Conversations à Rechlin

Overview

Adapted from the novel Chemin Venel by Martine Chevalier, and written and directed for the stage by François Dupeyron, the musical drama Conversations à Rechlin emerged as a 2009 co-production of the Grand Théâtre de Genève and Les Films en Hiver. Set in Europe circa 1944, with the final act of World War II and the fall of the Reich just around the corner, the tale depicts three wholly different Europeans drawn together by a regular ritual that enables them to surmount their individual differences. Marie-Claude ...
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Overview

Adapted from the novel Chemin Venel by Martine Chevalier, and written and directed for the stage by François Dupeyron, the musical drama Conversations à Rechlin emerged as a 2009 co-production of the Grand Théâtre de Genève and Les Films en Hiver. Set in Europe circa 1944, with the final act of World War II and the fall of the Reich just around the corner, the tale depicts three wholly different Europeans drawn together by a regular ritual that enables them to surmount their individual differences. Marie-Claude Chappuis stars, performing lieder by Robert Schumann, Franz Schubert and Hugo Wolf that the writer-director and producers use in contrast to the plight of the prisoners in the labor camp at Rechlin. The cast also features Nicolas Brieger. Concert pianist Inna Petcheniouk provides additional musical accompaniment; Gilles Lambert designed the sets, and Carmel Peritore created the costumes.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/25/2011
  • UPC: 807280154191
  • Original Release: 2009
  • Source: Arthaus Musik
  • Region Code: 0
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Stereo
  • Sound: stereo
  • Language: Français, Deutsche
  • Time: 1:31:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 85,280

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Marie-Claude Chappuis
Inna Petcheniouk Piano
Nicolas Brieger
Technical Credits
François Dupeyron Director, Screenwriter
Yves Angelo Cinematographer
Dominique Faysse Editor
Gilles Lambert Set Decoration/Design
Carmel Peritore Costumes/Costume Designer
Franz Schubert Score Composer
Robert Schumann Score Composer
Hugo Wolf Score Composer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Conversations a Rechlin
1. Scène 1: "Je Ne Peux Pas..." [8:28]
2. Scène 2: "Toute La Journèe" [8:17]
3. Scène 3: "Est-ce Que Je Peux Vous Proposer?" [8:13]
4. Scène 4: "Êtes-Vous Comme Moi, Ce Soir, D'humeur Légère?" [7:37]
5. Scène 5: "Qu'allez-Vous Interpréter?" [4:56]
6. Scène 6: "Vous Entenez?" [7:05]
7. Scène 7: "Je N'ai Pas De Bonnes Nouvelles" [5:54]
8. Scène 8: "Des Nouvelles De Votre Fille?" [1:21]
9. Scène 9: ''C'est Rassurant De Se Dire...'' [5:16]
10. Scène 10: ''Jamais Personne...'' [5:57]
11. Scène 11: ''Ce Soir...'' [8:16]
12. Scène 12: ''Alors...'' [3:49]
13. Scène 13: ''Je Vous Prie D'excuser Ma Tenue'' [7:55]
14. Credits [5:42]
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