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Ver Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin

Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin is an episode of The Metropolitan Opera HD Live starring Valery Gergiev, Mariusz Kwiecien, and Anna Netrebko. Onegin's friend Lensky introduces him to Tanya, his fiancee's sister but Onegin flirts with his...

Gary Halvorson
Valery Gergiev, Mariusz Kwiecien, Deborah Voigt, Anna Netrebko

All Systems Operational

Product details

Genres Musical
Director Gary Halvorson
Writer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Alexander Pushkin, Konstantin Shilovsky
Stars Valery Gergiev, Mariusz Kwiecien, Deborah Voigt, Anna Netrebko
Country 140
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Onegin's friend Lensky introduces him to Tanya, his fiancee's sister but Onegin flirts with his fiancee. Lensky challenges him to a duel; nobody stops them. Later, Onegin tries to seduce Tanya, but she's married. Onegin just doesn't get it.

Top reviews

Friday, 27 Mar 2020 18:31

What a shame that a great composer like Tchaikovsky (as many others have pointed out) could not have been brought to the screen in a more "comic" and "lighter" manner. This is one of the greatest "comedies" of the 20th century and is a great contrast to the "serious" dramas that were being made at the time. This film is very entertaining and can be watched over and over again. However, I think the director should have brought Tchaikovsky's music to the screen in a more serious, more serious and more realistic manner. This film was made in the early 1930's and the music was not really appreciated by the public, therefore, this was the time when Tchaikovsky was trying to find a way to get his music heard. I think that this was a very sad time in his life and it would have been better if the music was made more serious. The films music is also very good and in many ways reminds me of the music in "A Trip to the Moon" and "The Nutcracker". I think that the director could have made this film in a more "serious" way and made it more "comic" and "lighter". The music in this film is very good and the direction and editing is very good. The characters in this film are very interesting and you feel that you are watching a real person, not just a comic actor playing a comic character. In many ways, the film is like a comic book and is not a great film but is very enjoyable. This is one of the greatest films of all time and I highly recommend it to anyone who is a fan of Tchaikovsky and/or Tchaikovsky's music.
Sunday, 15 Mar 2020 07:44

A film that's all about music, or rather about music as it relates to the human experience. I'm not really sure what it's about. It's not that I'm not interested in music, or that I'm not aware of what it means to be human. I just think it's a lot of fun to watch, and that the director has some interesting ideas. In the film, we are introduced to a world of humans who are completely lost, as if they were lost in a labyrinth. We are also introduced to a race of humans who are just a little bit more advanced than us, and are like us, but they have their own set of rules. There are a couple of characters who are a little bit more advanced than us, but they are lost, and they have to learn to live without the aid of a computer. I'm not sure what the point of the film is, but it's not like it has anything to do with human beings. The point of the film is to show the relationship between humans and the machines. What makes us human? Is it our abilities to be able to create things, or is it our need to express ourselves in the world? These questions are explored, and the answers are not always easy to find. This film is definitely not for everyone. The film is very slow and boring, and there are moments where you wonder if you've been watching a different film. I think the director is doing a great job at creating the world he is depicting, but he is also doing a great job at creating the film itself. The film has some really beautiful scenes, and some of the best music I've ever heard. This film is definitely worth watching, but I wouldn't suggest it to everyone. If you're a fan of the composer Tchaikovsky, you should definitely check this film out. You may be disappointed, but I think you'll find that you're in for a great ride.

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