This documentary reveals the power of music to provide hope to people in difficult circumstances , redemption and hope are its theme.
The film depicts the life journey of the blind pianist Nobuyuki Tsujii and his extraordinary ability to communicate and connect with audiences all over the world.
Renowned and price-awarded filmmaker Peter Rosen has followed the career of Nobuyuki Tsujii since the Japanese pianist’s gold-medal triumph in the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition of June 2009.
Rosen’s cameras have witnessed and recorded audiences responding to this brilliant musician from the stages of Texas to New York’s Carnegie Hall, from Maine to California and on to the concert halls of Tokyo and the tsunamidevasted coastline of Tohoku.
“What a thrill to hear this brilliant, very gifted, fabulous pianist. You feel God's presence in the room when he played. His soul is so pure. His music is so wonderful, and it goes to infinity to the highest heaven.” Van Cliburn Competition Juror Michel Béroff about Nobuyuki Tsujii