فيلم Dans les pas de Trisha Brown

Dans les pas de Trisha Brown

Dancers from the Trisha Brown Dance Company, teach the ballerinas from the Ballet de l'Opéra in Paris one of Brown's most representative works "Glacial Decoy" (1979).

Other Titles
Dans les pas de Trisha Brown - Glacial Decoy à l'Opéra, In the Steps of Trisha Brown
Running Time
1 hours 19 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Marie-Hélène Rebois
Writer
Marie-Hélène Rebois
Country
France
Year
2016
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

Comments about documentary «Dans les pas de Trisha Brown» (24)

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Anthony S.

This documentary (like every documentary) has a narrative structure, with both the narrator and narrator's audience in a first person perspective. There is a sequence of events where the narrator's narration is lost to the audience. This happens in the first few scenes of the documentary, and then, if the viewer doesn't pick up on this, the narrator narrates back to the audience. The documentary is slow and meandering, though it does include a lot of narration, with little or no dialogue in between. This is one of those documentaries that are "as long as it takes to get to the end," but are just as effective as a documentary film, or even as a movie. "When Trisha Died" is a truly excellent documentary. The subject matter, which is murder and the consequences of a murder conviction, is so complex and should not be easily digestible by anyone, but this documentary does it in a very satisfying and engaging way. The documentary consists of interviews with the accused murderer, his lawyers, the police, and a slew of victims and relatives of the accused murderer. It includes footage from the prosecution, the trial, and the aftermath of the trial, including interview footage from the defense, and it even includes testimony from the accused's family. This documentary is a must see for anyone who wants to understand the insanity of a convicted murderer. I recommend it to anyone who wants to know what it's like to be mentally ill, as well as anyone who wants to understand the consequences of murder. This is one of the best documentaries I've seen in a long time, and it is one of the best documentaries I've seen in a long time. Highly recommended.

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Donna Griffin

This film is not for the faint of heart. It is not for the easily offended. I'm a 17 year old girl who has read the book and I loved it. I watched the movie and I was put through hell. This is the worst movie I have ever seen. I walked out of the theater after 10 minutes and I was only mildly depressed. My friend said that it was like watching a video game, and I agree. There was no plot, I never really cared about any characters except Trisha's mom. I loved the book and I want to see it again, but I cannot. I just don't think this movie deserves any awards.

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Jack T.

If you are a devoted fan of the film, this is the place for you. I have been following the series since the first film and have always been entertained and impressed by the attention to detail and excellent craftsmanship on display. The series has created a standard of professionalism that will only be surpassed in the years to come by the film series that follows. I look forward to seeing the next installments of this series.

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Jessica S.

This is a very powerful documentary about a woman who lost her life to a bank robbery. This film is very entertaining and well acted, as well as informative. In this day and age, it is a sad reminder of the death penalty. However, Trisha's story is not about the death penalty, but the wrongful death of her daughter, who died in an auto accident. She believes that this bank robbery was her daughter's fault and that she was to blame. I believe this is an important and powerful documentary about a woman who lost her life because of the death penalty. The documentary does not have a happy ending, but at the same time, it doesn't encourage any action. It also has an important message about justice and fairness in the justice system. Overall, I would recommend this film to all people, especially people in prison. Also, I think people should not be put in prison for anything that is innocent. We are not guilty until proven guilty. This film will change your mind about the death penalty and hopefully change your life. "You are my little light, and I'm gonna show you what I'm going to do"

