Would anyone besides me love to see a movie about the life of Jascha Heifetz? The constant adulation which over time wore him down until he didn't know who to trust? Being booed by G.I.s in World War Two because they didn't understand his music? The depth of feeling and complexity which those who knew him say he had, but would never allow his audience to see? I mean, this is the kind of stuff Hollywood lives for! (and usually does pretty well!) What do you guys think?
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