Night Song

2016, İtalian-France, 134’, Color, İtalian

Director: Raphaël Nadjari
Cast: Géraldine Pailhas, Luc Picard, Felicia Shulman, Eleonore Lagace
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A visual palette of earthen tones which will make you lost in the music.

A genuine family drama blended perfectly with the sacred tones of classical French music from the director of ‘’Tehilim’’ and ‘’I am Josh Polonski’s Brother”.

Synopsis:
A French soprano, a French-Canadian pianist and their violinist son struggle with both everyday problems and more artistic and intellectual matters. They live by their music, reviving French music composed between the late 19th and early 20th century they face many financial issues and bottlenecks. Both talented and uncompromising, the couple had to find peace in their relationship and in their music. One day a young, gifted, and fragile woman named Abigail comes knocking their door. Is this pure talent with the childish innocence able to gain harmony back to this sophisticated family?

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