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A precious insight into an extremely underrated musical show!

Author: javvie from Cologne, Germany
29 August 2005

This documentary gives a intriguing insight into the process of writing, rehearsing and staging a musical. "Martin Guerre", written by the composer team of Alain Boublil and Claude Michel Schoenberg (Les Miserables, Miss Saigon), offers an absorbing story combined with very haunting music. To get a glimpse of what the rehearsals for this underrated musical show must have been like, and to have the composers, the producer, and other people involved comment about the production, is definitely a good reason for trying to get hold of the videotape. The only sad thing about this "making of" is that it cannot capture ALL of Martin Guerre within its 70 minutes length. Unfortunately, the complete show has never been released on video or DVD. This fact makes a look behind the scenes - as one gets it here - even more precious.

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