A vivid portrait of Schubert toward the end of his life, with performances of his late works by pianist Vladimir Ashkenazy and others that illuminate the genius of a composer who posed the question: “Who, after Beethoven, would dare to do anything?”
Sunday, August 6 Walter Reade Theater
Directed by Christopher Nupen
Prod: Allegro Films
1994. 85 minutes.
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