فيلم Relève: Histoire d'une création

Relève: Histoire d'une création

Relève: Histoire d'une création is a movie starring Benjamin Millepied. Reset documents the creation Benjamin Millepied's first ballet as Artistic Director of the Paris Opera Ballet, the oldest national ballet company in the world,...

Other Titles
Η ιστορία μιας πρεμιέρας, ミルピエ パリ・オペラ座に挑んだ男, Relève - Benjamin, baletten och de bråda dagarna, Reset. Czarny labedz, Reset - O Novo Balé da Ópera de Paris, Relève - Die Geschichte einer Kreation, Reset, Relève: histoire d'une création
Running Time
1 hours 50 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Alban Teurlai, Thierry Demaizière
Actors
Benjamin Millepied
Country
France
Year
2015
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Reset documents the creation Benjamin Millepied's first ballet as Artistic Director of the Paris Opera Ballet, the oldest national ballet company in the world, and one of the most prestigious. The appointment of Millepied, best-known for his choreography for the film "Black Swan," was an untraditional choice and his first ballet was eagerly anticipated. The film shows a work of love and the creation of beauty.

Comments about documentary «Relève: Histoire d'une création» (14)

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George M.

A lot of people complain about the meaning of this film. I think it's a very good film. I was only able to get into it after seeing it. I was a little hesitant at first, but as the film progressed, I became more interested in it. The main reason for this is because it shows the French people through their reactions to the news of the bombing. I have also noticed that in many places, people seem to be confused. This is because they are seeing a film that doesn't focus on the bombings, but instead focuses on the news. I think this is a good thing because it gives you a different perspective on the bombing. Also, I think that the film could have been longer. I would have liked to have seen more of the people involved, and more footage of the bombing itself. Overall, I really enjoyed this film, and would recommend it to anyone. It is really interesting and well made. I think it's worth a watch.

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Harry

Histoire d'une création (1974) is a film from France about the life of the late great French composer, François Pinaud, who was an eccentric, romantic, and brilliant composer, but also an active gay man. The film is very informative and pretty much gives a picture of what it was like to be around him during his life. It's also very insightful about what gay men felt like back in the 70s. The film is very well made and has a lot of great music. There are some great musical numbers and some interesting story ideas. It's definitely a film worth seeing. However, I would advise against seeing it in English, as the French dialogue is very difficult to understand.

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Stephanie

I've watched this film twice and still don't have enough words to describe it. It's very well made. It's in French and you'll have to read the subtitles, but once you do, the film will be worth the time. I had the privilege to meet the director (Jean-Marie Perron) and his wife, the author of the book on which the film is based. They have the gift of words. You'll feel like they're right there with you. It's a story of a family torn apart by the loss of a child. The father, the mother, the sister and the aunt are all deeply affected by the loss. The director is obviously a very well-educated person. He knows how to use his camera to express the emotions of his subjects. It's a very well done film, even though I would not call it a masterpiece. I'm not sure that it's a documentary. I can only say that it's a very well made film and I can't wait to see the director's next project. It's just too bad that the director died while working on it. The director's wife (Helene Perron) had a very difficult time with her husband's death. She was having a very difficult time in her own life and she thought that the film might be her salvation. I hope she had the same luck with her work. I think that a film like this deserves to be seen by as many people as possible. It's a movie that people who are not French, not English, or not English speaking need to see. It's an important film. I'm sure that if you've never heard of the story before, you'll learn something from this film. I give it a 9/10.

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Howard

Well, it is a pity that the topic of this movie was not covered more. The documentary is about a woman who was accused of having an affair with an old man, who died before he could testify in court. That man was not a criminal. He had a family, who were not rich and who were going to have their own funeral. The woman was just a victim of the system and she should have been given a second chance. That is what the documentary tries to show, but I must say that it fails to show it. I think it should have been shown more, because the system was not the only thing that affected her. In the end, it was all about the death of her lover. She had a hard time dealing with the fact that the man was dead, and that she had to live with the consequences of her actions. The documentary does not have the clarity of a good documentary, but it does have the focus and the relevance.

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Pamela Wong

I saw this movie in the cinema and it was fascinating to see how people reacted to this film, because I did not know what to think about it. I thought that the director had put together a very strong documentary, with many interviews with people from all over the world, some from the 1960s and 1970s, others from the 1980s. The questions that the director asked seemed very sincere, and they were clearly based on historical events. However, I have to say that I am quite shocked by some of the answers the director gave. I think that the director should have spoken more clearly to the director of the American Centre for South Africa and to the director of the American Centre for Defence Studies. As a person who has lived in South Africa for many years, I can say that I have seen a lot of good things in my country, but this documentary did not show that. I think that the director was very honest with the people he interviewed, and that he did not try to get the answers of the people that he interviewed. I think that this film would be more relevant to the general public if it was not about South Africa. However, I do think that the director did a good job, and I recommend it to people who want to know more about the history of South Africa.

