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Cast (feature film)

Theory of Flight, The (1998)
The story follows the friendship that develops between Jane, a young wheelchair-bound woman suffering from Motor Neurone Disease and Richard, a struggling artist who is hired to take care of her. As Jane longs to regain control over her failing body and life, Richard struggles to rebuild from the fa

Music (feature film)

Beast (2018)
Moll is 27 and still living at home, stifled by the small island community around her and too beholden to her family to break away. When she meets Pascal, a free-spirited stranger, a whole new world opens up to her and she begins to feel alive for the first time, falling madly in love. Finally break
Dinner, The (2017)
Trust, The (2016)
Florence Foster Jenkins (2016)
The true story of Florence Foster Jenkins, the legendary New York heiress and socialite who obsessively pursued her dream of becoming a great opera singer. The voice she heard in her head was beautiful, but to everyone else it was hilariously awful. Her "husband" and manager, St Clair Bayfield, an a
Bad Santa 2 (2016)
Captain Fantastic (2016)
Ben Cash, his wife Leslie and their six children live deep in the wilderness of Washington state. Isolated from society, Ben and Leslie devote their existence to raising their kids - educating them to think critically, training them to be physically fit and athletic, guiding them in the wild without
By the Sea (2015)
Fifty Shades of Grey (2015)
When innocent college student Anastasia Steele interviews the young, brilliant and beautiful entrepreneur Christian Grey, she is surprised to discover that she desires him deeply. And as for Christian, he finds himself intrigued by, and unable to resist, the extremely attractive and independent Ana,
Laggies (2014)
Purge: Anarchy, The (2014)
One night a year, all crime - including murder - is legal for 12 hours. Leo is a sergeant who has suffered the loss of his son prior to tonight. Arming himself with enough guns and body armor to make it until dawn, he is a man possessed.and one clearly going out on a vigilante mission of vengeance a
Cut Bank (2014)
Dwayne McLaren dreams about escaping small town life in Cut Bank, Montana, "the coldest spot in the nation," with his vivacious girlfriend Cassandra. When Dwayne witnesses an awful crime, he tries to leverage a bad situation into a scheme to get rich quickly but he finds that fate and an unruly acco
Jobs (2013)
Chronicle (2012)
Teenagers Andrew, Matt and Steve have stumbled upon something beyond their - or anyone's - understanding. Their discovery leads them to acquire powerful telekinetic abilities; in graphic novel parlance, they have superpowers. They're now capable of, well, almost anything. They can move objects jus
Prometheus (2012)
Guided by ancient pictograms, the crew of the spaceship Prometheus travel to a distant planet on a mission to discover the origins of life on Earth.
Hitchcock (2012)
The true-story behind the difficult production of the famed Alfred Hitchcock classic, which brings insight to Hitchcock's fascination with the real-life serial killer who served as the inspiration for Norman Bates.
Margin Call (2011)
Set in the high-stakes world of the financial industry involving the key players at an investment firm during one perilous 24-hour period in the early stages of the 2008 financial crisis. When an entry-level analyst unlocks information that could prove to be the downfall of the firm, a roller-coaste
Atlas Shrugged Part 1 (2011)
With American society in decay, railroad magnate Dagny Taggart begins to notice the mysterious disappearance of the world's leading artists, businessmen and thinkers. While struggling to keep her business afloat despite an economic crisis marked by collectivism and groupthink, Dagny soon discovers
127 Hours (2010)
Aron Ralston sets off on a solitary rock climbing expedition without telling anyone about his trip. So when he falls into a deep crevice in the rocks and his arm is pinned by a boulder, he is in a desperate state. Truly on his own, and with limited food and resources, Aron has to find a way to free
Karate Kid, The (2010)
Twelve-year-old Dre Parker could've been the most popular kid in Detroit, but his mother's latest career move has landed him in China. Dre immediately falls for his classmate Mei Ying--and the feeling is mutual--but cultural differences make such a friendship impossible. Even worse, Dre's feelings m
Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li (2009)
Warriors converge on the streets of Bangkok, preparing for the ultimate battle of terror versus beauty, light versus darkness and good versus evil.
