Rating: (M - Coarse language) 2hrs 5m
Director: Radu Mihaileanu
Cast: Alexei Guskov, Mlanie Laurent, Dimitri Nazarov, Miou-Miou
During the Brezhnev era, Andrei Filipov was a prodigy - the greatest conductor in the Soviet Union and he directed the famous Bolshoi Orchestra. But after refusing to expel his Jewish musicians, including his best friend Sacha, he was fired at the height of his glory. Thirty years later, he is still working at the Bolshoi, but... as a cleaner.
When Andrei intercepts a fax from the Theatre du Chatelet inviting the Bolshoi Orchestra to Paris, he comes up with a crazy idea: he'll gather up his old musician friends (now working rag-tag jobs), head to Paris and pretend to be the famed orchestra to play Tchaikovsky's "Violin Concerto." The long-awaited dream to deliver one final performance!
Friday 27th - 7.00pm
Saturday 28th - 7.30pm
Sunday 29th August - 4.30pm
Prices: Adults $13.00; Concessions $10.00; Member/Child $8.50
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