Belle toujours occurred to me unexpectedly and, as I had the will to pay my tribute to Luis Buñuel and Jean-Claude Carrière, I was happy to have found a way to do so, perhaps the best, and I started working. What is it about? Taking two of the strange characters from the film Belle de Jour, and make them relive, thirty eight years later, in the strangeness of a secret which was only in the possession of the masculine character and a knowledge that had become crucial to the female character. Thus, passed this time, they meet again. She tries to avoid him by all means. But he stalks her and eventually manages to gain her attention with the intention of revealing the secret that he alone can unfold. They set a meeting, a dinner, where she expects that all will be revealed. During dinner, she, now a widow, awaits the expected revelation: what he had told her husband while he was mute and paralytic because of a gunshot wound fired by a lover of hers. The situation is tense and she ends up in despair without being able to find out what in truth happened. He is satisfied in his sadism and in his particular revenge from the ways of that woman, who deep down desired him but whose haughty ways never allowed him to possess her.
Vive La Chanson (10-disc box set) released Membran Music Ltd. in 2006. French chanson (French song translated) - the founder of the world music genre in music chanson. In this direction, performed their hits unrivaled Charles Aznavour, Edith Piaf, Gilbert Becaud…
Son of a Czech prima ballerina and a famous American “secret agent,” Lemmy was raised on a farm, surrounded by horses, but was often on his father’s film sets, when he wasn’t playing violin or dancing in the Paris Opera Ballet School. But his natural tendencies led him down different paths. Lemmy traveled around the world and opened The Kabuki, one of the first Japanese restaurants in Paris, France.
During a prolonged stay in LA, he studied guitar and made friends with Harvard graduate Michael A. Lerner who became a screenwriter/director and Lemmy’s songwriting partner.
He writes screenplays and in commercials, documentaries and radio ads, his deep voice incarnates the archetypical charmer.
Lemmy has worked with Bruno Coulais writing & interpreting the title song for the film : Je préfère qu'on reste ami , as well as 2 songs in the film Brice de Nice.
Crazy about polo, he played in three consecutive French championships, and this passion inspired him to write a song and a screenplay.
The title of ECM's release of works by three composers born in the former Soviet Union perfectly captures the mood of the CD – it is truly mysterious. Although more than half a century separates the first of these pieces from the most recent, they share a sense of otherness that defies easy explanation. The pieces are not so much mysterious in the sense of being eerie (although there are several moments that might raise the hairs on the back of your neck if you were listening alone in the dark); they are unsettling because they raise more questions than they answer.