I finally watched this for the first time this week and while it was a beautiful movie, one thing kind of bothered me. As someone who doesn't really know the real story of David Helfgott, I was a bit confused by the way this was filmed. And I'm hoping someone can clear it up. One minute, David is performing a very difficult Rachmaninoff piece (I think it was Piano Concerto 3) when he was about 13 (or at least he looked like he was 13). Then he stood up to applause and then he collapsed. The next scene they showed was him getting electro shock treatments. But they never explained exactly what happened that brought him to that point. They just went from him performing to him in a psychiatric hospital. So why was he there? The scene seemed to be thrown in there haphazardly with no explanation at all. It was almost like "Okay, well we have this scene....oh, let's just throw it here and people will figure it out." But as I said, I don't really know the real story of David Helfgott so it was a bit confusing for me. Can someone help me out?