Benoit Arridiaux offers a portrait of Valentin, the young drummer in a jazz group, whom he met through the Maison des Arts. It’s a discreet portrait that reveals little about Valentin. Shot in hazy rooms, the faces of friends and professors offer a glimpse into the daily life of this young musician and the areas of it to which he doesn’t necessarily pay attention, along with the encounters and activities that nourish his approach to music and liven up his life, like the white noise from which music emerged.
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