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Original Name  紅提琴
Official Release Date Sep 06, 2007
Starring Samuel L Jackson, Greta Scacchi, Colm Feore, Sylvia Chang
Director Francois Girard
Screen Format Wide Screen
Video Format NTSC
Audio Dolby Digital 5.1
Language English
Subtitles Chinese
Year 1999
Genre Drama
Version  Hong Kong
  Category IIB
Not suitable for young persons and children.
PAX-Code PAX0001793381
Catalog No.  GAD520623
Item Code  4895033760948

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strgater@gmail.com (12) on 28, Oct. 2009 17:22 (HKT)
Journey of the Red Violin
This is a moving tale that takes you across continents and time through the lifespan of the violin dubbed "The Red Violin". It tells the story from the creation of the violin in the 1600s through to the hands of a prodigy orphan in Austria, the arrogant violinist in England, to pre and post Cultural Revolution in China and finally to present day where the violin is being auctioned off at a prestigious auction house. Each bidder has their own personal reasons for bidding on the violin. The movie is paced well and the music (solos done by violinist Joshua Bell) is done beautifully.
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