Wink and A Smile, A (2009)
Ten women set out to learn the art of burlesque dancing and striptease at Seattle's Academy of Burlesque. They have just six weeks to peel and reveal their hidden talents with little more than a tassel and a twirl. Seasoned burlesque divas strut on stage in their own performances to illustrate the c
Burn After Reading (2008)
At the headquarters of the Central Intelligence Agency in Arlington, Va., analyst Osbourne Cox arrives for a top-secret meeting. Unfortunately for Cox, the secret is soon out: he is being ousted. Cox does not take the news particularly well and returns to his Georgetown home to work on his memoirs and his drinking, not necessarily in that order. His wife Katie is dismayed, though not particularly surprised; she is already well into an illicit affair with Harry Pfarrer, a married federal marshal, and sets about making plans to leave Cox for Harry. Elsewhere in the Washington D.C. suburbs, and seemingly worlds apart, Hardbodies Fitness Centers employee Linda Litzke can barely concentrate on her work. She is consumed with her life plan for extensive cosmetic surgery, and confides her mission to can-do colleague Chad Feldheimer. Linda is all but oblivious to the fact that the gym''s manager Ted Treffon pines for her even as she arranges dates via the Internet with other men. When a computer disc containing material for the CIA analyst''s memoirs accidentally falls into the hands of Linda and Chad, the duo are intent on exploiting their find. As Ted frets, "No good can come of this," events spiral out of everyone''s and anyone''s control, in a cascading series of encounters.
House Bunny, The (2008)
Shelley Darlington, a Playboy Bunny, is living a carefree life until a rival gets her tossed out of the Playboy Mansion. With nowhere to go, fate delivers her to the sorority girls from Zeta Alpha Zeta. Unless they can sign a new pledge class, the seven socially clueless women will lose their house to the scheming girls of Phi Iota Mu. In order to accomplish their goal, they need Shelley to teach them the ways of makeup and men; at the same time, Shelley needs some of what the Zetas have--a sense of individuality. The combination leads all the girls to learn how to stop pretending and start being themselves.
Curious Case of Benjamin Button, The (2008)
Benjamin Button is a man who is born in his eighties and ages backwards: a man, like any of us, who is unable to stop time. From New Orleans at the end of World War I in 1918, into the 21st century, on a journey as unusual as any man's life can be, this is the grand tale of a not so ordinary man an
George A. Romero's Diary of the Dead (2008)
Jason Creed and a small crew of college filmmakers are in the Pennsylvania woods making a no-budget horror film when they hear the terrifying news that the dead have started returning to life. Led by Jason's girlfriend, Debra, the frightened young filmmakers set off in a friend's old Winnebago to tr
Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story (2007)
America loves Dewey Cox! But behind the music is the up-and-down-and-up-again story of a musician whose songs would change a nation. On his rock 'n roll spiral, Cox sleeps with 411 women, marries three times, has 22 kids and 14 stepkids, stars in his own '70s TV show, collects friends ranging from E
Education of Charlie Banks, The (2007)
A coming-of-age tale that spans from the playgrounds of lower Manhattan to the idyllic greens of Vassar College. It is a story about change, inevitability and about facing one's fears.
Prestige, The (2006)
It all begins in rapidly changing, turn-of-the-century London. At a time when magicians are idols and celebrities of the highest order, two young magicians set out to carve their own paths to fame. The flashy, sophisticated Robert Angier is a consummate entertainer, while the rough-edged purist Alfr
Punisher, The (2004) as Music ("Nocturne (Opus 32, No 1)")
Frank Castle ia a man who has seen too much death in his life, first as a Delta Force Op and later as an FBI special agent. He has managed to beat considerable odds, and is finally moving out of the field and into a normal life with him wife, Maria, and young son, Will. However, on his final assignm
Suspect Zero (2004) as Music ("Nocturne Opus 55, No 1 In F Minor")
When Dallas FBI Agent Thomas Mackelway violates serial killer Raymond Starkey's civil rights during an unorthodox arrest, Starkey goes free and Mackelway is demoted to a remote branch of the agency in Albuquerque. His first day on the job, Mackelway investigates the murder of a traveling salesman Harold Speck, which turns out to be the first of three seemingly random killings. Or perhaps they are not random at all; the last to die is Mackelway's nemesis, Raymond Starkey. The assignment consumes him. His past mistakes haunt him. His head throbs constantly as he tries to find the link between the victims that will lead him to their killer. The case becomes increasingly gruesome and patently personal. This does not go unnoticed by his unflappable partner Fran Kulok, who knows of Mackelway's past and the demons that afflict him. Like Mackelway, she becomes drawn into the labyrinth of chilling clues, all of which point to the enigmatic Benjamin O'Ryan. O'Ryan clearly has a connection to the murders, a connection he flaunts; quite possibly, he may also harbor a sinister link to Mackelway.
