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Immortal Beloved

HD   14A Closed Captioning

Bernard Rose

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About the Movie

Gary Oldman, Jeroen Krabbe, Isabella Rossellini and Valeria Golino star in Immortal Beloved, a mesmerizing mystery based on the tumultuous real life of Ludwig van Beethoven. Oldman gives a tour de force performance as the passionate, volatile genius who inspired love and hatred in equal measure. Whether seducing regal followers or criticizing the ruling class, Beethoven made many enemies. But he also had one true love, the unnamed "Immortal Beloved" mentioned in an enigmatic letter discovered upon his death. The thrilling search for the identity of this mystery woman leads us into Beethoven's dark past, his hidden passions, and, ultimately, into the unparalleled genius of his music.

Customer Reviews

Great Movie of the great Maestro

It is a wonderful movie and the music played in accordance to the events is really well placed. It includes some surprising facts in the life of the Maestro. Anyway, it is a must view movie

Stupid Title for a Great Movie

An insight into Ludwig Van and how he was disliked or thought crazy by others when he was only deaf. Trying to hide his deafness from his many enimies whom would have finished him as a composer. Also a hint of abuse by his father who tried to present him as a boy genius like Mozart by faking his age. All is forgiven when he presents the 9th and his genius is recognized. The main them is the love affair he was unable to reconcile and the illegitimate son that results and his horrible failure at trying to pass his genius along to him


This picture makes Coping Beethoven look good. Rent it (if you must) don’t buy, it's a waste of time and money.