In 1948, Edith Piaf offers his first camera to Charles Aznavour, a bawdy that he’ll keep forever. Until 1982, Charles filmed hours of reel, as he would have kept a diary. Aznavour films his life and lives as he films. Wherever he goes, his camera is there with him, recoring everything, the key moments of his life, his travels, his friends, his loves, his boredom. A few months before he passed, he began, together with Marc di Domenico, the derailing of these films and decided to make a film, his film.
Marc Di Domenico
(Toulouse, 1963) He is an artistic director, producer, author and French director. In 2013 he directed his first feature, C’est le printemps, and also his second film, Young Couples, featuring young couples in touch with their love stories. Le regard de Charles is his third work.
Filmography: Le regard de Charles (2019), Young Couples (2013), C'est le printemps (2013)