Bad Santa (2003) as Music ("Nocturne No 2 In E-Flat Minor, Op 9 No 2")
Willie T. Stokes is a washed-up, wise-cracking Department Store Santa who can't help but be more naughty than nice. Underneath his ill-fitting red suit, Willie is actually a safecracker who makes one big score every year--on Christmas Eve. As shoppers head home from the mall, this Santa and his inge
Paycheck (2003)
Brilliant computer engineer Michael Jennings routinely has his short term memory erased, so he can't divulge any information about the top secret projects he works on throughout the year. For his most recent gig, he expects to receive over four billion dollars. Upon completion of the job, however, Jennings is given a filled envelope--not with a check for his billions, but containing random objects. It is communicated to him that he had agreed to forfeit his payment for this specific project. With his memory erased, the meticulous engineer attempts to use the objects in the envelope to figure out what happened to him in his now obscured past. Soon, federal agents are after Jennings and he teams up with his old flame, Rachel, who helps him uncover the mystery of his past--and the question behind why the people whom he once worked for, now want him dead.
Tadpole (2002)
Beautiful, sophisticated women are all over Oscar Grubman. He is sensitive and compassionate, speaks French fluently, is passionate about Voltaire, and thinks the feature that tells the most about a woman is her hands. On the train home from Chauncey Academy for the Thanksgiving weekend, Oscar confi
Pianist, The (2002) as Music ("Ballad No. 1 In G Minor, Op. 23"); Music ("Nocturne In C# Minor - Posthumous Grande Polonaise Brillante, Op. 22 - Allegro Molto")
An adaptation based on the autobiography of the acclaimed Polish composer, Wladyslaw Szpilman, who detailed his survival during World War II, and narrowly escaped a roundup that sent his family to a death camp. A composer and pianist, Szpilman played the last live music heard over Polish radio airwa
Chopin: The Need For Love (2002) as Music
The life and times of composer Frederic Chopin.
XXX (2002) as Music ("Prelude In D-Flat Major ('Raindrop') Op. 28, No. 15")
Xander "XXX" Cage is a notorious underground thrill seeker who, until now, has been deemed untouchable by the law. NSA Agent Gibbons forces XXX to cooperate with the government to infiltrate an underground Russian crime ring to avoid going to prison. Betting XXX can succeed where other conventiona
City by the Sea (2002) as Music ("Rainbow Prelude")
New York City homicide detective Vincent LaMarca has forged a long and distinguished career in law enforcement, making a name for himself as a man intensely committed to his work. But on his latest case, the stakes are higher for Vincent - the suspect he's investigating is his own son, J y. Vincent
I'm Going Home (2001)
The routine of a doctor is shaken when he discovers his family has died in a car wreck.
En Foralskelse (2001) as Music
When school principal Simon moves with his wife to a small town to work, he meets married Ingrid and the two fall in love. The discovery of their affair triggers a series of troubles which force them to separate.
Waking Life (2001) as Music ("Nocturne In E-Flat Opus 9 No 2")
A boy has a dream that he can float, but unless he holds on, he will drift away into the sky. Even when he is grown up, this idea recurs. After a strange accident, he walks through what may be a dream, flowing in and out of scenarios and encountering various characters. People he meets discuss scien
The Others (2001) as Music ("Vals Opus 69 No 1 (Op Posth.)")
The mother of two children comes to suspect her remote country estate is haunted.
