Celine: Through the Eyes of the World

Synopsis: Celine: Through the Eyes of the World will bring Celine Dion's 2008-2009 Taking Chances World Tour to theaters. This event gives Dion fans who attended the extremely popular tour - which placed Dion second only to Madonna in ticket sales in 2008 - another chance to experience the magical event, this time from a vantage point unparalleled by any ticket.
Director(s): Stéphane Laporte
Production: Sony Pictures Release
Rotten Tomatoes:
120 min

Is that all right, Dublin?

Is that all right, Tokyo?

Is that all right, London?

Is that all right, Shanghai?

Is that all right, Cape Town?

Is that all right, Copenhagen?

Is that all right, Dubai?

Is that all right, Los Angeles?

Is that all right, Melbourne?

Is that all right, Amsterdam?

Is that all right, Seoul?

Is that all right, Prague?

Is that all right, Helsinki?

Good evening Paris! Are you ready?

Are you ready, Mexico?

It's been a highly anticipated wait

for this music icon

to come to our country.

It's a privilege for us

as South Africans

to welcome Cline Dion to South Africa

as she kicks off

her Taking Chances tour.

So please join our double Grammy award

winners, the Soweto Gospel Choir,

in welcoming the multitalented,

marvelous Ms. Cline Dion.

We are extremely proud to be here.

My mom is here. My son is here.

My husband is here.

And for me to be able

to see the world through my mother

and to discover the world

through my son's eyes,

it's very, very powerful.

It's not only about singing,

but it's about sharing.

And it's amazing.

You know, Ren-Charles,

this man has the soul of a child.

And he has the heart...

...of a mother.

And he has the strength of a man.

Mrs. Dion, this is

where Mr. Mandela was kept.

OK, all locked up.

It will be like you were here.

And then they will close the door.

And they never,

never close the door softly.

Always with a bang!

And that's how... That's how...

We love you, Cline

We love you, Cline, in Soweto

We love you, Cline

We love you, Cline, in Soweto

Thank you.

Since I've been here,

people have been welcoming me,

welcoming us...

...through their voices with music.

But you know what?

I think you're making me understand

the meaning of singing,

the meaning of a voice,

the meaning of communication.

Your music,

your voices are true.

I think my singing will change

for the rest of my life.

Thank you so much.

I would like to welcome you all

to South Africa.

So I want you to know

that you're always welcome.

This is your world.

And we are your family.

We are all children of God.

Thank you.

That's my kind of crew!

That's my kind of crew!

Let me hear you, Pretoria!

Oh, my God!


All right, we have Elvis on site.

Baby lions!

I know...

I know, I know...

Oh, it's OK...

It's OK. I understand.

- Are you scared a little bit?

- No.

It's OK. Here you go.

Hold it well.

Hold it well.

It's OK...

Sit down. We're going to take a picture.

- You better take it.

- "You better take it!"

That's all right.

That's OK.

We can go in?

You can go in,

but just don't run inside, OK?

Or else they'll come running after you.

'Cause they just wanna

play with you, all right?

Are you sure of that now?

How old are they?

These ones are five months.

- Five months old?

- Yeah.

What happened to your ears?

You've been scratching them too much.

Thank you, ladies.

Thank you.

- Thank you.

- My pleasure.

Thank you.

- Thank you.

- Thank you.

All right.

- Three!

- Three times.

Yes, I remember!

Thank you. Bye-bye!

I'm wearing this, the whole show.

And the yellow dress.

- Do you want the bolero?

- Yes, I want the bolero.

OK, excellent.

The whole show with the bolero

and the boots.

Then I'm changing

for the yellow dress.

- And that's it.

- That's it.

This is great because if it gets windy,

it's heavy enough.

It's not like that.

It doesn't lift.

And the boots are covering my legs.

And the bolero's covering my arms.

Thank you!


Let's start!

Come on, Dubai!

Show me what you got!

Let me hear you!

Come on, people in the back!

Cline Dion is my favorite singer.

I've come here

only because of this concert.

From Iran, yeah.

And it was one of my greatest nights

in all my life.

And because I've been

waiting for this moment

more than 15 years.

And I hope to see this concert in Iran.

Before I met her,

I had this image

of just the artist Cline Dion.

Everybody knows her.

She's famous for her ballads.

She's famous

for that power in her voice.

And from that image,

I didn't really know

how she might be in person.

But when we actually did meet,

she's the sweetest, warmest...

She's got the biggest heart I know.

She just wears her heart right here

for everybody to see.

It's incredible.

I've never met anybody like her.

I'll learn it.

Can you do it with me

one more time?

The reason why Cline Dion

became who she is

is because her heart shows

through her music.

I wanna give you a little gift.

- Just for a souvenir.

- Oh, my gosh!

And you can build anything around it.

It's like a career.

You are the jewel of your career.

That's a little stone.

It's a little diamond.

And you can have a ring made of it.

You can have an earring.

You can have a nose pierce...

Anything you want. You can

build anything around that diamond.

Like you're building your career.

- So it's just to say thank you.

- Really?

And it's a little souvenir.

Thank you!

I'll see you onstage.

- Have a good time.

- Thank you so much!

Do you know that song?

Do you remember the song?

The thing that I noticed

about Cline Dion,

when she's onstage,

it's like her home.

Ladies and gentlemen,

please, help me welcome my friend,

Ms. Ito Yuna!

Good evening!

Ms. Cline Dion,

thank you so much!

I can feel your heart.

It's beating so fast!

That is a dream come true. Really.

Ladies and gentlemen...

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