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The Legend Of 1900

Aboard a floating luxury liner, at the very turn of the 20th century, a newborn child is discovered in the aftermath of New Year's Eve, 1900. He is destined to become a piano-playing prodigy who will spend 30 years entertaining the ship's constantly changing roster of transcontinental guests, girdling the Earth more times than he can count, but never leaving the ship during his lifetime. Thus begins Giuseppe Tornatore's ("Cinema Paradiso") magical fable starring the compulsively watchable Tim Roth.

Year: 1999
Genre: Art House Cinema
Country: Italy
Director: Giuseppe Tornatore
Starring: Tim Roth, Pruitt Taylor Vince
Duration: 125 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains low level offensive language.
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Location in store: Art House Cinema

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