Amadeus was an outstanding success. It won eight Oscars. Why? It's difficult to say. Because it hardly features a parade of celebrity actors. It's true that F. Murray Abraham, who played Salieri, received an Oscar, and Tom Hulce, who played Mozart, was also nominated, but these superb actors were not considered major stars at the time. Perhaps the magic of the film lies in the fact that Forman's Mozart is essentially a smelly puppy, who is rather partial to a drink or a woman? Or is it the impact on us of the thoughts and questions that the film provokes? Will the era recognise its genius? Will it accept it? And should we feel bad if we are part of the modest, mediocre middle?
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