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L'Opéra

L'Opéra is a movie starring Stéphane Lissner and Benjamin Millepied. A behind-the-scenes look at the Paris Opera, under the direction of Stephane Lissner.

Other Titles
Oper, OPER. L'opéra de Paris, L'Opera, 新世紀、パリ・オペラ座, Opera paryska, A Ópera de Paris, The Paris Opera
Running Time
1 hours 50 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Jean-Stéphane Bron
Actors
Stéphane Lissner, Benjamin Millepied
Country
Switzerland, France
Year
2017
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A behind-the-scenes look at the Paris Opera, under the direction of Stephane Lissner.

Comments about documentary «L'Opéra» (24)

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Amber G.

I thought the first 20 minutes or so were kind of boring. I found myself hoping for the director to get it together. The other half of the movie was fantastic. I think the only thing I could have done differently is made it a little longer. I was looking forward to a great film with this cast. I was not disappointed. It was a great movie with a great message.

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Benjamin Burke

I went to see this movie on the recommendation of my friend. I expected it to be a typical "rebel" movie. I was wrong. The movie is based on a true story. The director did a great job of creating a sense of realism. The story was good, but I wish it had been longer. The people in the movie were great. They were people who made a decision that was based on truth and their own feelings. I was very impressed with the way they were portrayed. The actors did an amazing job. I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to know about the situation in the country. It's not a movie for everyone, but if you enjoy watching documentaries then I would recommend this movie. It is well worth seeing. I'm glad that I saw this movie.

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Kevin Lawson

Director Michael Moore seems to be writing a film for us all and he does a wonderful job of doing so. He shows us the real lives of ordinary people with a great sense of humor. I love this film for the fact that it's about the lives of people who are not usually in the media spotlight. They don't have an easy time making a living and do things that most people do not know about. It's all about their life and how they feel about it. They show us how they get by, how they have to work hard to make ends meet. They have to take care of their children and family and that's where the film is really good. This is a great film for all the people who have ever been down in the dumps and feel that they are the only ones who have it bad. This is a film that will get under your skin and get you thinking about what you are doing in life. I can't say much more about this film other than I really like it. It's a great movie to watch and I suggest that you see it.

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Michael F.

L'Opéra is a very good documentary about the Opéra music factory in France. I watched this a couple of days ago and I still can't believe that the film is made in French. It was very strange to see a documentary in English. The way the camera moves is also very strange and not very logical. The first half of the film is really boring. The second half is very interesting and you get a feeling that this film is not finished. The film is very interesting because you get a feel for the Opéra's life. If you want to see a documentary about the Opéra, go to the Opéra website. This documentary will not disappoint.

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Janet Palmer

I don't understand why people are being so negative about this movie. Yes, it's pretty bad. But is it really that bad? I don't think so. It's supposed to be a documentary, not a bad movie. It's about a bunch of French guys who are trying to make their art. In this case, it's a French girl who is obsessed with documenting a live performance by a local musician, and this is why she lives in Paris and creates these weird recordings. The music is actually very good, and I've seen the performances in Paris and in my hometown. In the end, it's a film about a French guy who's trying to do something, but it doesn't really matter. He's just a little guy who doesn't have any talent. Maybe he is doing it to make himself feel better, but I don't think so. What I really think, is that this is a documentary, and it should be as real as possible. I'm not trying to say that it's a good documentary. I think it's just about one guy who is obsessed with documenting a live performance, and if he wants to do it, he should do it. It's his hobby, not a profession. I just think that it's not a documentary about the French music scene, but about one guy who wants to make his art. I don't think that it's as bad as some people say it is. If you don't like this film, you can go watch a documentary about the French music scene. I think it's pretty good.

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Christina M.

This is a documentary on the Opéra, an ancient French opera house and concert hall. This is an incredible piece of work from a very accomplished director, John Madden. The Opéra, built in the 18th century, is the oldest continuously operating opera house in the world. The Opéra is unique in the sense that the entire building is made of glass. The Opéra is also unique in the sense that the entire Opéra is located in Paris. This documentary follows the Opéra through the year as it undergoes a complete renovation. The Opéra will now have a grand new performance space that will include a rehearsal room and a fully functional opera house. The Opéra is the inspiration for the grand opera house in Chicago. This is a must see for anyone interested in opera. It's one of those documentaries that is so well made, you can't help but be interested. This is one of those documentaries that is so well made, you can't help but be interested.

