I've Always Loved You  [DVD]Philip Dorn (actor)
Format: all-region dvd (worldwide)
Runtime: 117 min
Quality: Very Good
Hollywood's great early romanticist and first ever Oscar-winning director, Frank Borzage, came unstuck with this offering towards the end of his long career. It stars Philip Dorn
as a brilliant concert conductor torn between love and jealousy of his latest protégée, Catherine McLeod - and that's about the size of the almost invisible plot, attached to a tedious
and overlong script.
The film does, however, offer a veritable feast of music, encompassing Rachmaninov, Chopin, Beethoven, Bach and others, and the off-screen piano playing of the great
Artur Rubinstein. As an evening of classical music excerpts it's pretty good; as a movie, forget it. Everybody else has.