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Tchaikovsky 1970 123movies

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Aug. 31, 1970157 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Experience the Berlin Philharmonics and outstanding conductors such as Claudio Abbado, Daniel Barenboim, Bernard Haitink, Mariss Jansons, Seiji Ozawa, Simon Rattle, Kurt Sanderling. This exciting live recordings of the most liked works of Tchaikovsky were made over a period of 20 years, convering concerts from 1992 to 2009. REPERTOIRE: The Nutcracker: Waltz of the Flowers; Overture; The Christmas Tree; March; Pas de deux; Mélodie from Souvenir d’un lieu cher; Valse-Scherzo Romeo and Juliet: Fantasy Overture Symphonic Fantasia, Symphonies Nos. 4, 5 and 6.
Plot: The film is dedicated to the great Russian composer Pyotr Tchaikovsky (1840-1893). It tells of the last twenty years of the great master’s life, of his friendship with Baroness von Meck, an outstanding woman of her time, who for many years was Tchaikovsky’s guardian angel. The film also includes retrospections of the composer’s childhood and adolescent years, with Tchaikovsky’s life poetically recounted against the background of fragments from his operas and ballets performed by the best Russian musicians.
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How could this have won any award aside from a Razzie?
This was by far the worst movie I have ever seen in my life. The acting is terrible, the musical score doesn’t even fit the scenes – it’s just random Tchaikovsky pieces inserted in random places. When some characters are speaking French (they were in France I think, I only got that from one line saying it was good to travel), it’s just dubbed over. The actual actors/actresses don’t even speak French. To top it off, there are no subtitles indicating what these actors are actually saying. In one scene there is about 2 minutes of yelling between a French transient and somebody walking with Tchaikovsky – very heated discourse – and there are no subtitles. The cinematography is horrific – tons of shaky shots/off center shots/ etc. Basically, this is a film where a bunch of extras were put in with a shoddy story (I’m not entirely sure there was a flowing story), terrible dialogue, and a musical score that never fits the scene. This is, without a doubt, the worst film I have ever seen in my life. This is a travesty of film.
Review By: goggins-1 Rating: 1 Date: 2007-09-25
“Pushkin was right. There cannot be a happy end. There cannot be!”
Tchaikovsky(1970) is a very beautiful and very good film in its own right. And as a biopic it’s interesting and is fairly faithful to the composer’s life- though with things that could have been better touched upon.

Not everything works as well as it could have done. The sound is rather tinny especially in the music snippets that represent what is inside Tchaikovsky’s head, which can diminish the impact of the music itself. Tchaikovsky’s homosexuality is only implied and hinted at(considering that that was one of the main things that was tormenting him, this was at a time where homosexuality was against the law). The thunderstorm resolving into a symphonic movement was a somewhat hackneyed moment in how it was executed and the concept of it really. The ending is rather underdeveloped and glossed over,- those unaware of Tchaikovsky’s life prior to watching will be asking how did he die and why- maybe because Tchaikovsky’s death still leaves question marks(suicide I believe is the most common theory, but it’s not been proved) and the film didn’t want to make too much of an open-and-shut case. And some of the characters could have been better introduced.

However Tchaikovsky(1970), getting onto the many good points, is a very lavish production to look at with flowing cinematography and stunning scenery/landscapes and costumes that make you wish you were there in Russia(Russia has to have some of the most beautiful landscapes of any country), also very evocative of Russia in Tchaikovsky’s lifetime. Scenes that was particularly quite striking here was that of the carriage running through the forest of birch trees and the 360 degree shot of the parties at the table looking on with amusement at Tchaikovsky trying without success to silence his wife. The music is simply gorgeous and cleverly interwoven(Queen of Spades is shown in nice healthy doses) and arranged by Dmitri Tiomkin, one wishes that their presence was richer though if the sound was better. The writing is sharp-witted and heartfelt while flowing well as well as informative and not soap-opera-ish.

The story told is poignant and compelling, the most telling scenes were Tchaikovsky and Nadezhda Von Meck on the train and Tchaikovsky lunching in Paris with the accordion subtly playing the second movement of the fourth symphony. The performances are great, Antonina Shuranova( Von Meck), Vladislav Strzhelchik(Nikolai Rubenstein) and Evgeniy Evstigneev(Laroche) stand out in support and we even see one of the greatest ballerinas Maya Plisetskaya. But along with the production values the best asset of Tchaikovsky(1970) is the performance of the composer himself. Innokenti Smoktunovsky portrays Tchaikovsky as tormented, introverted, sensitive and somewhat shy and we genuinely sympathise with him. That he bears a remarkable physical resemblance also is a great advantage too, if television did exist at the end of the 19th century this most likely would have been like watching footage of Tchaikovsky himself.

All in all, could have been better developed here and there, but absorbing, beautiful to watch and telling with a truly fine lead performance. 7.5/10 Bethany Cox

Review By: TheLittleSongbird Rating: 8 Date: 2013-10-26

Other Information:

Original Title Чайковский
Release Date 1970-08-31
Release Year 1970

Original Language ru
Runtime 2 hr 37 min (157 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated Not Rated
Genre Biography, Drama
Director Igor Talankin
Writer Budimir Metalnikov, Yuriy Nagibin, Igor Talankin
Actors Innokentiy Smoktunovskiy, Antonina Shuranova, Kirill Lavrov
Country Soviet Union
Awards Nominated for 2 Oscars. 2 wins & 3 nominations total
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix 70 mm 6-Track (70 mm prints), Mono (35 mm prints)
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1 (35 mm prints), 2.20 : 1
Camera KSSHR-1
Laboratory Mosfilm, Moscow, Soviet Union (color)
Film Length 5,370 m (70 mm)
Negative Format 70 mm
Cinematographic Process Sovscope 70
Printed Film Format 35 mm, 70 mm

Tchaikovsky 1970 123movies
Original title Чайковский
TMDb Rating 5 3 votes

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