especially in moments of intimacy in family sharing or studying a masterpiece. The dialogues are very well structured, better acted and with no script specially prepared! It is narrated like a fiction. Human vocation, human relations, all these subjects are well connected. All performers are the best in their field: Argerich, Binder, Lechner, Tiempo, Kwiek. What a privilege! Music is a true universal language. After this movie, we only expect to see more quality films from director Mariano Nante. Congratulations!! Go ahead!!
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