Every so often, a film manages to sneak its way in and surprise the hell out of you. In the Life of Music is one of those films.
Armed with an unapologetic storyline, a cast that pulls its own weight, and a directorial team that is so talented you can only wonder why the world isn’t yet raving about them, In the Life of Music is unforgettably good. There just isn’t much you can say in critique of this startling indie masterpiece.
What you can comment on, however, are that the reasons why you probably wouldn’t watch this film – namely, the foreign language factor and focus on obscure music – are exactly the reasons why you should.
(Read the rest of my review here: http://filmthreat.com/reviews/in-the-life-of-music/)