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Amadeus God and Gifts Amadeus was a great film The overall theme of the movie is a man vs God Antonio Salieris started his life in music after his father died He found that music was his passion He devoted his life to writing music and to God He was content with his music and was considered a great Italian composer God had given him a gift the gift of wonderful music Antonio Salieris life was changed the day he heard Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart The music he heard was that of God It was utterly perfect If one note was every changed it would lessen the music Salieri however could not believe that God would give just a boy this wonderful gift Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was a crazy arrogant impolite person Salieri became jealous that God would give him a much lesser gift of music and he had devoted his life to God Salieri decided to turn his back on God He felt that since God had chosen Mozart to be his instrument and not himself then he would have to destroy Gods work From then on Salieri was the enemy of Mozart but portrayed himself as a friend In the end Salieri killed Mozart He did not actually physically harm him He used Mozarts music against him Salieri knew that Mozarts music was perfect but he did everything he could to sway the view of the music in the eyes of the King Perfect piece after perfect piece of music were regarded as inadequate Mozart would put everything he had into creating music that could be sent from heaven Salieri did everything he could do to blind others Eventually this failure killed Mozart Salieri had a great gift from God He totally understood music When he looked at Mozarts work he truly comprehended the piece He could hear every instrument and every tone Sadly he became jealous I believe that the story can
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