Beautiful, interesting, incredible cinema.
A perfect red-colored violin inspires passion, making its way through three centuries over several owners and countries, eventually ending up at an auction where it may find a new owner.
2000 | Winner: Best Music, Original Score
It felt way too safe and Samuel L. Jackson was really miscast. Some parts were interesting and some were boring. An interesting idea that isn't executed poorly, but more executed lazily.
I love the idea of music's journey and its effect on people (good and bad). The score and Joshua Bell's solo violin work is the main reason to watch it.
As cheap as the recipe is, the taste continues to hold my interest after several viewings since childhood
A couple of great floating shots. But...
great musical journey.
An intriguing, beguiling film. Definitely need to re-watch.
This is a magnum-opus of visual and musical collage by Francois Girard.