COPYING BEETHOVEN

Serving as a copyist to volatile composer Ludwig van Beethoven (Ed Harris) gives young conservatory student Anna Holtz (Diane Kruger) unprecedented access to his musical genius and cruel emotions....

Serving as a copyist to volatile composer Ludwig van Beethoven (Ed Harris) gives young conservatory student Anna Holtz (Diane Kruger) unprecedented access to his musical genius and cruel emotions. Bound by a shared passion for composition and a growing mutual affection, the pair works to complete the score of his yet-to-be-immortal Ninth Symphony. But will the potential for romance throw them off course, or will it enhance the end result?

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