Win a double pass to Interlude in Prague

by The Listener / 23 July, 2018

The prize

From the producer of Gosford Park and with the talents of Samantha Barks, Aneurin Barnard and James Purefoy, Interlude In Prague is a love story and tragedy of epic proportions. 

It’s 1787, and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart has escaped the privileged elite of Vienna to spend some time in Prague. On his arrival, Mozart is happy to have found the one place on Earth where he feels his talent is appreciated and sets about creating a new opera. However, his unconventional presence and forbidden affair with a young soprano, Zuzanna, soon unleashes a series of dramatic and shocking events. Overwhelmed by the tangled web of lust, violence and intrigue that surrounds him, Mozart finds inspiration to create dramatic operatic masterpiece Don Giovanni.

Set to Mozart’s spectacular music with luscious costumes and stunning sets, Interlude In Prague is a film not to be missed. 

The Listener has 10 double passes to give away.

Interlude in Prague opens in NZ cinemas opens on August 2. Rating M: Violence, offensive language, sex scenes & content that may disturb.

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