Camille Claudel – a music video
A fan-made music video for “Camille Claudel” (1988). The film tells the story of sculptor Camille Claudel, her obsessive love for fellow sculptor Auguste Rodin, and her tragic ending. Starring Isabelle Adjani and Gérard Depardieu, directed by Bruno Nuytten. “Camille Claudel” is based on a true story. Song: How Could An Angel Break My Heart Artist: Toni Braxton No copyright infringement intended. For entertainment purposes only.
Digital music scores source: Yared: Camille (from Camille Claudel)
GABRIEL YARED ~ ”C’ Est Le Vent, Betty”
*Disclaimer: All audio and visual parts in this video are the sole property of their respective owners. The video is purely for entertainment and recreational purposes. No Copyright infringement intended! All rights go to its rightful owners. I do not own the rights of the music. Copyright of music by Naive. ******** ”Betty Blue” is a 1986 French film. Its original French title is ”37°2 le matin”, which means “37.2°C in the Morning”. The film was directed by Jean-Jacques Beineix and stars Béatrice Dalle as ”Betty” et Jean Hugues Anglade as ”Zorg”. It is based on the 1985 novel of the same name by Philippe Djian. The film received both a BAFTA and Oscar nomination for Best Foreign Language Film in 1986, as well as winning a César Award for Best Poster. In 1992 it was awarded the Golden Space Needle of the Seattle International Film Festival. ******* Gabriel Yared is an exceptional Lebanese composer, best known for his work in French and American cinema. Born in Beirut, Lebanon, his work in France included the scores for ”Betty Blue” and ”Camille Claudel”. He later began working on English language films, particularly those directed by Anthony Minghella. He won an Oscar and a Grammy Award for his work on ”The English Patient” (1996) and was also nominated for ”The Talented Mr. Ripley”(1999) and ”Cold Mountain” (2003). ******* Jean-Jacques Beineix is a great French film director started his career in 1964 as Jean Becker’s assistant director on the famous …