J.S. Bach: The Music, The Life, The Legend Trailer

J.S. Bach: The Music, The Life, The Legend Trailer (2003)

13 August 2003 105 mins

A dramatic exploration of the life and struggles of the great composer, J.S. Bach, from his orphaning at the age of nine, through his struggles for the freedom to compose music in a restrictive society, to his eventual recognition after death.

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Cast

Christian Vadim

as Jean-Sébastien Bach

Elena Lenina

as Anna Magdalena Bach

Frédérique Bel

as Maria Barbara Bach

Jean Rochefort

as Narrator (voice)

Cédric Vallet

as Jean-Christophe Bach

Daniel Duault

as Le duc de Weimar

Gwenaël Foucher

as Jean-Sébastien Bach enfant

Alain Floret

as Monsieur Buxtehüde

Jean Léger

as Le pasteur d'Arnstadt

Raphaëlle Lenoble

as Alexandra Buxtehüde

Annette Schreiber

as Margaretha Bach

International Releases Dates

France 13 August 2003

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