The Resource Tempus fugit
- Tempus fugit
- Statement of responsibility
- directed by Anais Spiro and Olivier Spiro ; choreographed by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui ; performed by Les Ballets C de la B
- The film is a recreation for the camera of the work by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, the Flemish choreographer of Moroccan descent, and Les Ballets C. de la B. The film is set in a magnificent Moroccan palm grove. A woman is at the centre of gravity, at its epicentre. The film’s heroine – pursued by an invisible presence – meets a prince. The prince falls madly in love with her, but she leaves him for another. Soon however, her past catches up with her. The inspiration for Tempus Fugit lies without a doubt in the popular cinema of India with its great melodramas that blend dance, song, music and enchantment. Their complexity stems often – just as in Tempus Fugit – from the confrontation between tradition and modernity
- Additional physical form
- Previously released as DVD.
- Cataloging source
- Language note
- This edition silent with musical accompainment
- Series statement
- Dance in video
- Series volume
- v. 1
- Target audience
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