Reset (English Subtitled) RESET retraces Benjamin Millepieds experiences as ballet director of the Paris Opera, and received overwhelming critical acclaim as well as screening as an Official Selection at the Tribeca Festival, 2016. Thirty-three minutes. That was the duration of the first ballet created for the new season by Benjamin Millepied as director of dance at the Opera National de Paris (Paris Opera Ballet). Thanks to his experience in America as well as his youth, reputation and sense of communication Millepied is shaking up this prestigious institution. His intentions are clear: ballet as a tradition is in need of renewal, and this change should take place at each stage of the creative process. It all starts with a simple, perfectly square gray box. This will form the set for his first show, with just a bank of lights picking out the space for the dancers. Millepied selected his dancers from the corps de ballet. There are no stars or lead dancers on stage. Through his headphones, Millepied listens to the music written by his friend, the young American composer, Nico Muhly. He films his quest for movement in the mirror with his phone, then writes down the steps in a notebook. This is how Clear, Loud, Bright, Forward was conceived of, sketched out, and, ultimately, performed. Benjamin Millepied allowed Thierry Demaiziere and Alban Teurlai to follow his every step during the creative process, from his initial ideas through rehearsals and up to the gala premiere. This immersion provides an insight into his creativity, modernity and abundant energy. We discover his approach to choreography but also witness his relationship with the dancers and how he takes on the administration of such a venerable institution. This DVD features surround sound, English subtitles and the official Reset trailer.