quartet

By fandecinema
Written November 30, 2014
outstanding ! but not for young people
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Quartet

By bobbie620
Written December 19, 2014
If you like these great Englsh actors and actresses and you enjoy classical music, you will definitely enjoy this movie. If not, then you probably won't.
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Quartet

By gr8today
Written February 10, 2013
This is a glorious movie with absolutely lovely scenery and cinematography, gorgeous music, great humor and dialogue, a good old fashioned story with actual plot and a happy ending! What more could you want. Okay, cheaper popcorn but that isn't going to happen. I 'm not sure young people would enjoy this as much as older folks but it goes to the matter of being an oldster. Dustin Hoffman has always acted in great movies now he has produced and directed one too!
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Great acting, depressing movie

By DCLaxfan
Written January 27, 2013
The performances of the actors in a British old age home for musicians are first rate and vividly portray the pathos of the sunset years of the elderly. Although the ending is uplifting, most of the movie is depressing and sad. Not because of the theme of living in the past when getting aged, but rather that the wounds and jealousies that plague our adulthood persist into old age when they shouldn't matter anymore. Dustin Hoffman does a great job of directing in his directorial debut, and the acting is first rate, but I found the movie to be mainly a downer.
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Charming story with great actors

By deb.j.conner
Written October 21, 2014
The movie "Quartet" was a pleasure from beginning to end with touching and funny parts throughout . A lovely retirement home in a former manor house set in the English countryside whose residents just happened to have been some of England's finest musicians, vocal and instrumental, during their respective careers. The story included a long-lost love affair revived and confidence and love of their craft renewed. It was gratifying to witness the characters overcame their fear of growing old and not still being a star. Then seeing the pleasure brought about when they were able to celebrate the composer, the music, love and life as a retired person. Loved it, loved it loved it! There is hope as we grow old and change. We left the theater with a smile on our faced. Such a charming movie--great actors and performances. Go see it, by all means! Very enjoyable and encouraging.
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