Name: samuel thesis
Birth place: Moselle France
Birth date: 12 november 1978
Zodiac sign: scorpio
Occupation: actor, director, screen writer
Height: 187cm (6`2")
Chrononicle of elegant characters:
2007: louis xiv
category: tv film
title: versailles, le reve d´un roi
role: louis xiv
director: thierry binisti
It is the story of how Louis xiv transformed a simple hunting lodge into the most sumptuous royal residence of Europe, with the service of the greatest talents of the époque. And in the process, building an empire of political absolutism and art creation and appreciation.
category: tv serie
title: un village francais
role: kurt, a german officier
director: philippe triboit
A provoking chronicle of ordinary people living in a fictional French village Villeneuve during the French Occupation. how they lived and survived, loved and hated, longed for peace and fought, being human and animal...
2010: la valette
title: la princesse de montpensier
role la valette
director: bertrand tavernier
(based on original story by madame de la fayette)
Biography of Shigeru Umebayashi
Shigeru Umebayashi is a Japanese composer. Once the leader of Japan's new wave rock band EX, Shigeru Umebayashi began scoring films in 1985 when the band broke up. He has more than 30 Japanese and Chinese films to his credit.
In 1991, Shigeru Umebayashi scored for Japanese director Seijun Suzuki's biopic film about Japanese painter and poet Takehisa Yumeji Yumeji), one of the scores "Yumeji's Theme" was later included in Hongkong director Wong Kar-wai's film In the Mood for Love (2000), and this track became his best known work in the world.
Umebayashi not only scored most of Wong Kar-wai's follow-up film, such as his film 2046 in 2004, and Grandmaster in 2013, but also worked with many other directors both in China and Japan, such as Chinese Director Zhang Yi mo for his 2004 film House of Flying Daggers.
In 2009, Umebayashi scored for Tom Ford directorial debut A single man, together with several other composers including polish composer Abel Korzeniowski.
Itsuka Darekaga Korosareru (1984)
Tomoyo Shizukani Nemure (1985)
Shinshi Domei (1986)
Kyohu no Yacchan (1987)
Getting Blue in Color (1988)
Hong Kong Paradise (1990)
Arihureta Ai ni Kansuru Chosa (1992)
Byoin he Iko 2 Yamai ha Kikara (1992)
Nemuranai Machi Shinjuku Zame (1993)
Izakaya Yurei (1994)
Zero Woman (1995)
Boxer Joe (1995)
Kitanai Yatsu (1995)
Hashirana Akan Yoake Made (1995)
The Christ of Nanjing (1995)
Shin Gokudo Kisha (1996)
Izakaya Yurei 2 (1996)
Ichigo Domei (1997)
Isana no Umi (1997)
Watashitachi ga Sukidatta Koto (1997)
G4 Option Zero (1997)
Belle Epoch (1998)
2000 A.D. (2000)
In the Mood for Love (2000)
Midnight Fly (2001)
Hikari no Ame (2001)
Zhou Yu's Train (2002)
Onmyoji II (2003)
Floating Land Scape (2003)
House of Flying Daggers (2004)
Curse of the Golden Flower (2006)
Hannibal Rising (2007)
Tears for Sale (2008)
The Real Shaolin (2008)
True Legend (2010)
Days of Grace (2011)
The Grandmaster (2013)
Rise of the Legend (2014)
The Bride (2015)
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny (2016)
The Wasted Times (2016)
Selected film scores
1991, Yumeji directed by Seijun Suzuki
2000, In the mood for love (Faa yeung nin wa, original title) directed by Wong Kar-wai
2004, House of daggers directed by Zhang yi mo
2009, A single man directed by Tom Ford
Name: Svetlana Zakharova
Full name: Svetlana Yuryevna Zakharova
birth place: Lutsk, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union
birth date: 3 June 1979
Svetlana Zakharova was born in Lutsk, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union, on June 10, 1979. At the age of six, she was taken by her mother to learn folk dancing at a local studio, and by the age of 10, she had auditioned and was accepted into the Kyiv Choreography School.
In 1995, after six years at the Kyiv School, Zakharova entered the Young Dancers' Competition in St. Petersburg. The youngest contestant, she took second prize and was invited to continue her training in the graduating course of St Petersburg's Vaganova Academy. It was the first time in the school's history to allow a student to skip two grades.
After attending the pre-eminent Russian ballet school for one year, Zakharova joined the Mariinsky ballet in 1996.
Zakharova debuted with the Mariinsky Ballet in 1996, appearing as Maria with Ruben Bobovnikov, in Rostislav Zakharov's The Fountain of Bakhchisarai.
In 1997, after her first year with the Mariinsky, at 18, Zakharova was promoted to principal dancer.
By 2003, Zakharova moved to the Bolshoi Ballet.
From 1999 on Zakharova regularly performed as a guest soloist at the Paris Opera where she worked with French choreographer Pierre Lacotte who is a leading authority on classical ballet contributing to the career of Evgenia Obraztsova and Hannah O'Neill. Svetlana Zakharova was the first Russian principal dancer performing in Paris and became a world star as of 2000.
"In the flesh, it's hard not to be a little dazzled by Svetlana Zakharova's improbably fine features and impossibly big blue eyes – but these are merely the finishing touches of a long, strong, beautifully proportioned body that's one of the great balletic instruments of our times."
1997 : Vaganova-Prix Young Dancers Competition, Sankt-Peterburg (2nd prize)
1999 : Golden Mask for Serenade
2000 : Golden Mask for The Sleeping Beauty
2010 : Officier des Arts et des Lettres (France)
2005 : Prix Benois de la Danse for Hippolita (Titania) in A Midsummer Night's Dream
2006 : State Prize of the Russian Federation
2015 : Prix Benois de la Danse for Marguerite Gautier in "The Lady of the Camellias" by John Neumeier and Mekhmene-Banu in "Légende d'amour" by Yury Grigorovich.
akharova is married to Russian violinist Vadim Repin, and they have one child, daughter Anna (b. 2011). She had withdrawn from the Bolshoi Ballet tour to London in the summer of 2010 citing a hip injury; she was pregnant at the time. Zakharova returned to dancing, and performed in London on May 15, 2011, in a gala performance celebrating Soviet ballerina Galina Ulanova.