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The opening ceremony of the Olympic Games revealed through precise details

À A few months before the Olympics, some details of the opening ceremony have been revealed. revealed.

She wants to be majestic. On July 26, the opening ceremony of the Paris 2024 Olympic Games aims to dazzle the world in a unique spectacle on the Seine. If the details of this ceremony will be well kept until the end, At the end, some elements were removed. disclosed by Thierry Reboul, responsible for the event on RMC. The main thing about this ceremony is that she walks on two legs, if I may say so. She has à both the artistic leg, like all ceremonies, to create the spectacle which tells the story of France in the most creative way possible" he explained.

12 paintings on the program

"The opening ceremony, çit's going to be twelve paintings", thus slipped" Thierry Reboul. "Twelve paintings which will follow one another. And there is a great new feature; which was é brought by Thomas Jolly, apart from the initial one which is to leave the stadium, which is to say that we were going to take the artistic paintings, that we were going to take the parade of athletes which is the backbone of an opening ceremony, and we are going to mix everything & ccedil;a. In fact the parade of athletes will cross these twelve scenes. And the ceremony will take place a little over the water, following this parade a little. We are going to return from one painting to another" says the boss of the opening ceremony.

"You then have, through these twelve paintings, all the forms of expression around a narration and a story that we will try to tell. It’s very clear, it’s going to talk about France. Perhaps in a slightly different way because France, when you walk on the Seine, it is everywhere. All the monuments you pass through are a moment in the history of France. We will certainly talk more about the values, about what the values ​​of this country are, of this à what France believes despite her doubts and the questions she may ask herself. So we're going to use, to tell this whole story there, à pretty much everything you can imagine."

"It's really constructed like a film. We have a storyboard with drawing boards that build second by second everything you are going to see next. television. Since we are, obviously, mainly around a television story. A billion, a billion and a half, two billion, we don't really know but we are told the largest audience in the history of the Games with people who will follow that. So we're focusing a lot on that and we're going to make it like a film. A film lasting more than three hours"

There are only a few months left to plan and try, for the lucky ones, to buy a place to attend the event. the ceremony or show up very early at the platform level to be able to watch this ceremony for free.

"There is theà the will of the artistic and in particular of Thomas Jolly to be much more in a human expression than a technological expression. It’s an artistic bias to which we adhere quite readily. Presumably, no big technological surprises à wait."

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116