With the documentary series “Never show that to anyone”, rapper Aurélien Cotentin, better known under the pseudonym Orelsan, shows himself from another angle.
And for good reason: the six episodes are largely based on images filmed by his brother Clément since his youth.
The latter, convinced of his older brother's talent, quickly began to follow him camera in hand.
20 years of family archives, but also of images taken on social networks, allow to discover young Orelsan, his beginnings, his family, his friends, under the often benevolent gaze of famous artists such as Soprano, Akhénaton, Oxmo Puccino, Stromaé or Gims.
You can discover everything from October 15 in full on Amazon Prime Video.
Orelsan: how to watch the documentary for free?
To enjoy "Never Show This To Anyone", you must have an Amazon Prime Video account.
The subscription costs 49 euros per year or 5.99 euros per month.
But good news: Amazon offers you the first month of subscription, accessible without any commitment.
By activating this trial offer now, you not only have access to Orelsan's documentary series, but also to the rest of the SVOD platform catalog, which includes thousands of films, series episodes and documentaries.
As the 30-day trial expires, you can choose to remain a subscriber, or to cancel your subscription.
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