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James Sanders

A very powerful documentary that shows how so many people around the world have suffered through this tragedy and how they have taken on the great responsibility of trying to heal the community that was turned into an orphanage by the killers of the children. The sad truth is that these children are no longer alive and the burden of their parents pain has been taken on by their children who, in turn, have taken on their parents pain and their children pain. The children of the orphanage were uneducated and they weren't able to talk to their own parents. They were treated as pets and not people. But in the end, it was a waste of their time and a waste of the lives of their parents. The very poor children in the orphanage and the families of the children who went to live with the orphanage had to be really ugly and not even have a mother or father. The children in the orphanage were beaten. The children were beaten by the adults of the orphanage. The children were beaten by their parents. This is a shame on those who had to suffer through these things. It's shameful that these children and their families are suffering. This is a disgrace on those who were sent to these children. In some ways, the orphanage and the people who were sent there should be blamed for the children's suffering. In other ways, it's the children's parents who must be punished. But, we shouldn't forget that it's the parents and the children who have to suffer and take responsibility for what they have done. We should understand that these people had to suffer. It's their fault. But, in this case, it's not just the children who have to suffer. It's the parents who did the beating, the parents who took the beating and the children who were also beaten. This was a terrible tragedy that has taken place and that's why it's a shame that there aren't any long-term survivors and there aren't any long-term survivors of the orphanage. And, we shouldn't forget that the victims of the children's parents were the ones who took responsibility for their children and were trying to heal the people who were being beaten by the parents. This is a disgrace. But, it's the children's parents who are the ones who have to bear the responsibility for what they have done. That's why they're the ones who have to bear the burden for what they've done. In other words, the children who were sent to this orphanage have taken on the responsibility for what their parents have done. In the end, the orphanage had to suffer. But, it was their fault.

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Olivia Stone

When I first heard about this documentary I was actually pretty skeptical about this feature, I thought the documentary would just be a lot of rehashing old footage that was boring and just boring, but in all honesty, this documentary was much more than that. It wasn't a documentary that you'd watch just to see a rehashed series of footage, this is a documentary about the film Trisha Brown. It's a beautiful and intimate documentary that has so much going for it. It's the same story that every woman has, and every man has, and every man wants. Every man wants to be a better man, and every woman wants to be a better woman. Trisha Brown is the story of the film Trisha Brown, the story of a woman who was rejected from a high school because she was just too pretty and too pretty. But she didn't give up on herself and went through all that to be a better person. Every woman has this film to tell her story and she tells it in the best way she knows how. The documentary is just a stunning, inspiring and beautiful piece of work. The way she speaks to us in her everyday life is just incredible, the camera work is really well done and it's very intimate. It's a very important film and I think that this documentary deserves a place amongst all the others in the documentary genre. 10/10

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Emily D.

Wow, what an incredibly moving documentary. I had seen the interviews of the women in the house but I wanted to see the real story, and the family that was there. I have to admit that I am a filmmaker myself, but this documentary blew me away. I am not sure how I could have been more impressed. This is a must see, and I hope that other people will see it as well. Thank you to all involved.

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Christina Garcia

This is a great film about a grandmother whose life was ripped apart by a lack of justice in the justice system. The doc is very well done and deserves more recognition. It is also very well-made and well edited. The entire film is excellent in every way. I am impressed with the number of films that have been made about the injustices that exist in our justice system. These films are part of the problem, not the solution.

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Craig K.

This is an extraordinary documentary on the artist Trisha Brown, who has been considered the most influential female artist of the 20th century. It details the controversy surrounding her name, which has historically been linked to pedophilia, and is of particular interest to those who have experienced child abuse as a child. I can imagine how difficult it must be to deal with the aftermath of abuse, and to actually deal with the world as it is today. This documentary does not shy away from portraying her struggle as an artist and the difficult times she faced. At the same time, it also explores her personal life, exploring both her successes and failures. This is a very well-made documentary, and I highly recommend it to those who have some knowledge of the artist and her work.

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Sarah

I am not sure why I had not seen this before. I just happen to live in the USA, and would like to see what I can from there, and it came to me very slowly.I was impressed by the great picture of the places in California. It is the same with Thailand, especially the volcanoes and the rain forests. It is not enough to just see the beautiful places. You have to see them in their beauty, as well. I liked to see the country and not the people. I am always at a loss for the last place I have been, if I have not been there, at least in pictures, and this movie will help me to get a better impression. I like the movies about the history of the world, the present and the future, but this one will help me to look deeper. Thanks to the people of the Philippines for making it, and thank you to all of you. I want to make a movie about the Philippines, to find the places in the movie, to travel there. I have not been there in a long time. I hope I will see the next parts.

