A cinema projectionist (Buster) falls asleep and dreams that he is joining the characters of the film on the screen as a detective. An ode to cinema, a technical tour de force for its time... where Keaton transforms reality into illusion for our greatest pleasure.
As a preamble, and as a red thread to the show, the film shown was specially created. It gives a voice to Charlie (played by Emmanuel Vérité) and to the musicians themselves.
Production: Scènes Occupations
Director: Jean-Marc Bordet assisted by Sarah Douhaire and Stéphane Argon on the technical side
At the foot of the screen and composition: Pierre-Olivier Fernandez (violin), Francis Perdreau (double bass), Philippe Poisse (piano), Loïc Royer (clarinets)
On screen : Emmanuel Vérité and his character Charlie and Buster Keaton
Running time: 1h05
Gaston Bernard Theatre
All audiences from 7 years old
Offered by the Communauté de Communes du Pays Châtillonnais (CCPC) to people over 60 in the area as part of the Semaine Bleue.