Not much time is given to any of the actual music which may survive. The central performance of the "actress" playing Ms. Mozart is curiously wooden and septic, as if she was given a double dose of Paxil each day before she appeared on camera; in short, her performance runs the gamut of emotions from A to B. Perhaps this is what happens when the director, producer. and star are relatives. Supporting roles are well executed.
On the plus side, the locations, production design, makeup and hair design are all really good--even on a low budget. The main reason to watch this odd film is the atmosphere it evokes--the candle-light photography is lovely.