Samuel Barber: Absolute Beauty

Samuel Barber: Absolute Beauty

Samuel Barber: Absolute Beauty is a movie starring Marin Alsop, Pierre Brévignon, and John Corigliano. Known for his mournful "Adagio for Strings," Samuel Barber was never quite fashionable. "Samuel Barber: Absolute Beauty" is a...

Other Titles
Samuel Barber: Despite and Still
Running Time
2 hours 10 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Music, Documentary, Biography, History
Director
H. Paul Moon
Actors
Thomas Hampson, Pierre Brévignon, John Corigliano, Marin Alsop
Country
France, USA
Year
2017
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about music «Samuel Barber: Absolute Beauty» (21)

Sean Cox avatar
Sean Cox

Known for his mournful "Adagio for Strings," Samuel Barber was never quite fashionable. "Samuel Barber: Absolute Beauty" is a probing exploration of the American composer's music and melancholia.

Julia Fox avatar
Julia Fox

Brilliant! This movie is proof that you don't need all the special effects in the world to make an amazing Biography movie.

Gloria G. avatar
Gloria G.

OMG Wow well what a film officially my new favorite film, which has surpassed other. This film have everything you want out of a Biography movie.

Stephanie avatar
Stephanie

Samuel Barber: Despite and Still is well deserved full price worthy movie that hopefully will become a box office success as well. God knows Hollywood doesn't put out enough original material like this anymore.

Teresa avatar
Teresa

This movie is amazing! Without a doubt 5 stars!

Kimberly avatar
Kimberly

Such a great movie! Lovely!

Emma D. avatar
Emma D.

Great writing, great pacing, great story telling, and a perfect ending

Gerald H. avatar
Gerald H.

When I first saw this movie, I had this rare feeling like entering another world with my whole body and mind from beginning till the end.

Olivia H. avatar
Olivia H.

Usually I try to be careful with over hyping a film, or setting the expectations too high, as film geeks all are guilty for, however for H. Paul Moon, this really is not possible.