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6th Dec '17 11:47:17 PM requiesticat
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\n*While Salieri is telling his story, Father Vogler takes him seriously. You can even see him getting emotional at points. In a strange sense, Salieri got what he wanted in the end: someone who understood his viewpoints and possibly viewed him as being better than Mozart.
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*The movie's aesop calls this into question. How many talented people have worked their whole lives to become good at what they do, only for someone naturally gifted (or at the very least undeserving of fame) to come along and completely overshadow them?
29th Aug '17 12:17:31 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* FridgeBrilliance: It always bugged me how annoying and unprofesional Amadeus was, and how inaccurate the film was. But, since Salieri is crazy, he probably has a bad memory.
** A question from this troper (who is studying music in school): If you're referring to Mozart as Amadeus, it's widely accepted that he was in fact like that in real life. He was notorious for have awful manners, a toilet bowl sense of humor, a ''very'' annoying laugh, etc. The film is incredibly accurate in that respect.
*** For instance, he wrote a little part-song called ''Lech Mir im Arsch''. Wanna guess how that one goes?
** There's also the film's portrayal of Salieri's musical talents (or seeming lack thereof). The real Salieri was an ''exceptional'' composer that went on to become Beethoven's teacher. But since Film!Salieri feels so inadequate compared to Mozart, he is, perhaps unknowingly, underplaying his own genius.
*** TruthInTelevision: artists are their own harshest critics.

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* FridgeBrilliance: It always bugged me how annoying and unprofesional Amadeus was, and how inaccurate the film was. But, since Salieri is crazy, he probably has a bad memory.
** A question from this troper (who is studying music in school): If you're referring to Mozart as Amadeus, it's widely accepted that he was in fact like that in real life. He was notorious for have awful manners, a toilet bowl sense of humor, a ''very'' annoying laugh, etc. The film is incredibly accurate in that respect.
*** For instance, he wrote a little part-song called ''Lech Mir im Arsch''. Wanna guess how that one goes?
** There's also the film's portrayal of Salieri's musical talents (or seeming lack thereof). The real Salieri was an ''exceptional'' composer that went on to become Beethoven's teacher. But since Film!Salieri feels so inadequate compared to Mozart, he is, perhaps unknowingly, underplaying his own genius.
*** TruthInTelevision: artists are their own harshest critics.
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18th Mar '17 1:41:59 AM NWolfman
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** There's also the film's portrayal of Salieri's musical talents (or seeming lack thereof). The real Salieri was an ''exceptional'' composer that went on to become Beethoven's teacher. But since Film!Salieri feels so inadequate compared to Mozart, he is, perhaps unknowingly, underplaying his own genius.

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** There's also the film's portrayal of Salieri's musical talents (or seeming lack thereof). The real Salieri was an ''exceptional'' composer that went on to become Beethoven's teacher. But since Film!Salieri feels so inadequate compared to Mozart, he is, perhaps unknowingly, underplaying his own genius.genius.
*** TruthInTelevision: artists are their own harshest critics.
22nd Nov '16 4:11:03 PM Cheapsunglasses
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** A question from this troper (who is studying music in school): If you're referring to Mozart as Amadeus, it's widely accepted that he was in fact like that in real life. He was notorious for have awful manners, a toilet bowl sense of humor, etc. The film is incredibly accurate in that respect.
** For instance, he wrote a little part-song called ''Lech Mir im Arsch''. Wanna guess how that one goes?

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** A question from this troper (who is studying music in school): If you're referring to Mozart as Amadeus, it's widely accepted that he was in fact like that in real life. He was notorious for have awful manners, a toilet bowl sense of humor, a ''very'' annoying laugh, etc. The film is incredibly accurate in that respect.
** *** For instance, he wrote a little part-song called ''Lech Mir im Arsch''. Wanna guess how that one goes?
22nd Nov '16 4:10:06 PM Cheapsunglasses
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** For instance, he wrote a little part-song called ''Lech Mir im Arsch''. Wanna guess how that one goes?

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** For instance, he wrote a little part-song called ''Lech Mir im Arsch''. Wanna guess how that one goes?goes?
** There's also the film's portrayal of Salieri's musical talents (or seeming lack thereof). The real Salieri was an ''exceptional'' composer that went on to become Beethoven's teacher. But since Film!Salieri feels so inadequate compared to Mozart, he is, perhaps unknowingly, underplaying his own genius.
30th Jan '14 4:32:21 PM AdelePotter
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A question from this troper (who is studying music in school): If you're referring to Mozart as Amadeus, it's widely accepted that he was in fact like that in real life. He was notorious for have awful manners, a toilet bowl sense of humor, etc. The film is incredibly accurate in that respect.

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A **A question from this troper (who is studying music in school): If you're referring to Mozart as Amadeus, it's widely accepted that he was in fact like that in real life. He was notorious for have awful manners, a toilet bowl sense of humor, etc. The film is incredibly accurate in that respect.
25th Jan '14 9:43:26 PM g3m1n1
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* FridgeBriliance: It always bugged me how annoying and unprofesional Amadeus was, and how inaccurate the film was. But, since Salieri is crazy, he probably has a bad memory.

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* FridgeBriliance: FridgeBrilliance: It always bugged me how annoying and unprofesional Amadeus was, and how inaccurate the film was. But, since Salieri is crazy, he probably has a bad memory.
17th Dec '13 6:48:17 PM Kalmbach
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A question from this troper (who is studying music in school): If you're referring to Mozart as Amadeus, it's widely accepted that he was in fact like that in real life. He was notorious for have awful manners, a toilet bowl sense of humor, etc. The film is incredibly accurate in that respect.

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A question from this troper (who is studying music in school): If you're referring to Mozart as Amadeus, it's widely accepted that he was in fact like that in real life. He was notorious for have awful manners, a toilet bowl sense of humor, etc. The film is incredibly accurate in that respect.respect.
** For instance, he wrote a little part-song called ''Lech Mir im Arsch''. Wanna guess how that one goes?
20th Sep '13 9:02:32 PM 16note
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* FridgeBriliance: It always bugged me how annoying and unprofesional Amadeus was, and how inaccurate the film was. But, since Salieri is crazy, he probably has a bad memory.

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* FridgeBriliance: It always bugged me how annoying and unprofesional Amadeus was, and how inaccurate the film was. But, since Salieri is crazy, he probably has a bad memory.memory.
A question from this troper (who is studying music in school): If you're referring to Mozart as Amadeus, it's widely accepted that he was in fact like that in real life. He was notorious for have awful manners, a toilet bowl sense of humor, etc. The film is incredibly accurate in that respect.
15th Nov '12 11:30:16 AM morenohijazo
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* FridgeBriliance: It always bugged me how annoying and unprofesional Amadeus was, and how inaccurate the film was. But, since Salieri is crazy, he probably has a bad memory.
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