THE PARIS OPERA REVIEWED
“The Paris Opera” is about how hard life must be for director Stephane Lissner. Lissner just wants to put on a nightly show and keep everyone happy. But, the crew wants to strike and people are arguing over ticket prices. The performers are funny and there’s not a diva attitude among the set. Honestly, I think that makes the documentary stronger. How many times do you get a workplace documentation of the Creative Arts?
It’s not like there’s a Michael Scott type running around messing things up. It’s just a very enthusiastic and tired director trying to keep everyone on the same page. I enjoyed this one way more than I expected. Give it a shot.
- Short film
- 1.85:1 standard definition transfer
- Dolby 5.1
RELEASE DATE: 3/6/18
The Plot Thus Far
A behind-the-scenes look at the Paris Opera, under the direction of Stephane Lissner.
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