Mozart's Don Giovanni

Mozart's Don Giovanni


DON GIOVANNI, a young, arrogant, sexually promiscuous nobleman, abuses and outrages everyone else in the cast, until he encounters something he cannot kill, beat up, dodge, or outwit. This legendary production starring Cesare Siepi in the title role with Wilhelm Furtwängler conducting was filmed in Salzburg’s open-air Felsenreitschule theatre during the 1954 Salzburg Festival. Although the production is clearly dated, it remains a must-see for lovers of the opera, both as a historical document of a vintage, all-star production and simply as an excellent way to experience Mozart’s masterpiece. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Mozart's Don Giovanni torrent reviews

Kathleen W (jp) wrote: How do all of these nerd guys look exactly the same? The talking heads approach isn't able to sustain an entire feature. Lucky I was real into the topic I guess but I felt bad making anyone else watch this with me.

Majd K (jp) wrote: great scooby doo movie

Michael R (ag) wrote: With good visuals Into Darkness starts off exciting and fun, but soon turns generic and forgettable. Cumberbatch as the villain feels wasted, and the rather unfortunate twist will leave those unfamiliar with the franchise a little lost as to why the name "khan" is so important.

Michael R (us) wrote: I'm sure this would have been great as a half hour PBS documentary but stretched out longer it's just a bit uninteresting.

Rachel M (ru) wrote: umm... Taryn Manning's acting was weak. hey, Hollywood! i can be better! lol

Susanna M (gb) wrote: Meh...Sloppily done.This movie is about a confused nymph/slut who can't stop making bad decisions.

Aisha S (ru) wrote: it was a so-so movie..Sung Kang looked nice in it.^^

Erica P (es) wrote: The most difficult movie for me to watch. I couldn't finish it because of the subject matter. This is one of Kevin Smith's darker projects and it's brilliant, but very visceral. If you can stomach it - MUST SEE.

Andy P (nl) wrote: The Olympic games are suppose to be an event which unites the world, where we can forget about all the turmoil and enjoy the sport. But in 1972, the Munich games were the unfortunate host to a tragic terrorist/hostage incident. This documentary is a shocking eyeopener as to what kind of world we live in when our Olympic athletes are not even safe from terrorism, and not long after the terrorist attempt on the Sri Lankan cricket team recently, this film is still relevant today. It also exposes how badly the whole incident was handled by the officials. This is a great documentary with excellent editing.

Aaron H (ca) wrote: very good script and acting. Brilliant British Cinema

Brian B (ag) wrote: The first half was a fun sort of comedy-drama about a couple who rush into marriage and then try to cope with the married life. Then, the second half gets very heavy with marriage tension and a life-or-death sick-baby situation. I'm not sure that this movie would have been half as entertaining without Stewart and Lombard's amazing acting ability. I would recommend this for the two of them alone. Forget the story and just get swept away in their talent.