It is reported by The New York Times.

According to reports, the director died on July 2.

Brooke's death was confirmed by his son Simon, who did not elaborate on the details of the director's death.

According to RIA Novosti, Brook was known to the public for a variety of projects.

His first work was the film "Sentimental Journey", an adaptation of the novel by Lawrence Sterne, filmed in 1942.

In 1943, he became the author of the theatrical production of "Doctor Faust" by Christopher Marlo.

A real revolution was the production of Romeo and Juliet in 1947, when Brook first used the idea of ​​​​"empty space", removing half the scenery from the stage half an hour before the premiere.

In November 2020, Brook won the Stanislavsky Prize in the nomination "For Outstanding Contribution to the Development of World Theatre".

French actor and director Jean-Louis Trintignant has died at the age of 91.