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Famed classical music radio host Martin Goldsmith brings to life his acclaimed memoir (The Inextinguishable Symphony: A True Story of Music and Love in Nazi Germany), which forms the basis for this imagined encounter between the author and his deceased father – played by the sublime German actor Bruno Ganz in his final performance before his death in February 2020. Goldsmith flirts with memory and history as co-screenwriter of this personal reckoning, examining what happened to his musician parents before they escaped from Germany in 1941, and exploring the moral quandary they faced as artists, German citizens, and Jews. 

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  • Runtime
    90 minutes
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  • Director
    Anders Ostergaard
  • Screenwriter
    Martin Goldsmith
  • Cast
    Bruno Ganz