A personal memoir with all the elements I like; family, travelogue and art manual.
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The Pirates of Penzance, playing at the Musikalische Komödie of Leipzig, features superb singing and acting of a British comic opera classic in German.
“The quiet Zola, son of a poor seamstress, and the explosive, rich Cézanne, will compete for the heart of the same woman, whom each will call by a different name.” Peek into their friendship in a movie playing in Leipzig.
If Leipzig is a city “between heaven and hell” as I wrote, then Hieronymus Bosch could have been its painter.
If you are over 40 and have brothers and sisters, the film will probably remind you of situations you’d rather forget (while making you laugh). Watch it this Monday evening in Leipzig, in the original French with German subtitles.