The documentaries of French director Francois Reichenbach are noted for his or her fine detail and sharp insights. American existence, especially its eccentric elements are a preferred topic for Reichenbach . Before arriving at film, he was a mentioned songwriter and offers penned music for such performers as Edith Piaf. He also worked well carefully with American artwork buyers like a Western specialist. Reichenbach also spent a couple of years making amateur movies. It had been his cousin, manufacturer Pierre Braunberger who prompted him to become full-fledged movie director. Reichenbach produced his debut in the middle-50s and has truly gone to helm both brief and feature-length cinema-verite documentaries like the Oscar-winning Arthur Rubinstein: L’Amour de la Vie/Arthur Rubinstein: Like of Lifestyle (1970). Furthermore to directing, Reichenbach movies his own function.