Crossing Rachmaninoff Trailer

Crossing Rachmaninoff Trailer (2015)

"Sometimes the hardest journey is one we choose." 18 July 2015 Factual 79 mins

A winning portrait of Italian-born Auckland concert pianist Flavio Villani as he returns like the prodigal son to Italy for his concert debut, scaling one of the summits of the Romantic repertoire.

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New Zealand 18 July 2015

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