For the first time in France the film the gladiator It was projected onto the big screen in the arenas while a live orchestra played. Australian musician Lisa Gerrard, co-composer and soloist for the film’s soundtrack, lit the stage with her charisma and individual voice during defining moments.
While the film was shown on a large screen, in the original version and subtitled in French, the Orchester national de Montpellier Occitanie, accompanied by the choir of the Région Sud, played all the tracks live according to the original scores.
The 2022 Nîmes Festival presented the Nîmes audience with a moment of cinematic splendor by showing this monumental Roman epic in the arenas to mark the film’s 20th anniversary. Australian musician Lisa Gerrard, co-composer and soloist for the film’s soundtrack, accompanied by the Roman centurion and acclaimed upon her arrival, lit the stage with her charisma and voice.
gladiator, This Ridley Scott cinematic masterpiece, with 5 Oscars and dreamlike music, couldn’t have dreamed better than the 20th anniversary in He lives In the yards of Nîmes. Back to basics, the story of a victorious Roman general played by actor Russell Crowe, who becomes a gladiator through the jealousy of Emperor Commodus, which fits perfectly in the setting of Neem Arenas. Jean-Paul Fournier, Mayor of Nimes, who was installed in the front row, was not wrong. Nim’s audience permeated this moment with an unending standing ovation.
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