Amadeus – The Director’s Cut – Digitally remastered cinema re-release

 

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Milos Forman’s Director’s Cut of his classic masterpiece Amadeus, winner of 8 Oscars returns to cinemas, digitally restored and remastered and with +20 minutes of original footage.

Pannonia Entertainment distributes this cult film from March 2017 to cinemas across Hungary an Czech Republic.

Amadeus. The man. The music. The magic. The madness. The incredible, mostly true story about the relationship between two composers in 18th century Vienna – Antonio Salieri, the successful court composer for Emperor Joseph of Austria, and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, a child prodigy who, while vulgar and irritating, writes the greatest music the world has ever heard. The film unfolds in a series of flashbacks, as Salieri is consumed with jealously by Mozart’s natural talent, and is unable to accept the knowledge that he will never possess the genius of a man he cannot stand.

 

Amadeus was directed by Milos Forman from the Peter Shaffer screenplay. Tom Hulce, F. Murray Abraham, Jeffrey Jones, and Christine Ebersole, among others, starred in the film based on events in the life of classical composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Winning Oscars for Murray’s performance, Forman’s direction, art direction, costumes, makeup, sound, screenplay and picture this may be the best of the Oscar Best Picture winning films from the ’80s.

Amadeus Director’s Cut features an additional 20 minutes which includes deleted scenes and extended scenes. Digitally restored and remastered by Warner Bros in 2002, in collaboration with Milos Forman.
Warner’s rich Dolby TrueHD 5.1 surround track overcomes the film’s age with resounding reproductions of Mozart’s most stirring music.

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