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Comments about the soundtrack for The Red Violin (John Corigliano)
Character development is not always imperative

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Character development is not always imperative   Tuesday, June 21, 2011 (2:09 p.m.) 

I disagree with the degradation of the film based on it's lack of connection with the characters. Although I am a strong advocate for character development, this particular film is built on it's connection to beauty and the life of the instrument itself. The tone is found in the movement the violin causes among mankind. Those who are unable to see this are blind to it's captivating possibilities. A beautiful film.



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