Meeting Venus
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Meeting Venus is based on a play cowritten by the film's director, Istvan Szabo. Glenn Close plays a celebrated Swedish opera star Karin Anderson who is slated to appear in an internationally-telecast production of Tannhauser. Ms. Anderson balks at the notion of working with obscure Hungarian conductor Zoltan Szanto. The much-anticipated production may never get off the ground, thanks to labor-management difficulties, intramural jealousies, and clashing egos. Admidst all this chaos, the mismatched Anderson and Szanto fall in love. Filmed in Budapest, Meeting Venus was far from a box-office… More
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"Better at the edges than the center -- the story is weak, but there are wonderfully vivid, wise, and witty moments and some insight into the multi-cultural challenges of a huge musical undertaking."
‑ Nell Minow, Movie Mom at Yahoo! Movies
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