Song Without End

Song Without End

The romantic story of Hungarian pianist Franz Liszt (Dirk Bogarde), whose scandalous love affair forced him to abandon his adoring audiences.

The romantic story of Hungarian pianist Franz Liszt (Dirk Bogarde), whose scandalous love affair forced him to abandon his adoring audiences. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Steve L (br) wrote: Spoiler:. More of the original crew killed off ... not a fan.

Jake Z (us) wrote: Well made and acted, but it's nothing you haven't seen before. And the main character is too much of an idiot to really care about, even if you understand her motives.

Cecily B (ru) wrote: love this series, the female lead is always smoking hot, not the greatest plot story but still a decent movie for the eyes

Jonathan P (es) wrote: So sad to see Damon Wayans destroy his carrer with this garage. Marci X was one big let down in every way possible. No wonder Chris Rock who was offered the part of Wayans said it was the worst script he had ever read and would have prefered receiving anthrax. I mean come on Damon you saw the script and saw that Lisa Kudrow would be rapping about PURSES??!??!!!?! and you still took the part? What a horrible carrer choice to be in a movie as lame as this one.

Russell H (us) wrote: not too bad by itself but doesn't do Dracula justice at all

Hannah H (es) wrote: This is such and interesting and memorable movie. One of my favorite foreign films because of its unique filmography and refreshingly original subject matter. Touching, relevant, and captivating, I would recommend it to anyone.

Tyson P (nl) wrote: tupac as a cop. not a very memorable story but it has tupac so its good

Michael S (gb) wrote: Fantastic, underrated film noir with a great cast, a great look, and crackerjack storytelling.

Dennis M (us) wrote: Strother takes the Lead...great date movie

Mark B (fr) wrote: whats not to like bud spencer and terrance hill, slap stick western

Cedric R (jp) wrote: Right. So the best part of this movie is when Joan Crawford's character's daughter, Angela, runs screaming, "Kill. Kill. Kill," from the circus tent and then gets struck by lightning. Hil-arious. The director was so afraid to do a close-up on Crawford, and he always kept her in dark dark, ridiculous lighting. And don't tell me it was to put "mystery" or "darkness" over her character. Of course, we suspect her. She's Joan Crawford. She's always trying to kill somebody. They should have been braver if they cast Joan Crawford. Let those wrinkles show.

ola a (nl) wrote: postman pat land the movie