Adapted from Shaffer's play, the film presents the life of Antonio Salieri, a mediocre 18th century Viennese composer obsessed with and jealous of the musical genius of the age, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Disc B. The making of Amadeus. Theatrical trailer
Widescreen version preserving the aspect ratio of the original motion picture
Running time includes only feature
Special features include: 20 minutes of never-before-seen footage ; commentary soundtrack with Milos Foreman and Peter Shaffer ; documentary, The making of Amadeus ; theatrical trailer ; cast and crew biographies ; awards
Disc A. Feature. Cast and crew. Awards -- Disc B. The making of Amadeus. Theatrical trailer
DVD, letterboxed widescreen version ; Dolby surround 5.1 or surround stereo
English language soundtracks (5.1 Dolby surround or 2.0 Dolby stereo) and French language soundtrack (5.1 Dolby surround) with optional subtitles in English, French or Spanish ; closed-captioned in English for the hearing impaired
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[first lines] Salieri: Mozart! Mozart, forgive your assassin! I confess, I killed you...
Emanuel Schikaneder: Look, I asked you if we could start rehearsals next week and you said yes. Mozart: Well, we can. Emanuel Schikaneder: So let me see it. Where is it? Mozart: Here. It's all right here in my noodle. The rest is just scribbling. Scribbling and bibbling, bibbling and scribbling.
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