19-year old violinist Belle lives in a small farming village in the Netherlands. Everyone around her seems obsessed with sex: her boyfriend, her sister and especially her mother. But Belle’s only interest is her violin, and she is put off by the constant flirting and mating of her peers. Belle works hard to prepare for the admissions exam to the conservatory. Her technique is good, but her dispassionate attitude stands in the way of her sucess. Against the advice of her teacher, Belle escapes to the city to train as a professional violinist. Living in her new environment among the other students, Belle is surprised to discover her own sexual desires. When she finds she has a particularly sensitive ear lobe, this finally sets off the passionate musician inside her. Belle understands that without excitement she will fail at auditions, so she sets out on an erotic journey of discovery full of lust, sex and love. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
19-year old Belle practices playing the violin diligently, but is unable to impart her music with a sensitive undertone. Her life changes when she discovers that sexual desire stimulates passion in her music.
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Brandon D (nl) wrote: Loser Culkin, spoiled brat!
The Movie G (fr) wrote: Amazing and a wonderful coming of age drama comedy directed by Richard Linklater
August M (ru) wrote: Though comparisons to Fellini's 8 1/2 will surely come up (and are totally warranted), All That Jazz is still able to spin originality thanks to some electric directing by Mr. Fosse and a virtuoso performance from Roy Scheider. The last half hour is sublime.
Tehl B (nl) wrote: Great acting by Deniro, I guess my main complaint is I don't get what all the fuss is about. The movie moves at a snails pace and at no point was I blown away or moved, I did stay interested and engaged, but I definitely don't ever need to watch this movie again, and I don't feel like I was missing out waiting this long to see it.
Al P (de) wrote: U havent seen Flaming Star?
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