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by Jean-Charles Fitoussi


An old German composer is invited to Rome by the King to compose eight Notturni for him. But the memories of his wife who died in this city years before, along with the ghosts of the war during which he was born, prevent him from composing anything. He now sees that the Eternal City had been his destination on this earth, the face of his beloved wife and Mozart’s music, the last joys of his life – that he loved very much in spite of the bad weather.

original title: Nocturnes pour le roi de Rome
country: France
year: 2006
genre: experimental
directed by: Jean-Charles Fitoussi
film run: 77'
release date: FR 06/01/2010
screenplay: Jean-Charles Fitoussi
cast: Frederick Weibgen, Cécile Bouissou, Achille Straub, Amélie Dumont
film editing: Jean-Charles Fitoussi
music: François-Jules Hatiès
producer: Jean-Charles Fitoussi
production: Aura été Production
distributor: Pointligneplan
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