Since they have different lives, they have to separate without seeing each other again. Lyla is also aware that she is pregnant. Evan follows Arthur to his home in a condemned theater, and is taken in by Maxwell "Wizard" Wallace Robin Williamsa vagrant, arrogant, and aggressive musician who teaches homeless children music and employs them as street performers.
Seeing the posters that Jeffries has posted for the runaway Evan, Wizard destroys all the ones he finds, hoping to keep Evan and his gift for his own gain.
Evan has a very strong faith that if he could learn to play the music he will have a chance to be found by his parents. Their orphaned son Freddie Highmore uses his musical talent as a clue to find his birth parents. Her father did not approve of this, he wanted Lyla to have a successful career without the obstacle of a child.
He picks up both skills so quickly that Hope gets the attention of the parish pastor Mykelti Williamsonwho takes August to Juilliard where he once again impresses the faculty.
Jeffries finds a misplaced flyer for "August Rush" with a picture, and realizing August is Evan, also heads for the concert. Lyla is a renowned and beautiful cellist and Louis is a guitar player and vocalist at a club.
Now performing on the streets of New York and cared for by a mysterious stranger, August uses his remarkable musical talent to seek the parents from whom he was separated at birth. While in the hospital, she gave birth to a son. However, Wizard interrupts the rehearsal and claims to be his father, and manages to pull August out of the school.
While looking for him, she takes up the cello again and accepts an offer to perform with the Philharmonic at a series of concerts in Central Park. After an argument with her father, Lyla ran out of a restaurant and was hit by a car.
There are three composers featured, of which he is the last; his mother is the cellist in the preceding performance. After Jeffries meets Wizard and Arthur on the street and becomes suspicious, the police raid the derelict theatre in which Wizard and his "children" are living. So he runs away to New York City.
August tells him of his dilemma, and Louis encourages him to go. On the day of the outdoor concert, August is back in his spot in Washington Square, while Wizard makes plans to smuggle him around the country to play.
After that, both Louis and Lyla give up their music careers. The night of the concert, Evan finally chooses to run from Wizard in favor of performing at his concert. He gives Evan the stage name "August Rush" and tries to market him to clubs. Louis reconnects with his brothers at a birthday party for one of the other band members, and after an argument and fistfight over breaking up the band, he decides to reconnect with the woman he now knows is Lyla.
He meets Arthur, a boy who was playing the guitar on a street corner for money. From that one night together Lyla became pregnant with their child. A drama with fairy tale elements, where an orphaned musical prodigy uses his gift as a clue to finding his birth parents.
Evan has the savant-like ability to hear music wherever he is, making him a bullying target for the older orphans. However, Wizard interrupts the rehearsal and claims to be his father, and manages to pull August out of the school. Because of his perfect performance, Evan is granted an opportunity to play his music in Central Park in front of thousands of people.
Little did she know, her father forged her signature on the adoption papers. August finishes his rhapsody and as he turns to discover his parents, he smiles knowing that he has been right all along.The #1 Movie Review, Analysis, Question and Answer Site August Rush () school, Juilliard.
There he receives an education where his genius is recognized, and he creates his composition - August Rhapsody in C major.
At the same time, Lyla and Louis both begin to play music again and Louis returns to New York. This is your chance to. Niel Patrick E. Pagulayan HRDM 2-ID August Rush August Rush is the kind of movie the whole heartedly believes in its characters and its story that it asks any kind of disbelief not only be merely suspended, but expelled into oblivion/5(2).
With Wizard, Evan’s lifelong dream of playing music becomes a reality, and in realizing Evan is a boy-genius with all things music, Wizard gives Evan the stage name “August Rush” (which doesn’t hurt in disguising Evan from child services).
This critical analysis will reveal how the movie “August Rush” directed by Kirsten Sheridan, relates to the concept of belonging. August Rush is a story of drama. August Rush Character Analysis. Topics: Family, BIT-CPT General Psychology August Rush August Rush is a movie which is a psychological movie that deals with the connection of the nature and nurture development.
Nature development is responsible for cognitive aspects such as mental capacities, endowments, innate traits and other. August Rush is a American drama film directed by Kirsten Sheridan and produced by Richard Barton Lewis. The screenplay is by Nick Castle and James V.