The Pianist (1991 film)
|Directed by||Claude Gagnon|
|Screenplay by||Claude Gagnon|
|Based on||A Certain Mr. Takahashi
by Ann Ireland
The Pianist is a 1991 film directed by Claude Gagnon. It was based on the novel A Certain Mr. Takahashi by Ann Ireland. Two sisters (Gail Travers and Macha Grenon) relate the story of their infatuation with a neighborhood boy (Eiji Okuda), who has gone on to become a celebrated concert pianist.
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