Under the Sand (2001) as Music ("Prelude Opus 28 En Si Mineur-Lento Assai" "Prelude Opus 28 En Si Majeur-Vivace")
A woman's husband disappears when he goes for a swim at their seaside vacation home.
Possible Worlds (2000) as Music ("Nocturne In C Minor Op 48 No I")
George Barber is, if nothing else, dead - of gruesome, unnatural causes. While police detective Berkley and his assistant Williams set out to unravel the mystery, we glimpse various permutations of George's lives and relationships with Joyce. As George puts it, "Each of us exists in an infinite numb
Contender, The (2000) as Music ("Polonaise Op 26 No 1")
U.S. Senator Laine Hanson''s nomination for Vice President is jeopardized when a sex scandal from her past is revealed. In particular, she is opposed by the Speaker of the House, who will stop at nothing to discredit her. Her confirmation hearings set off a firestorm of controversy as shocking secrets from her past emerge and threaten her personal life as well as her political future. Hanson has what it takes to be a heartbeat away from the presidency. Now she must prove she has the stomach for what it takes to get the job.
Merci Pour le Chocolat (2000) as Additional Music
A mystery set in the environs of Lausanne concerning several plots which wind their way through the elegant homesteads of a couple of well-heeled French-Swiss denizens. Mika is the couture-attired, oh-so-perfect head of Muller Chocolates--a company that manufactures Swiss chocolates. Andre is her su
10 Things I Hate About You (1999) as Music ("Rondo Vivace Piano Concerto No 1")
Bianca Stratford is pretty and popular, but her strict family won''t allow her to date until her older sister does: the problem is that sister Kat is an outsider who tries to alienate any guy who might be interested in her. So Bianca''s would-be boyfriend bribes fellow outsider Patrick to ask out Kat, thinking that this sullen young man with a mysterious past might tempt Kat to rise to the challenge.
Brokedown Palace (1999) as Music ("Waltz #7 Opus 64 #2)
Under the magical and golden Thailand sun, Alice and Darlene meet a seductive and handsome Australian, Nick Parks. Both girls are smitten with Nick, who eventually asks Darlene to spend the night with him--much to the surprise of the outgoing Alice. When Nick proposes a quick side trip to Hong Kong,
Loss of Sexual Innocence, The (1999) as Music ("Nocturne In E Flat Major Opus 9 No 2)" "Nocturne In D Flat Major Opus 27 No 2")
Interconnected stories unfold to reveal episodes in the life of a documentary filmmaker--all interwoven, they are paralleled with a contemporary allegory of the classic story of Adam and Eve's 'fall from grace' in the Garden of Eden. Told in a non-linear structure, the stories follow Nic from his yo
Truman Show, The (1998) as Music ("2nd Movement 'Romance/Larghetto (From Piano Concerto No 1 In E Major--Opus Ii)")
The film that made critics sit up and take notice of Jim Carrey''s dramatic chops, the legendary funnyman is Truman Burbank in "The Truman Show," director Peter Weir''s satirical look at a man raised from infancy to adulthood in front of television cameras. Unbeknownst to him, Carrey lives in a bubble where actors have played his family and cameras have followed his every move since the day he was born. When the seams in this make-believe world begin to split and he realizes his whole life is a lie, it leads to a breakdown - and a famous breakout. The 1998 film - Oscar-nominated for Best Screenplay, Director and Supporting Actor -co-stars Laura Linney and Ed Harris. .
Theory of Flight, The (1998) as Music
The story follows the friendship that develops between Jane, a young wheelchair-bound woman suffering from Motor Neurone Disease and Richard, a struggling artist who is hired to take care of her. As Jane longs to regain control over her failing body and life, Richard struggles to rebuild from the fa
Besieged (1998) as Music ("Waltz In E Major")
Shandurai is an African woman who has come to Europe, and is now the housekeeper for shy Englishman Jason Kinsky. The two of them live in his palatial villa outside of Rome, he composing music on his piano, she studying medicine in her spare time. Jason falls in love with Shandurai, but she rejects
Sitcom (1998) as Music ("Prelude En La Mineur")
Jean is the patriarch of a suburban French family, complete with wife in therapy, law student son and television-loving daughter. When he brings home a rat, the family undergoes huge upheavals. Sophie throws herself out of a window, is confined to a wheelchair and thus finds her sex life transformed
Paradise Road (1997) as Music ("Funeral March (From 'Second Piano Sonata')")
Set in World War II Singapore, European women imprisoned by the Japanese seek solace from the horror of their imprisonment by forming a vocal orchestra.
