Mozart and the Whale

Mozart and the Whale

  • Director: Petter Næss
  • Countries of origin: United States
  • Language: English
  • Release date: February 2, 2006
  • Runtime: 1 hour 34 minutes
  • Sound mix: Dolby Digital
  • Aspect ratio: 1.85 : 1
  • Also known as: Crazy in Love
  • "mozart and the whale" is a comedy film directed by Peter Nas and starring Josh Hartnett and Radha Mitchell.
    The film tells the love story of two people with Asperger's Syndrome.


    • Release date February 2, 2006
    • Filming locations Spokane, Washington, USA
    • Production companies Big City Pictures, Equity Pictures Medienfonds GmbH & Co. KG II, Millennium Films

    Box office


    $12,000,000 (estimated)

    Gross US & Canada


    Opening weekend US & Canada


    Gross worldwide


    Movie reviews

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    • By Hubert 2022-12-21 12:21:41

      Good love is to save each other?

      One film friend said that this is a movie for a normal audience, with many adjustments to the real autism and Asperger's character. I wholeheartedly agree. Further, in fact, they should not be any different from us, emotionally, in the spiritual world, in the pursuit and expectation of love, as well as the love of friendship and companionship, which can be found in everyone.

      To tell the truth, apart from some behavioral eccentricities, the hero and heroine are not sick. They are...

    • By Emmie 2022-12-07 04:16:21

      Sweetie, you can't disappoint me.

      Because whatever you are, is exactly what i want.
      But, sweetie, is loneliness making us crazier, or craziness making us lonelier?

      The film is actually just borrowing some people with mental disorders to tell a love story, but it's worth watching if the performance is in place and the soundtrack is good .

      And the scene that moved me the most was actually Izzy and Donald sitting on the Ferris wheel in the amusement park. Sadness and pain, anger...

    • By Cole 2022-11-29 05:13:00

      Distinctive but still lacking in power

      Taking the love of abnormal people as the theme, the idea is novel. There are also a few more exciting episodes, such as the male protagonist wandering in the garage, using the license plate number to relieve sadness, which is more flavorful. In addition, the section where the male protagonist brings his boss home for dinner is also quite exciting. Before the end, the male protagonist finds the female protagonist to talk to. The heartfelt scene is also good.
      I remember reading a passage...

    • By Rylan 2022-11-25 20:18:16

      Asperger's is not a mental disorder...

      It's a very good movie. In my heart, I can line up with Rain Man and Forrest Gump~~ Although it tells about Asperger's love story, there will be more or less our own shadow here.

      Another thing to say: Asperger is not a mental disorder! ! !

      Asperger's is a relationship and communication disorder that begins after age 6...not autism, nor a mental disorder!

      Seeing a lot of people saying that Asperger's is a mental disorder, collapse... It's a type of pervasive...

    • By Earl 2022-11-10 05:21:31

      Two lonely souls also look forward to more beautiful possibilities

      Movie for Josh Hartnett.
      The slightly frowning look in "Pearl Harbor" completely killed me. After watching "Mozart and the Whale", it turns out that he still has acting skills.
      One is obsessive about numbers, one is afraid of the sound of metal hitting. In fact, something like this exists in all of us, but they are more sensitive than us.
      When I was a child, I was especially afraid of the sound of metal hitting. It was a nightmare, a helpless nightmare. Donald would keep...

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    • By Demetrius 2023-03-29 00:13:48

      A friend and I recommended this movie, and to be honest, I didn't really like it. Aside from the good music, the story isn't bad, but, can't...

    • By Danny 2023-03-20 20:37:12

      14-28. The male pig made a resolute proposal for marriage and was still chasing after him, which made me wonder if this is another YY with a strong female screenwriter. But it turned out to be a male...

    • By Scot 2023-03-08 19:28:53

      The more I look at it, the more I feel...

    • By Una 2023-03-07 18:01:10

      Mozart is also one of my permanent fetishes. . . . It seems that Halloween Mozart is a good choice, but we are all...

    • By Emmitt 2023-03-02 19:59:54

      The heroine is so annoying, but the eyes, rings, necklaces, hats, and big fat rabbits are so cute. The male lead is really good. I also want to keep a house of...

    Movie plot

    People with Asperger's Syndrome have the same withdrawn and shy personality as autistic children, but in terms of intelligence, they are no worse than ordinary people. They are thoughtful and sensitive in terms of language and graphics. Has a very good sense of sensibility, our protagonist Conrad (Josh Hartnett Josh Hartnett) is one of them. With a bird, he has super arithmetic ability, and his life is simple and meticulous.
    Conrad is a...
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    Movie quotes

    • Isabelle Sorenson: Be my friend Donald, be my best friend, please, because I really need you. I always felt like you wanted us to get married or something.

      Donald Morton: I never said that.

      Isabelle Sorenson: Not with words. But instead of that, do you want to just be my friend?

      Donald Morton: Without the sex?

      Isabelle Sorenson: Without the pressure. My friendship is all I have to give. Do you want it?

    • Isabelle Sorenson: Don't - don't condescend to these women, they're no crazier that I am.

      Gracie: Yes we are!

      Isabelle Sorenson: I'm weird, but I'm not strange.

      Donald Morton: You're right, this isn't a matter of confusion, it's a matter of... discord.

      [Inappropriate change of subject:]

      Donald Morton: That's a nice sweater!

    • Isabelle Sorenson: You can kiss my self esteem butt, Donald Duck. Why tell your life story, and tell only the good parts?

      Donald Morton: It's Donald Morton.

      Isabelle Sorenson: You're missing my point!

      Donald Morton: No I'm not! I just - never know what to say.