who was is first employer   (Wednesday, 5 Feb 2003 00:24)


>>By em   (Monday, 10 Mar 2003 18:43)

wasn't it emperor joseph (his first employer)

>>By sam   (Tuesday, 11 Mar 2003 23:15)

I need to know what songs were played with what scenes ...... like don giavoni etc
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>>By danielle   (Wednesday, 26 Mar 2003 00:35)

you can e-mail me at (oops)

>>By danielle   (Wednesday, 26 Mar 2003 00:36)

difference between movie and
real life

>>By amanda   (Tuesday, 1 Apr 2003 03:54)

what kind of discussions are these??

>>By missy   (Tuesday, 22 Apr 2003 22:49)

Its a wonderful movie, I enjoyed this when I was 12 years old, but today I remember it as the best picture never maked.

>>By mausolleo   (Friday, 25 Apr 2003 22:51)

ah beautiful, haunting, charming.......

such a great work of art

>>By bagelboy13   (Saturday, 28 Aug 2004 04:44)

One of my favorites. I recently found a site that refuted the historical accuracy about this whole story. Sallieri and Mozart did live in the same time and had a friendly, respectful rivalry. Mozart later drank himself to death. If the creators actually stuck to the historical correctness of these facts think how lame this movie would be. But instead they put together an extremely creative story whose beauty is matched by its depth and has an amazing soundtrack. The scene where Mozart looks out the window and sees the "Ghost" AMAZING. Goosebumps every time.

I have a theory, and if anyone wants to discuss this please,
Early on Sallieri claims that Mozart is the voice of God. That when Mozart laughs at him, it is actually God laughing. Now near the end of the movie, Mozart and Sallieri are working on the Death March. Mozart asks if Sallieri likes his work and he says yes. Mozart says "Forgive me I thought you didn't appreciate my work." there is silence and then Mozart says "Forgive me."
I think this is God talking to Sallieri asking for his forgiveness. Sallieri does not accept this apology because he is set on killing this gift from God.
That's basically the whole jist of it.

>>By IAMnotMAN   (Thursday, 18 Dec 2008 20:39)

amanda, if you're asking what those differences are, there's a lot of good info in the wikipedia article for the movie and the original play and, of course, on mozart himself [had to shorten link due to character limit] /wiki/Wolfgang_Amadeus_Mozart

>>By DoctorWho1012   (Thursday, 1 Jan 2009 05:24)

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