The Piano is a New Zealand drama film about a narcissistic, psychologically mute young woman and her pre-adolescent daughter, set during the midth century in a rainy, muddy frontier backwater town on the west coast of New Zealand. It also involves the woman's failing new, arranged marriage to a frontiersman due to obsession with playing her piano. The film's score by Michael Nyman became a best-selling soundtrack album, and Hunter played her own piano pieces for the film. She also served as sign language teacher for Paquin, earning three screen credits.
The Piano (1993)
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Touch creates its own language. She touches the piano like a lover, with tenderness, recognition, and the thrill of discovery. Campion positions her atop a cliff, looking down at the instrument. He wants to get close to Ada, and realises early that the piano will allow him to do so. The Piano turns on the complexity of meanings associated with touch — desire, control, liberation, risk, power, pleasure, and violence. Ada, Baines, and Stewart each engage with touch in different ways.
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Don't let the mountains of superlatives that have already been heaped on "The Piano" put you off: Jane Campion's 19th-century love story lives up to its advance notices. Prepare for something very special. Ada's husband-to-be calls her "stunted.