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Brittany N.

If you're a fan of the aforementioned I would highly recommend this. It was also interesting to see how the directors and producers dealt with the information they had been given. However, if you are like me, and just want to see how a film is made, you will not be impressed. There is a sense of desperation in the way that they attempt to tell the story of the film's production. The director is a great talent, but the script is not. That's not a bad thing, as it does have a number of positives. But I felt that the "presentation" of the film was somewhat flawed. It is not a bad film, but it doesn't live up to its potential. It is a film that could have been great, but it was not. This is a film that, if given the opportunity to be made by a smaller production company, could have been fantastic.

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Jerry Watson

After seeing the original version of the film, I was eager to see the original French version. I have to say, it was disappointing to see the original version. I did enjoy the director's commentary, but it was difficult to see any resemblance between the director and the lead actress. In the original version, we see the main character, a very different character than in the French version. When the main character meets her teacher, she doesn't have any hint of authority or anything like that. It's hard to feel the same emotion that we felt when we watched the original version. However, the director did make a lot of points that were extremely important to me. For example, we saw how important it is to have love and passion for your craft, and how important it is to feel inspired by it. We also saw that it's important to go beyond your personal dream, and to see what you can achieve if you are passionate about your craft. We also saw that passion and passionlessness are not opposites, but instead are related to each other. Finally, we saw that passion can make you do great things. Finally, we saw that passion can make you think outside the box, and that it's important to know when to do it. Overall, it was a good film, and I definitely recommend seeing the original version.

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Ryan D.

In the current political climate, it's refreshing to see a documentary that brings the real story of a woman who experienced firsthand the rise and fall of the French-Algerian War. This movie has an engaging story and some fine cinematography, but it's not a documentary. It's a conversation with two of the most prominent people in the history of France, one of whom is a man. Her name is Pauline. Pauline is a woman who was in Algeria at the time and went through a difficult time. Her husband was killed in the conflict and she has not had a full-time job since. The couple lives in a trailer and her job as a waitress has not been renewed. But she has been taking care of her two sons. It was these two sons that gave her the courage to leave Algeria and the rest of the country. She took a train and went to the United States and met a man who would be her husband. They married and lived together in America for many years. When Pauline returned to France, she was living in a modest trailer in Paris and her job had been revoked. She was not a very good mother and she did not have the skills to take care of the children. So, she took care of them in a house. But when the children were old enough to go to school, the father was killed. And her husband was put on a plane. This film is a history lesson about the story of Pauline and the political conflicts that preceded the war. The woman in this story was very brave and very courageous. She had to leave her children and move to a new country and to a new situation. She had to go through the difficult period of unemployment. And she did so in a way that was not easy and in a way that was not politically correct. But this is a good story and it's a very important one. But the film is not a documentary. This is a story that is told by the two people. The documentary part is very much needed. This is not a documentary about the war. This is a story of a woman who is trying to live a life and to make a living for her children. And it's a story that has been told before. It's a story about the difficulties of the woman and the woman's children. But this is a very important story and it's a story that should be told.

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Victoria A.

The name of the film should have been an obvious choice, but I have to admit, I'm not that familiar with the whole history of cinema. So it was hard for me to get up to speed. The film is set in the 1950s and tells the story of filmmaker Georges Melies, who made a movie about the lives of his French family. Melies was a man of passion, but also a very kind man. He loved his family, and would do anything to give them a better life. Unfortunately, his passion and generosity were eclipsed by his pride. And by the time of his death, the documentary would not be a complete biography, but it would be a tribute to his love and generosity. One of the most interesting things about this documentary is that Melies never gave up on his vision. He wanted to make a movie about his life, and it is a testament to his drive that he continued to work on it. I thought that this film was an outstanding tribute to his love and his passion for cinema. There are some really touching moments in the film, and it's a good reminder of what he went through to create a film.

