A young woman hired to babysit a rich industrialist's kids is asked by the government to spy on him since he's suspected of dumping illegal waste in Africa.
Runtime: 52 minutes
La source - La source (Saint-Léon) - Netflix
La source (The Spring) is a ballet in three acts/four scenes with a score composed by Léo Delibes and Ludwig Minkus (Minkus: Act I & Act III-Scene 2/Delibes: Act II & Act III-Scene 1) which was premiered in 1866 with choreography by Arthur Saint-Léon. In 1878 in Vienna it was called Naïla, die Quellenfee (Naïla, the Waternymph).
La source - Discography - Netflix
Complete score (with cuts) Richard Bonynge and the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House (1990) (Decca) Suites Andrew Mogrelia and the Slovak Radio Orchestra (1995) (Naxos) – Suites 2 and 3 only Victor Olof and the Suisse Romande Orchestra (1953) (Decca) – Suite 1 only (LW 5034) Excerpts from Delibes part of the score Charles Mackerras and the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House (1956) (EMI) Peter Maag and the Paris Conservatoire Orchestra (1958) (Decca) Le jardin animé – Delibes contribution to Adolphe Adam's 'Le Corsaire', including the 'Naïla' waltz Richard Bonynge and the English Chamber Orchestra (1992) (Decca) The CHARM database also lists other recordings of excerpts from the ballet: the Orchestre du Théâtre national de l'Opéra-Comique conducted by Albert Wolff (1956) for Pathé, and the Orchestre philharmonique de Paris conducted by Gustave Cloëz (1930) for Odéon.
La source - References - Netflix