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Title Bérénice by Racine / 10 Francs.
Imprint [Place of publication not identified] : 10 Francs, [1987]
©1987
New York, N.Y. : Distributed by Infobase, 2013.

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Description 1 online resource (1 video file (2 hr., 48 min., 39 sec.)) : sound, color
Note Originally released by 10 Francs, 1987.
Streaming video file encoded with permission for digital streaming by Infobase on November 01, 2013.
Title from distributor's description
Available only to authorized UTEP users.
9 - 12, Academic/AP
Subject French drama.
French language -- Study and teaching -- English Speakers.
French literature.
Language, Universal.
Genre Internet videos
Internet videos.
Contents "Bérénice": Act 1, Scene 1 (1:36); "Bérénice": Act 1, Scene 2 (3:54); "Bérénice": Act 1, Scene 3 (7:01); "Bérénice": Act 1, Scene 4 (14:06); "Bérénice": Act 1, Scene 5 (4:21); "Bérénice": Act 2, Scene 1 (2:43); "Bérénice": Act 2, Scene 2 (24:53); "Bérénice": Act 2, Scene 3 (0:58); "Bérénice": Act 2, Scene 4 (7:53); "Bérénice": Act 2, Scene 5 (4:31); "Bérénice": Act 3, Scene 1 (11:19); "Bérénice": Act 3, Scene 2 (6:35); "Bérénice": Act 3, Scene 3 (6:22); "Bérénice": Act 3, Scene 4 (3:01); "Bérénice": Act 4, Scene 1 (1:12); "Bérénice": Act 4, Scene 2 (2:16); "Bérénice": Act 4, Scene 3 (1:58); "Bérénice": Act 4, Scene 4 (7:56); "Bérénice": Act 4, Scene 5 (15:19); "Bérénice": Act 4, Scene 6 (4:26); "Bérénice": Act 4, Scene 7 (3:46); "Bérénice": Act 5, Scenes 1 -- 4 (4:11); "Bérénice": Act 5, Scene 5 (5:45); "Bérénice": Act 5, Scene 6 (8:20); "Bérénice": Act 5, Scene 7 (11:22); Credits: "Bérénice" (0:42);
Summary Based loosely upon the events following the death of the Roman emperor Vespasian in the 1st century, Bérénice is the story of a love triangle in which Emperor Titus and his friend Antiochus, King of Commagene, both fall in love with the Queen of Judea: Bérénice. This production by the incomparable La Comédie-Française dramatically captures the anguish and the intensity of Racine's play--a play that marked both the young playwright's ascendancy and the great Corneille's decline. (French, 2 hours 46 minutes on 2 videocassettes)
Other Author Infobase, film distributor.
10 Francs (Firm)