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The world-renowned pianists Martha Argerich and Stephen Kovacevich, two giants of classical music, are seen here under the scrutiny of their daughter Stephanie, now in her thirties and a mother herself.
Argerich is an warm, intimate and often funny family portrait that questions the relationship between a mother who is a quasi “goddess”, and a very private person, and her three daughters. Stephanie also uses the film to try to reconnect with her somewhat estranged father. Argerich explores with great subtlety the joys and difficulties of combining motherhood with an artistic career. A remarkable journey into the Argerich galaxy, with all its eccentricities, idiosyncrasies, problems, and, most importantly, love of music.
Rome Film Festival, Competition
Prix Italia, Music and Arts Documentaries section, International Competition for Radio, Television and Web, Turin 2013.
Locarno Film Festival, Swiss Section
Music Festival ‘Chopin and his Europe’, Warsaw, Poland
Golden FIPA, Biarritz International Festival of Audiovisual Programmes, 2013
DVD Extra: Martha Argerich plays Chopin's Piano Concerto no. 1 in Warsaw (2010) with Encores, Mazurka op. 24 no. 2 and Schumann's Traumeswirren op. 12 no. 7