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AMADEUS blogathon

The previous post, which obviously took a while to wrote and reflect on (hence my lack of Top 10/Skandies updates), was made as my commitment to an AMADEUS blogathon, led by my bud Bilge Ebiri, who also has a post linking to all the other posts in the Blogathon. The links I reproduce here (you can also obviously go to Bilge’s site too) as reciprocation and thanks to everyone else for participating.

Peter Labuza on Milos Forman’s use of music.

Matthew Wilder on AMADEUS as an 80s film.

Glenn Kenny on the literary origins of AMADEUS.

Paul Clark on his personal history with AMADEUS and Mozart.

Zach Ralston on Salieri’s musical talent — as a critic.

Andrew Welch applies Graham Greene’s theory of film to AMADEUS.*

Tim Grierson on audience identification in AMADEUS.

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* Look for that theory tomorrow (I promise) when I wrote about #9

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February 10, 2012 - Posted by | Blogathons

2 Comments »

  1. You made me want to watch Amadeus again. I haven’t seen that movie in so long don’t even really remember what it was about..

    Comment by Free Living Life | June 28, 2012 | Reply

  2. Yes. I totally forgot about this movie! His laugh was hilarious.

    Comment by Mixed Fighting | July 14, 2012 | Reply


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