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Satie and Suzanne (1994)

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As the waters of the river Seine overflow their banks and surround a Parisian café, composer Erik Satie nurtures bittersweet memories of his one-time lover Suzanne Valadon.

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As the waters of the river Seine overflow their banks and surround a Parisian café, composer Erik Satie nurtures bittersweet memories of his one-time lover Suzanne Valadon.

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Satie and Suzanne was nominated in 1997 for a Grammy Award in the category Best Video, Long Form. The award was won by The Beatles Anthology. See more »

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A dance performance
10 January 1999 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

Erik Satie, played by Nicholas Pennell, is sitting at his table, thinking of the only love affair of his life while Victoria Tennent and her dancing team does a great dance performance to Satie's piano works, interpreted by Reinbert de Leeuw.

This is a film for those interested in modern dance and the music of Erik Satie. It's not a documentary with real dialogs.


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