Messiah (1999 film)

Messiah (1999) — in French and English, Le Messie — is a film performance of George Frideric Handel's celebrated oratorio Messiah (1741) with accompanying photographs and filmed images (shot in France, the United States and Russia) assembled by American-born French photographer William Klein (born 1928). The music was directed by Marc Minkowski conducting the Musiciens du Louvre/Grenoble Orchestra and Chorus. Producer was Michel Rotman. The film was a co-production of Kuiv Productions/France 2-Cinema, Canal+ and La Sofica Gimages 2.

Directed byWilliam Klein
Produced byMichel Rotman
Music byGeorge Frideric Handel
Running time
117 minutes


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