Pavarotti is a 2019 documentary film directed by Ron Howard about Italian operatic tenor Luciano Pavarotti.
The film takes a look at the life and work of this opera legend.
The documentary opens with already-established-star Pavarotti--in the Amazon jungle--insisting on seeing the stage where Enrico Caruso once performed to open a new theatre house. Pavarotti wants to sing on the stage where Caruso once performed. The old theatre is temporarily opened for him, and he sings a short aria on the stage.
The documentary then returns to his hometown of Modena, Italy, where Pavarotti was born to a poor middle-class family. His father is a local baker and his mother a housekeeper. The film then tells Pavarotti's story.
Director: Ron Howard
Genre: Documentary, Biography, Music
Runtime: 1 hour, 54 minutes
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