I just finished watching Maestro and I have to say, it was incredibly theatrical! ...and that's pretty much it. Lenny really hit the nail on the head when he talked about the stark contrast between the Maestro's life as a conductor and a composer. It felt like the whole film was meticulously orchestrated, but lacked genuine emotions. The script seemed to rely heavily on Felicia to bring out his humanity. I wonder if this was intentional or just lazy writing? Who knows, but what I do know is that this movie spoke volumes about Felicia, despite the title being Maestro.