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The Mozart Brothers

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Director  Suzanne Osten
Music director  Bjorn J:son Lindh
Language  Swedish
6/10 IMDb

Genre  Comedy, Drama, Music
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Country  Sweden
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Writer  Etienne Glaser, Niklas Radstrom
Release date  21 February 1986 (1986-02-21)
Initial release  February 21, 1986 (Sweden)
Screenplay  Suzanne Osten, Etienne Glaser, Niklas Radstrom
Cast  Etienne Glaser (Walter), Philip Zandén (Flemming), Henry Bronett (Fritz), Loa Falkman (Eskil / Don Juan), Helge Skoog (Olof / Don Ottavio), Lena T. Hansson (Ia / Donna Anna)
Similar movies  Sweden movies, Comedies

The Mozart Brothers (Swedish: Bröderna Mozart) is a 1986 Swedish comedy film directed by Suzanne Osten. Osten won the award for Best Director at the 22nd Guldbagge Awards.

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The murder of Olof Palme, the Swedish Prime Minister, took place as Palme was walking home from the cinema after watching The Mozart Brothers in 1986.

Plot

The film depicts an unconventional opera director, Walter (Etienne Glaser), who is directing a production of Mozart's Don Giovanni at the Stockholm Opera. He attempts to overthrow many of the conventions of opera; he gives certain solo numbers to the opera chorus, he involves the orchestra in the acting, and he wants to fill the stage with damp earth to simulate a graveyard. The singers, the members of the orchestra, and the staff at the opera house are initially very antagonistic to his plans, especially his appeal to their eroticism as individuals. However, they reluctantly agree to do things Walter's way, and gradually come over to his point of view. Throughout the film, Mozart's ghost is glimpsed more and more frequently, at one point seen weeping with joy at the effect his work has had. The film ends with the premiere of the production being a resounding success, and the actors taking the credit for this, with the director largely forgotten.

Cast

  • Etienne Glaser as Walter
  • Philip Zandén as Flemming
  • Henry Bronett as Fritz
  • Loa Falkman as Eskil / Don Juan
  • Agneta Ekmanner as Marian / Donna Elvira
  • Lena T. Hansson as Ia / Donna Anna
  • Helge Skoog as Olof / Don Ottavio
  • Grith Fjeldmose as Therés / Zerlina
  • Rune Zetterström as Lennart / Leporello
  • Niklas Ek as Georg / Donna Anna's Father
  • Krister St. Hill as Ulf / Mazzetto
  • References

    The Mozart Brothers Wikipedia
    The Mozart Brothers IMDb The Mozart Brothers themoviedb.org


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