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Ella Fitzgerald: Something to Live For

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Sortie DVD : 23/02/2000
Synopsis
Writer-director Charlotte Zwerin performs sleight of hand with this beautifully composed documentary, originally produced for public television's American Masters series. Created nearly four years after Ella Fitzgerald's death, Zwerin's film uses the lush voice and superb repertoire of "the First Lady of Song" to provide continuity while assembling convincing, if composite, narrative quotes gleaned from various interviews. The latter are noteworthy given the singer's lifelong modesty and insistence on privacy. Archival footage of early performances, as well as later television appearances, capture Ella's pilgrimage from Depression-era New York, through her discovery at the Apollo Theater and subsequent emergence as a swing vocalist and on to her long career as a matchless pop and jazz stylist. Tony Bennett is a sympathetic narrator, while added affection and insight are provided through
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Année : 2000
Durée : 86'
Genre : musique, documentaire
Sortie cinéma : 25/01/2000
DVD

 Format image
• Noir et blanc
• Couleur
• NTSC
• Import
 Bande-son
Anglais Dolby Digital 2.0 Stéréo
Anglais Dolby Digital 2.0 Stéréo



Source : tmdb

PLANNING
DVD 26/02/20 Hors normes
BLU 26/02/20 Hors normes
BLUHD 28/02/20 Parasite
DVD 25/03/24 Design Vol.5
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INTERVIEWS
Lucas Belvaux - 38 témoins
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