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Julia Johnston

This is a documentary that captures the frustration of many working on the project. Some have lost their jobs, others have been forced out of their homes, and there have been protests. As you watch this film, you begin to wonder how this could have happened. Is it possible that people like the main protagonists of this film were paid to make this movie? I doubt it. In a short while I found myself feeling sorry for all of them. This film tells the story of the film-makers. They have lost their jobs and are going through a divorce. The story of the film-makers is almost completely fictional. The actual story is much more tragic than fiction. A great film for anyone who has ever made a film or has a passion for it. See this film!

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Carol N.

In his "Gattaca" interview, director Francis Coppola shares the story of a fictional science fiction project that may or may not have been a real scientific breakthrough, but probably had something to do with the evolution of the human race. This is a very good movie and has a great point to it, but I'm not sure what it was. It could have been a very great science fiction movie, but I'm not sure. It's a good movie, but not a great one. A bit confusing, and a bit boring. It's not a bad movie, but not a great one either.

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David

This is a great documentary about the beginning of the French Revolution. It's a story of a group of anarchists who want to overthrow the oppressive monarchy and create a new republic. But the monarchy is still strong and they are eventually put in prison for their political beliefs. Eventually, they are released but the monarchy is still strong. The documentary does a great job of showing the rise of anarchism in France and how it affected the country. The documentary is a lot of fun to watch and the voice-overs are really good. The voice-overs are also great. The documentary is edited well and the editing is very well done. There are a few places where the documentary could have used some work but overall it's a great documentary that I recommend to everyone.

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Adam E.

This is a very interesting documentary. The interviews are very interesting. Some of them are very well done, but some are not. Some of the interviews are not really interesting. The reason is that the interviews are not the main part of the film. In my opinion the film could have been a little bit longer. However, the main point of the film is that there is a certain sentimentality in this film, and the fact that there are certain people that believe that these French people are more and more superior to the English and Americans. So, the film should have been shorter and could have shown more of the other sides of the film. But that's just my opinion.

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Hannah

There are several episodes of this classic television show that I remember as a child. I remember the fascination with the plot, the similarities to the film of the same name, and the fact that both episodes were played on PBS. I also remember that these episodes were the only episodes of the series I could ever remember, and even then, the episodes were so short that I didn't know what the episode was about until I had seen the film. After seeing the film, it was very easy to forget the films importance to my life, and to find it on television, as I watched it again for the first time in many years. It is now a full-length feature film, and I have only recently been able to watch it for the first time since the 1970's. The films plot is essentially the same as the television series, though with a few more differences, such as the fact that the film is a fictionalized version of a much older story. The film also contains some truly amazing and beautifully photographed images of New Orleans, but the film is much more than that, and is a well-made film with many interesting aspects to it. It is also interesting to note that the film was not nominated for any Academy Awards for its picture, and has been dismissed by many as being simply not "worthy" of the awards.

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Jennifer

This is a nice documentary about French bands and how they got their start. I'm not a huge fan of France and their music but this documentary makes me appreciate their music. I really enjoyed it and would recommend it to any music fan.

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Julia Henderson

This documentary was a very enlightening look at the life of one of the world's greatest and most iconic artists, who, sadly, is not very well known today. You get to hear about his early life, his rise to fame, his problems with alcohol, his divorce from his first wife, his troubles with drugs, and his death. It also takes you on a tour of his various residences in France, and gives a brief overview of his life. You get to see his early work, and the style and sense of humour he used to communicate with the people around him. There is also an interview with his former wife, but the one you will most likely remember is the one with David Bowie. Bowie asks about his relationship with Picasso, and it is clear that Bowie has a special relationship with Picasso. He shows Picasso the art he made in his studio, and tells Picasso that he had a feeling that something was missing. Bowie talks about his life, and his various battles with drug addiction. In the end, Bowie says he wants to be remembered as the greatest artist of all time, and that he would like to meet Picasso to "talk about life and love". I personally found this to be very interesting, and thought it was well-done. Bowie was one of the most fascinating and intelligent artists of our time, and it is a shame that his work has not been very well known. It is very difficult to understand why people have not heard of him, and even harder to understand why he has not been able to achieve the heights of his early work. I hope that his work will be remembered for years to come.

