This award winning film tells the story of the 86 year old last surviving member of the most famous string quartet of the 20th century, The Amadeus. Martin Lovett was the English born cellist in the quartet and is the only living member. He remembers his experiences with the quartet, the worldwide travels, and adventures, and we see and hear him playing music today as well as in rare archive footage from his youth. Documentary film maker Michael Slowe's family knew all the members of the quartet and his relationship with Martin Lovett has been of great help in the making of the film. Made in 2012 the film was shot in digital HD.