Interesting, thank you
someone know the music played in the beginning? l hear a bell ringing but
just can’t put a name on it
did anyone has come in to the gate… no? so this is the answer its no the
gate for hell because the devil dont want us live he want us
I loved it! It’s a gift.
Also, i can translate to Portuguese too 😉
Does anyone know the music pieces.
Sculpture cannot fail if it carries a social message of it s time. Through
the counterpoint of a painting, a social critic or poet; or even the very
material of the sculpture, singly or in multitude. If the sculptor misses
any of this, there cannot be the paradigm shift, only the meditation upon
this; an inevitable status of any work~in~progress
no way to open the door? ha just wait till satan heres that
Now we know “language” takes a “u” in English. French people tends to add a
“u” in French: that’s the globalisation of mistakes. Sorry about that and
sorry for the delay.
Although I like music than paintings and sculptures, this documentary is
great ! Thank you !
Thank you for informing me! 🙂
It’s so great that I just moved to Paris, I’ll go see the doors soon 🙂 !
Dès l’entrée du musée on est happé par le génie de Rodin.
Thank you for the fascinating and en-riching video.
Beauteful!!! thanks for tell me about this documental!
Enjoyed this video! Worth the half hour watch. If you’re like me you’ll
learn quite a lot about sculpture in the 19th century, and it’s actually
Most magnificent! Absolument magnifique! Thank you so very much for this
superb video! Merci infiniment pour cette superbe vidéo! 🙂
Ok, ill add them to a text file and message them to you so you can add 😉
because i dont have video edition or subtitle edition software 😛
Well done! Five stars, and I’m subscribing.
Now thats sculpture! I **** those that are just a block with a whole in it
and then people call it art. “Oh I was just trying to express my feelings”
Fuck that, thats not art! This is!
absolut a fantastic documentary, gongratulations and I will send for my
Hey i love it. May i help you to add subtitles in spanish?
Nice to see the serenity of the end of the 19th century in confluence with
the turmoil in the heart of a great sculptor. Literally ripping to shreds
the confines of the medium. Really well handled.( get it?) Bravo.
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