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Jean-Jacques Beineix's 1981 debut is a romantic thriller about a young opera fan who records a bootleg tape of his favourite opera singer. Since she's always refused to be recorded, the tape becomes almost priceless on the black market, with opera fans and gangsters chasing after it. Very French, very stylish, very '80s.

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Jean-Jacques Beineix’s 1981 debut is a romantic thriller about a young opera fan who records a bootleg tape of his favourite opera singer. Since she’s always refused to be recorded, the tape becomes almost priceless on the black market, with opera fans and gangsters chasing after it. Very French, very stylish, very ’80s.

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