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25 Ratings

Mozart in Love

Directed by Mark Rappaport
United States, 1975
Avant-Garde, Comedy, Biography


An irreverent take on Mozart’s relations with the three Weber sisters: Louisa, whom he loved, but who didn’t love him; Constanza, whom he loved and married; and Sophie, who loved him but whom he didn’t love.

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Mozart in Love Directed by Mark Rappaport

Critics reviews

The writing here – and the speaking of lines by actors – has a unique quality. As always in Rappaport’s work, whatever the medium, the voice is both singular (no one but him could have scripted it), and a cultural patchwork: his characters express themselves in a confessional stream of consciousness that evokes, all at once, classic Hollywood clichés, the self-help jive of therapy television, and the thousand and one, convoluted justifications that arise from an intellectual, cultivated milieu.
January 24, 2014
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