Amadeus (director's cut)

This biography about the ungovernable genius who was ruined by human ordinariness and envy was awarded eight Oscars. Milos Forman returned to socialist Czechoslovakia after more than a ten-year exile to shoot a movie about Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s life, seen by his jealous rival Antonio Salieri. He made a unique historical epic, which doesn’t glorify a legend, but depicts a real man with his talent as well as his mistakes.

Runtime: Original: 158 min., Director’s cut: 180 min.
English with Czech subtitles
© 1984, 2001 The Saul Zaentz Company

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