Feu, the movie

Shot in 3D

“Feu”, the show created by Christian Louboutin, first ever Crazy Horse guest creator, was performed for three months in the spring of 2012 on the stage of the legendary Parisian cabaret.

In this show, the famed inventor of the celebrated red-soled shoes, elevated the Crazy code of aesthetics to new dizzying heights, through four separate numbers, henceforth part of the Crazy Horse legend.

“Feu” was also the opportunity, for the Crazy Horse Paris, to carry out another creative project alongside the stage performance: filming the show in 3D.

The Parisian cabaret, at the forefront of cutting-edge technologies and using them to glorify the female form, had entrusted Bruno Hullin with the making of this film.

Sensual stroll

The French film director created a veritable sensual stroll around the gorgeous bodies of the magnificent dancers as they were performing their choreographies.

In order for the project to succeed, the movie had to be shot in a 1300m2 studio and in total darkness.

All camerawork was done in the same manner as in a feature film.

Dollying in or out, panning or tracking left or right, wide-angle… the Crazy Horse dancers were metamorphosed into movie stars.

Visual production

The main advantage of this film is, without a doubt, the use of 3D technology that allows the audience to see the show like never before.

The expression of an eye, the subtlety of an emotion, the curve of a breast, the twitch of a muscle are all revealed in amazing detail.

“Feu”, the 3D movie event distributed by Côté Diffusion, hit theaters in December of 2012. This was not the first time the Crazy Horse had filmed one of its shows.

In 2009, the Dita Von Teese show was also filmed, yet in 2D, specially produced for the appearances of this goddess of glamour on the stage of the venerable Parisian cabaret.

The Crazy Horse Paris, founded in 1951 by Alain Bernardin, produces visual shows and aims to perpetuate its artistic and creative work by filming and recording it.


  • La 1ère Guest Star dans l’histoire du Crazy Horse est Dita Von Teese en octobre 2006.

  • More than 30 dancers currently work with Crazy Horse Paris.

  • Crazy Horse Paris was founded by Alain Bernardin in 1951 and has been an illustrious cabaret ever since.

  • 300 “Crazy Red” lipsticks are used each year by Crazy Horse Paris’ dancers.

  • The cabaret is considered a national monument in France. It is a cultural phenomenon and part of the national heritage.

  • La voix féminine sur la bande son du numéro “Spoutnik” appartient à la danseuse Fiamma Rosa.

  • All dancers are classically trained. It takes three to five month of hard work to transform a classical dancer into a Crazy Girl.

  • Celebrity shoe creator Christian Louboutin designed the red-soled shoes for many acts including “Teasing”, “Rougir de Désirs” and “Upside Down”.

  • Fifi Chachnil signe la tenue de la PDGère dans « Crisis ! What Crisis ? »

  • Christian Louboutin a dessiné les souliers d’une majorité de tableaux dont « Teasing », « Rougir de Désir » et « Upside Down ».

  • At least six pairs of shoes are tailor made for each dancer.

  • Inauguré le 21 septembre 2009, le show “Désirs” est signé Philippe Decouflé et Ali Mahdavi.

  • Two Crazy Girls modelled for David Lynch’s “Fetish” photo series

  • Le nom du cabaret parisien est en hommage au chef Sioux Crazy Horse.

  • Chaque danseuse est baptisée d’un nom de scène lors de son entrée au Crazy Horse.

  • Internationally acclaimed corsetiere Poupie Cadolle, whose grandmother invented the bra, designed the corsets for « Red Shoes ».

  • Chaque année, les danseuses du Crazy Horse utilisent 250 paires de bas, 500 litres de maquillage et 300 tubes de rouge « Crazy ».

  • Poupie Cadolle a crée les corsets de « Red Shoes ».

  • Hilton McConnico a crée la première affiche du spectacle “Désirs” en 2009.

  • Deux danseuses du Crazy Horse ont été les modèles pour David Lynch pour son projet « Fetish », en collaboration avec Christian Louboutin.