• The Amati Girls (2001) Rating & Reviews

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  • Rather like listening to Vladimir Horowitz play "Chopsticks."

  • Annie DeSalvo, a first-time director and screenwriter, can't escape the made-for-TV feel but does manage to give her cast, mostly once-big names fallen from grace and popularity, flashes of humanity between lessons about various saints and sermons disguised as dialogue.

  • The movie is as schmaltzy as I'd feared, and yet De Salvo does elicit some nice performances from her ensemble cast. show more

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