Product DetailsGérard Depardieu plays a court composer at Versailles whose sense of artistic emptiness causes him to reflect upon his old music teacher (Jean-Pierre Marielle), a man who taught him more than music but whom he ultimately betrayed. (The younger version of Depardieu's character is portrayed by the actor's son, Guillaume.) Alain Corneau's gorgeous 1991 film has a slow, deliberative air about it, with little dialogue and a painterly look (shot by cinematographer-director Yves Angelo, maker of Colonel Chabert) that paradoxically inspires both excitement and meditation. A period costume piece that chooses to understate pageantry for ideas and emotions, this film is quite special.
Store CommentsSpecial Features Documentary feature Jordi Savall: In Search of the Perfect Sound Interviews with director Alain Corneau, actor Jean-Pierre Marielle and composer/conductor Jordi Savall Making of Featurette Cesar Awards Footage Original French Theatrical Trailer Commemorative 8 Page Booklet
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