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Phillip

I would have given this film 10 stars if it wasn't for the abysmal acting of the main characters. They sounded as if they were trying to be genuine, but the writing was terrible and they just sounded like they were trying too hard. I would not recommend this movie to anyone.

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Janice W.

The documentary is a great insight into the personal struggle and inner battle of a woman who was accused of a crime that she was never charged with. It shows that she was accused of being a whore and of having sex with her husband while he was on the toilet, which would be considered a crime in France. While she was in prison she had to fight for her right to be seen as a normal person. This documentary has several moments that are very emotional and show her struggles as a person. The documentary is well worth watching.

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Russell Price

This film is a very beautiful work of art, but it is not a documentary. It is a film of historical events, with a very strong emphasis on the ones that happened in the name of religion and religion alone. It is a very important work of art and I have to say that I am very happy that I was able to see it. But if I were to be a critic, I would say that the film is a little bit too long, and it can be a little bit boring sometimes. I think it would have been better if the film had a shorter length, and I think that the film is a little bit too long. It is a good film, but it is not a documentary. It is a work of art that should be seen by everyone, but I would not recommend it to anyone who has not been a member of the Church of France for a very long time.

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Sara Long

As a retired archaeologist I am familiar with the importance of the artifacts found in ancient sites. I am also a fan of science fiction movies, and this one is no exception. The archaeological value of the movie is the idea of the past being recorded, and its value is the future that is recorded. I was pleased to see a movie that focuses on the value of the past, and what people are willing to do to preserve it. This movie is a must-see.

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Benjamin Greene

The movie begins with the story of the French Revolution and ends with the story of the French Revolution and it is a documentary. This is one of those documentaries that tells the story of one person and their story and it is important. The director is trying to give the viewer a picture of life in France in the time of the French Revolution. I was very moved by the interviews. It was a fascinating, sad, powerful story. It was a very important story to tell. I could not stop thinking about the people and the stories of the people that I have met. It was a very interesting documentary.

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Jeffrey

I was interested to see what was going on with the research of this film. A few months ago I had read an article about "Histoire de la création" in the magazine "Le Nouvel Observateur", which brought to my mind the story of the "Blue Book" from the magazine "Le Figaro" in the same year, and the similar (but not identical) documentary of "La Crise" from the magazine "Le Parisien" in 1978. So I thought I should check out "Histoire de la création". I was very impressed by the research and the research crew, who have made a nice documentary of the story, which goes back to the days of the Revolution in Paris. The story goes back to the history of the French Revolution, which I have not seen before. The film is informative and has good images of the Revolution, of the politics and of the Parisians during the time of the Revolution. I was very impressed by the technical aspects, the camerawork, the editing and the directing, and I loved the music by the composer Pierre Boulez. I would like to see the film again, and I would recommend it to all who are interested in history, French Revolution and French culture.

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Russell

I can't understand why so many people are giving this movie a low rating, even though it is not a bad movie. This is the first movie I've seen which had been made by a woman, so I can only hope that more women will be given the chance to make movies of this kind. The acting is good, the story is interesting, and the photography is beautiful. It's a great movie to watch with a friend or family member, and you can't help but be happy when the movie ends.

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Brittany B.

I've been following this documentary since it first appeared on the screen. I'm not sure how many times I've watched it, but it's hard to find time to do so. Every time I watch it I'm reminded of the real life of Eric Leder. He was a nice guy, a lover of classical music, but he was a "bad boy" - a criminal - a person who made a lot of money. This documentary covers all of his crimes. The movie is quite boring, and at times the narrator seems like a self-appointed narrator. But the director, Catherine Breillat, is a true professional. The story is interesting and the camera-work is excellent. The director is an ex-cop who has made a documentary about a criminal. The film is quite intense, and I recommend it to anyone who is interested in crime documentaries.

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Carl H.

Folks, this is a movie that I recommend to everyone. I will keep it short and sweet. The film is about a professor who in the 1960s was a friend of Alain Robbe-Grillet and was the first person to write about the behavior of the hippies. He was the first to write about the behavior of the hippies in a way that anyone could understand. And so, I will keep it short and sweet. This film is a must see. The film has an incredible collection of interviews with people who have been affected by the hippie movement, as well as with people who were affected by it. The film also has interviews with people who are involved in the movement, like James Ellroy, David Crosby, and others. I would say the interviews are of the highest quality. I love that they are from the beginning to the end. This is an amazing documentary. I would say that it's a must see. This is a documentary that I highly recommend.