The ‘Il Boemo’ Trailer Relase Today

He died and was left alone, and few know his name today, but in the late 18th century, Josef Mylavec (1737–1781), the son of a Czech miller, broke family ties, and left to become a left in Prague. gone. Venice. One of the leading operatic musicians of his time.

Award-winning Czech director Petr Václav (“The Way Out”) has created a stunning period piece by the Czech group Collegium 1704 with recorded costumes and live musical sounds for the film. Not to mention the real-life performances. opera stars

Soloists from the world of music include French countertenor Philippe Jarouski, Hungarian soprano Emoque Barat, Italian soprano Raffaella Milanesi, Slovak soprano Simona Sturova and opera singers Juan Sancho, Cristian Adam and Sophie Harmson.


Vaclav began work on the film in 2010, after he spent a year and a half digging through the archives to uncover the rise and fall of his late countryman.

In the trailer shared in the feature with Variety, as in the film, you can see Vaclav’s love of period costumes, furniture, and music. DP Diego Romero and Suarez Llanos brought Vaclav’s script and Andrea Cavaletto’s costumes to life through the Italian cities where Maslavesque made his name, from Venice to Naples, where most of his work was done. ,

There are also roaming scenes in full costume, adding to the drama of a man whose love for a virtuous woman was engulfed in his music.

The trailer comes ahead of the film’s world premiere in the main competition on September 19 at the San Sebastian Film Festival.

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