Zoë at The Sporadic Chronicles of a Beginner Blogger has a feature on her site where you pick a memorable scene and include a short analysis on it. Here’s my choice.
I have yet another guest contributor for my Sporadic Scene segment. Today I would like to welcome Alex of Alex Raphael with his scene. Thank you so much Alex!
If you have a scene that you would like featured, drop me a mail at firstname.lastname@example.org with a picture/gif/video of the scene and an explanation as to why (should you want to include it).
I love individual rivalries. It’s one of the big reasons I am such a sports fan. Ali v Frasier, Senna v Prost, Borg v MacEnroe, Magic Johnson v Bird, Coe v Ovett. It’s more unusual to find them in film, even in sporting ones. And even more curiously, one of the most fascinating and absorbing rivalries on film is found in a period drama. The relationship between Mozart and Salieri may not be as evenly matched as those mentioned previously, but it is no less fascinating. The…
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Still enthralling after more than 30 years
A delightful film all round. Just a wonderful scene too. The music wasn’t bad either!