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The Red Violin

Rated R for some sexuality.

R 150min.
 
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Francois Girard directed this drama tracing the history of a musical instrument through five countries and three centuries. In 1681, to keep the spirit of his wife alive, an Italian paints the violin with a red varnish made from her blood. Read More
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Charles Morritz
Evan Williams
Nicolo Bussotti
Anna Bussotti
Georges Poussin
Kaspar Weiss
Frederick Pope
Victoria Byrd
Xiang Pei
Chou Yuan
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