The Red Violin Essay | Essay

This student essay consists of approximately 5 pages of analysis of "The Red Violin".
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"The Red Violin" - Film Study

Summary: Describes the main ideas in "The Red Violin" and how they are conveyed.
After the tragic death of his wife and child a 17th century Italian violin maker paints the finest instrument, which was meant for his then unborn child, in the blood of his wife. He pours all of his grief and anger into the instrument and as it travels all over the world the emotions that lie within the violin affect all those who acquire the instrument. There are many different ideas, which the director and scriptwriter of The Red Violin attempt to bring to the viewer's attention during the film. There are lots of things in this world divide people: language, culture, geography; but music, is not one of them. Many different ideas are portrayed in The Red Violin. The universality of the language of music and the immortality of art are extremely important in the film and evidently these ideas are very important to the scriptwriter. The...

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