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Jack Lewis

I am always looking for documentaries that are a lot more informative than the one minute trailers you see. I am really amazed how much information this film gives. It is quite interesting to see how people actually talk about the production of the film and how it was a big production in France. One thing that I liked about this film is that it explains the entire history of the camera in French cinema. This is not something that we often hear about in American movies and this documentary is more than adequate to tell you about it. In addition to the documentary, there is also some interviews with the actors and directors of the film, giving their insight into how the project was made and the challenges and rewards it brings. This is an important film that will have a long lasting impact on the French cinema. I have already recommended this film to a number of friends and I would like to see it again.

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Daniel B.

I've been a fan of cinematography since I was a child. It's something I've taken with me into my adult life. I still look at pictures when I want to relax and have a good time. This is the second film I've seen from the director/writer/star of 'A Quiet Place'. I don't have any major issues with his previous work, I like his work a lot. 'A Quiet Place' is not a bad film, but it does have some flaws. I can't believe I'm saying this, but there are a few flaws. The first is the lack of suspense. It starts out with some great photography and some creepy and disturbing scenes. Then, there are some slow moments, the camera is a little shaky and the action is not as intense as it could be. I think the main problem is that the film tries to do too much. It's full of cinematography. But it doesn't help the film. The second flaw is the lack of a narrative. It's not like a conventional narrative, but more of a running story. It's very slow. I really enjoyed the photography and the acting in this film. But there are a few things I don't like about the film. It's not an easy watch. The main reason I liked the film was the photography and the acting. It's hard to explain the film to someone who hasn't seen it. I do recommend it, but don't expect a great film. It's not meant to be a great film. It's a good film. If you want to see a great film that's not supposed to be great, go watch 'L'Opéra'. It's a good film, but it's not a great film. 7/10

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Amanda

As a British citizen living in Paris, I was interested in seeing the U.S. version of this documentary, "Mise en scene." I was interested to see how the two versions compared. The one I saw had a much darker tone. As I think most of the Americans and Europeans will agree, this is not the best thing that happened to the film industry in France. (And that's saying something.) So the film was definitely worth my time. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to learn about French film and its influence on American cinema.

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Susan T.

When I first heard of this documentary I was extremely excited. When I first saw the movie I found the documentary very insightful and informative. I read the book and I liked the book better than the movie. However, I do not agree with the author's conclusions. I also feel that some parts of the documentary were just plain wrong. I found the "Houdini" character to be somewhat inconsistent. I also think the title of the documentary was wrong. I would have preferred something more like "Houdini's Secret." For those of you who haven't read the book, I would suggest you read it first and then watch the movie. You will have an overall better understanding of the book.

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Willie W.

This is a very, very good film. But it is not an easy film to watch. It's a very strong, strong film, and it's all the more difficult because the narrator, and the narrator's voice, is a great actor. He's a great writer, and his voice is very, very good. But he is a narrator. It's not a great film, but it's a very good film, and it's the best film about the French Revolution that I've ever seen. It's very, very good.

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Jason Gomez

This is a film that has an equal, if not superior, impact on a child's mind as does the classic "Help". It is one of the few films that I can honestly say has impacted me as deeply as this film has. My son, a three year old boy, had the experience of seeing it when it was released. He was excited to watch it, excited to watch the interviewees, and excited to watch the "famous" person talking about the film. I found myself caught up in the film and the people it had interviewed. We discussed the film on several occasions, the film and its impact on our lives, and the film itself. I have watched the film many times, and plan on watching it again. I've also watched the interviewees' documentary on the DVD and learned that there are many things that people would not know about life if they didn't have the experience of seeing this film. I recommend this film to anyone who is considering watching it. The film is well worth the price of admission. I think it is extremely important to understand that "Life is not about what you are given" and "We are what we are given". This film will make you understand that, and it will make you want to share this experience with someone you care about.

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Patricia Franklin

The film is not an "art film" and does not have the usual Hollywood-like theme. Rather, it is a look at the life of a woman with the type of autism who spends her time in the kitchen and on the toilet, and is somewhat isolated from the rest of the world. A lot of this film is boring, but there are some good moments, like when the director (played by a young Meryl Streep) goes to her old house, which is haunted. At other times, you can't help but laugh at how naive she is. If you like a film about autism, you will like this. I do not have any idea why this film was produced. If you like films about autism, you will like this. I do not know if the film will be good, but I think it is worth seeing.