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‘Tár’ review: Cate Blanchett guns for an Oscar with a seismic role

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Bohemian Rhapsody” about a celebrated maestro we would all be more familiar with if we had the time and money to regularly attend the Berliner Philharmoniker and skim Der Spiegel.

Nein! She’s fake.Running time: 158 minutes. Rated R (some language and brief nudity). In theaters.Field’s extraordinarily detailed, start-to-finish exhilarating “Tár,” however, might convince you otherwise by the end.

Honestly, I fully believed she existed after about five minutes, when Lydia Tár (Cate Blanchett) — the world’s most celebrated conductor — sits down for a ticketed New Yorker talk in Manhattan.

The mood, questions and answers are a mirror image of how those pretentious subscriber events really are. It’s spooky.In an assuredly deep voice, like that of Elizabeth Holmes, Tár discusses the influence of her mentor Leonard Bernstein (who was, of course, real) and her five years spent studying in Africa; she poetically explains the importance of time on conducting a piece of music.

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