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Barbara

Diana Steele's Documentary on her life and career as a musician. I found it inspiring, inspiring, inspiring. She put out a really good documentary. I think it was probably one of the best documentaries I've seen. The one thing that I was also interested in was how she came to be an actress. She actually started in her childhood in the music hall. She was really fascinated by it. It just kind of kind of got lost in her life. She was making music and composing music and doing everything, and it kind of just went away. But the thing that really interested me about the documentary was how Diana got her name. The music hall, the children that she had in the music hall, and her family. And she actually wanted to go to New York to start a record company. But then it kind of went away. And it's like it just sort of became her life. But the one thing that I think was interesting was she actually became a famous music icon and then kind of disappeared. I think it kind of shows that it doesn't really matter what you do, you can still be successful. It's just like any other career. You just have to get in the right situation, the right people, the right money, and you can still have a successful career. But it's definitely not the one you would expect.

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Randy Tucker

I will always love you when you're sick and need a home, but when you're in the hospital and have to leave your family, and only a dog, to find you, the very thought is enough to send you over the edge. But Trisha did that very thing, when she needed the help. And now she has made a home for dogs, and is taking care of them, when she can't do it on her own, and I think that's one of the things that really made me cry, she cared for people who were in a similar situation. I can't believe that there are so many people who don't know her, I think she's a huge hero, and she's just great. I hope that the person that Trisha saves is well, she's in heaven now. And that she can find the person who needs her, and can make a home for them.

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Ethan G.

A powerful documentary that captures the life and times of a woman who has lived a life of extraordinary courage and strength in the face of a life-threatening condition. The journey she took in order to tell her story is unforgettable and heartbreaking. The courage and fortitude that she must have had to stay alive, and her resilience and strength in facing her condition shows the strength of her spirit and how she took on all those things that were very difficult for her. Her decision to share her story with the world shows her strength and courage, and the power of her story. The documentary was really inspirational and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about Trisha Brown. I wish I had known more about Trisha and her story and it shows that one can learn and take on many things, even in a challenging situation. The power of the documentary was in how it was able to show the courage of Trisha Brown. The documentary was not able to capture the whole story but it was able to capture the moments and the spirit that was in Trisha and it showed that she was able to overcome the challenges that she was faced with and she was able to take on the strength that she needed to do so.

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Evelyn L.

I am not a big fan of soap operas. I feel that they are very superficial and they do not teach anything about human nature. However, Trisha Brown is different. There is a new twist to the soap opera. Her experience and her story is very revealing. I have a lot of respect for this woman. I love how she managed to make a living, while having a difficult job. The main subject of this documentary is human nature and the effect of media. This topic has been done to death in many films. If you are a big fan of Trisha Brown you will like this documentary. If you are a big fan of soap operas, you will not. But if you are a person that enjoys the questions that are asked in a documentary, you will like this documentary. I give it 10 out of 10.

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Robert P.

This film is beautiful and sad at the same time. One year after the tragic events of the U.S. team bombing of the International Security Assistance Force in Mogadishu, a group of four journalists (including Trisha Brown) and two journalists from the U.S. Army's special operations forces (2nd Platoon) has been kidnapped in Somalia. The world seems to be quite calm after the events of September 11th, and yet the U.S. Government still refuses to acknowledge the deaths of U.S. troops and refuses to help the U.S. media and others to solve the problems in Somalia. The film is based on the story of the U.S. Army soldiers, and it was an incredible experience to see how this group of Americans managed to cover all aspects of their mission: the filming, the transportation of the reporters, the armed forces guarding them. For me the most memorable part of the film was the portrayal of the Somali people, and how people in their own society were feeling the consequences of the U.S. bombing of their country. I highly recommend this film, and the other members of the crew. Thanks to all of you.

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Alexander L.

