este in film interesant, povestea este frumoasa si l-as revedea cu placere. Le Notre hires Sabine de Barra (Winslet) to design and construct the outdoor ballroom, and is soon captivated by her beauty. Le Nôtre interviews several other garden designers who have submitted designs for the project, including one woman, Sabine de Barra. The grotto is also part of Le Notre's ingenious hydraulics scheme. [16], BBC Films revealed footage from the film as part of their BBC Films Sizzle Showreel 2013 on 25 November 2013. A few judicious words from his assistant prompt him to reconsider Sabine's designs. As of June 2020[update], the film holds a 48% approval rating on review aggregator, Rotten Tomatoes, based on 92 reviews with an average score of 5.41/10. Monsieur Le Nôtre, Gartenarchitekt am Hof von Ludwig XIV., wählt seine unkonventionelle Kollegin Sabine De Barra aus, um 1682 an den Gärten des neuen Schlosses in Versailles mitzuarbeiten. March 28 and 29, opengarden.org.au. It can be used without an Internet connection. She was a personal friend of Voltaire, whom she visited regularly until his death in 1778. He was also a natural mathematician who devised clever surprises and tricks of perspective in his gardens. She concluded: "There was a 17-year gap between Rickman's first and second film and on this evidence it's easy to see why. In real life, Le Nôtre began work at Versailles in 1661; he was pushing 70 by 1682, twice Schoenaerts’s age in the movie. The film stars Kate Winslet, Matthias Schoenaerts, Alan Rickman, Stanley Tucci, Helen McCrory, Steven Waddington, Jennifer Ehle and Rupert Penry-Jones. Alan Rickmans Kostümfilm spielt am Hofe von “Sonnenkönig” Ludwig XIV. "[8], The soundtrack was composed by Peter Gregson. That same day, Louis XIV visits Sabine's work site and assesses the project skeptically but allows it to proceed. She races after the carriage, and when she tries to block the carriage in the road, it veers off track and topples down a steep hill, killing both father and daughter. He then rounds up their daughter and gets into the carriage. Le Nôtre was nearly 70 in 1682, twice the age he appears to be as portrayed by Schoenaerts in the film. [44] A garden much like that in the film exists at Versailles, the Salle de Bal or Bosquet de la Salle-de-Bal (the Forest Ballroom). Prior to leaving, he reveals to Sabine that he has a mistress. "[38] David Rooney of The Hollywood Reporter felt that "This decently acted film is agreeable entertainment, even if it works better on a scene by scene basis than in terms of overall flow. [36], Catherine Shoard of The Guardian gave the film three out of five stars and wrote that "Winslet manages emotional honesty within anachronistic confines, and Schoenaerts escapes with dignity. Face de ras filmele vechi si bune. un film in natura, despre natura . Un film oribil. Much as I loved watching Kate Winslet in corset and lovely leather boots, tromping through the mud, ripping out rampaging vines and sawing through overgrown trees, I like the real story of the making of the gardens at Versailles better. The film was financed by Lionsgate UK and produced by BBC Films. [12] Principal photography commenced on 27 March 2013 and continued over eight weeks in Black Park, Cliveden House, Pinewood Studios, Blenheim Palace, Waddesdon Manor, Hampton Court Palace, Ham House, Ashridge and Chenies Manor. Der Film spielt im Jahr 1682, während André Le Nôtre mit seinen Arbeiten 1661 begann.