Spring Symphony | Chicago Reader

Spring Symphony

It's a German film, and the Germans also have a word for it—kitsch. Frisky Nastassja Kinski is the pianist Clara Wieck; glum Herbert Gronemeyer (of Das Boot) is the composer Robert Schumann. They stare deeply into each other's eyes, bounce through flowery landscapes, and urge each other on to ever greater heights of artistic achievement. If only they'd urged writer-director Peter Schamoni to greater heights than lines like “It's the most ardent thing I've ever written, a long cry of the heart for you.” With Rolf Hoppe, as Clara's overly possessive father (i.e., the plot), and Bernhard Wicki.

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