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This thorough and insightful 2006 documentary presents a more rounded and compelling view of the high-spirited genius.
The film effectively usurps the images left by Milos Forman's artful yet not entirely factually accurate Amadeus.
More rewarding musically than cinematically.
Educational, but not exactly inspiring.
Setting the record straight literally and figuratively, In Search of Mozart is an adamantly linear, myth-busting stride through a prodigiously talented life.
The amount of detail further enhances our understanding of both the genius and the man.
Perhaps the neatest thing about Phil Grabsky's In Search of Mozart is that after watching it for more than two hours your first impulse is to rush to the Internet and download a slew of Mozart recordings.
Invigorating celebration of the great composer's life and music.
wisely keeps us anchored (and fascinated) with the human side of his subject
There's nothing particularly innovative about the film, but it does what a two-hour documentary can.
Dry, repetitive and didactic.
Filmed with affection, taste, warmth and, yes, truth.
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