- Information at Internet Movie Database
- "Mozart and Salieri,
Cain and Abel: A Cinematic Transformation of Genesis 4," Gregory Allen Robbins, Journal
of Religion and Film, 1997.
Looking Closer, review by Jeffrey Overstreet, "searching for truth, beauty
and meaning in the movies."
Values & Visions Video Guide: Amadeus, Frederic and Mary Ann
Brussat, Spirituality & Health - Spiritual Practices for Human Being.
Review, Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat, Spirituality & Health -
Spiritual Practices for Human Being.
- Salieri does not in the end feel guilt, but the whole
film is a confession, and an indictment against
god, of his murder or god's favourite, Amadeus.
I suppose that Salieri feels guilt but he does
not repent. (Timothy Leuers)
- Salieri intentionally destroys the
incarnation of God.
- Salieri: "God was
singing through this little man to all the world, making my defeat more bitter with every
- Incarnation of God
- Salieri recognizes Mozart as the Incarnation of God
and seeks to destroy him.
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