The Basileus Quartet Trailer

The Basileus Quartet Trailer (1983)

30 January 1983 Drama 128 mins

The lives of the surviving members of the Basileus Quartet, a chamber group that has been playing successfully around the world for more than 30 years, are turned upside down after the death of the leader, Oscar Guarneri. The three aging musicians decide to split up to pursue those pleasures they've denied themselves too long.

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Cast

François Simon

as Oscar Guarneri

Michel Vitold

as Guglielmo

Alain Cuny

as Mario Cantone

Gabriele Ferzetti

as Mario Cantone

Crew

Fabio Carpi

Director

Dante Spinotti

Dante Spinotti Cinematography

Franco Vanorio

Franco Vanorio Production Design

Corrado Colabucci

Corrado Colabucci Costume Design

International Titles

The Basileus Quartet Trailer

International Releases Dates

Italy 30 January 1983

United States 04 January 1984

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