To listen again while drinking a prosecco, the Cinema Tempo of Thierry Jousse devoted to the music of Italian films.
Gominated hair, fine mustache and naughty look. Such is the paraphernalia of the womanizer played by Alberto Sordi in Antonio Pietrangeli’s Le célibataire. This acidic comedy about machismo inspired Thierry Jousse a delightful Ciné tempo , devoted to the golden age of Italian cinema.
Between two synopses, the producer lists the sparkling tracks of Mina, the singer who plays the soundtrack to L’Eclipse, Antonioni. Twisted notes rise, and we see Monica Vitti wandering the streets of Rome before going to find his lover broker, camped by Alain Delon in a dark suit.
In the sounds of the 1960s, the listener delights in the worlds of Ettore Scola, Francesco Rosi, or Elio Petri. Jazz, pop and bossa-nova in Italian distill a summer taste. We are suddenly in a good mood, sipping a prosecco between Claudia Cardinale and Vittorio Gassman.