Movie about string quartet is on the way. Directed by Yaron Zilberman the movie called "A Late Quartet".
Members of a world-renowned string quartet struggle to stay together in the face of death, competing egos and insuppressible lust.
The Strad Magazines words : The musical centrepiece of the film is Beethoven's Quartet in C minor op.131, which the group is seen rehearsing for what might be its last performance together. The Brentano Quartet provided the soundtrack for these scenes, and according to an interview with Zilberman posted on wearemoviegeeks.com, the cast had to learn about 30 phrases each to make the playing look realistic in front of the camera.
Zilberman added that he modelled his quartet on several ensembles: the Guarneri Quartet, the Quartetto Italiano and the Emerson Quartet. Is the liner for the film. Starring:
Philip Seymour Hoffman ... Robert
Christopher Walken ... Peter Mitchell
Catherine Keener ... Juliette Gelbart
Imogen Poots ... Alexandra Gelbart
Wallace Shawn ... Gideon Rosen
Mark Ivanir ... Daniel Lerner
Liraz Charhi Megan McQuillan ... Brenda
Madhur Jaffrey ... Dr. Nadir
Anne Sofie von Otter ... Miriam
Marty Krzywonos ... Cab Driver
Rebeca Tomas ... Flamenco dancer
Jasmine Hope Bloch ... Cello Student
Sanjiv Hayre ... Audience Member
Cristian Puig ... Flamenco singer
Official website: http://tiff.net/filmsandschedules/tiff/2012/latequartet
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