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Peer Gynt

Short film by Michiel Robberecht

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Topstuk Grieg

Sun 26 Jan 2020 -15.00
Concert hall
start 15.00
expected end time 16.15
Aftertalk by Dalilla Hermans

Standard €8.00

Reduction -26 €4.00

Tickets 

Free with a concert ticket for Brussels Philharmonic on 24 or 25 January 

Peer Gynt visits a Congolese village

Loosely inspired by Hendrik Ibsen’s famous theatrical character Peer Gynt, this film tells the story of a young man from a little village in the Congolese rainforest. Totally caught up in his own imagination, he feels hopelessly alone in a world where nobody, except his mother, believes in his stories about miracles. When Peer Gynt suddenly disappears after his mother’s death, his imaginary world seems to descend on the village. This film is a journey through a world in which reality and imagination are intertwined.

programme

production: Huis van Usher
coproduction: Gust Van den Berghe & Melissa Dhondt

performers

Michiel Robberecht: direction & scenario
Guylain Itambe Ibambe: Peer Gynt
Charlotte Woazu Goya, Salomé Azoba & Lipanda Ngulubi Anceleme: actors
Lothar Legon: cinematography
Febe Simoens: editing
Michiel Robberecht & Toon Anthoni: production
Michel Godard: music
Matijs Guypen: sound mix
Jan Decleir: artwork

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Michiel Robberecht: direction & scenario
Guylain Itambe Ibambe: Peer Gynt
Charlotte Woazu Goya, Salomé Azoba &...

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Sun 26 Jan 2020 -15.00
Concert hall
start 15.00
expected end time 16.15
Aftertalk by Dalilla Hermans

Standard €8.00

Reduction -26 €4.00

Tickets 

Free with a concert ticket for Brussels Philharmonic on 24 or 25 January 

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