“Luciano Pavarotti stands out among opera singers in the late 20th century. A big man with an amazing voice, a lack of discipline undermined his oversized abilities; internationally famous, he had little interest in bringing new audiences to the opera house, instead going for the big bucks in arena concerts.

“Pavarotti, Ron Howard’s new documentary, is an engaging film filled with vintage snapshots, interviews with friends and former colleagues, and, most of all, that marvelously distinctive voice, with all the emotion it could convey. The lovable teddy-bear persona is on full display, too, the endearing, enduring joy at being who and where he was.

“Among the best moments are interviews with his first wife, Adua Veroni, and their three daughters, speaking feelingly of both the joys and difficulties of their family life. The section about his stillborn son, Riccardo, by his second wife, Nicoletta Mantovani, is touching.” - St Louis Post-Dispatch


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