Invited to make a piece for the ballet of the Paris Opera by her director Brigitte Lefèvre, Jérôme Bel wanted to stage a kind of theatrical documentary on the work of one of the dancers of the ballet : Véronique Doisneau. The dancer, close to the retirement age, alone on stage, retrospectively and subjectively considers her own career as ballerina inside this institution. This film was shot during the last performance of the piece on the stage of the Palais Garnier.
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