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  • Format : Blu-ray, Classique, Dolby, Sous-titré, Surround, Cinémascope
  • Audio : Anglais, Français, Allemand, Russe
  • Sous-titres : Italien, Anglais, Français, Espagnol, Allemand, Russe, Japonais
  • Région : Toutes les régions
  • Rapport de forme : 1.77:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Ideal Audience International
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 24 septembre 2009
  • Durée : 106 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
  • ASIN: B002JP9HO4
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Unter dem Titel Hereafterliegt der preisgekrönte Film des renommierten Filmemachers und Musikers Bruno Monsaingeon nun auch als Blu-ray Disc vor. Als Retrospektive des Lebens und Werkes von Glenn Gould verarbeitet Hereaftereine unglaubliche Fülle von Archivmaterial aus ganz unterschiedlichen Quellen. Aus Goulds eigener Perspektive - gleichsam von ihm selbst - erzählt, wird diese Produktion zum Meilenstein der Filmkunst, stößt aber auch ein Fenster auf zur Welt eines wahren Genies der Musikgeschichte, dessen faszinierende Magie weit über seinen Tod hinaus wirkt.


Glenn Gould ist viel mehr als nur einer der größten Pianisten aller Zeiten, viel mehr als nur eine legendäre Figur. Er existiert weit darüber hinaus - als fiktiver Charakter. Um die Geschichte von Glenn Gould, dem unkonventionellsten aller Pianisten, zu erzählen, war die traditionelle Form des Dokumentarfilms völlig unpassend. Ich musste ein neues Genre erfinden. Indem ich mich für eine Behandlung des Themas entschied, die teilweise fiktional war, sich aber auch auf eine Synthese des ganzen über Gould verfügbaren musikalischen, literarischen und philosophischen Materials stützte, war ich überzeugt, die Wirklichkeit jenes Genies einfangen zu können, das meine Existenz so stark geprägt hatte - und die Existenz einer Masse von Zuhörern in der ganzen Welt. Darin, so hoffte ich, würden sie den Widerhall ihrer eigenen Erfahrung hören." (Bruno Monsaingeon)

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13 internautes sur 13 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Guy B le 13 juin 2007
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Attention, le contenu de ce DVD est exactement celui de "Au delà du Temps",qui est 33% moins cher (seule différence semble-t-il "Hereafter" couvre techniquement d'autres zônes que l'Europe)
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48 internautes sur 53 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Yet Another Brilliant Musical Retrospective from Bruno Monsaingeon 20 septembre 2006
Par J Scott Morrison - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This DVD is self-recommending if only because it is by our leading music documentarian, Bruno Monsaingeon, and is about one of music's legendary figures, Glenn Gould. Add to that the fact that Monsaingeon and Gould were friends for thirty years and that Monsaingeon had already made a number of previous documentaries about Gould, and you have a recipe for a great film. Monsaingeon is a working musician (a violinist) as well and his ability to understand the musical aspects of Gould's life is beyond question. (There is even a clip of Monsaingeon playing first violin in a snippet of Gould's Opus 1, his String Quartet.) Gould, of course, was himself a documentarian and he certainly left behind miles of film in which he plays, discourses about music and all manner of other things. There are even home movies of Gould as a young teen playing on the family piano.

One charming conceit of the film is that Monsaingeon found five 'ordinary people' whose lives had been touched in special ways by Gould's playing and he filmed them in various activities connected with that. For instance, there is a former rock musician who goes pretty far to commemorate her emotional connection with Gould -- I won't spoil the surprise by telling you what it was she did. There is a Russian woman who develops a missionary fervor about exposing others to Gould's music. There is an Italian woman who makes a pilgrimage to Toronto and has a dialog with the startlingly lifelike statue of Gould that sits outside the Gould studio there.

One might wonder what more could be said about Gould after all the previous books and films about him. It is a tribute to Monsaingeon's art that he found a way to approach his subject in a new and fascinating manner. He constructs the documentary as if it were being narrated by Gould himself. Gould's fabled Lincoln Continental becomes a character in the proceedings, traveling through ravishingly photographed northern Canadian forests as we hear Gould discourse in a voice-over on various things. There are numerous video and audio clips, some never seen before, that give us a taste of both his playing and his thinking. We hear and see him play music not generally associated with him -- especially by those who think of Gould as being a Bach specialist -- music by Hindemith, Chopin, Weber, Beethoven, Mendelssohn, and others, even Gould's quirky Mozart.

Gould's personal eccentricities are not emphasized but are not avoided either. One does, however, come away, yet again, reminded of George Szell's famous remark about him, 'That nut is a genius!'. Gould was an utterly unique and important figure and it is no wonder that almost twenty-five years after his tragic death at 50, in 1982, his life is still being explored and celebrated.

