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Django Django

Etienne Comar / France / 2017 / 117 min / English, French, German, Romani

Etienne Comar in his directorial debut offers a portrait of an unconventional artist and a free spirit.

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'France, 1943: the year of the German occupation'. Guitarist and composer Django Reinhardt amazes the Parisian public each night with his lively and soulful 'Romani swing'. While vast numbers of his compatriots suffer horrific racial persecution and die on mass in concentration camps, he hopes that his beloved status will keep him safe. When Nazi representatives demand that he tours Germany to combat the influence of American 'black music', Django staunchly rejects them. Etienne Comar in his directorial debut offers a portrait of an unconventional artist and a free spirit'.
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