Vitus (2006)

PG   |    |  Drama, Music

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A twelve-year-old piano prodigy who suffocates from his parent's big dreams for him decides to make his escape--and with the aid of his grandfather--chase his own dreams instead.

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  • Teo Gheorghiu in Vitus (2006)
  • Bruno Ganz and Fabrizio Borsani in Vitus (2006)
  • Teo Gheorghiu in Vitus (2006)
  • Bruno Ganz and Teo Gheorghiu in Vitus (2006)
  • Julika Jenkins and Fabrizio Borsani in Vitus (2006)
  • Bruno Ganz in Vitus (2006)

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27 April 2007 | satnitcboy
| Childhood fantasy
Saw a screening tonight at Tribeca Film Festival - good news for American Audiences: Sony Classics will be distributing Vitus here beginning June 07.

Director Muller says Vitus grew out of his own childhood fantasy: to be a genius. Other fantasies also play out in this completely guileless, charming story.

(Teo Gheorghiu is, in fact, a brilliant pianist. Now 14, he played in person before the screening and proved that, in fact, all the musicianship on display is real. The 5-yr old Vitus also plays.) Happier, and funnier, than Little Man Tate. IMO, what is thoroughly unpredictable about this film is the absence of nasty, bitter adults and children you'd have likely found in an American version ... except for the "boss's son" character, who is a cliché, but not one you have to look at for long.

Vitus demonstrates that fantasy can be a personal, human pastime, not just a cartoon or computer-generated effect. Terrific little film.

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