The film – a game between fiction and reality, history and present – stimulate discussion about a composer who is more popular for cliché and anecdotes than for his works.
Markus Becker, pianist (GER)
The unconcerned mix of ages makes the film very pleasant and radiates a sort of humour that lets the character Reger become human. The performers, mostly not professional actors, give freshness to the film and help us dust off or black and white image of the Regerian time. Great that somebody tries to deal with this inaccessible romantic, it’s worth the effort.