Still Breathing (1997) as Music ("Berceuse Op 57 In D-Flat")
An Austin, Texas street performer falls in love with a woman who, unbeknownst to him, happens to be a con artist.
Peacemaker, The (1997) as Music ("Nocturne In F Minor" "Nocturne In C Minor")
Greedy Russian military officers crash two trains into each other with the warheads aboard one causing a nuclear blast. The accident is a cover for the theft of some of the weapons for sale to terrorists and rogue governments. In the U.S., intelligence officer Lt. Col. Tom Devoe, isn''t fooled. Neither is Dr. Julia Kelly, the acting head of a White House task force on nuclear smuggling. Devoe and Kelly team up to find the nukes, but one warhead is missing. It''s in the hands of Dusan Gavrich, a grief-stricken terrorist planning to call the world''s attention to the war in Croatia with a nuclear explosion in Manhattan.
People vs. Larry Flynt, The (1996) as Music ("No 47 In A Minor Opus 68 No 2")
It was the early 1970s, the twilight of the sexual revolution in America, when a sex industry entrepreneur named Larry Flynt leveraged a small string of Ohio strip-clubs into the beginnings of a publishing empire. "Hustler" was a raw and raunchy magazine that pushed the limits of American tolerance.
Niki De Saint Phalle: Who is the Monster - You or Me? (1996) as Music
Welcome to a world of sphinxes and demons, joyous Mother-Earth figures and surreal, Gaudi-like landscapes--all the product of a feminist sculptress named Niki de Saint Phalle. Beginning with her early 60's days as a divine rifle-wielding performance artist in pre-Emma Peel jumpsuits, de Saint Phalle
Krajobraz Po Bitwie (1996) as Music ("Polonaise In A Flat Major")
Film opens with the mad rush of haphazard freedom as the concentration camps are liberated. Men are trying to grab food, change clothes, bury their tormentors they find alive. Then they are herded into other camps as the Allies try to devise policy to control the situation. A young poet who cannot quite find himself in this new situation, meets a headstrong Jewish young girl who wants him to run off with her, to the West. He cannot cope with her growing demands for affection, while still harboring the hatred for the Germans and disdain for his fellow men who quickly revert to petty enmities. When the girl is accidentally killed by an American guard, he cries for the first time and then decides to return home with the books he has picked up.
Search and Destroy (1995) as Composer ("Nocturne In E Flat Major, Opus 9, No 2")
Failed businessman Martin Mirkheim has devoted himself to the teachings of Dr. Luthor Waxling, a late-night cable guru and novelist. Having convinced himself that all of his financial problems will be solved if he can only turn Waxling's novel "Daniel Strong" into a feature film, Mirkheim embarks on
Haunting of Helen Walker, The (1995)
A prim governess finds herself looking after two children who are haunted by the spirits of their dead valet and nanny.
Wondrous Voyage of Kornel Esti, The (1995) as Music
The paralleling of two train journeys taken by a famed writer in his youth and in his middle-age: In the first journey, the ambitious and wide-eyed youth, Esti Kornel, an aspiring writer, visits the Italian coast at the turn of the century, where he meets a series of women. In 1933, world-weary and
Sandman, The (1994) as Music
A young man's obsessive quest to discover his exceedingly strange childhood roots.
Sneakers (1992) as Composer ("Waltz In E Minor")
Story about a team of security experts who naively enter into a covert government operation after their leader is blackmailed.
Lover, The (1992) as Music ("Waltz In B Minor Opus 69 No 2")
Set in 1920s Indochina, a young French girl becomes romantically and sexually involved with a Chinese man.
Merci, la vie (1991) as Music
A contemporary coming-of-age story about two young women in France.
V.I. Warshawski (1991) as Music ("Waltz In G Flat Major")
A female detective teams up with a teenage girl to solve the mystery behind her father''s murder, and uncovers intrigue within a wealthy Chicago family.
