6 May 2020 | redgirl_book
A delightful amateur film about amateurs
As someone who plays the violin and have also been part of my college orchestra, I probably should not rate this movie an 8/10 because of the obvious fake playing throughout the film. That said, I'm also torn between complimenting the editing since they could have edited to make the fake playing less obnoxious but at the same time the scene cuts are just really well-timed for comedy and just over-all visual experience.
The film is very innocent as its protagonist is. And shows us a story of how one aspiring musician is caught up in this larger drama of two men and their hostile past. Instead of being in one of their shoes, we are taken outside of someone who incidentally connects the two.
It's hilarious and heart-warming.