Canone inverso – Making Love

Poster for Canone inverso – Making Love The plot centers on a peculiar violin with a distinctive carved scroll, and the tale behind how it changed hands. The events of the film start amidst the Prague Spring but mainly take place in World War II-era Czechoslovakia. Although an Italian production, the film is entirely in English, and involves English and French actors. Music is the central theme, and the film culminates in the performance of a violin concerto, Concerto Romantico Interrotto written by Italian film composer Ennio Morricone. (Source)

Year:
2000
Length:
107 minutes
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Director:
Ricky Tognazzi
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Shown at

  1. East Bay International Jewish Film Festival - 2019

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