[12/11/17 - 06:12 AM] Video: It's Time to Face the Music - Stream the New Season of "Mozart in the Jungle" February 16th on Amazon Video Hailey and Rodrigo's romance deepens as they go public with their relationship in the fourth season of the Emmy and Golden Globe winning series.
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Mozart in the Jungle Season 4 - Official Trailer [HD] | Amazon Video
Hailey and Rodrigo's romance deepens as they go public with their relationship in the fourth season of the Emmy and Golden Globe winning series. As Rodrigo learns what it means to be a boyfriend, Hailey enters a competition in Japan to prove herself as a conductor. Will they be able to balance the demands between their careers and relationship or will it tear them apart?
About Mozart in the Jungle:
What happens behind the curtains at the symphony is just as captivating as what happens on stage. Created by Paul Weitz (About a Boy), Roman Coppola (The Darjeeling Limited), and Jason Schwartzman (Rushmore). Brash new maestro Rodrigo (Gael Garcia Bernal) is stirring things up, and young oboist Hailey (Lola Kirke) hopes for her big chance.
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