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JOY OF MAN'S DESIRING


95'
2012


VERSION(S)
French, English and International

SUPPORT(S)
HD

PRODUCER(S)
REGULAR Production - CHAUFFE MARCEL !

DIRECTOR
Alexandre ASTIER et Jean-Christophe HEMBERT

PERFORMERS
Alexandre ASTIER

WRITTEN BY
Alexandre ASTIER

DIRECTION
Jean-Christophe HEMBERT

A show written and performed by Alexandre Astier.
“This class is open to everyone and no musical knowledge is required”. After Kaamelott, Alexandre Astier becomes Johann Sebastian Bach. At last, in 2012, the composer is giving a master class. But he might slip up. “Que ma joie demeure!”, a delightful and ramshackle homage to Bach, merrily lifts the lid on the composer’s music as one opens the bonnet of a car to understand its engine.

Alexandre Astier, born in 1974 in Lyon, is the author, director and star of the television series “Kaamelott”, which has been running on the French TV channel M6 since January 2005. He was also awarded the Prix du public 2003 at the Off-Courts Festival for his short film “Dies iræ”.
A musician from the age of 6, Alexandre Astier attended the Conservatoire, where he played, conducted and composed, but, as he says, “fell into acting by accident at the age of 20”. Since then he has been a writer, actor and director. He also composed the music for Kaamelott.
Alexandre Astier has also appeared in films such as “Comme t’y es belle!” by Lisa Azuelos (2006), “Astérix et les jeux olympiques” by Thomas Langmann and Frédéric Forestier (2008), “Coluche” by Antoine de Caunes (2008), “Home Sweet Home” by Didier Le Pêcheur (2008), “LOL” by Liza Azuelos (2009) and “Philibert” by Sylvain Fusée alongside Manu Payet, Gaspard Proust and Jérémie Renier (2011).
Alexandre Astier has just finished his first film, “David et Madame Hansen”, due for release in August 2012, in which he stars with Isabelle Adjani.


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