Monday | 17.06.24

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Dalida, une Egyptienne a Paris
Dalida, la femme qui rêvait d’une autre scène
Dir.: Gérard Miller, Anaïs Feuillette | 100 minutes

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Lecture by: Emmanuel Halperin

Concert performed by: Guy Frati piano, arrangements and musical director, Eden Holan singer, Ran David clarinet

In the program: Je suis malade, Avec le temps and more

France 2015 | 100 minutes | French | Hebrew subtitles

A magnificent tribute, nourished by superb photographs and embellished with intimate and often moving testimonies from relatives of the singer Dalida, such as her brother Orlando, the singer Serge Lama, the actress Line Renaud, her former companion the painter Jean Sobieski, or her cousin and secretary Rosy Gigliotti. Focusing on the exceptional destiny of the artist who was discovered at 20, became a star at 30 and an icon at 40, this film retraces step by step the journey of Dalida and allows us to understand the woman who never gave up on the path of her desire. The most popular artist of her time, she was hailed throughout her career as the most prominent star in music hall history.