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It is the best film ever made.
Great movie. Soundtrack is just as good.
Excellent performances by all concerned. I loved the movie then and I love it now!
Wonderful perfomances making it very difficult not to be moved by David Helfgott's story.
1001 movies to see before you die.
Decent bit of entertainment. There are some problems. The dad is irredeemably useless. They didn't do a good job of showing what happened to David. Suddenly he was getting electro-shock treatment and I'm not sure why. But I'm always a sucker for music stuff so I appreciated how that kept shining through. 6.3 out of 10
I felt the first half is plagued by cliches, contrived dialogue, and terribly unconvincing performances. Of course Geoffrey Rush saves this film. A better second half almost makes up for a fairly dull first half.
Geoffrey Rush is exceptional
Feel good movie, great performance by scenery chewing Geoffrey Rush. Not very subtle, but worth seeing if you're fresh out of valium.
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Classic Australian film.
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