The Soloist Movie, The Soloist Movie Review

The Soloist Movie, The Soloist Movie Review. The Soloist (Fic Salzman) by Mark Salzman is also about a musician, a child prodigy on the cello who suddenly looses his gift at the age of 18. He is left trying to figure out what’s next and who he is if he is not a concert cellist. He learns a lot about himself when he becomes the only jurist unwilling to convict a young schizophrenic boy for murder. He gains insights when he agrees to teach another young boy who like himself has remarkable musical abiliities. But it is sitting on the ground in his good pants at a turnout in the road to the Wilson Observatory that he has an epiphany. Once he understands, he can move forward with his life.

Check out HBO’s The Soloist schedules below:

- Sun, Jan 3, 12:05 AM
- Sun, Jan 3, 6:00 PM
- Tue, Jan 5, 1:00 PM
- Tue, Jan 5, 9:00 PM
- Thu, Jan 7, 10:00 AM
- Thu, Jan 7, 10:00 PM
- Sun, Jan 10, 2:00 PM
- Mon, Jan 11, 12:15 AM
- Thu, Jan 14, 9:30 AM
- Thu, Jan 14, 5:30 PM
- Sat, Jan 16, 8:00 AM
- Sat, Jan 16, 4:00 PM

In 2005, the only thing hurting Los Angeles Times columnist Steve Lopez more than his face from a recent bike accident was his pressing need for story ideas. That is when he discovers Nathaniel Ayers, a mentally ill, homeless street musician who possesses extraordinary talent, even through his half-broken instruments. Inspired by his story, Lopez writes an acclaimed series of articles about Ayers and attempts to do more to help both him and the rest of the underclass of LA have a better life. However, Lopez’s good intentions run headlong in the hard realities of the strength of Ayers’ personal demons and the larger social injustices facing the homeless. Regardless, Lopez and Ayers must find a way to conquer their deepest anxieties and frustrations to hope for a brighter future for both of them.