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"Mozart's Sister" @Ken Cinema

René Féret's vivacious costume drama about Mozart's talented older sister Nannerl (played by the director's 15-year-old daughter, Marie Féret) is a vivid depiction of pre-Revolutionary France. Accomplished singer, harpsichordist and violinist Nannerl is Wolfgang's (David Moreau) elder by five years. Originally held up as the family's child prodigy, she has now been forced to accompany the star of the family, her younger brother, in keeping with the social conventions of the time that the violin is a man's realm and composing (Nannerl's passionate ambition) is beyond a woman's feeble brain. At court Nannerl meets the Dauphin (Clovis Fouin), music-loving heir to the throne, who commissions her to compose a work for him. She is caught up in a swirl of creativity and rewarded when, at her concert for the Dauphin (for which she is forced to dress as a man), Nannerl enjoys her moment as a composer appreciated by all. Beautifully photographed (the filmmakers were allowed to shoot in Versailles), with stunning set and costume designs, the film is sweetened by original music by Marie-Jeanne Serrero. Co-starring Lisa Féret and Marc Barbé. (Fully subtitled)  


September 13th, Tuesday 
Movie: "Mozart's Sister"  
Meetup Time: 5:45pm  
Showtime: 6:00pm  
Landmark's Ken Cinema  
4061 Adams Avenue  
San Diego, CA 92116  
Tickets: $10   
Host: Eric aka Eric31  
(619)[masked] (Moble)  

Web Links:  
Mozart's Sister - Official Site
Mozart's Sister - Landmark Theatres Info.
Roger Ebert's Review


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  • MaryBeth

    I enjoyed this movie very much. Wish I could have been part of the discussion afterward.

    September 20, 2011

  • A former member
    A former member

    Period pieces are a favorite, plus they got permission to film some of it in Versailles. Most acting was great, except the lead. I didn't particularly like the acting in the role of Mozart's sister and also Louise, her royal friend, who seems to be her real life sister.

    September 14, 2011

  • A former member
    A former member

    this was my second time around,the movie was great,members were friendly and fun! i will keep coming back !

    September 13, 2011

  • Eric31

    Sorry David.The first email I sent incorrectly stated the wrong movie. We are seeing "Mozart's Sister" and all the information on the page currently is correct.

    September 11, 2011

  • David

    Why does the link say "The Tree" and then we end up here at Mozart? I heard The Tree was a really good movie.

    September 10, 2011

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