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  Fuga on DVD [read more]
  Music of the night
  THE FIRST feature film by acclaimed director Pablo Larraín (Oscar-nominated No, Neruda), Fuga stars Benjamín Vicuña and Larraín's long-term collaborator Alfredo Castro in a journey through music, obsession and the conflict of creation.

Fuga (15) is released on DVD on 31 October 2016, RRP £12.99, courtesy of Network Releasing.

Eliseo Montalbán is a musician in turmoil. As a boy he witnessed the rape and murder of his sister atop a piano, the sequence of notes accidentally forming a melody that has haunted him ever since. Many years later, as Montalbán is about to conduct a symphony based upon the same motif, he witnesses a second shocking death and descends into madness.

Now, Ricardo Coppa, a mediocre musician seeking recognition and success, attempts to rescue this lost symphony. Marshalling a group of musicians, he embarks on a quest for Montalbán and his composition, unaware of the dangers he is unleashing.
  Graeme Clark [19 Oct 2016 at 23:10]

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