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There are films that are not particularly bad, not really bad, but then they are not quite good enough. I hardly know what I mean. Perhaps an analogy will best explain my position. Watching "Grand Piano" was like that not quite memorable meal that you eat and are still hungry an hour later. Grand Piano is a thriller that is not quite thrilling enough. The actors seem to be sleep walking. Watch it, but only if you understand this is an hour and a half that you will loose forever. A film that offers no returns on your investment of time. But, then really, it wasn't horrible, but then, it wasn't a great film experience. Perhaps it was not meant to be.
A talented pianist who stopped performing because of his stage fright, reappears in public in a long-awaited concert and finds a message written on the score: "Play one wrong note and you die."