Worth Winning (1989) as Music ("Etude Opus 25 Number 2")
A television weatherman takes on a bet to romance and win three women.
Bapteme (1989) as Music
Biographical history of director Rene Feret's own family.
Jane B. par Agnes V. (1988) as Music
Portrait of actress Jane Birkin.
Madame Sousatzka (1988) as Music ("C Minor Prelude" "Polonaise In A Flat Major" "Etude In A Flat Major")
An aging piano teacher fights to hold on to her star student.
Dernier Cri (1988) as Music
Satisfaction (1988) as Music ("Prelude No 7 Opus 28")
Adventures of a female rock 'n' roll band hired as the house act in a club at a wealthy beach resort.
Isadora Duncan: Movement From the Soul (1988) as Music ("Narcissus")
A documentary portrait on the life and work of modern dancer Isadora Duncan (1877-1927).
Testimony (1987) as Music ("Funeral March")
The life of composer Dimitri Shostakovich and his relationship with Stalin.
Secret Garden, The (1987)
An adaptation of the well-known children's story by Frances Hodgson Burnett about a selfish girl who is suddenly orphaned while living in India, then sent to rural England to stay at imposing Misselthwaite Manor. After arriving, she discovers a long-abandoned secret garden, and its magic changes her
Vladimir Horowitz, The Last Romantic (1985) as Music ("Mazurka" "Scherzo No 1" "Polonaise In A Flat")
Détective (1985) as Music
There is a lot of intrigue behind the scenes at the Hotel Concorde at St. Lazare. Hotel detective Inspector Neveu is spending his time working on a two-year-old murder case. Unhappily married guests Françoise and Emile Chenal are there to collect a large debt from boxing manager Jim Fox Warner. And
Boy Who Had Everything, The (1985) as Music ("Prelude In E Minor")
Hail Mary (1985) as Music ("Le-Livre-De-Marie")
Redl Ezredes (1985) as Music Extract ("Impromptu")
Set shortly before the outbreak of World War I and the fall of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire, historical drama based on the career of Alfred Redl, an aspiring military officer of humble origins who rose through the ranks to become head of the Secret Police and commander of the Eighth Army of Prague,
Elise (1985) as Music
The Trip to Bountiful (1985) as Music Extract ("Op. 18 No. 1")
An aging woman escapes her controlling family to visit her childhood home.
Kak Molody My Byli (1985) as Music
Le Bal (1984)
Swing, The (1983) as Music Extract
Drama based on Annette Kolb's memories about life in a middle-class Bavarian family on the eve of World War I.
Love Letters (1983) as Music Extract ("Prelude No 15")
End of August, The (1981) as Music Extract ("Prelude Opus 28 No 21" "Impromptu Opus 51 No 3")
In New Orleans, in the summer of 1900, Edna Pontellier begins to feel unfulfilled by her marriage, motherhood, and her comfortable life. Her longings lead her into an affair with a younger man named Robert. And when Robert leaves, Edna moves out of the home where she lives with her husband to a cott
The Competition (1980) as Music ("Piano Concerto In E Minor")
Competitors in a classical piano competition fall in love.
Paolozzi Story, The (1980) as Music
Exchange and Divide (1980) as Music ("25th Mazurka" (Variations))
Nela (1980) as Music
Camera Buff (1979) as Music Extract ("Valse E-Minor (Opus Posthumous)")
A young factory worker buys an amateur movie camera so he can take pictures of his newborn daughter. But, when a clumsy documentary he made for work wins a prize at a local festival, he goes camera crazy. He embarks upon a new career as a filmmaker and begins photographing anything that moves--including things the authorities would rather not have exposed.
Magician of Lublin, The (1979) as Music
Autumn Sonata (1978) as Music ("Prelude No 2 In A")
A concert pianist faces the daughters she''''s neglected for years.
Allvarsamma Leken, Den (1977) as Music
The Little Girl Who Lives Down The Lane (1977) as Music ("Piano Concerto No 1 In E Minor")
A thirteen-year-old girl turns to murder after her father dies.
