Olga Pashchenko feels at home in all musical styles thanks to her virtuoso and colorful playing. Her performance meets the ideal image that the great filmmakers of the 1920s had in their heads: by accompanying their silent films with live music by contemporary composers, the viewer is immersed in an emotional experience. F.W. Murnau's masterpiece, Tartuffe, was restored for the occasion. This brilliant comedy is a sharp critique of the moral hypocrisy that caused much controversy during the reign of Louis XIV.