Autumn Sonata

Autumn Sonata

After a seven-year absence, Charlotte Andergast travels to Sweden to reunite with her daughter Eva. The pair have a troubled relationship: Charlotte sacrificed the responsibilities of motherhood for a career as a classical pianist. Over an emotional night, the pair reopen the wounds of the past. Charlotte gets another shock when she finds out that her mentally impaired daughter, Helena, is out of the asylum and living with Eva.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:99 minutes
  • Release:1978
  • Language:Swedish,English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:widow,   guilt,   pianist,  

A married daughter who longs for her mother's love gets visited by the latter, a successful concert pianist. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Julio S (ag) wrote: This one had great action...plot...and effects!!

Sam M (gb) wrote: Almost too entertaining, but not worthy of a good rating. Crappy story and not many proper scares or shocks.

GreatOne W (it) wrote: One of my favorite Gary Sinise films.

Joel A (br) wrote: A moving portrait of a documentary that focuses on 5 individual stories from the heartbreaking quilt that gives tribute to the tens of thousands who died in the US due to AIDS in front of Washington DC.Not all 5 stories focused on Homosexuals there was story of a child & man who took a drug needle etc. it's so heart-wrenching to hear all these mass stories of loss.Narrated by Dustin Hoffman it shows the human story to the battle of AIDS. A moving documentary that is an important film in documentary history.

Stephen K (ru) wrote: I enjoyed this film way more than I expected, and it seems to me there is something good hearted and uplifting about this B movie fast car dragster film.Nothing about the film could be even midly considered Cronenbergian, yet the film is tightly directed and very well paced.

Ken T (br) wrote: This was serious sploitation but kinda' funny and retarded at the same time..."

Kristina W (us) wrote: hey are you intertsested to see this movie because every body likes this shoe so I want to see this to please.

Amaro A (fr) wrote: Tratando-se de Godard, IMPERDVEL.

Coco (us) wrote: ive seen a lot of movies!

Shounak B (gb) wrote: Five star is very less to rate it. truly a gem.

Catherine D (de) wrote: Q is for Queen Christina. After ascending to the throne while still a child, Christina (Greta Garbo) has already become a skilled and capable ruler as a young woman. She is attempting to navigate Sweden's way out of the Thirty Years' War, despite the popular opinion, which wishes to continue the fight, no matter the costs. In instead choosing peace, Christina receives various foreign envoys, including Don Antonio of Spain (John Gilbert). In a chance meeting with him on the road and in a country inn, she finds herself drawn to this refreshingly genteel diplomat, a man of arts and culture and manners. With no other rooms at the inn, Christina and Antonio find themselves sharing a single bedroom, and in no time half of Christina' secret is revealed: despite dressing as a man, she is actually a woman. The other half - that she is Queen of Sweden - will only become clear after their three days of snowed-in trysting are over, when Antonio presents himself at court for his official duties, only to find himself staring into the face of his new lover. Desperately clinging to her one chance at happiness, Christina first tries to convince her people to accept the Spaniard's presence in her court, and when that fails, she decides to abdicate the throne in order to be with Antonio. Fate has something else in store, but Christina's strength and spirit will surely serve her well whatever may come. There is a reason why Garbo is the prototype for an era of Hollywood when "they had faces". She is remarkable, so lithe and fluid and determined, especially here as the muse of director Rouben Mamoulian. And her chemistry with Gilbert is palpable (as real-life lovers, they must have thought so as well), all the more impressive since the film comes from a time when a slight touch on the lips was as risque as love scenes got. The plot is a historical fiction; but the fact that it bears little resemblance to the true life story of Queen Christina is not really a detraction. The dialogue is clever and not particularly tainted by the passage of 75 years. Indeed, put into the context of 1933, Christina's exhortations to secure peace before one is the only living thing left in a sea of death is a strikingly pacifist notion against the rise of the Nazi movement in Germany. Overall, a classic in the best sense of the word, with beautiful production and directing and unforgettable acting by a screen legend.

Scott R (fr) wrote: As stupid as most of the situations and rationale are, this musical has a special place as a personal childhood favorite. The Engaging acting and memorable music have kept me interested for years.

Greg P (ca) wrote: Unexpected film. Kind of the loneliest story. I enjoyed the film. It was worth the two hour investment. Geoffrey Rudh was excellent, as he always is. However, I personally liked Donald Sutherland's performance. He just gets better with age. Here is were the film falls short, it's predictable. You can sum up the whole film with, it's better to have loved and lost then never to have loved at all. If you are an art perv, this is your movie. It is a calm thriller. I don't think those two word were meant for one another. If you are an action guy or gal, go fishing in another pond. If you want to watch a wonderful story about an art expert who falls deeply in love, this one's your cup of tea. I think I may have given the film 4 1/2 stars if it wasn't for the Stanley Kubrick ending. Oh well, good watching!

Carolyn W (es) wrote: I had to read the plot synopsis after watching it because I felt like I missed something. I didn't; the movie did.