Quartet is a Charmer

By donnahu
Written July 25, 2014
This is a nice feel-good flick, but very well acted and enjoyable. The music of course, is wonderful, and the chance to see a wonderful group of retired musicians actually playing and singing is great. The four main characters are excellent. I especially enjoyed Pauline Collins.
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By wvbrierre
Written August 29, 2014
Thoroughly delightful. Beecham House is just the type of retirement community we would all like to move into when we get to be that age. If only we were all talented musicians.
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Sweet story

By jjclemente
Written May 23, 2015
Love and romance know no age limits. Easy to like, clever dialogue, lush scenery and great casting. Nothing spectacular and nothing not to like. If you like the current collection of movies showcasing "elder" statemen and women (who doesn't like Maggie Smith?), you'll enjoy Quartet.
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Terrifically funny!

By Silver_views
Written March 28, 2015
Superb cast of actors that give you their best in this hilarious look at aging opera stars. Treat yourself to a fun experience of the elderly perspective of themselves.
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Very moving

By Classical_Music_Lover
Written May 05, 2015
I am a "senior musician," and I was very moved by this film The music is wonderful throughout, the setting is beautiful, and the story is "right on." The acting was superb, but reading the credits at the end was especially interesting - to learn about the musicians who performed in the film and where they were at the peak of their careers. They continue in their love and pursuit of great music. The young "rapper" and his classmates were wonderful - once again showing the impact that can be made with music education. Let's hear it for returning more music to our public schools! A wonderful movie that I'm telling my friends to see.
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