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The Accompanist [1992 film] by Claude Miller
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The Accompanist [1992 film]

by Claude Miller (Director)

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Durante l'occupazione Tedesca di Parigi, la giovane e talentuosa Sophie viene assunta dalla cantante lirica Iréne Bruce per accompagnarla al pianoforte . I vantaggi economici e il fascino sociale conquistano Sophie che affiderà la propria vita a Iréne e a suo marito fino a seguirli nella fuga a Londra. Qui però un adulterio di della cantante frantumerà i sogni della ragazza. Dal romanzo omonimo di Nina Berberova.
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