The Soloist is an emotionally soaring drama about the redemptive power of music. Journalist Steve Lopez (Oscar nominee Robert Downey Jr.) discovers Nathaniel Anthony Ayeers (Oscar winner Jamie Foxx), a former classical music prodigy, playing his violin on the streets of L.A.
As Lopez endeavours to help the homeless man find his way back, a unique friendship is formed, one that transforms both of their lives. The Soloist is directed by Joe Wright (Atonement, Pride and Prejudice). Joe's previous collaboration with Working Title, Atonement, earned nominations for seven Academy Awards and 14 Baftas.
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Where do I start ? Ive read several reviews where people say they just dont get this movie...........I DO ! I thought it was an excellent film and Im so glad my predudices about soppy films was controled and I took my wifes advice and watched it, you should too. A film by a British director Joe Wright its based on a true story about an L.A Times reporter who accidently discovers Nathanial Ayers a music drop out homeless and mentally ill on the streets of L.A. He digs into Ayers past looking for a story and in a bid to try help him. He soon discovers that the problems Nathanial suffers are just the tip of the iceberg regarding L.A's forgotten homeless. The Lead actors are brilliant and very believable as are the rest of the cast. The story is powerful and the musical score brings added emotion. A movie well worth watching.
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