Her vocals are spot on, and she gave a faultless performance, attacking the song with the guts it deserves. Amandine really lets herself go on stage, giving a smouldering, threatening vocal that shows of her raspy voice a treat in the lower notes of the song. The higher notes are equally as powerful and she delivers a slight variation towards the end than the recorded version, with a much longer final note. Her act doesn't feature any choreography as such, but she does some pretty powerful gesticulations with her hands and the microphone which come across fantastically on screen.
There are plenty of panning shots, but what was lacking were some really intense camera shots of her when she's promising to create carnage. The camerawork needs to be improved consideraby, it would appear that the camera focuses on her at all the wrong moments of the song, missing out on the chance to bring drama to the screen. A most impressive set of first rehearsals for Ms. Bourgeois - vive la France! Quel enfer!This is the first performance of the day deserving douze points.