I've been following this documentary since it was released in 2006. It was a great way to get a look at what the women are really experiencing as the children grow older. It was sad to see how much this documentary could really make you think about this issue. It really made me think about the care women have for their kids, how they feel about it, and how you should act toward your children. It was a very emotional, but very powerful film. This documentary is not only important for women who want to know what they are really dealing with, but for all of us who can't watch our children grow up with more abuse, drug addiction, and mental illness.

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Kathryn Hayes

This movie is absolutely amazing. The way the guy talks to his child is so deep and tells his life story. I loved the movie so much that I cried a lot. I highly recommend this movie to all people.

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Donald Barnett

Well-told story of a true-to-life story of what happened to my daughter and me. We cannot remember that we ever left our parents or children. What a tragedy it is to lose such an important person in such a short time, and to feel so hopeless. We all need to be taught a few lessons from this, even if the message comes from a true-to-life story.

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Albert R.

Like so many of us, my first exposure to true cinema was probably on television. And I've watched so many documentaries and feature films that were all just so inspiring, beautiful, and powerful. And that's what made me decide to start a feature documentary on the same subject. Not only because I was impressed by the quality of some of the movies I had seen on television, but also because it felt like I could be a part of something much greater. And that's why I went to the Internet to find out how to make a documentary about a subject that was never really looked at before. And I'm happy to say that I got an important part of that answer. After I saw this documentary, I knew I had to watch it again. And I'm glad I did.

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Randy Henry

It's not often that a documentary manages to change the way I feel about a subject. This one did for me. The makers of the film will be watching closely to see if this one goes any higher.

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Beverly P.

In the end, this film is not about Trisha Brown. It is about all of us, and how we live our lives. It is about what happens when we are sick, and how we react when we are sick, and how we heal. And it is about how we act in the time of our illness, and how we react to the people who love us. It is a very powerful, very real film. What I love most is that I get to know and watch people in their late stages of illness. What I am about to say is that Trisha Brown, the amazing person she is, is the star of this film, and I do not mean that in a negative way. Trisha Brown is the heart of this film. Trisha Brown gives us her perspective on life and the people who love us. She gives us hope, and she gives us the strength to move on. Trisha Brown is not perfect, but I see her as a beacon of hope in an ocean of hopelessness.

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Angela Munoz

This movie speaks to the face of radical Islamism. It is a good example of how to take on a multi-faceted situation in a rational, un-orchestrated and positive way. The international media and the anti-Islamic right wing politicians have given these terrorists a bad name. This movie is a great example of the art of journalism and the importance of facts and images. The director has done a brilliant job of showing the problems that the modern terrorist has created and show the solutions. He has done it very effectively. If you are against radical Islamism then this movie is for you. You will learn a lot from this movie and learn to fight against Islamism. I recommend this movie to everyone. This movie is a must watch.

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John Rivera

Well, I guess you have to be a masochist to go watch a movie with subtitles, and I suppose that is why I missed this movie until now. This film had a perfect balance of personal stories, medical stories and celebrity stories, and was as a whole, a very well thought out, real and relatable story of how those who are deaf and hard of hearing can make their life a bit easier in their daily life. I would definitely recommend this movie to anyone who wants to know more about this great gift.

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Amy Santos

A mesmerizing documentary that is definitely a must see! At the heart of this film is the story of Trisha Brown, who was a young girl who came from a dysfunctional family. The story focuses on Trisha and her struggles of getting out of the situation she was in and trying to overcome obstacles she was facing. She ended up being an aspiring artist who was living the life she wanted, but was never able to break free of the ways in which she was affected by her family and how they impacted her life. The film was beautifully shot, with great music that helped Trisha get through those tough times. The documentary also included interviews with Trisha's friend, dad, and family. The conversations between the three were very informative. There is a great lesson that I learned from this film. One of the things that Trisha learns is that it is okay to try and get out of a situation that is difficult to get out of. She also learns that you have to fight your way through and is not necessarily that hard. This movie is a must see for anyone who is interested in the art of photography or has an interest in the lives of artists. It is a great movie to watch on a rainy day or to pass the time in your life.