Maestro: A Symphony of Terror

It’s basically 'Mr. Holland’s Opus' meets 'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.'


The Maestro: A Symphony of Terror

The Maestro is a loving tribute to the cult classics of the past, but also an exploration into deep philosophical issues about the nature of art.

The tale of a genius provoked and pushed into madness and beyond,
The Maestro tells the story of Arun, a composer and conductor who tried to make it in Europe but has ended up teaching high society children in Thailand. For years, he has been composing a magnum opus, The Tongues of Angels, and dreams of premiering it under his own baton. The Covid crisis allows him to create an imagined utopia for gifted young musicians in the middle of nowhere, far from the pestilence and corruption of the outside world ... but things go horribly wrong.

It is a work of transcendence, of wildness … and a touch of madness.

"An amazing bridge between classical music and horror film." ~ Frank Arnold, Epd-Film, October 28, 2021. (translated from German)

"A loving tribute to the cult classics of the past." ~ Goethe Institut Thailand, January 11, 2022

"Weirdly comic moments pop up." ~ Usnisa Sukhsvasti, July 2, 2021, The Future List
Not Rated
Fantasy, Horror
Paul Spurrier
SP Somtow
SP Somtow, Vithaya Parnsringarm, Sahajak Boonthanakit, Michael Shaowanasai, Kittitat Karnchanabovorn, Sirinya Puengsuwan
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