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A bit predictable in all the conflicts and dramas between the kid and the other students and the kid and the choir master.
The premise of the movie was interesting and Marion Cotillard was well cast although I don't think she was as good as everyone seemed to be going on about her at the academy awards. Joachim's portrayal lacked an honest build of the character's obsession and conflict. It was okay.
I watched this mainly for Juliet Stevenson. I'm a big fan of her. The movie is a bit of bait and switch. Called The Letters, there is very little of her personal letter content, instead more references to these letters. I have no doubt that she often found herself in dark places and that she felt herself abandoned. What she saw and lived must have been oppressive, but the movie doesn't show you this, doesn't give you the details of the letters, which considering the title is disappointing at best. Could have been so much more.
I agree ... disco does suck. That said, I'm fairly certain Abba was not considered disco, right? Good movie, quite enjoyable.
A good ending to the series.