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Immortal Beloved is a true story of Ludwig Von Beethovens life as a musician Starring Gary Coleman as Beethoven along with Isabella Rosallini Jeroen Krabbe and Valeria Galino It is directed by Bernard Rose The story line is as follows after the death of Beethoven his manager seeks the identity of my immortal beloved the composers intended heir to all his fortune and music The story starts off with the death of Beethoven and his funeral Soon after his only living brother and his manager Schindler are shown fighting over his will This is where the story begins Th movie is written in continual flashbacks of Beethovens life as his manager travels to everywhere Beethoven has lived and questions all his lovers After the argument with Beethovens brother he soon takes a carriage to the Swan Hotel in Carlsbad He is searching for a lead woman is The desk clerk agrees to speak with him about Beethoven stay at the hotel She tells him a story of when a woman dressed in black stayed there and was waiting for Beethoven Soon after that she receives a letter from him The woman immediately leaves after this obviously angered by this letter Soon after Beethoven shows up to see that there is no lover waiting for him and he becomes enraged He tears the room apart and throws a chair out of the window He is arrested after this and the desk clerk never sees him again Schindler leaves Carlsbad to travel to the Von Gallenburg residence in Vienna There he goes to interview the Countess Julia who tells the story of Beethoven demanding to be her music teacher She says that they met at a recital that Beethoven would be at There he introduced and invited himself to be her instructor He brags of using Napoleon as the subject of his symphony The family
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