'In Search of Mozart' is extraordinary not only in its breadth (from the first K number to the last, interviews with experts such as Jonathan Miller and Stanley Sadie, as well as top performers such as Renee Fleming, Magdalena Kozena, Julian Rachlin, Leif Ove Andnes...), but also its depth. Director Phil Grabsky tackles his complex subject with enormous gusto (and some subtlety), exploring what made Mozart the man tick, his relationship with his dad, his wife and his children, the historical context of 18th century Europe, the music scene of the time, and the modern relevance of those great operas. This is a film for Mozart experts and Mozart novices alike; it's never patronising, it's always entertaining, and it's full of some of the world's loveliest music. Highlights include Jonathan Miller damning Glyndebourne, Renee Fleming talking about how Mozart understood women, and Lang Lang saying something very odd about how Mozart's music changes from a 'nice lady' to a 'little girl lost in the forest'... And not a powdered wig in sight. Absolutely top notch stuff.