Patrice Chéreau, Pascal Greggory, une autre solitude Trailer

Patrice Chéreau, Pascal Greggory, une autre solitude Trailer (1996)

30 January 1996 Factual, Music 77 mins

A look at the entire process of creating and developing Patrice Chéreau’s third staging of "In the Solitude of Cotton Fields" by Bernard Marie Koltès with Pascal Greggory and Chéreau himself. From the first reading around the table through the first contact with the performance space, rehearsals and lighting to opening night, the entire creative process unfurls in front of our eyes. The film shows us the evolving and ongoing dialogue between Greggory and Chéreau, a dialogue full of crises and magical moments of harmony and insight via which the truth, intensity, complexity, mystery and depth of Koltès’ text gradually emerge to form an implicit bond between these two men. The film also shows Chéreau directing rehearsals for Mozart’s "Don Giovanni" in Salzburg, revealing both the unity of and profound differences between his opera and theater work.

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Cast

Ferruccio Furlanetto

as Himself (Don Giovanni)

Bryn Terfel

as Himself (Leporello)

Lella Cuberli

as Herself (Donna Anna)

Catherine Malfitano

as Herself (Donna Elvira)

Daniel Barenboim

as Himself (Conductor of 'Don Giovanni')

Roberto De Candia

as Himself (Leporello)

Paul Groves

as Himself (Don Ottavio)

Vesselina Kasarova

as Herself (Zerlina)

Matti Salminen

as Himself (Commandatore)

Ferruccio Furlanetto

as Himself (Don Giovanni)

International Releases Dates

Germany 30 January 1996

France 30 January 1996

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