Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
In this melodrama, a tough, embittered pianist is angry because he never achieved the glory he felt he deserved. His life changes when he meets a young woman dying from leukemia. She helps him to feel more confident and then gets him a Paris booking. As his star begins to rise, she begins to die. She is on her deathbed the night before his big performance, and at first, the pianist refuses to leave her, but she pleads with him to go and so he does. Somehow, the woman musters the last of her strength and manages to make it backstage to hear him play. She happily dies listening to him play.
love, career, life-choices, self-sacrifice, stars [celebrities], terminal-illness, death, dye