Turning Point, The (1977) as Music ("Etude")
The story of two women whose lives are dedicated to ballet. Deedee left her promising dance career to become a wife and mother and now runs a ballet school in Oklahoma. Emma stayed with a company and became a star though her time is nearly past. Both want what the other has and reflects back on missed chances as they are brought together again through Deedee's daughter who joins the company.
Piedra Libre (1976) as Music Extract
La Marge (1976) as Music ("Waltz In B Minor" "Op 69 No 2")
L'Innocente (1976) as Music ("Berceuse" "Waltzes")
Luchino Visconti's last film based on a novella by Gabrielle d'Annunzio is a haunting account of aristocratic chauvinism and sexual double standards in turn of the century Italy. Giannini as the psichotic husband whose lust cannot be satisfied. Antonelli as his sensitive and tormented wife and O'Neil as cunning possesive mistress.
Karl May (1976) as Music
Lost, Lost, Lost (1975) as Music
A diary collage made by avant-garde filmmaker Jonas Mekas. The footage was shot over a fifteen year period, beginning with his arrival in New York as a postwar Lithuanian refugee in 1949. It explores the immigrant section in Williamsburg, and goes on to show his involvement with the independent film
Du bout des levres (1975) as Music
Mi Querida Senorita (1971) as Music
Smiles of a Summer Night (1955) as Music ("Fantasy-Impromptu Opus 66")
An actress schemes to win back her married lover from his still virginal wife.
Summer Interlude (1951) as Music
A young ballerina falls in love with a wealthy college-boy.
The Rules of the Game (1939) as Music ("Valse")
A famed flier pursues a married woman during a weekend at her husband's country estate.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

Beast (2018)
Moll is 27 and still living at home, stifled by the small island community around her and too beholden to her family to break away. When she meets Pascal, a free-spirited stranger, a whole new world opens up to her and she begins to feel alive for the first time, falling madly in love. Finally break

Music (special)

AMC Project: Lookalikes, The (2004) as Composer ("E Minor Prelude, Op 28 No 6")
Special which examines the strange and unique lives and careers of in-demand celebrity impersonators.
Berlin Philharmonic Europakonzert: From Krakow (2000) as Music ("Piano Concerto No 2")
The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra performs at the Church of Saint Mary in Krakow, Poland, to commemorate the orchestra's 1882 founding and to reaffirm the cultural life of a reborn European community. With Bernard Haitink as guest conductor, the concert features soprano Christine Schafer performing
Bach in Auschwitz (1999) as Music ("Tristesse")
Fifty years after the Holocaust, twelve surviving members of the Auschwitz women's orchestra tell stories of how their musical talents spelled the difference between life and death. Filmed in nine different countries, including the grounds of Auschwitz.
Andre Rieu: Romantic Moments (1999) as Music
Violinist Andre Rieu performs romantic music from Raixa, a palace in Majorca, Spain.
French Music (1998) as Music
Special features selected solo and chamber music performances by the young pianists who participated in the Tenth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition. The Tokyo String Quartet joins the pianists for the chamber music portions of the special.
Chopin (1998) as Music
Special features selected solo and chamber music performances by the young pianists who participated in the Tenth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition. The Tokyo String Quartet joins the pianists for the chamber music portions of the special.
Six Finalists (1998) as Music
The Tokyo String Quartet performs with the six finalists of the Tenth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition.
Robert Wells, Swedish King of the Keyboard (1998) as Music ("Fantaisie-Impromptu")
Swedish pianist Robert Wells performs from Dalhalla, Sweden, with guest artist, tenor Tito Beltran.
Valse (1998) as Music
Special features selected solo and chamber music performances by the young pianists who participated in the Tenth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition. The Tokyo String Quartet joins the pianists for the chamber music portions.
39th Annual Pablo Casals Festival, The (1996) as Music ("Double Thirds Opus 25")
Highlights of annual music festival honoring the late cellist and conductor Pablo Casals.
Vladimir Horowitz: A Reminiscence (1994) as Music ("Polonaise In A Flat Major" "Sonata In F Sharp Minor")
Life of pianist Vladimir Horowitz through concert performances and documentary footage.
