Rhapsody

1954, Romance, 1h 55m

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Louise Durant (Elizabeth Taylor), a beautiful heiress living in France, travels to Zurich to be with her boyfriend, Paul Bronte (Vittorio Gassman), a talented young violinist who is finishing his final year at a music conservatory. But when she arrives, she finds Paul is too focused on his career to be in a serious relationship, and is courted by James Guest (John Ericson), an American pianist. Torn between the two men, Louise is forced to make a difficult decision.

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