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Francia Edition, PAL/Region 0 DVD: IDIOMAS: Franc s ( Dolby Digital 5.1 ), Alem n ( Subtitulos ), Espa ol ( Subtitulos ), Franc s ( Subtitulos ), Holand s ( Subtitulos ), Ingl s ( Subtitulos ), WIDESCREEN (1.85:1), EXTRAS: Acceso De la Escena, Documental, Featurette, Menú Interactivo, Sistema 2-DVD, SYNOPSIS: Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme was the eleventh comedie-ballet of Moliere (regarded as France's Shakespeare) and Lully (the first major French opera composer, although he was of Italian origin) and was first performed in 1670. It is regarded as the culmination of their co-operation. This production is claimed to be the first for some centuries to present the work as it would have been seen by King Louis XIV and his court. English speaking audiences familiar with Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme know it as a play. Those of us who are French opera buffs may also be acquainted with the Leonhardt CD of the musical component of the play. This extraordinarily beautiful and energetic production by Le Poeme Harmonique combines the two. Because the entire production is candlelit - a row of partly concealed candles serving as footlights - the faces, which are lit from below, have an almost surrealistic quality. Olivier Salvan portrays Jourdain as a large, plump, still quite young, naive and generous enthusiast. When he falls asleep at the end of the sublime, extended dialogue en musique between three singers, which comes not long after the opening of the comedie-ballet, his large, soft, oval face is propped to one side like a Chinese mask. Visually this production is stunning - the cinematography is on a par with a Terrence Malick film such as Days of Heaven. Moliere, the former tapestry maker, (a fact which is explained in a film about the making of the production, which follows the main comedie-ballet) would have been delighted by the sumptuous an...The Bourgeois Gentleman ( Le Bourgeois gentilhomme )

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