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by François Valenza


From his first album composed in a maid's room to his performance at Eurovision, Sébastien Tellier never ceased to suprise, divert, bother, all without getting lost along the way. The constantly renewed authenticity of his musical universe is still one of the strongest in today's contemporary pop scene. Throughout testimonies and extracts from Quentin Dupieux's Nonfilm, appears a paradoxical and wild personality, whose shortcomings are as touching as his relentless quest for popular success and artistical avant-garde.

international title: Sébastien Tellier: Many Lives
original title: Sébastien Tellier: Many Lives
country: France, Belgium
year: 2021
genre: documentary
directed by: François Valenza
film run: 80'
cinematography by: Louise Courcier, Danny Elsen, Kanamé Onoyama
film editing: Jean-François Elie
art director: Nicolas Motte, Mathias Pol
producer: Patrick André, Deborah Chiarella, Genevieve Lemal, Tessa Louise-Salomé
production: VETTA Films, High Sea Productions, Petite Maison Production, Scope Pictures
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