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Sunny's time now
Réalisation: Antoine Prum
Luxembourg, 2008, Couleur
Durée: 108 min.
Langues: français, anglais, allemand
Sous-titres: français, anglais
a portait of jazz drummer Sunny Murray
Antoine Prum's documentary feature is a vibrant homage to an uncompromising artist, American avant-garde drummer Sunny Murray, arguably one of the most influential figures of the historic free jazz scene.
Featuring a series of interviews with key witnesses (Val Wilmer, Cecil Taylor, Tony Bevan, Bobby Few, Sonny Simmons, François Tusques a.o.) and extensive concert footage, the film adopts a European point of view to reassess the complex relationship between the libertarian music movement and the political climate of an era whose revolutionary echoes still resonate today. 'Sunny's time now' also dwells on the near clandestine community of 'aficionados' who continue to worship the gods of their musical coming of age, and whose resolute support has permitted free improvisational music - of which Murray is one of the last Mohicans - to live on.