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Love me tonight (1932)

Paris awakens, making music in the process. From that moment on, everything sings, rhymes and dances, spreading musical joy all over France. 

Irresistible in its delicate lyrical expressionism, overwhelming in its sweeping positivism and casual, lowkey humour.

In my book.

Love
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