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What a warmhearted film, about a simple man that can play a mean piano. The music chosen is great and brings tears to ones eyes because it is all played so good. Kudos to Ethan Hawke for following his heart. Nicely done Ethan.
Certainly not everybody's cup of tea, but if you play piano or any instrument for that matter, you'll understand music is feeling and Seymour knows something about playing with feeling and living it too.
Beautiful and moving tribute to a thoughtful and gifted man. He speaks the language of feeling, music, with a depth and transcendence that is luminous.
One of the loveliest films I have seen in a very long time; I saw it twice and now may have to purchase my own copy. Beautifully filmed story about a wonderful human being. It should be required viewing for all humanities classes!!!
A thoughtful quiet piece about an interesting character.
Wonderful film. Gentle, powerful, meditative, positive. We are placed in the presence of a beautiful and wise man.
This is an inspirational story about an 88 year old concert pianist who can touch your heart and show you how the most important human experience is music. It connects us to each other, whether a performer or a listener, music ties us together.
A wonderful documentary about a superb teacher. Everyone who teaches should see this.
Gifted, humble, and passionate man, but the film was a bit of a bore.Seymour Bernstein is a celebrated musician who performed in major venues to great acclaim. At fifty, due to stage fright and other anxieties, he stopped performing and has been teaching, composing, and writing. Seymour is a gifted and passionate man, but the film rambles with short piece-meal clips of his early career, teaching students, and his views of his life and the creative process. It was a "nice" movie, but nothing terribly provocative or illuminating and not much piano playing. Interesting, but it was a bit of a bore. For something a bit ...
Wonderful bio of a lovely man with many life lessons, both musical and non musical.
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Both movies make you feel, in the deepest sense, young. Ethan Hawke directed Seymour, and at first I groaned when he inserted himself into the film to explain how he met the 87-year-old former concert pianist and ongoing teacher Seymour Bernstein.