The Song of Names
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- Saul Rubinek
- Clive Owen
- Tim Roth
- Catherine McCormack
- Jonah Hauer-King
- Eddie Izzard
- Gerran Howell
- Misha Handley
- Julian Wadham
- Richard Bremmer
Did You Know?
- Third musical film for director François Girard after Boychoir (2014) and The Red Violin (1998). He also works on stage musicals over the world. This film also stars actor Eddie Izzard who collaborated with François Girard in Boychoir (2014).
- Martin: It's NOT a competition.
- Helen: Everything's a competition, read your Darwin.
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A poignant story of post holocaust Polish child prodigy violinist. Beautifully done, well acted.
beautiful story and interesting mystery.
Literate, sober, soulful, and considered as it is, the movie is also a little overly scrupulous in its tastefulness.
There’s ultimately too much strained seriousness in The Song of Names' dramatically flimsy and symbolically heavy episodic narrative, making Girard and Caine’s already dated feel-good historical drama seem especially tacky.
A somewhat claggy, uneven work with stiff performances from the leads, both of whom seem to be sleep-talking lines as if they learned them in Yiddish first.