Wolf Trap Presents a World of Performance (1994) as Music ("Sonata In B Minor")
Concert commemorating the 20th anniversary of the Wolf Trap Center for the Performing Arts with performers from North and South America, Europe and Asia.
Midori Live at Carnegie Hall (1993) as Music ("Nocturne In C-Sharp Minor")
A broadcast of a concert from Carnegie Hall by Japanese violinist Midori.
Horowitz in Moscow (1992) as Music ("Mazurka In C Sharp Minor" "Mazurka In F Minor" "Polonaise In A Major")
A special chronicling the return of pianist Vladimir Horowitz to his native Russia in April 1986, ending a 61-year self-imposed exile. Included are performance footage and Horowitz's reminiscences of his youth and his decision to leave Russia.
International Celebration of the Piano (1991) as Music ("24th Prelude In D Minor")
A special commemorating Carnegie Hall's 100th anniversary, featuring a musical tribute by twelve pianists.
Gifted Ones, The (1991) as Music ("Ballade In G Minor No 1 Opus 23")
A two-part special exploring the world of the child prodigy.
1990 Miss America Pageant, The (1990) as Music ("Fanatasie Impromptu" "Revolutionary Etude")
The thirty-seventh annual telecast of the seventieth Miss America Pageant broadcast live from Atlantic City.
Orchestra, The (1990) as Music ("Piano Sonata No 2")
A special of six music videos incorporating High Definition Television (HDTV) technology to interpret six well-known classical pieces for television.
9th International Tchaikovsky Competition, The (1990) as Music ("Revolutionary" "Etude A Minor" "Concerto No 1")
A documentary featuring a behind-the-scenes look at the International Tchaikovsky Competition held in Moscow every four years. The competition features several hundred musicians: classically trained pianists, violinists, and vocalists. The program follows three of the competitors as they prepare fo
Lady of the Camellias, The (1989) as Music
A broadcast of the classic ballet which retells the story of the lovely courtesan who falls in love, but unfortunately succumbs to a tragic illness.
Paul Badura-Skoda Plays Chopin (1989) as Music ("Sonata In B Minor")
A concert in which pianist Paul Badura-Skoda performs Frederic Chopin's "Sonata in B Minor, Opus 58."
Eighth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition: Here to Make Music, The (1989) as Music ("Grande Valse Brillante" "Piano Concerto In F Minor")
Special coverage of the semifinal and final rounds of the Eighth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in Fort Worth, Texas. The awards ceremony on June 11, 1989 is hosted by Dudley Moore. World-class pianists who have won major competitions are interviewed. Also included are archival film and
Musicians For Armenia (1988) as Music
A special taped December 17, 1988 in London before the Prince and Princess of Wales, featuring performances by classical artists. The concert benefits victims of the earthquake in Armenia. Viewers are provided with a toll-free 800 number to call in donations.
Vladimir Horowitz Concert (1986) as Music
Legendary Russian pianist Vladimir Horowitz returns to his native land for the first time since his departure in 1925. He is heard in a live recital from the Bolshoi Zaal of the Moscow Conservatory. The telecast is fed to New York via satellite and broadcast on a one-hour satellite delay.
Kiri & Friends (1986) as Music ("Grande Polonaise Brillante")
Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, the renowned New Zealand soprano, is profiled in this concert. Te Kanawa sings several arias and songs, and is assisted by her guests.
Prodigy (1985) as Music ("Piano Concerto No 1")
Fourteen-year-old Greek piano prodigy Dimitris Sgouros brings the house down in a display of virtuosity as he performs Chopin's Concerto No. 1. at a live concert in 1982.
American Ballet Theatre (1978) as Music ("Les Sylphides")
The American Ballet Theatre performs four works from its repertoire in a live broadcast from Lincoln Center. The ballets include: "Les Sylphides," "Don Quixote Pas de Deux," "Theme and Variations," and "The Firebird." During the two intermissions there are live on-camera interviews with Mikhail Bar
Rubinstein: Works of Chopin (1975) as Music ("Piano Concerto No 2")
Andre Previn conducts the London Symphony Orchestra in a concert of music by Chopin, with Artur Rubinstein as the piano soloist.

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