Mozart's Sister 2011

Mozart's Sister

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Nannerl Mozart, Wolfgang's older sister, was a musical prodigy until her brother's talent overshadowed her own abilities as a composer and harpsichordist.

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Marc Barbé
Léopold Mozart
Delphine Chuillot
Anna-Maria Mozart
David Moreau
Wolfgang Mozart
Dominique Marcas
La mère abbesse
Mona Heftre
Madame Van Eyck
Salomé Stévenin
Isabelle d'Aubusson
Marie Féret
Nannerl Mozart
Clovis Fouin
Le Dauphin
Lisa Féret
Louise de France
Adèle Leprêtre
Victoire de France
René Féret
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Fabienne Camara
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Marie-Jeanne Serrero
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Critic Reviews for Mozart's Sister

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  • Jun 22, 2018
    With sumptuous locations and costumes, the restrained performances present a powerful tale of gender inequality and quiet injustice. "Nannerl, la soeur de Mozart" is well worth watching.
    Christian C Super Reviewer
  • Jul 21, 2013
    Thirteen year old Nannerl Mozart(Marie Feret) and her ten year old brother Wolfgang(David Moreau) are on a tour of the royalty of Europe, giving musical performances along the way. Their father(Marc Barbe) is pleased at Wolfgang's progress but has forbidden his daughter from composing and feels the violin is not a ladylike instrument. The monotony of the journey is broken up when an axel is broken on their carriage, forcing them to stay at a convent while repairs are undertaken. While there Nannerl makes friends with Louise(Lisa Feret), the seventh daughter of King Louis XV, who asks her to bring a letter to her brother, the Dauphin(Clovis Fouin), who she has never met, when Nannerl goes to Versailles. Admittedly, the story of Nannerl Mozart does deserve to be told but not really like this, as in the end "Mozart's Sister" basically only serves as a slow moving and unnecessary reminder of how bad the 18th century was for women. While the lives of women have increased tremendously since then, other things have not improved like long distance family trips and stage parents. And that's not to mention how some people only judge a work of art by the artist's age. By comparison, the highlights of the film, outside of a shot of the Dover cliffs, involve the scenes where Nannerl passes for male.
    Walter M Super Reviewer
  • Jan 23, 2013
    Humanist tale of how an equally gifted child of the Mozart clan is, um, bypassed simply by dint of her sex, and how she struggles against the tide. Pillowy costumer with an elegant, if baroque music score, but the story moves with glacial rapidity.
    Kevin M. W Super Reviewer
  • Sep 25, 2011
    I loved every minute of this romantic portrayal of one history's lesser-known geniuses. The film poses lots of questions about the origin of talent; the will to fight in its defense; and the way your talent is perceived because of your gender. A great performance by capable youth Marie Féret, in the title role.
    Rico Z Super Reviewer

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