So, even if you've seen other films about Gould, including those by Monsaingeon, you will be rewarded by watching this film.

Strongly recommended.

Scott Morrison
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Not All Is Gould That Glitters 5 juin 2008
Par J. F. Laurson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Mr. Morrisson is a terrific reviewer - and I hate to disagree with him so strongly... but I want to put forward to consideration at least the possibility that this Monsaigneon film about Glenn Gould's Ghost (more or less) is an awful piece of shlock and surely (hopefully) Monsaigneon's worst effort. (I don't much like his Boulanger one either, but that's a.) an early work and b.) not nearly as tacky as this hagiography here.)

I won't say that this film *is* terrible, but I think it will be terrible to many viewers who approach this with high hopes of learning more about GG, the person (or musician, for that matter). Anyone who has read and enjoyed Kevin Bazzana's "A Wondrous Strange", for example, might approach this one with caution. Why? Well, because it's a hooky and kookey collection of reminiscenses about Gould by people who are in love with the idea of Gould. A Russian lady had her rheumaticism cured by listening to Gould on the radio, an Italian lady talks to (and even kisses? I don't remember) his spirit and statue in Toronto... it's the kind of mystisizing of Gould that will seem (legitimately) creepy to a lot of people. I could barely watch the whole thing. 'Tis tacky and really has nothing to do with Gould but rather the wackiness that he inspired in others - others who didn't even know him.

For what it is worth: I have talked to a friend of Glenn Gould's who has written prolifically about him (and edited his letters), who similarly shuddered in disgust about this film.

With so much visual material that is left of Gould himself (CBC material, his radio shows et al.), this can't be considered as seriously contributing to our understanding of Gould. I'd much rather recommend the "Thirty Two Short Films about Glenn Gould" semi-filmography.

To those who feel inclined to agree with the other, very positive reviews: I wish not to be so ungraceful as to take a bone from a dog... but caveat emptor!
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Not from the Biography Channel... 29 septembre 2006
Par CD318 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
I pre-ordered this as soon as I was able, being a Huge fan of Mr. Gould, and not disappointed in the least. Those whose roots with Gould are not quite that deep yet, I would suggest some of the other DVD titles listed here on Amazon first. This isn't your typical biography produced for the masses, but more focused on Gould's craft & thoughts. There are many unscripted scenes that had been previously been introduced to the editor, where you witness Mr.Gould seeking perfection in the recording studio. I could go on & on, but would like to thank Bruno Monsaingeon for producing another treasure about Glen Gould. A must have!
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more than Gouldiana 6 novembre 2006
Par LuelCanyon - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Glenn Gould has become a cottage industry, I guess. What does it matter, when films this fine come along. Bruno Monsaigneon strikes gold with a fresh look at a music giant. All Monsaigneon's films are gems. (his film of Menuhin's return to Russia - the patience and vision sticks with me. It should be made available again.) Monsaigneon arranges his films like subtle puzzles, like paintings. Hereafter is exquisite in that way. Most of the footage used is new to me, and that's saying something since video Gouldiana is abundant, most of it repetitive in varying degrees. Hereafter's colors and sounds are modern and true, even kindly, in their way, as Gould was in his. Monsaigneon divulges a keen cinematic palette so authoritatively it seems nonchalant. Rather much like Gould's playing. His honest affection for Gould is evident. It is, moreover, adoration of Gould's art that sings and makes this film what it is. Gould's playing throughout is stupendous, baronial, overwhelming. I've never seen footage like it! A few high wires, and always that truth-telling sound that was Gould's alone, that wins souls. Absolute recommendation to both acolyte and novice. Thanks Monsaigneon for your painstaking work. And for always looking after Glenn Gould. This piece is a winner - don't hesitate.
5 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A Great Introdution - a must see 24 février 2009
Par Jackie Paper - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
If you are not familiar with Glen Gould, this is a great introduction. I was spellbound, and it wet my appetite for more. I bought The Goldberg Variations DVD very soon after.

If on the other hand you are as skeptical and cynical as Gould was (and he attracts many such admirers), then you will probably not enjoy it. It is sentimental and far from an objective scholarly work. I think the 1 star reviewer makes some good points, but he is a little harsh. If I read that review before I bought it, I may have been put off from buying, and I dont think that would have served me well.

In my opinion, this DVD is a must see. I would recommend buying it, watching it (a few times), and then passing it on to someone else. I have watched both this and The Goldberg Variations many times, and although Hereafter made a strong first impression, in the long run, The Goldberg Variations is the only of the two I watch now - unless of course a keen visitor comes over.
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