For me, watching Amadeus was a very emotionally fulfilling experience. It’s a two part Film, with the first half funny and drawn out, with every detail articulated wonderfully. The second half is darker, and things become hectic and start blending together. It turns into somewhat of a depressing Film, in a good way. The young Mozart, played by Tom Hulce, is a witty and charming young Man, and gives the Film its brilliant sense of humor. The acting was absolutely fantastic from every single member of the Cast, but it takes a special talent to be able to act without sound, a talent that Hulce and Abraham definitely have. For a while, I was stressed because I felt like I should know what they were saying in the movie (I unknowingly watched the soundtrack only version), but I relaxed and realized it wasn’t about the words, and what they were saying would eventually be played out. The Film is about a Man and his Music- incredible Music. It’s obvious that it took a lot of dedication to make the Film, and the passion shines through every second of Film.