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The Red Violin (Le Violon Rouge) (1998)

The Red Violin
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7.7 IMDB rating
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Carlo Cecchi Carlo Cecchi
Nicolo Bussotti
Irene Grazioli Irene Grazioli
Anna Bussotti
Anita Laurenzi Anita Laurenzi
Cesca (Cremona)
Tommaso Puntelli Tommaso Puntelli
Apprentice (Cremona)
Samuele Amighetti Samuele Amighetti
Boy (Cremona)
Jean-Luc Bideau Jean-Luc Bideau
Georges Poussin
Aldo Brugnini Aldo Brugnini
Assistant (Cremona)
Christoph Koncz Christoph Koncz
Kaspar Weiss


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Don McKellar Don McKellar
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François Girard François Girard
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8 years, 3 months ago at Sep 11 7:05

This film has a story hook that follows along the lines of one of those "follow the history" of a dollar/coin/ object that is continuingly passed from one person to another, each involving it's own unique plotline, & each centered upon the object of focus in some angulated manner. It's a technique that I've always had a liking for, & probably b'cuz , I've been lucky enough in that almost ... read more

A good movie

6 years, 8 months ago at Apr 19 11:05
To be honest, it is quite an obscure feature but since it has some really good ratings on Imdb (7.8), I was really intrigued and I really wanted to check it out. Eventually, I thought it was a very peculiar movie but in a really good way. Indeed, for once, the main character was not a man, a woman or even a child but, in fact, an object, a red violin. I'm not even sure if you can call it a charact... read more
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Release date: 11 June 1999
UPC: 025192067624
Tags: 1998 (7), Music (5), Violin (4), Drama (4), French (3), China (3), Chinese (2), 1990s (2), Instrument (2), Epic (2), Canada (1), Justice (1), Taxi (1), Own (1), Orphan (1), Cab (1), Sort (1), 1680s-1990s (1), Expert (1), Spiritual Cinema (1)
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"First viewing - Sept. 9th My friend loaned me this movie because it was his belief I needed to see it. To be fair, if he hadn't loaned it to me it still wouldn't be on my radar, and since I found it worth watching overall it's a good thing he did. The Red Violin is not really in my wheelhouse, but it's certainly an interesting story and well realized. There's a mystery that runs through the film, and while the journey to get to its reveal is often entertaining I figured it out early on which di"


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