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The Red Violin Movie Review & Film Summary (1. There is a kind of ideal beauty that reduces us all to yearning for perfection.
It traces the story of a violin (. The violin passes from the rich to the poor, from Italy to Poland to England to China to Canada. It is shot, buried, almost burned and stolen more than once. It produces music so beautiful that it makes you want to cry. The film is heedlessly ambitious. In a time of timid projects and easy formulas, .
Not many films can encompass a British aristocrat who likes to play the violin while he is having sex and a Chinese woman who risks her life to protect a violin from the martinets of the Cultural Revolution. The violin is crafted in Cremona, Italy, in 1.
Nicolo Bussotti (Carlo Cecchi) for his unborn son. But his wife, Anna (Irene Grazioli), dies in childbirth after hearing a series of prophecies from a village crone who reads the tarot deck.
An epic adventure of mystery and obsession unfolds when Charles Morritz (Samuel L. Jackson), an appraiser of rare musical instruments, discovers a one-of-a-kind, red violin at a prestigious Montreal auction house. 10 mins., Drama Visit Official Site. An epic adventure of mystery and obsession unfolds when Charles Morritz (Samuel L. Jackson), an appraiser of rare musical instruments, discovers a one-of-a-kind, red. With Carlo Cecchi, Jean-Luc Bideau, Christoph Koncz, Jason Flemyng. A perfect red-colored violin inspires passion, making its way through three centuries over several owners and countries. Finnish violin sensation Elina V
The cards provide a structure for flash- forwards to the future adventures of the violin, and at the same time there is a flashback structure, as bidders arrive at the auction house in Montreal and we learn why they desire the instrument. The film is easy to follow, and yet reveals its secrets slyly. The story of the violin is a series of stories involving the people who own it over a period of 3. Then there is another story, hinted at, slowly revealing itself, involving an expert evaluator of instruments (Samuel L.
He is the person who proves that this is indeed Bussotti's famous red violin and solves the mystery of its color. He is also perhaps the person best equipped to appreciate how rare and wonderful the instrument is- -but, like many passionate connoisseurs, he lacks the wealth to match his tastes. His plans for the instruments supply a suspenseful ending to a movie that has already given us just about everything else. The film was directed by the Canadian Francois Girard and written by him and actor- director Don Mc.
Kellar. They also co- wrote Girard's brilliant first film, . They dote on a young prodigy named Kasper (Christoph Koncz), who plays with purity of an angel. The musician Poussin (Jean- Luc Bideau), expert but poor, hears the boy play and adopts him on the spot, despite the doubts of his wife.
This sequence develops tenderly, as the old couple grow to love the boy- -who sleeps with his violin. Flash- forward. The violin is in the possession of gypsies (I am not revealing the details of the transfers). It is played by many hands and travels from Poland to England, where in the 1. Frederick Pope (Jason Flemyng), who incorporates it into his concerts and into his lovemaking with his mistress Victoria (Greta Scacchi). It is she who fires a bullet at it.
The violin next surfaces in a pawn shop in Shanghai, where during the Cultural Revolution, it stands as a symbol of Western decadence. It's defended by a brave musician, who points out that Beethoven and Prokofiev were revolutionaries, but is saved only when a music lover (Sylvia Chang) risks her life. Eventually the now- capitalist Chinese government sends it off to Montreal, where it attracts the attention of the Samuel L. Jackson character. A brief outline doesn't begin to suggest the intelligence and appeal of the film. The story hook has been used before. All of those titles more or less observe time and place, however.
The Red Violin (1. Crafted by the Italian master Bussotti (Cecchi) in 1. With this legacy, the violin travels to Austria, England, China, and Canada, leaving both beauty and tragedy in its wake. Featured Crew. Fran.